You‘re not just buying a home inspection – you’re buying years of experience
Inspections help homeowners save money and offer peace-of-mind. In some cases, an insurance company may order a home inspection. In Florida, most mortgage companies require a full home inspection prior to a property sale. Silverman Inspections offers various types of inspections.
Listed below are just a few of the types of inspections we provide.
Whenever you are buying a home, you need to have the property thoroughly inspected before you close the deal. If you neglect this important task, you could end up discovering that the home has many problems that you were unaware of. These problems could be quite expensive to repair
Silverman Inspections specializes in inspecting a wide range of commercial properties from industrial spaces to apartment buildings. Silverman Home Inspections performs commercial inspections on multi-units complexes, retail stores, and centers. Just call to let us service your inspection needs
You may want to consider a Pre-Listing Inspection or Seller Home Inspection which can assist in the sale process to go smoothly and quickly. A pre-listing inspection is the same as a residential home buyer’s inspection except the information is obtained for the seller. The seller can use this information to fix or repair any items prior to getting a ready, willing, and able buyer because eventually, your buyers are going to conduct an inspection
A Wind Mitigation Inspection is great to reduce your overall cost when it comes to your homeowner's insurance. Submitted to your insurance provider, it may result in discounts on your policy to help save money. Most existing homes have one or more construction features that will qualify for windstorm insurance premium discounts.
Manufactured homes are constructed differently than a site-built home. These differences can create unique issues that a typical homeowner wouldn’t know.
A "Four-Point Inspection" focuses only on four main areas of interest in a home: HVAC, ELECTRICAL, PLUMBING & ROOF. The inspection and report describe the condition and age of these elements.