Features of our Home Seller Inspections:
  • Specially Trained "Certified Home Inspectors" BUYER BEWARE: InterNACHI turns down more than half the inspectors who want to join because they can't fulfill the membership requirements!
  • We “DO NOT” offer Home Repairs of any kind nor are we tied in with any Home repair companies, we focus only on Home 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 Home Seller 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 Home Inspection report!
  • "State of the Art"Home Seller Inspection Reports
Contact us at (772)410-9000 to find out how we can help you.

Other Inspection Services we provide to Home Sellers include:
Wind Mitigation Inspections, 4 Point 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

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Homes Pre Inspected

Are you Selling your Home? Let an InterNACHI Certified Professional Home Inspector® Inspect it before you even list it. A Home that has been Pre Inspected, means that the Seller can confirm that there are no major systems in need of immediate repair or replacement, and no known safety hazards. A Home Seller Inspection informs you of any defects or problems with your Home so that you can address them before prospective Buyers discover them. You can then take the time you need to obtain reasonable repair estimates. Show prospective Buyers that you are dealing in good faith. Avoid 11th-hour negotiations and delays, and justify your full asking price by having your Home Pre-Inspected now.

All Real Estate agents advise their clients looking to buy a Home to perform a Home Inspection. This can cost a Seller thousands of dollars in Buyer credits at the close of escrow. When you perform a Pre-Sale Inspection you can mitigate your loss and net more money at closing. Stop playing the Buyer's Inspection game!!!



A standard Pre-Listing / Pre-Sale Inspection includes a non-invasive non-technically exhaustive visual and mechanical overview of all of the properties vital systems including but not limited to:

  • Roof, vents, flashings, and trim
  • Gutters and downspouts
  • Skylight, chimney and other Roof penetrations
  • Decks, porches, stoops, walkways, and railings
  • Eaves, fascia, and soffit
  • Exterior grading and drainage
  • Basement, foundation and crawlspace
  • Water penetration
  • Foundation movement
  • Heating systems
  • Cooling systems
  • Main water shutoff valves
  • Water heating system
  • Interior plumbing, fixtures, and faucets
  • Drainage sump pumps (with accessible floats)
  • Electrical service line and meter box
  • Main disconnect and service amperage
  • Electrical panels, breakers and fuses
  • Grounding and bonding
  • GFCIs and AFCIs
  • Fireplace door, damper, hearth
  • Insulation and ventilation
  • Garage doors, openers, and safety sensors
Standard Home Inspection: What We Check


A Pre-Listing / Pre-Sale Inspection gives the Seller an opportunity to choose the Inspector of their choice and schedule an Inspection at their convenience. The Inspection may alert the Seller to items of immediate concern such as safety issues, plumbing issues, and electrical hazards to name a few. The Seller is able to have full access to the Inspector during the Inspection which is not normal during a Buyer’s Inspection. The Home Inspection report can help the Seller with realistic pricing of the Home if problems do exist. The Pre-Sale Inspection can also help the Seller substantiate a higher asking price for the Property.  A Seller’s Inspection report gives the Seller time to make necessary repairs and shop for the best valued contractors. The Seller’s Inspection allows for the Seller to attach repair estimates or receipts to the Inspection report showing that an issue was addressed and corrected or what the cost would be to resolve the issue. This absolves the Seller from being bullied by over inflated contractor cost that the Buyer may bring to the negotiation table. A PRE-SALE INSPECTION CAN SAVE YOU THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS AND ULTIMATELY NET YOU MORE MONEY AT CLOSING!!!

Sellers' Pre-Listing Home Inspections

Eventually, your Buyers are going to conduct an Inspection. You may as well know what they are going to find by getting there first. Having an Inspection performed ahead of time helps in many other ways, such as:

  • It allows you to see your Home through the eyes of a critical and neutral third party.
  • It alerts you to immediate safety issues before agents and visitors tour your Home.
  • It may alert you to items of immediate concern, such as radon gas or active termite infestation.
  • It permits you to make repairs ahead of time so that ...
  • Defects won't become negotiating stumbling blocks later.
  • There is no delay in obtaining the Use and Occupancy Permit.
  • You have the time to get reasonably priced contractors or make the repairs yourself, if qualified.
  • It helps you to price your Home realistically.
  • It may relieve prospects' concerns and suspicions.
  • It may encourage the Buyer to waive his Inspection contingency.
  • It reduces your liability by adding professional supporting documentation to your disclosure statement.

Never hire an Inspector who is not a member of InterNACHI, which provides the most trusted and rigorous training for Inspectors in the industry.

Copies of the Home Inspection report, along with receipts for any repairs, should be made available to the Buyers.