Home Inspection

Serving Palm City and Surrounding Areas
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Home Inspection Details

The primary purpose of your home inspection is to give you a detailed picture of the condition of the house you are about to buy. Our goal is to help you make and informed decision. And determine if there are any potentially repairs needed.

AA Inspection reports are designed to make it easy for you to understand if something needs to be repaired, replaced, or needs standard maintenance. We provide detailed pictures so you can see exactly what is required. Our inspectors will be happy to review your inspection report and answer any questions you have.

Your home inspection from AA Inspections report will cover, in detail and in an easy to read format, comments on condition, age, function, remaining life and adequacy of the systems. Our reports include all areas of the home that require attention.

Drone Inspections

We also offer drone inspections - our lead inspector is an FAA licensed drone pilot. With a aerial drone inspection of a home or commercial building you get a better understanding of buildings, roads, or other structures on the boundaries of a property

AA Home Inspections include a Detailed Analysis of:

  • Lot Grading and Foliage, Grounds, Exterior, Driveway,
  • Structural Support (foundation, floors)
  • Roof (condition and remaining life)
  • Flashing, Facia, and Gutters
  • Exterior Walls and Windows
  • Walkways
  • Garage/Carport and Garage Doors
  • Electrical (outlets, GFI, panel, wiring, circuit breakers)
  • Attic
  • Air Conditioning and Heating
  • Air Handler Coils and Filters
  • Ductwork and Airflow
  • Temperature Differentials
  • Plumbing (Water Pressure, Flow, Drainage)
  • Shut-off Valves and Accessible Pipes
  • Bathrooms
  • Kitchen (appliance age and condition)
  • Bedrooms (smoke detectors and window egress)
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Our team is available to review the inspection report with you and answer any questions you have.

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The Home Inspection Process


Scheduling Your Inspection

Inspections are typically setup by the buyer or the buyers realtor. To setup your home inspection call our office at or use our contact form and we will follow up promptly. If you are preparing to sell your house you may want to do an inspection before you list it. This will give a detailed picture of what may come up in an inspection and the opportunity to make any desired repairs.

The Day of the Inspection

Being home for the inspection is optional. If you want to get first hand feedback from the inspector then being present will make it easy for you to see exactly what the inspector sees. When the inspector is done they will be happy to review any issues or concerns. If you arrive at the conclusion of the inspection then you can sit down with the inspector and get a clear picture of the property condition.

Reviewing Your Home Inspection Report

Your inspection report will be emailed to you. It will include our detailed findings in the form of both text and pictures.

The AA Inspections Difference

Our Lead Inspector John Staab is both a licensed General contractor and Home inspector. John has remodeled and built multiple residential and commercial projects.

John has also inspected thousands of properties in the tri county area. “My background in construction, real estate investing, along with my home inspection experience give me an edge that cannot be learned from an online inspection program.” In order to stay abreast of advancements in his field, continuing education, periodicals and training seminars are a constant requirement for him.