InspectionsProviding home inspection services to buyers, sellers, real estate agents, and property owners with information on the condition of their residential or commercial property.

A home cannot fail an inspection. A professional home inspection gives you an independent, unbiased view of any problems and their solutions, so that you will have all the facts you need to make a sound, informed decision.

Most inspections take 1 to 2 hours and cover as many as 200 items, depending on the size of the home. The results are provided to you in the form of a 30-35 page computer-generated report, complete with digital photos of any problem areas. All reports cover the structure from foundation to roof and evaluate all electrical, plumbing, heating and air conditioning systems for operability and life expectancy.

Residential Inspections by Professionals.

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Thorough value-based home and property inspection services you can trust from Paradigm Building Group. We help buyers better understand the physical condition of a home or building by providing relevant information needed to make informed business decisions.


Your inspection report will likely fall into one of the following categories:

  1. Safety Hazard - unsafe condition such as a broken window or exposed electric panel.
  2. Major Cost – large impending expense such as roof covering which needs replacement.
  3. Material Defect – aged or flawed components such as solid-strand aluminum electrical wiring.
  4. Critical Repair – issues that can lead to a major cost such as a roof leak.

The above situations will be identified in your report with a recommendation for action; repair or replace, maintain, or evaluate.

Call 954-547-4611 to discuss your individual inspection needs.

What Does A Home Inspection Cover?

  • Foundation and footings – structural integrity of foundation, signs of settling or cracking and grades issues including conditions leading to moisture.
  • Driveways, patios, decks and porches – signs of settling, deck safety.
  • Attic and insulation – visible framing and roof sheathing, ventilation and insulation as well as signs of moisture.
  • Interior walls, floors, ceilings, doors and windows – windows, doors, caulking, cabinets and respective hardware
  • Exterior siding, flashing, trim, soffit and facia – general condition of materials and check for gaps or other moisture hazards.
  • Roofing systems and gutters – condition of materials, its ability to carry off moisture and evidence of possible water penetration.
  • Electrical system – outside entrance wiring, service panels, aluminum branch circuit wiring, electrical fixtures, outlets, switches and other devices including outlet polarity and GFCI protection.
  • Plumbing system and drain piping – main water connection, all visible supply and drain waste piping and identification possible polybutylene or galvanized piping.
  • Water heater – size, year and installation including proper piping of the pressure release value.
  • Heating and cooling system – proper installation of central air components including air supply ducts, registers and thermostats.
  • Kitchen appliances – condition of range, oven, microwave, dishwasher, garbage disposal and refrigerator.

Examples of Inspection Elements

  • water heater inspection

    Water heater inspection

  • roofing integrity

    Roof Integrity

  • Plumbing and Drain Issues

  • Hurricane Code Compliance

  • Air Conditioning Check

  • window protection

    Window Protection

  • exterior walls

    Exterior Surfaces

  • roofing integrity

    Electrical Inspection

  • Appliance Operation

  • Entryway Integrity

  • Mold and Mildew Check

  • Window Operation