A Four-Point Inspection takes a look of the major components of the home
A four-point inspection will look at the four major components of a home. This is not the same as a full home inspection. Insurance companies will ask for this type of inspection for older homes as their components are more likely to fail than newer homes. They will generally ask for a four-point inspection if the property is 25+ years old to see the current condition of the components. Four-Point inspections are needed by insurance companies to obtain or maintain your home insurance policy. A four-point inspection can also be done for pre-offer scenarios. The client can use this inspection to help identify the condition of the components before putting an offer on the home. The four systems that are inspected are
– Electrical: Wiring and Panels
– Plumbing: Connections and Fixtures
Before scheduling, please check with your insurance company if something specific is needed in the report.
What Happens during a Four-Point Inspection?
What to do after a Four-Point Inspection?
What Our Inspector Searches For.
Electrical Wiring and Panels
Plumbing Connections and Fixtures
Take a Look at a Sample Report
Get an idea of the format and items that would be listed under a Four Point Inspection.