Florida Home Inspection Services

Home Inspection Services that Go Above and Beyond State Standards

At Veritas Enterprises, Inc., we abide by the Standards of Practice (SOP) as set by the Florida Association of Building Inspectors (FABI), which are stricter and more comprehensive than the state standards alone. Call us to ask about our competitive pricing for any of our home inspection services. The following areas, as long as they are visible and safely accessible, will be inspected:

  • Lot and grounds
  • Fences
  • Outbuildings
  • Patio
  • Pool deck and equipment
  • Boat dock and lift (if applicable)
  • Driveway and walkways
  • Lot drainage
  • Roof
  • Fascia
  • Soffits
  • Gutters
  • Exterior walls
  • Doors and windows
  • Stucco
  • Attic
  • Insulation and ventilation
  • Interiors
  • Plumbing system
  • Electrical system
  • Heating system
  • Cooling system
  • Appliances
  • Fireplaces and chimneys

Moisture and Mold Screening Included with All Residential Inspections

We know just how important indoor air quality is, so we include Moisture and Mold Screening with all of our residential home inspection services. Mold growth in the home and mold spores in the air can cause damage to home surfaces or upset allergies and asthma. We will thoroughly search the home for existing mold growth or moisture intrusion which may attract it in the future. We can provide Mold Testing at an additional cost.

Our Toolbox

We use the following tools during our home inspections:


A Borescope which helps us see difficult-to-inspect places using a camera and fiber-optic cable.

Digital Camera

A Digital Camera to document home issues and details for our reports.

Digital Psychrometer

A Digital Psychrometer to determine relative humidity and temperature in the home.

Infrared Thermometer

An Infrared Thermometer to measure temperature from a distance.

Buyer’s Inspection

As a homebuyer, you deserve to have all of the honest information about a home’s strengths, weaknesses, and operation before you make your investment. During a Buyer’s Inspection, we thoroughly inspect the home and then deliver a verbal summary of our findings as we walk you through the property.

Pre-Listing Inspection

A Pre-Listing Inspection is a great way for home sellers to learn more about their property so that they can discuss it honestly with potential buyers. By being made aware of defects in the home ahead of time, sellers can choose to make repairs before a buyer requests an inspection of their own.

New Construction Inspection

Even the most experienced builders can make mistakes during the construction of a home, and a New Construction Inspection can bring attention to these defects and oversights before you move into the property. We do these inspections before the final walkthrough with the builder so that the home is better prepared for a seamless move-in.

New Construction Phase Inspections

To make sure that no defects are getting hidden away by finishing material throughout the building process, we suggest New Construction Phase Inspections be completed:

  • After the walls and roof are completed but before stucco is applied
  • After doors, windows, stucco, interior framing, rough plumbing, electrical and A/C ductwork are complete
  • Before the client signs off with the builder

11th Month Warranty Inspection

Many newly built homes are sold with a year-long warranty that covers defects in construction. The 11th Month Warranty Inspection should be scheduled one month before your warranty expires so that you have time to request the appropriate repairs.

4 Point Inspection

For insurance purposes, the four most important areas of the home may be inspected rather than the entire property. The 4 Point Inspection includes the roof, HVAC system, plumbing system, and electrical system.


After a Buyer’s Inspection, you and your seller will come to agreements about what repairs will be made before closing. A Re-Inspection can offer some additional peace of mind that the home is move-in ready after repairs. We will revisit the property for a second inspection, this time focusing on the quality and completeness of repairs.

Wind Mitigation Inspection

In Florida, Wind Mitigation Inspections are often required by insurance providers because of the state’s weather conditions and risk for hurricanes. We will inspect the property for wind damage and suggest which upgrades could be made to the home to mitigate damage in the future.

Commercial Property Inspection

We offer Commercial Property Inspections for small commercial spaces with no more than two stories. We inspect every square foot of the property and make sure the buyer knows what they are getting into before closing.

Additional Services

Separate assessments for Water Damage, Fire Damage, Indoor Air Quality.

Mold Testing

Mold Testing

Mold in the home can cause damage to surfaces and negatively affect indoor air quality. We will thoroughly inspect the property for signs of moisture, which attract mold growth, and test surfaces and air for existing mold spores.

WDO Termite Testing

WDO Inspection

Termites and other wood-destroying organisms can cause major structural damage to a property. We subcontract out WDO Inspections to a professional third-party.

Contact Veritas Enterprises, Inc. today to schedule your Florida home inspection services.

We offer a free Wind Mitigation Inspection, a $90 value, for First Responders and for active and reserve military and veterans who schedule a home inspection. Thank you for your service.