Lee County Inspection Services Home Inspections

The idea and process of becoming a home inspector began while sitting in a police car in Long Island, New York and thinking about my future.  No, I wasn't in trouble but in fact was a policeman for twenty years from 1986 to 2006 in the suburbs of New York City.  My construction experience along the way included years of handyman and carpentry services, as well as helping home inspectors on the North Shore of the Island with their services and inspections. Very few days off as a youngster as I patrolled by night and honed my construction knowledge by day. It was in that Police car one fine morning in 2005 having coffee with a fellow co worker that I decided to retire from the department, move my wife and three kids to Cape Coral, Florida, start a new life for the children as well as hatch the idea of Lee County Inspection Services Home Inspections.  This new company in Lee County would provide an honest. reliable and knowledgable service mostly for new home buyers... people who are making probably the biggest investment in their life in buying a new home.  They now put their trust in you, the home inspector, to inspect their new house in the most thorough of manners, leaving not even a cracked tile or the smallest of defects unnoticed. A detailed approach and inspection.  Time and patience spent in explaining to the client many of the different systems and components that exist within the new walls. This is where the children will play and family pets will lay... quite honestly we started in 2007 taking very seriously our responsibility in providing unmatched standards of practice for a safe and efficient living environment for the new home buyer, evolving over time each year to become the 30 page, 60 plus photo inspection and report we provide today.  Each year we have grown to what is now in 2015 a two man team in the field daily providing unrivaled service and turnaround times on reports. Both men State licensed home inspectors with experience now on the construction of the Florida lifestyle homes that exist in Southwest Florida, including licensing requirements up to three stories for both residential and commercial. Special thanks to our office manager Josh Harvel who is hard at work daily providing unmatched customer service and response.  What else do we do?


-10% Lowes Coupon up to $5000.00 total purchase to every client?!?  DONE!


-Slashed and discounted rates on Insurance inspections including Wind    Mitigation, Four Point Inspections and Roof Certifications?!?  DONE!


- Guaranteed same day turnaround on reports or you don't pay?!?  DONE
 

Well Water and What You Should Know!

Thank you for taking the moment to read on about this hugely important subject, the safety of our homes water and in particular the water in private well systems.  Most homeowners with a private well system I believe do not know some of the...

Roof Shapes and Coverings, What You should Know!

As previewed in our Home Inspections newsletter, this discussion revolves around roof shapes and roof coverings: their affect on a homes integrity under heavy winds or hurricane conditions as well as their affect on insurance rates and...

Home Inspector, Guardian Angel or Deal Killer?!?

          It is of great importance that a home inspector has the necessary people skills as well as report writing skills to communicate to a buyer the actual condition of a property that they may be purchasing.  From the moment of...

Water Heaters, Do You Know?

Yes water heater tanks, not usually on our to do list in the home as far as maintenance.  But did you know that your water heater could be the single most dangerous component in your home if it malfunctions?  The TPR valve (...

Four Point Inspections

Four Point Inspections, very important topic in the Florida Real Estate Industry… and yes, there are red flags which can prevent the homeowner or home buyer from getting insurance until repaired. Red flags such as " Braided Cloth...

Snakes!

SNAKES! Always an interesting topic for the home inspector as they always seem to appears when you are not thinking of one, but instead concentrating on the insulation on the HVAC line or some other inspection responsibility... I have seen...