AmPro Home Inspection Services
AmPro Inspections has proudly served Miami home buyers since 2005. We pride ourselves on being the most highly customer focused Home Inspection company in Miami. You can rest at ease by choosing an AmPro Home Inspection for your Home or Condo Inspection. Our years of experience and training allows us to provide the highest quality Inspection on any home or condo. AmPro offers the best home inspectors Miami home buyers trust.
AmPro Home Inspections is the only Home Inspection company in Miami that can confidently say that our experienced Inspector has 13 years of experience performing Inspections and includes inspections performed even at the Nuclear industry level. When you get an AmPro Home or Condo Inspection, you can be confident that you will have the information you need when you are buying a home. We also provide same day reporting with fast and easy scheduling to set you at ease when you are under contract and buying a home.
We understand how stressful it is when you only have a few short days to get all your inspections done. Your Home or Condo Inspection needs are our highest priority and that is why AmPro is the top choice of realtors, homebuyers, mortgage lenders and real estate legal professionals in Miami with thousands of inspections performed. Call us to have your inspection scheduled today!
Choose a Certified Master Inspector to be on your side
Buying a home is one of the most important things you will ever do. That is why having a professional inspection is one of the most crucial steps in the home buying process. At AmPro Inspection Services, we offer a fully comprehensive report and same day Home inspection reporting. Our Inspector is a Certified Master Inspector, certified by the Master Inspectors Board.
Our goal is to provide you with the absolute best home inspection experience you will ever have, so we treat your time, money, and property as if they were our own!
What’s included with every home inspection?
- 200% Better Than Money Back Guarantee
- FREE 90 day limited warranty
- FREE Appliance Recall check service
- Thermal Imaging scan included with full home and condo inspections
- Inspection performed by a Certified Master Inspector®
- Inspection Reports with summary the same day
- Fast and Easy Scheduling
- Digital Photos Summary
- Time with an inspector to explain any problems found
A Full Home Inspection includes the following components:
A. The basement.
B. The foundation
C. The crawlspace.
D. The visible structural components.
E. Any present conditions or clear indications of active water penetration observed by the inspector.
F. And report any general indications of foundation movement that are observed by the inspector, such as but not limited to sheetrock cracks, brick cracks, out-of-square door frames or floor slopes
A. The roof covering.
B. The gutters.
C. The downspouts.
D. The vents, flashings, skylights, chimney and other roof penetrations.
E. The general structure of the roof from the readily accessible panels, doors or stairs
A. The siding, flashing and trim.
B. All exterior doors, decks, stoops, steps, stairs, porches, railings, eaves, soffits and fascias.
C. And report as in need of repair any spacings between intermediate balusters, spindles, or rails for steps, stairways, balconies, and railings that permit the passage of an object greater than four inches in diameter.
D. A representative number of windows.
E. The vegetation, surface drainage and retaining walls when these are likely to adversely affect the structure.
F. And describe the exterior wall covering
A. Open and close a representative number of doors and windows.
B. Inspect the walls, ceilings, steps, stairways, and railings.
C. Inspect garage doors and garage door openers by operating first by remote (if available) and then by the installed automatic door control.
D. And report as in need of repair any installed electronic sensors that are not operable or not installed at proper heights above the garage door.
E. And report as in need of repair any door locks or side ropes that have not been removed or disabled when garage door opener is in use.
F. And report as in need of repair any windows that are obviously fogged or display other evidence of broken seals.
A. The service line.
B. The meter box.
C. The main disconnect.
D. And determine the rating of the service amperage.
E. Panels, breakers and fuses.
F. The service grounding and bonding.
H. A representative sampling of switches, receptacles, light fixtures, AFCI receptacles
I. And test all GFCI receptacles and GFCI circuit breakers observed and deemed to be GFCI’s during the inspection.
J. And report the presence of solid conductor aluminum branch circuit wiring if readily visible.
K. And report on any GFCI-tested receptacles in which power is not present, polarity is incorrect, the receptacle is not grounded, is not secured to the wall, the cover is not in place, the ground fault circuit interrupter devices are not properly installed or do not operate properly, or evidence of arcing or excessive heat is present.
L. The service entrance conductors and the condition of their sheathing.
M. The ground fault circuit interrupters observed and deemed to be GFCI’s during the inspection with a GFCI tester.
N. And describe the amperage rating of the service.
O. And report the absence of smoke detectors.
P. Service entrance cables and report as in need of repair deficiencies in the integrity of the insulation, drip loop, or separation of conductors at weatherheads and clearances.
A. The central cooling equipment using normal operating controls
A. The insulation in unfinished spaces.
B. The ventilation of attic spaces.
C. Mechanical ventilation systems.
D. And report on the general absence or lack of insulation.
A. Verify the presence of and identify the location of the main water shutoff valve.
B. Inspect the water heating equipment, including combustion air, venting, connections, energy sources, seismic bracing, and verify the presence or absence of temperature-pressure relief valves and/or Watts 210 valves.
C. Flush toilets.
D. Run water in sinks, tubs, and showers.
E. Inspect the interior water supply including all fixtures and faucets.
F. Inspect the drain, waste and vent systems, including all fixtures.
G. Describe any visible fuel storage systems.
H. Inspect the drainage sump pumps testing sumps with accessible floats.
I. Inspect and describe the water supply, drain, waste and main fuel shut-off valves, as well as the location of the water main and main fuel shut-off valves.
J. Inspect and determine if the water supply is public or private.
K. Inspect and report as in need of repair deficiencies in the water supply by viewing the functional flow in two fixtures operated simultaneously.
L. Inspect and report as in need of repair deficiencies in installation and identification of hot and cold faucets.
M. Inspect and report as in need of repair mechanical drain-stops that are missing or do not operate if installed in sinks, lavatories and tubs.
N. Inspect and report as in need of repair commodes that have cracks in the ceramic material, are improperly mounted on the floor, leak, or have tank components which do not operate.
Operate appliances using normal controls
At AmPro we believe that one of the most precious assets anyone has, is time, which is why we go above and beyond to make sure that your time investment is not wasted. Here are just a few things we do to ensure you get the most from your investment:
- We arrive 30 minutes before each appointment to inspect the exterior of the property, which reduces your time at the home inspection.
- We provide you with the tools necessary to record carpet measurements, drapery measurements, and square footage calculations during the inspection. We give you the opportunity to make the most of your time while you are at the home inspection and eliminate the need for you to re-visit the property to obtain this and other vital information.
- Quality is of the utmost importance to us; therefore, our home and condo inspections are thorough and complete; we will not sacrifice quality for expediency. At the end of the inspection, your inspector will explain everything in the report in detail and provide you with a summary highlighting items of importance within the report.
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