Pembroke Pines Four Point Inspection

Four Point Inspections are now being required by many, if not all, insurance companies. Homes aren't getting any younger. The older homes are, the more likely their HVAC, electrical, roof or plumbing systems will fail. The money needed to repair problems caused by these types of failures can burn a deep hole into many people's pockets, no matter how much money they make. Too many failures have occurred over the years due to constant windstorm exposure. Too many claims have been filed, causing a majority of homeowners insurance companies a significant amount of financial loss. In an effort to keep these losses at bay, the Four Point Inspection was created.

Older homes are at higher risk than newer homes at system failure, especially if the home was built before 2001. Homes built before 2001 do not meet current building code standards set by the state of Florida. All insurance companies have deemed these homes as high risk and are unwilling to be liable for the home should a failure occur during the lifetime of the insurance policy. Having these systems fully replaced can be costly, even more costly than having an upgrade done. In order to keep your home insured, you should call Pembroke Pines Home Inspections as soon as possible.

  • Wind Mitigation

    Save $$$$

    Easy Savings

    Wallet feeling a little light? Pembroke Pines Home Inspections can help you save a significant amount of money by performing a Wind Mitigation Inspection. You will be glad you called us.


    A Wind Mitigation Inspection can save you literally thousands of dollars every year. According to state laws, homeowners insurance companies are required to give Pembroke Pines, Florida residents significant discounts on the homeowners insurance premiums, lasting up to five years. These discounts can be credited to your policy every five years pending Wind Mitigation Inspection results. Pembroke Pines Home Inspections delivers fast and easy access to these savings. 

  • Four Point Inspection

    Older home?

    Help Improve Your Chances

    Homes built pre-2001 are more often declined for insurance policies than others. Get a Four Point Inspection done to know whether or not you will qualify for your next policy.


    If your home was built before the year 2001, chances are your next policy purchase or renewal will be rejected. Homeowners insurance companies don't want to be liable for homes that have outdated HVAC, plumbing, roof, and electrical systems. The reason behind this is because old and outdated systems are more susceptible for failure, causing massive financial loss for the companies involved. A Four Point Inspection will give your insurance company peace of mind, showing them that you aren't going to lose them money. You may be investing money into their company so that they will insure you, but they are investing money in you as well.

  • Roof Inspection

    No house without a roof! 

    A Healthy Roof

    ...Is one of the most important aspects of home owning. Don't brush off your suspicions, a neglected roof could cost you thousands of dollars to fix in the future.



    A lot of times, previous homeowners will want to try to cut building upgrades as much as possible. This leads to cutting corners, which could also lead to safety issues. Some homes have improperly installed roofs, which aren't connected correctly or supported sufficiently. Not only does this put your home in danger, this also puts your life in danger. Florida Building Codes are set to ensure that your home is as safe as possible, and can endure the weather conditions Pembroke Pines, Florida is known for. Have Pembroke Pines Home Inspections come and inspect your roof before it's too late.

  • Full Home Inspection

    Peace of mind! 

    Get To Know Your Home
    Do you know whether or not your home is in good condition? Have a Full Home Inspection performed so you can plan ahead for maintenance, upgrades or repairs for the future.



    When you're buying a home for the first time, it's easy to buckle down and shell out the money before really knowing what the home is like. Home sellers spend a lot of time and money cleaning up the home in order to make it presentable. The problem is that a lot of times the look of the home is focused on more than what really counts: the inner workings of the home. Why buy a home that isn't functioning the way a proper home does? You wouldn't buy a car that doesn't run or is at risk of breaking down in the near future would you?