STATE OF FLORIDA - BOARD OF PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERS.
COMPANY LICENSE (Certificate of Authorization): C.A. 28738.
We perform concrete, precise and technically supported professional home inspection services Miami (residential and commercial) with the best combination of qualifications, building inspection report and turnaround time.
We are Licensed Professional Engineers (P.E.) and Home Inspectors in South Florida.
ENGINEERS: Miami Home Inspections Hialeah, Homestead, Doral, Coral Gables, Kendall.
Engineering Building Inspections: Electrical, Mechanical and Structural Inspections.
Certificate of Use Home Inspection.
4 Point Home Inspections Miami.
Wind Mitigation Home Inspections Miami.
Roof Condition Certification, Nail, Strap Certification Home Inspector.
40 Year Building Recertification Property Inspection Services.
FEMA Flood Insurance Certification, Zone Determination, Elevation Certificate Inspection Miami.
FHA HUD 203K Consultant. FHA Certified Home Inspectors. Compliance Home Inspector. FHA Home Inspection.
HOA Reserve Study.
Illegal Grow House Inspection.
Building Code Compliance Illegal Additions Property Inspections.
Open/Expired Building Permit.
Code Violation Building Inspection.
Home Inspectors Consultations.
Miami-Dade Building Inspections.
Energy Audit Home Inspectors.
Certificate of Balcony Inspection.
Cost Reproduction. Cost Replacement.
Site Plans. Engineering Boundary Surveys.
HOA website management.
Search Engine Optimization (SEO).
A home inspection is a professional opinion intended to provide the client with information regarding the overall condition of the home systems and components installed. Usually, a home inspection is ordered by prospective home buyers in Florida. We follow the Home Inspector Standards of Practice. Home inspections are performed by a Professional Engineer.
According to the State of Florida Home Inspection Standards of Practice, the Inspector should inspect the following readily accessible installed systems and components:
Site Conditions (home inspection will report issues affecting the structure).
The 40 Year Recertification of Real Estate property is a requirement under Section 8-11 (f) of the Miami-Dade County Code. Buildings that have been in existence for more than 40 years and every 10 years thereafter need to be inspected for the purpose of determining the general structural and electrical and condition and submit a report. If you received a notice of required 40-Year Recertification, we will inspect the structure following the 40 year Inspection guidelines/standards of practice from the local government authority having jurisdiction. 40 Year certification is done by Professional Engineers. 40-Year Recertification for residential and Commercial 40-Year inspection.
The wind mitigation inspection verifies the appropriateness of the structure construction in the event of a windstorm or tropical storm. The windstorm mitigation inspections are a valuable service that might reduce your insurance rates from the insurance company. Windstorm Mitigation Inspections can save you money in your insurance premium. Wind Mitigation inspections are done by Professional Engineers. Wind mitigation can be performed for a single family home, townhouse, condo or commercial building. With a 4 point inspection, a Wind Mitigation inspection is charged only 50%.
The 4 point home inspection is the verification of the home's four main systems (electrical, air conditioning, plumbing and roof covering). 4 Point Inspection must be submitted in a form to properly evaluate an application for your insurance. 4 Point Inspection is for buildings older than 30 years. The 4 Point inspection form is completed and signed by a verifiable Florida Licensed Professional. Commercial and residential Four Point inspections are mandatory if required by the insurer. With this Four Point inspection, the wind mitigation is 50% off. Four Point Inspection and Wind Mitigation is done by Engineers.
The Roof Condition Certification is a requirement from the insurance companies for properties with more than 25 years. The Roof Condition Certification Inspection must be performed and report must be completed by a verifiable Florida-licensed professional. Documentation should indicate the roof’s estimated age, that it is in good condition and free from leaks, and has a remaining useful life of at least three years.
An Elevation Certificate is a federal official form to determine if existing structures might be subject to flooding and will be used by insurance companies and lenders to determine the proper flood risk insurance premium rate. The Flood Elevation Certificate provides elevation information necessary to ensure compliance with community floodplain management ordinances and the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).
A Flood Zone Determination is a requirement from a mortgage lender who is underwriting a new loan or refinance, to know the flood zone that applies to your property in order to protect the house enforcing payment of flood insurance in the case the property is located in a high risk hazard zone.
A Certificate of Use Inspection is a requirement for owners of all residential properties acquired through Certificate of Title under chapter 45, Florida Statutes F.S. (Foreclosure and Judgments). A report signed and sealed by a Professional Engineer must be submitted to the local government .
The HUD FHA Section 203k Renovation Loan is the program for the Real Estate rehabilitation and repair of single family properties. As such, it is an important tool for community and neighborhood revitalization and for expanding home ownership opportunities. The HUD Consultant and/or the FHA Certified Compliance Inspector is responsible for the onsite visits, the work write up and for the revision of the project, draws and inspections.
What is a Certificate of Balcony Inspection.
A Certificate of Balcony Inspection is a requirement from the State of Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulations (DBPR), Division of Hotels and Restaurants, to inspect any landing or porch that is accessible to or used by the public (platforms, stairways, railings and railways, guardrails, balustrades, parapets and areas enclosed ny screening or other non-permanent building material), in public lodging establishments that are 3 or more stories in height.
A HOA Website is a platform (domain, hosting and website) where the Association can post digital copies of its documents including meeting minutes and agenda, rules and regulations, agreements and contracts, financial statements, budgets, ACC applications, etc, and offer better communication, surveys, online payments, etc. An Initial Setup and Monthly Maintenance is required to maintain the date up to date.
A HOA Reserve Study is a tool that identifies the current status of the Reserve fund contributions in a reserve account and provides a funding plan for deferred ongoing deterioration, maintenance, repairs and replacement in order to prevent special assessments.
A Letter of Map Amendment is an official document, public record, that modifies a current National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) map, establishing the actual elevation of a property above the Base Elevation (BFE) in relation with the Special Flood Hazard Area (SFHA).
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