Wherever you are in your real estate transaction, WIN Home Inspection can help. WIN provides a thorough, objective analysis of your home whether you are a homeowner, buyer or seller from a Pre-Listing Inspection to a Full Home Inspection.
A WIN full home inspection is a visual, non-invasive inspection of many different components of the home using state-of-the-art equipment and innovative technology. We bring care and compassion to each inspection, and a consultative approach focused on solutions.
During the inspection, your highly trained and certified home inspector will examine the home and major systems including site, foundation, roofing, exterior, interior, plumbing, electrical, and HVAC where accessible and safe to do so. A detailed, visual, and easy-to-read report complete with recommendations for maintenance and repair will be delivered within 24 hours (often the same day).
WIN Home Inspectors have the training and experience to provide essential home inspection services for homes of all types and ages. We’ve got you covered with personalized inspection for condominium, townhome, duplex, and manufactured home inspection. The thorough home inspection and easy-to-ready report will cover the home and major systems, but some common areas controlled by the homeowner's association may fall outside of the inspection scope.
A Move In home inspection is ideal when your newly constructed home is finished and ready for occupancy, but prior to the final walk through by the builder. You get critical information about your new home prior to closing, giving the builder time to make any necessary corrections before the purchase is finalized.
Having a new-build home inspected during the building process can help catch health and safety issues early and reduce headaches and expenses down the line. A pre-drywall inspection by a certified and insured WIN Home Inspector will provide a comprehensive check of the property prior to the drywall being installed, allowing the builder time to make repairs and home buyers to move forward with peace of mind.
Many new-build homes come with a one-year warranty from the home builder. This warranty can cover some needed maintenance and repairs discovered during the first year. Before this warranty expires, having a one-year anniversary inspection to identify potential issues can save homeowners thousands of dollars in expensive repairs.
A post-close inspection is a valuable tool for home buyers who skipped the home inspection earlier in their real estate transaction. Homeowners who opt for a post-close inspection can take advantage of the comprehensive report and repair recommendations provided by their WIN Home Inspector to address and mitigate health and safety issues prior to moving in.
In a hot housing market, a verbal consultation can be a valuable tool for home buyers looking for a fast close. During a verbal consultation, a professional WIN Home Inspector will conduct an on-site consultation covering the major components of the home. This process will include a walk-through of the home with a verbal overview, tips for maintenance and repair, and a final debrief.
WIN Home Inspectors are here to help with the due diligence process in purchasing a commercial and multiplex property. We use state-of-the art equipment and innovative technology to provide a comprehensive report covering the current condition of the property, including digital photos and recommendations to help plan for ongoing and upcoming maintenance and safety.
When home repairs have been completed following recommendations from an initial home inspection report, a re-inspection can bring home buyers and sellers peace of mind. This inspection checks that repairs have been completed, and provides an updated report on the current condition of the home.
WIN Home Inspection provides home buyer consultations for homes that have already been inspected by WIN. We will review and explain the home inspection report and answer any questions you may have.
WIN offers a Home Maintenance Inspection, a service any homeowner can take advantage of, to stay ahead of the issues, ensure safety and potentially avoid costly repairs.
With this service, homeowners receive an assessment of the home’s condition with a full-service company, and a detailed easy to read report provided within 24 hours, along with four season home maintenance tips. Our highly trained inspectors use innovative techniques, and state-of-the-art equipment for the early detection of home issues.
Wood Destroying Organisms/Insects (WDO/WDI) such as termites, ants, dry rot, and other destructive organisms can cause significant structural damage in a home, as well as expose residents to health issues. Professional WDO/WDI Pest Inspection can check the home for current and past issues, as well as potential risk factors. Your certified WIN Home Inspector can also provide the forms needed for an FHA/VA loan.
Radon is an odorless, colorless, and naturally occurring radioactive gas that can cause serious health issues over time. It is the #1 cause of lung cancer among non-smokers, and is only detectable through testing. A trained WIN professional uses state-of-the-art equipment to check radon levels in the home, which can be mitigated once identified.
