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Buying a home is one of the most important things you will ever do. Many hidden defects and dangers are difficult to see and can cost you money later. That is why having an inspection is one of the most crucial evaluations you can have. At Allied Building Inspection Services, we offer a comprehensive report that includes all aspects of the structure, and we provide most reports within 24 hours.

Roof Inspection

Roof Inspection The purpose of roof inspections is to visually find evidence of current leakage through the roof covering, where accessible, from various areas of structure. The overall condition and any specific deficiencies are also noted. Flashings, shingles, tiles, vents, skylights, gutters and workmanship are all checked. The estimated age and remaining life are noted and repair/replacement costs are provided.

Wood-Destroying Organisms

All of our inspectors are licensed Wood Destroying Organism inspectors. A "1145 State of Florida form" for reporting on Wood Destroying Organisms is provided as required by chapter 486 of the Florida Statures and the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services. A separate estimate for any recommended treatments will be provided.



Windstorm Inspection The purpose of structural inspections is to visually find evidence of abnormal settlement, lateral movement or structural weakness in the accessible load bearing components of the building. The footings, foundation, floor members, and bearing walls comprise the structural components of a building, as well as an asphalt parking surface. Proper drainage, wood destroying organisms and ventilation play a major role. Access to crawl spaces and attics are required for a thorough structural evaluation. Estimate repairs and engineering costs are provided in the inspection report.


The purpose of mechanical (heating, air conditioning and ventilation) inspections is to visually assess the condition of the cooling and heating systems of the structure. Accessible ductwork, registers, filters, condensing units, air handlers, coils and thermostats are all inspected. A general size evaluation is made, as well as an evaluation temperature differences, insulation quality and compressor function. Repair/replacement costs are provided.


The purpose of electrical system inspections is to visually assess the condition of the components of the hardwired systems located within the confines of the structure. We will determine whether the system is adequate for present demand and examine switches, receptacles, light fixtures, exhaust fans, distribution panels, breakers, wiring junction boxes, conduits and devices. We inspect all crawl spaces and attics and check for property grounding and wiring. Panel covers are removed to inspect mains and branch wiring, and all wiring to water heaters and air conditioning equipment are inspected. Finally, all lighting fixtures and smoke alarms are tested for proper use and repair/replacement costs are provided.


The purpose of plumbing inspections is to visually assess the condition of all fixtures, connections, lavatories, water closets and accessible piping. Adequacy of water pressure and drain speed are also checked. Repair estimates are provided.



Residential appliances are inspected for overall performance and condition. All doors, drawers, lights, seals, elements and controls are checked, as well as cooling temperatures in refrigeration systems. Repair/replacement costs are provided.


Swimming Pool

We inspect pools with regard to structural components, equipment, piping, decking, and circulation. Evidence of leakage, deterioration, corroded galvanized piping or other deficiencies are also noted. Low voltage lighting, safety drains and self closing gates on surrounding fences are verified. Repair/replacement costs are provided.


New Construction

Have you recently purchased a newly constructed home? Perhaps you didn't know that once a year has gone by, your warranty will expire, not allowing you to have structural defects or construction issues repaired at the builders expense. Allied offers "New Home Inspections" that give the homeowner a thorough review of all current or potential structural and safety issues. Schedule an appointment before your warranty expires to ensure your home is up to code!

Insurance Inspection

Allied is now offering Insurance Inspections in accordance with new Florida guidelines that may qualify you for a discount. Components such as hurricane straps, shutters and roof sheathing are assessed to determine condition and effectiveness.



Mold & Moisture Assessment

Allied provides a thorough assessment of the surface environments of a home or building using visual means as well as on-site testing with moisture meters, hygrometers, ATP (on-site mold detections), thermal imaging, air sampling and surface sampling procedures.


Detached Strucure

These are structures or buildings that are located on your property but are separated from your primary dwelling by a clear space or connected by a fence. An example would be a garage or shed on your property that is not attached to your house.


Chinese Drywall

Residents in homes with problem drywall report having health issues like respiratory irritation as well as problems with copper corrosion and sulfur odors. We conduct detailed, point-by-point inspections of accessible areas including a limited invasive borescope of interior wall cavities and evaluation of key components for signs of oxidation.


Sewer Camera

Cast iron piping corrodes due to age, causing leakage, blockages, backups and damage to homes. We provide unbiased evaluations of your piping using the latest mini-camera technology. We will provide you with the information you need to know, including a full report documenting the damages with photographs of the piping conditions.