Condo/Townhome

Condo & Townhome Inspections

Standard RatesDiscounted Rates
Single Unit < 2000 sq. ft
$250$210
each, up to 3 additional in same day
$200$170
Single Unit > 2001 sq. ft
$310$265
each, up to 3 additional the same day
$230$195
Insurance Inspections and Reports
4 Point Inspection Report w/ Full Inspection
$75N/A
4 point inspection only
$100N/A
Wind Mitigation Inspection Report w/ Full Inspection
$75N/A
Wind Mitigation Inspection Only
$120N/A

Inspections for condos and townhomes is similar in several ways to the home and insurance inspection and includes:

  • Crawl space and attic (if applicable)
  • Roof (if applicable)
  • Garage (if applicable)
  • Electrical system
  • Plumbing and fuel system
  • Water heater
  • HVAC
  • Any fireplaces stove, chimneys and flues
  • Kitchen, bathroom, doors and windows
  • Organisms that could damage wood.

It is generally the responsibility of the COA to cover crawl space, attic structure and roof. If that’s not the case, we can include them. Our inspections are done in accordance with the ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors)Association and FABI (Florida Association of Building Inspectors) standards of practice and codes of ethics. We are not code compliance inspectors and have no authority to enforce our observations. We report to you on the visible conditions we observe on the day we inspect and provide a full report of our findings later. We do not do repairs. We do not inspect or measure for groundwater contamination, legal or public records status, low-voltage wiring, energy efficiency of unit, pools or spas, radon, soil stability or other geological status. In addition, we do not inspect for nonvisible or otherwise hidden conditions. These items must be disclosed by the seller of the property. Client should seek advice of legal counsel and/or real estate agent to identify items subject to disclosure in addition to items in the report from Informed Inspections, Inc.

Items we do not inspect or measure:

  • Groundwater contamination
  • Legal or public records status
  • Low voltage wiring
  • Energy efficiency of unit
  • Nonvisible or otherwise hidden conditions.  These items must be disclosed by the seller of the property.  Client should seek advice of legal counsel and/or real estate agent to identify items subject to disclosure in addition to items in the report from Informed Inspections, Inc.
  • Pools or Spas
  • Radon
  • Soil stability or other geological status