Homes that rely on private wells are at risk of radon exposure from elevated levels of radon in groundwater. Radon-in-water testing check drinking water for health and safety, in partnership with accredited laboratories.
Professional pool and spa inspection by WIN provides a detailed report on the current condition of the pool and checks for safety issues, including for pool interior, pool lighting, tile and deck, and pool equipment such as pumps, filter, heater, and other accessories. This helps home buyers and owners address issues early before them become larger expenses.
Hidden issues in sewer lines can cause flooding, mold, structural damage, and result in serious health problems. Highly trained WIN Home Inspectors use specialize, state-of-the-art equipment to check sewer lines for tree roots, cracks, and blockages, while providing recommendations for needed maintenance and repairs.
Problems with the septic tank can lead to sewage backup, structural damage, and health issues. In a standard septic inspection by your WIN Home Inspector, all the visible components of the septic system are examined and a dye test is performed to check for leaks.
Well flow testing (also known as 'well pump performance') by a trained WIN Home Inspector checks for needed repairs or adjustments to a home’s water flow. During the test, the inspector will determine the rate at which the home well is able to supply a steady flow of water and simulate normal water usage to help identify any issues.
Water contaminants such as bacteria and nitrates can cause serious health issues and even structural damage to the home water system. WIN Home Inspection professionals partner with accredited laboratories to test the water quality in the home and protect home and health.
Poor indoor air quality can cause serious respiratory problems including asthma and other lung diseases. Air quality testing by WIN in partnership with accredited laboratories examines biological pollutants like mold, dander, pollen, dust mites, and bacteria in air to help you mitigate these health risks at your home.
Some potential issues in the home, such as missing insulation or overloaded electrical circuits are not visible to the naked eye. Infrared (IR) thermography allows WIN Home Inspectors to help identify otherwise hidden issues using innovative technology. Once identified, these issues can be proactively addressed, which can result in lower energy bills and a safer home.
Mold growth in the home can cause serious structural damage and pose a threat to human health. Trained WIN Home Inspectors check for hidden mold growth using specialized equipment to collect air samples, and can also provide mold surface sample testing for visible mold issues. We partner with accredited laboratories to provide professional and fast test results to home owners, buyers, and sellers.
Asbestos is a mineral fiber that was commonly used in building materials prior to the 1980s. When inhaled or digested, asbestos fibers can lead to health issues including scarring of respiratory tissue and lung cancer. WIN Home Inspectors offer professional asbestos surface testing to help identify risks and protect home and health.
Lead in paint and air can severely affect health and is especially dangerous for children and those with pre-existing conditions. Highly trained WIN Home Inspectors can provide professional lead surface sample testing in partnership with accredited laboratories for peace of mind.
Homeowners, buyers, and sellers in Florida opt for wind mitigation inspection to check wind resistance features of the home. This can provide valuable information to help prepare and protect Florida homes from hurricane and windstorm damage. After the inspection, our WIN Home Inspectors will provide a detailed report that can be used for homeowners insurance.
Florida homeowners insurance companies require 4-point inspection reports for many types of homes. This report covers four main components of the home: roof, electrical wiring and panels, HVAC, and plumbing connections and fixtures. Certified WIN Home Inspectors can conduct 4-point inspections as a standalone service, or at the same time as a full home inspection depending on the needs of the home owner or buyer.
WIN360 Virtual Tour and Floorplan helps home sellers increase listing appeal with a 3D virtual tour and 2D home plan! Using top of the line technology, WIN Home Inspectors capture high resolution images and measurements to provide a detailed, immersive model of the home. When added to home listing, this allows potential buyers to walk through a property virtually, and can even help homes sell faster!
Residual traces of methamphetamine in the home can result in accidental consumption of this dangerous substance. Particles on walls, ceilings, and carpets may not be visible to the naked eye. Residue meth testing conducted by a professional in partnership with accredited laboratories can help identify traces of this health risk before it becomes a more serious issue.
The home energy score is a standardized method for evaluating the energy efficiency of a home. Alone with information on the current energy efficiency of a home, clients will also receive recommendations for energy savings opportunities to reduce energy usage. This can help lower energy bills and prioritize home improvement projects.