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Four-Point Insurance Inspection (4-point)

Four-Point Insurance Inspection

Before making a final offer when buying a home be sure to understand if you need Four-point insurance inspection (4-point). This may be required for older homes that are purchased. We offer Four-point insurance inspection in the following cities, Vilano, Ponte Vedra, Ponte Vedra Beach, Jacksonville, Jacksonville Beach,  Daytona Beach, Ormond Beach, St Augustine, Flagler Beach, and Palm Coast areas.

We take pride in our work and value our customers. For quality service, you can rely on William Reardon, a certified Four -point insurance inspector.  Trust Precise Home Inspections with your four point inspection (4-point) to adequately and thoroughly inspect your new home.

Sellers are paying higher insurance payments for older homes. Therefore, this inspection will be necessary to see if your house qualified for reduce insurance rates.  Please keep in mind that some material used in older homes pose a risk to an insurance company. Such as older electrical panels, plumbing, hot water tanks, and roof shingles. These can cause serious damage to a home. So, the insurance companies, buyers, and sellers should be concerned. So, this inspection is an important role to evaluate the home. These are major areas of a home that can cause serious damage to a home.  Highly recommend this inspection.

Our Four-Point Inspections (4-point) application is performed by Citizens Property Insurance Corporation. The inspections required are:

  • Electrical Inspection
  • Heating/Air Conditioning Inspection
  • Plumbing System
  • Roof Inspections.

Our assessments are basics for homeowners insurance.


Contact us for Four – Point Insurance Inspection in Florida

Call us at (386) 864-0400 today to schedule your appointment with William Reardon. You can also reach to us via e-mail. Our e-mail address is william.reardon@att.net. You need to bring your citizen application with you.

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