Inspection Services

Inspecting South Florida, we are a full service inspection company with over 40 years experience in the construction and inspection field!

Billings Home Inspections LLC is a full-service home inspection company offering commercial and residential inspection services for single and multi-family homes, duplexes, triplexes, fourplexes, condominiums, and townhouses. We are licensed and are members of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (interNACHI), along with ICC Building Inspectors the world’s largest and most elite home inspection association. We also are licensed and insured for home inspections in the State of Florida.,

Residential Inspections

Found Your Home, What’s Next?

A home inspection is a non-invasive, visual examination of the home. It is designed to identify defects within specific systems and components, such as the roof, electrical, structure, heating and cooling, plumbing, appliances, and other components.

Purchasing a home is one of the largest single investments you make.  You have found the perfect home for you and your family, now what? You are usually limited by an inspection period.

We provide you an inspection service that identifies deficiencies (major and minor), determine any potential safety hazards, issues that may cause future problems and maintenance that may have been neglected or may affect the home. We perform a non-invasive inspection on all areas of the home including, roof, structure, electrical, plumbing, heating and cooling system, irrigation, swimming pools, and other components.

Let us help you; we are here to represent you!

Our commitment to you is to perform an inspection that gives a full overview of the home. We give you the knowledge and understanding of your new home.  Our inspectors are trained and certified to assist you in making your decision. This will help you negotiate concessions, budget for alterations, and to avoid costly repairs. Lastly, our commitment to you is we never rush an inspection. It is important to know all the details about your purchase.

  • Florida State Licensed Inspectors and NACHI Certified
  • Detailed comprehensive digital report, delivered online via HTML; documenting all of our findings, and including images, references and further details
  • Modern and necessary tools to complete you inspection (Thermal Camera, Moisture meters, Electrical tester, etc.)
  • Reports delivered within hours after inspection
  • Wood destroying organism licensed inspectors (2020PI employees)
  • Licensed and certified for advanced inspections
  • One Stop for all of your inspection needs

It is highly recommend. An inspection will:

  • Help understand the current condition the day of the inspection prior to purchase
  • Help identify defects and unsafe conditions
  • Help in giving you the information to make an informative decision about your purchase

As your home inspector, we know it is important to have the knowledge for the home you are interested purchasing. Each home is unique and different issues present themselves during the inspection. Purchasing a home is a big investment; we will not limit our inspections. Our inspections will vary from 90 minutes to 4 hours depending on the size.  We also encourage you to attend the inspections, and recommend that you arrive in the last 30 minutes of the inspection. This will allow your inspectors to give you an overview of the report. Attendance is not required and our office staff and inspectors have the knowledge to assist you over the phone if necessary.

Wind mitigation

During a Wind Mitigation Inspection, our certified inspector looks for key features and add-ons that your home may have to help reduce the amount of damage your home may suffer in the event of a hurricane or strong windstorm. We will verify how the roof is attached to the exterior walls of the home, how the roof sheathing is secured to the roof system, check for window and door protection, and document all information. Generally, a wind mitigation inspection is provided to your Home Insurance Company to determine which credits may be applied to your home annually.

A Wind Mitigation is typically valid for 5 years SAVING YOU MONEY NOW AND YEARS TO COME!

Whether you are buying or already own your home we always recommend having an up to date wind mitigation on file.

Four Point Inspection

A four point inspection is typically required by an insurance company for homes that are 25+ years old before a homeowner’s insurance policy is written. The four point is to verify the current condition of the roof, electrical, plumbing, and HVAC to reduce the insurance companies liabilities. Components in poor condition may fail, leading to fire or water damage.

NOTE: A four point inspection is not a Home Inspection and should not be used as one.

Both Wind Mitigation and Four point inspections are filled out on a specific form used by the state and insurance companies.

Insurance Inspections

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11 Month Warranty Inspection

Prior to your one-year anniversary of the purchase of your newly built home, it is recommended to have an inspection.  The inspection identifies, in detail any defects or issues that may have occurred during your first year of home ownership.

The inspection is a full evaluation of the property. It is designed to identify defects within specific systems and components, such as the roof, electrical, structure, heating and cooling, plumbing, appliances, and other components.

This gives you an opportunity during your one-year builder warranty period to have defects identified and corrected.

You will receive a detailed inspection report, along with a deficiency list to supply to your builder for repairs.

Additional/Ancillary Inspections

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All of our services include a comprehensive report and overview of your results, as well as a consultation with one of our inspectors to discuss the findings of your inspection, and the next steps that may be recommended to resolve any issues noted in the report.

  • Mold/Air Samples
  • Thermal Imaging
  • WDO/Termite (2020 Pest Management)
  • Septic Inspections
  • Well/Equipment Inspections
  • ​Mold Assessment
  • ​FHA Water Quality Testing
  • Roof Certifications
  • Pool and Spa​
  • Secondary Structures
  • Seawall Inspections
  • Boatlift Inspections
  • Dock Inspections
  • ​FHA/203K Consult
  • Construction Phase inspections