Features of our 4 Point Inspections:
  • Specially Trained "Certified Inspectors" BUYER BEWARE: InterNACHI turns down more than half the inspectors who want to join because they can't fulfill the membership requirements!
  • BUYER BEWARE: We “DO NOT” offer Home Repairs of any kind nor are we tied in with any Home repair companies, we focus only on 4 Point Inspections! This means that you "NEVER" have to wonder if we are telling you that you have a problem in order to get the EXPENSIVE job of repairing your House. We represent you "Exclusively" in order to protect your best interests!
  • "Extensive" & Very Thorough 4 Point Inspections Performed (Interior & Exterior). Reports (our average report is over 60 pages and includes over 180 labeled photographs). No other company offers this extensive of a 4 Point Inspection report!
  • "State of the Art" 4 Point Inspection Reports
Contact us at (772)410-9000 to find out how we can help you.

Other Inspection Services we provide include:
Home Inspections, Wind Mitigation Inspections, Home Warranty Inspections, Chinese Drywall Inspections, Property Condition Inspections, Home Insurance Inspections & Citizen’s Insurance (RCF) Roof Certification Inspections


  • My Promise to You!

    Choosing the right Home Inspector can be difficult. Unlike most professionals, you probably will not get to meet me until after you hire me. Furthermore, different Inspectors have varying qualifications, equipment, experience, reporting methods, and yes, different pricing. One thing for sure is that a Home Inspection requires work, a lot of work. Ultimately a thorough Inspection depends heavily on the individual Inspectors’ own effort. If you honor me by permitting me to Inspect your Home, I guarantee that I will give you my very best effort. This I promise you.

    John Pacella- Inspector/Owner “Welcome Home”
    Home Inspection Services Company

    NACHI Certified Home Inspector – Click Here to View

Four Point Insurance Inspection

4 Point Insurance Inspection Services:

  1. Roofing
  2. Electrical
  3. A/C and Heating
  4. Plumbing

A 4 Point Inspection is often a requirement when obtaining a new Homeowners Insurance policy or renewing an existing policy.

This 4 Point Insurance Inspection includes a limited scope evaluation of the following Four systems: (1) Roofing, (2) electrical system, (3) a/c and heating system and (4) plumbing system. The intent of the Four Point Inspection is to determine the components, general Condition, and age of these systems.

The Insurance company will typically require that the 4 Point Inspections be performed by a suitably licensed and qualified 4 Point Inspection Company. All of our 4 Point Inspections are performed by a Florida State licensed and “Certified” 4 Point Inspector.

Note: This type of 4 Point Insurance Inspection should not be confused with a “standard Home Inspection” which is broader in scope and detail.

4 Point Insurance Inspections

A Four Point Inspection consists of a visual and/or operational test of the air-Conditioning, heating, plumbing, Roof covering, and electrical.

What exactly is a 4 Point Insurance Inspection and do I need one?

Most Insurance companies today require a 4 Point Inspection to be performed on a Home in order for you, the Home Buyer to receive Homeowners Insurance. These 4 Point Insurance Inspections are to be performed by Certified, licensed and insured 4 Point Inspectors and cannot be performed by the Home owner themselves.

What does the 4 Point Insurance Inspection Cover?

All 4 Point Inspections include a limited scope evaluation of the following Four most specific systems and components:

  • Roof – Insurance companies want to know the Condition of the Roof as well as the approximate year the Roof might need to be replaced
  • Plumbing – Insurance Companies are looking for what kind of piping (copper, plastic etc.)is being used, dates if the system has been upgraded, any leaks or flaws and information about the hot water heater
  • Electrical System – They want to know size of the main service, any dangerous wiring, dates of any upgrades and then SOME not all Insurance Companies want to know the maker of the electric panel and if there is any aluminum wiring
  • Heating and Air Conditioning – Looking for the date of installation, approximate life of the unit and if the system if functioning correctly

I’ve had a House Inspection performed… can’t I just use that report?

Insurance Companies will not accept Home Inspection reports because they are looking for specific information. Your Home Inspection report is very detailed and they only want information provided in a 4 Point Inspection. We suggest that you contact your Insurance company before you have a Home Inspection performed to verify if you will need a 4 Point Inspection or not. This way if you do, while we are there we will gather the necessary information for your 4 Point Inspection.

Need a 4 Point Insurance Inspection for your Home Owner’s Insurance Company?
Simply request a 4 Point Inspection and we will get back to you right away!
Are there questions you have about the 4 Point Inspection? If so, leave us a comment and we will be more than happy to explain it in more detail.

All Companies Performing 4 Point Inspections Must be Licensed:

As of September 30, 2012, "all 4 Point Inspection forms must be Inspected and completed by a verifiable Florida licensed professional. Without a verifiable, “Certified 4 Point Inspector’s dated signature, the 4 Point Inspection form will not be accepted. The following FLORIDA LICENSED individuals may complete a 4 Point Inspection for Citizens in its entirety: 

  • A general, residential, or building contractor
  • A building code Inspector
  • A registered architect
  • A Home Inspector
  • A professional engineer
  • A building code official who is authorized by the State of Florida to verify building code compliance

Note: A trade-specific, licensed professional may sign off only on their trade component of the 4 Point Inspection form (e.g., a Roofing Inspector may sign off only on the Roofing portion of the form)."

Click here to view an Approved Universal Four Point Insurance Inspection Form.