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Wind Mitigation

Did you know you can save on your homeowners insurance simply by having a wind mitigation done? Click here to find out more!

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New Home Construction Monitoring

Before a problem ever presents itself...  Call us now to ask us more about New home construction monitoring! 941-468-0020  

SECOND OPINION HOME INSPECTION HELPS TO PROTECT YOUR INVESTMENT

YOUR HOME is one of the largest investments you will make in YOUR LIFETIME. Whether buying, selling, or maintaining, PROTECT THE VALUE OF YOUR INVESTMENT with a thorough, detail-oriented home inspection.

ASHI inspectors not only look at the defect, but they know the why it's a defect and what caused it. It goes beyond just looking for defects in a house, inspectors are also TRAINED TO LOOK FOR SAFETY ISSUES, some of which the average home owner has no idea is even an issue.

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Home Inspection

Our complete Home Inspection will enable you to learn the potential risks that may be associated with the single most important investment in your life, your new home.

Pre-Purchase Inspection

A Pre-Purchase Inspection is performed for a prospective buyer to provide enough technical input to help finalize an offer. The entire house is inspected to identify deficiencies in the following areas:

Wind Mitigation Inspection

The Wind Mitigation Inspection verifies construction methods that create wind mitigation discounts based on those methods, providing greater protection from wind hurricane damage.

Four Point Inspection

A Four Point Inspection is required by insurance companies based on homes of a certain age, typically 35 years or older.  Get this inspection to potentially reduce your Homeowners Insurance cost!

Roof Certification

A roof certification is a statement of opinion by a licensed roofer who deems the roof has a life expectancy of up to 3 years and should be FHA compliant.

New Construction Monitoring

Every year millions of dollars are spent by homeowners trying to make repairs to their brand new home that they can’t get the homebuilder to come back and do.