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Property Inspection

We inspect properties.

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Overview

We inspect properties for damages and provide property damage reports. For example, an insurance agency may contract for an Enteck field inspector to examine a home for potential problems prior to issuing a home insurance policy to the owner.

Qualifications

License Home Inspector License No. 4457

Note: Four or fewer dwelling units, individually owned residential units within multi-family buildings and their attached garage and carport. 

Home Inspection

 A home inspection is a limited, non-invasive examination of the condition of a home, often in connection with the sale of that home. Home inspections are usually conducted by a home inspector who has the training and certifications to perform such inspections. 

Disaster Inspection

This inspection will determine the condition of the property and will document damages, if applicable, that are observed due to the disaster. Disaster inspections can be completed within regular inspection time frames or on a rush basis, depending on the accessibility of the impacted area.

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Insurance Inspection

This inspection is used as part of the underwriting process for new homeowner’s insurance policies or as re-certification when policies renew. The inspection provides a summary of the property condition, notates any health or safety concerns and documents any other conditions that could impact the issuance of a new insurance policy. 

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Mortgage Inspection

This inspection includes a direct visual observation of the property to determine the overall condition and occupancy status of the property. Enteck will determine if there are any existing or potential conditions that could impact the value of the property. Property condition inspections can be completed on either contact or no-contact basis

Construction Inspection

This inspection provides a progress report to inform homeowners, insurance companies, mortgage companies, and/or government agencies about the progress over a certain period of time. A list of work that has been completed, which includes an overall appraisal of how things are going, along with an approximate date for the project to be finished

Insurance Loss Inspection

This inspection focuses on verifying the progress of repairs or construction work done on a property as specified by client. Enteck will contact the property owner to ascertain their satisfaction with any completed repairs, and provide supporting photos.

Customer Testimonial

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" The work done on the above project was done in a professional and timely manner. Enteck was on site each day from beginning to end of this project. The communication between Enteck and us was commendable and it was a pleasure working with them."- Erwin

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