Home Inspection FAQs

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At Peace of Mind Inspection Services, you can expect to receive your inspection report within 24 hours of the inspection. We strive to provide prompt service, with 99% of our reports being delivered on the same day. Rest assured that we prioritize timely delivery, ensuring you receive your report as quickly as possible.

Yes, there are inspections available on the weekends. Our company understands that our customers may have busy schedules during the weekdays, so we aim to be as accommodating as possible. We prioritize customer satisfaction and offer the flexibility to schedule home inspections on Saturdays. If you prefer a weekend appointment, simply give us a call or send us an email to arrange a suitable time. We strive to provide convenient and efficient service, ensuring that your home inspection needs are met at a time that works best for you.

Peace of Mind Inspection Services provides coverage in multiple areas along the Emerald Coast. These areas include Pensacola, Gulf Breeze, Navarre, Mary Esther, Fort Walton Beach, Shalimar, Valparaiso, Niceville, Destin, Miramar Beach, Sandestin, Santa Rosa Beach, Freeport, and Panama City. With a wide range of service areas, Peace of Mind Inspection Services ensures comprehensive home inspections for clients throughout the Emerald Coast.

At Peace of Mind Inspection Services, we are committed to delivering comprehensive and detailed inspection reports. Our reports are accompanied by high-quality photographs that capture the critical areas of concern. Each narrative in our reports provides a thorough description of any defects or deficiencies uncovered during the inspection. We understand the significance of clear and comprehensive communication, ensuring our clients have all the necessary information to make informed decisions about their property

Please see these examples of our recent reports.

 A home inspection is a crucial step for both buyers and sellers in the real estate process. It allows them to identify any potential major issues with the house before the closing. For buyers, getting an inspection done right away can help prevent any future serious problems and ensure peace of mind as new homeowners. On the other hand, sellers can use pre-listing inspections as a selling point to prospective buyers, providing them with a clear understanding of the condition of the house. During a home inspection, a trained professional visually examines the home's major structure, systems, and accessible components. They adhere to a set of standards to ensure a thorough examination. The inspector will then provide a written report, including photos and recommendations, detailing their findings.

The duration of a home inspection can vary due to the unique characteristics of each property. Typically, an inspection on a 2,000-square-foot house takes around three to four hours to complete. However, it's important to note that older or larger homes may require more time for a thorough inspection. Factors such as the condition and complexity of the property can also influence the inspection duration.

Yes, all of our inspectors are fully licensed and certified. We ensure that our team members have the necessary qualifications to provide thorough and accurate inspections. This helps us maintain the highest standards of quality and professionalism in our services.

Yes, we are fully insured. We understand the importance of insurance coverage to protect our business and clients. This ensures that we can operate confidently and responsibly, providing peace of mind to all parties involved.

Yes, the inspector will go over the findings with you in person if you choose to attend the inspection. Our inspectors value open communication with clients and take pride in their thorough inspections. At the end of the inspection, the inspector will provide you with a detailed overview of their findings, allowing you to see the issues firsthand and seek clarification on any concerns. This interactive process ensures that you have the opportunity to address any questions or concerns you may have.

Yes, you can definitely ask questions or seek clarification after receiving the inspection report. The inspector typically calls you after you have had time to review the report, and this provides an opportunity for you to address any concerns or seek further explanations. It's important to take advantage of this chance to ensure that you fully understand the inspection findings and any recommended actions.

During inspections, inspectors utilize various tools and technologies to enhance the process and generate detailed reports. Spectora, a highly regarded inspection software, is used to streamline our report generation. Inspectors use devices like pressure meters, multimeters, GFCI testers, moisture meters, plant meters, infrared thermometers, thermal cameras, digital cameras, and tablets to capture and document findings accurately. These tools enable inspectors to identify potential issues and provide clients with comprehensive reports that outline the condition of the inspected property. The integration of technology in inspections ensures efficient and thorough assessments, allowing for a more informed decision-making process for clients.

Scheduling your home inspection is a simple process. To book, you have three options: schedule online, give us a call, or send us an email. Our dedicated office staff is committed to ensuring a quick and easy scheduling experience for all our clients. Choose the method that is most convenient for you and we will take care of the rest.

Yes, we value and appreciate the service of military personnel and first responders. As a gesture of our gratitude, Peace of Mind Inspection services offers a 10% discount on all inspections for these individuals. It is our way of saying thank you for their commitment and dedication to serving and protecting our country and communities.

The cost of a complete home inspection can vary depending on several factors. The size of the house plays a role, as larger homes take more time to inspect than smaller ones. Additionally, older homes may present more challenges and require additional attention. Add-on inspections will also increase the cost. It is recommended to contact us directly for an exact quote. Generally, prices start at $305.00 and may increase based on the aforementioned factors. It is important to remember that the price reflects the value and level of service provided in the home inspection.

Getting a home inspection is crucial when buying a property as it can save you from potential headaches and financial losses. A professional home inspector is trained to identify any underlying issues with the house that may not be visible to an untrained eye. They thoroughly examine the structural integrity, electrical systems, plumbing, HVAC, and more. This can help you determine if there are any major defects or safety hazards that need to be addressed. Moreover, some insurance companies require certain inspections before providing coverage. Ultimately, investing in a home inspection provides peace of mind and ensures that you are making an informed decision when purchasing a home.

In a real estate transaction, scheduling a home inspection typically occurs after an offer has been made and accepted. This allows the buyer to have a professional inspector thoroughly examine the property for any major defects that could potentially be dangerous or expensive to address. The inspection period is an important factor to consider, as it determines the timeframe in which the inspection should be scheduled. It is advisable to consult with your real estate agent or attorney to determine the length of the inspection period and to ensure that the inspection is scheduled within that time frame. This enables both parties to move forward with the transaction while addressing any potential concerns.

A pre-listing inspection is a service that homeowners should consider before putting their home on the market. We will come out to thoroughly examine the property and identify any issues or problems that may affect its value or appeal to potential buyers. By getting a pre-listing inspection, homeowners will receive a full report and can become aware of any hidden problems and address them before listing their home. This can help ensure that the home is priced appropriately and avoids any surprises during the buyer's inspection. Overall, a pre-listing inspection can be a valuable tool in selling a home for the desired price.

If your home inspection reveals problems with the property, it's important to stay calm and informed. Remember that no property is perfect, and the purpose of the inspection is to identify any issues. The inspector will communicate the severity of the problems to you. Their goal is not to scare you, but to help you understand the home's condition and potential costs of ownership. As a buyer, it's crucial to be aware of any issues or areas of concerns. If significant problems are uncovered, you may have the opportunity to negotiate with the seller for them to cover the costs or make repairs. 

While home inspections aim to identify all significant issues, it is important to note they do sometimes have limitations and can inspect only readily available parts of the home. Inspectors cannot move appliances or furniture, open walls or ceilings, or cause any damage to the property. Therefore, it is not possible to uncover every problem during an inspection, although we do try our very best.  Any discrepancies that are not visible at the time of inspection will not be included in the final report.

We understand that the condition of a home is one of the most critical factors that come into play when deciding to purchase a property. We do not directly tell you whether you should or should not buy a house; that is a decision you must make as a home buyer. However, we give you all the information and knowledge you need to make an informed decision about the purchase.

When purchasing a home, it is advisable to consult with your insurance agent to determine if you need a wind mitigation and/or 4 Point inspection. Insurance requirements can vary, so it is best to seek guidance directly from your agent to ensure you have the necessary inspections for adequate rates and coverage.