Many insurance companies are withdrawing Florida home insurance. Get an inspection to keep your good rates.
What is an Insurnace Inspection?
Our approach to Insurance Inspections
Keep your home insurance at the best rate with our inspection service.
Many home insurance companies require a 4-point inspection for insurance. This home inspection includes your roof, plumbing, electric, and HVAC. Just a small investment in a home inspection can save you money for years on insurance premiums.
If your insurance company only wants the roof checked out, you want to get it checked out by someone who’s not just a roofer. (We are unbiased and not trying to sell you a roof.) We’ll give you an honest report with the true condition of your roof. We even include drone camera footage.
Get this FREE inspection to protect your family! Dangers from high-force hurricane winds are a real concern in Central FL. We’re part of My Safe FL Home — a program Florida created in 2007 to help Orlando residents. Get matching grant funds for every dollar spent on upgrades.
With a comprehensive home inspection in hand, you have the documented evidence you need to negotiate with your home insurance company—perhaps even negotiate to lower your rates! Don’t overpay for expensive home insurance, or worse, lose your insurance.
Our Insurance Inspection Reports are delivered quickly—usually in 24 hours.
When we enter your home, we take pride in showing it the utmost respect.
Our Home Inspection Process
Contact us to schedule an inspection for your home at a convenient time.
We book your appointment, then send you a copy of our FL license and our inspection agreement.
We arrive on time and perform your home inspection. This generally takes 30-45 minutes.
You get your report within 1 business day. (You can review it for up to 5 years on our server.)
Reviews on our Insurance Inspections
“I have used Mike on a handful of inspections for both myself and clients. He is very thorough, takes the time to explain things, does his best to make himself available and is a true professional. I look forward to working with him again and definitely recommend Maverick Inspection Services!”
—Amanda Grace Pozo
Home insurance Inspections
Do I need to be home for the inspection?
No worries, you don’t need to be there for the whole inspection. We’ll just need a key to access the house. However, we prefer you are there at the end, if possible. If you are out of town and this is not possible, no problem. The report is photo documented and detailed. Because our reports are so thorough, we get very few calls later.
How much does this cost?
The price of the inspection depends on the size of the home and the number of stories you house is. Please contact us for an exact quote.
What if I'm Out of the Country?
Our reports are highly detailed and they are uploaded online for your review. As long as we have access to the house, we can do a home inspection for a client out of the country.
Can I see a sample report?
Sure, here are some sample reports:
How long does this inspection take?
The inspection of a home takes 30-45 minutes on average. This will depend on the size of the building.
Do I need to provide anything before the inspection?
We’ll need access to the property, usually by means of a home owner or a Realator. If you have knowledge of any issues before we arrive, it is helpful to provide those to us. If you have any specific concerns, let us know. We’ll give them our special attention.
Can I combine inspection on multiple houses?
You can combine the following:
- Multiple inspections on one house. (For example, if you need a home inspection, a Wood Destroying Organism Inspection, and an Irrigation Inspection.)
- Multiple inspections on various houses. (For example, if you are considering buying a home but can’t decide between two homes—we’ll inspect them both for you and provide reports on both homes to help you make a good decision.)
Do you recommend contractors to fix my issues?
Upon request, we can provide a list of well-reviewed local contractors that our customers enjoy using.
However, you always hire a contractor at your own risk.