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WDO Inspection starting at $150
Home Inspection starting at $350
*All Home Inspections come with a FREE 4Point and Wind Mitigation Report.
Well Water Tests starting at $275
Prelisting, New Construction/Phase Inspections, 11Mth Warranty Inspections Available!
Individual Wind Mitigation Inspection & 4 Point Inspections $150
Weekend Appointments Available!
*Inspections 50 miles outside Jacksonville radius will accrue a $50 trip charge.
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What is a Home Inspection?
A Home Inspection should always be completed by a Licensed and Insured Home Inspector. Home Inspections help identify the condition and safety of a home, typically to give you the information needed to make an informed decision on a purchase or sale.
The foundation, structure, roof, windows, plumbing, electrical, and HVAC are all common components inspected throughout your Home Inspection.
What is a WDO Inspection?
WDO stands for Wood Destroying Organisms.
WDO/Termite Inspections are visual inspections which check for infestations that can jeopardize the integrity of wood such as wood-destroying fungi, carpenter ants, powder post beatles, termites and more. WDO Inspectors have additional licensing and training for this certification.
Licensed WDO Inspector through Termite Depot Jacksonville, FL.
What is a Well Water Test?
A Private Well does not have regulated water like city water. Because well water is not regulated by the government; bacteria, viruses, and other harmful contaminants may be present.
Testing your well water can also alert you to any maintenance issues with your well or plumbing system. Overall, you want to make sure your water is healthy and safe for you and your family to consume.