What to expect from a Four Point Inspection

Four Point Inspections~ When should you have one?

Most Insurance companies require a Four Point Inspection if a home is 30 years old or older (sometimes 25 years and older depending on insurance companies).

What  does the 4 Point Insurance Inspection Cover?

All 4 Point Inspections include a limited scope evaluation of the following four most specific systems and components:

  • Roof –Verifies the condition of the roof, as well as the approximate year the roof might need to be replaced (remaining life of roof expectancy)
  • Plumbing –what kind of piping (copper, plastic etc.) is being used, dates if the system has been upgraded, any leaks or flaws and information about the hot water heater
  • Electrical System – What size of the main service, any dangerous wiring, dates of any upgrades, make of the electric panel, and if there is any aluminum wiring
  • Heating and Air Conditioning –Installation date, approximate life of the unit, and if the system is functioning correctly

It is important to remember that this is a limited visual inspection and does not replace an home inspection.  All potential HOME BUYERS SHOULD ALWAYS HAVE A FULL HOME INSPECTION!

  For more information please contact:

  Kevin Boutwell- CMI
5145 NE 7th Place
Ocala, FL 34470
Office: 351-8476
Email: kpb1955@cox.net
FL State Lic. # HI51 NACHI #08051413

Looking to purchase a home… I can sell any home in Marion County…

Call me today for more information regarding all your Real Estate needs.

Teresa Fikaris, (Realtor) Buyer’s Agent, Fontana Realty

Cell: 352-208-5874 Website: www.OcalaBuyersAgent.com

Going the extra mile with a smile!

 

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