4-Point Inspection

A 4-point inspection is a type of inspection typically performed on older homes or homes that are being considered for insurance coverage. The inspection focuses on four key areas of the home: the roof, HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system, plumbing system, and electrical system.

The purpose of a 4-point inspection is to provide an overview of the condition of these four systems, which are often the most expensive to repair or replace in a home. The inspection report will provide information on the age, condition, and potential hazards of each system, as well as any recommended repairs or upgrades.

During the inspection, a licensed inspector will visually inspect each of the four systems and take note of any issues, such as leaks, rust, or outdated equipment. The inspector may also test certain components of the systems, such as electrical outlets or HVAC filters, to ensure they are functioning properly. A 4-point inspection is usually required by insurance companies before they will provide coverage for a home. This is because older homes or homes with outdated systems may be at a higher risk for damage or failure, which can be costly for the insurance company to repair or replace. By performing a 4-point inspection, the insurance company can better assess the risk of insuring the home and adjust the coverage and rates accordingly.

Don’t skip this important step – schedule a 4 pint inspection today to ensure that you’re well-informed and that your home is safe and functional. Contact us now to schedule your inspection!

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