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Insurance Inspections

With our 4-point inspection services, you can identify any issues that may affect the long-term viability of your home.

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Get Dependable Insurance Inspection Services in Winter Park FL and surrounding areas

At J & C Grandt Inspections, LLC, we believe your home is your biggest investment. We want to make sure that you’re getting the most out of it and making sure that it’s in tip-top shape for years to come. We have several dependable insurance inspection services that will help your insurer gauge the insurability of your home and discounts available for your policy. If you live in Winter Park, FL, and Central Florida, don’t hesitate to reach out.

Why Request a Four-Point Inspection?

The 4-point inspection is typically the most important document of the home insuring process. It allows you and the insurer to know all the details about the 4 major systems of your home (Roof, HVAC, Plumbing & Electrical), ensuring that they are in working order and won’t be a potential liability in the near future.

It’s also a good idea to get a 4-point inspection before you buy a house, even if you aren’t planning on buying it immediately. If there are problems with the house, they will be documented in the report and can help you negotiate with the seller.

Why request a Wind Mitigation?

Wind Mitigation Inspection: A wind mitigation inspection is used to determine what wind mitigation features your home has. Many insurance agencies request one, and even if they don’t, you can potentially get a discount on your insurance by getting one. We will look at the age of both the house and roof, the shape of the roof, nailing and roof securements in the attic, and any protection for windows and doors. This report will last your for 5 years and is the primary source to calculate the home’s potential discounts.

When you may need a Roof Certification.

Roof Certification Inspection: If your house has an older roof, then the insurance company may ask for a roofing certification to make sure that it’ll hold up in the future. We can provide you with an inspection for certification and we will provide an estimate of how much life your the roof has left.