Storm Damage Verification Inspections
When a hurricane or a strong storm damages your property, your insurance company may require an inspection before issuing a payout. There are two primary reasons for this condition. First, the insurance provider needs to determine whether the damage was, indeed, caused by the storm. Second, they need to know the extent of the damage so they can compensate you.
We have extensive inspection experience and a thorough knowledge of construction. Based on this expertise, we provide fair and honest storm damage inspections. The goal is to help you, the homeowner, receive the compensation your policy entitles you to for rebuilding or repairing your property.
An Experienced Home Inspector Will Spot Damage That Others Miss
When we inspect your home or property for storm damage, we will not stop at the obvious problem areas. We perform a thorough inspection, often noticing damage hidden to the untrained eye.
Like all Florida home inspectors, we conduct visual, noninvasive inspections according to the Florida Standards of Home Inspectors. This means that if we can see, smell, or hear the issue, we can report on it. Our eyes are highly trained to identify problems on the surface of your home. But we also use tools to help us see what is happening beneath the surface. Tools like infrared cameras and in-wall inspection cameras help us to spot underlying damage that others would miss.
Our attention to detail enables us to report all storm-related damage to the insurance company. This prevents hidden damage from causing costly problems down the road.
Detailed Damage Assessment Report
After the inspection, we compile our findings into a clear, detailed report. The report includes photos and video for added clarity. We submit the report directly to the insurance company and provide a copy to the homeowner.
Our Storm Damage Verification Service Area
We are a locally owned and operated home inspection company. Our professional storm damage verification inspection service area includes: The Following Counties
Besides single-family homes, we also inspect:
- manufactured homes
- mobile homes
- commercial properties