We inspect all types of roofs.
4 Point Inspection - ROOF
Every 4 Point Inspection includes a roof inspection. When it comes to the roof inspection, insurance companies are concerned with remaining useful life. Prior to issuing insurance, they want to know if the roof covering has a remaining useful life of 3-5 years. The roof inspection should also verify that no current leaks or damage is present. An insurance company requires a certified professionals to do an inspection and submit their findings in 4 Point Inspection report.
4 Point Inspection - HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM - HVAC
Every 4 Point Inspection includes an inspection of the HVAC system. This is another determining factor for insurance companies to decide if your property is eligible for insurance. To be eligible, the HVAC system must be operational and safe. Heat cannot be supplied by space heaters and any HVAC system must have no safety hazards present.
4 Point Inspection - ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
Every 4 Point Inspection includes an assessment of the electrical system since electrical problems are a common source of fires. Insurance companies include the electrical system in the 4 Point Inspection to determine the presence of safety hazards, fire hazards and damage.
4 Point Inspection - PLUMBING SYSTEM
Every 4 Point Inspection also includes a plumbing system inspection. The insurance companies know leaking or damaged plumbing components can often cause severe collateral damage to the interior of the home and subsequent mold related problems. The insurance company requires an inspection of the condition, safety, and age age to mitigate risk of expensive structural and cosmetic damage, as well as expensive and hazardous mold issues. This part of the 4 Point Inspection inspects for leaks and hazards.