A Home Inspection is to examine readily acccessible systems and components of a home. All Home Inspections performed by Vital Home Inspections in accordance with the Standards of Practice adopted by the Department in Rules 61-30.801 through 61-30.811, F.A.C., using normal operating controls and opening readily open-able access panels.
A home inspection is simply an unbiased professional opinion of the condition of the property, at the time of the inspection.
A home inspector is similar to a family doctor. He knows a lot about your body but he isn’t an “expert” on any one part. So if he finds something wrong, he will send you to an expert for further evaluation. A home inspector is the same way. He knows a lot about home systems but is not an expert in any one system. So if he finds a deficiency within your foundation, electrical, plumbing, roof, etc., he will direct you to seek further evaluation from an expert of the system in question.
Upon completion, you will receive a formal computer generated inspection report detailing the condition of each item inspected.
We encourage you to review the Standards of Practice carefully so that you can get
a better idea about what a Home Inspection is truly about!