Four Point Inspector
Four Point Inspector

Four Point Inspection

Discover how important a 4 Point Inspection can be to your property

General Roof Inspection 

Identification of the roofing materials, locating any or all types of moisture.
Reveling the type of underlayment application, reporting of proper or improper installation of all flashing if any.
Locating roof penetrations and various types of skylights for damaged, leakage and improper installation.
All vents throughout the roof will be checked as well as identifying the different climates that surround the dwelling.

Advanced Electrical Inspection

This inspection of the common components of a residential electrical system, including the service, panelboard, “sub” panel, meter, kitchen, bathroom, and interior, including identifying common electrical violations, defects and concerns.
As well as determining the type of grounding, bonding, service, common electrical defects and concerns.
An inspection of the panel, “sub”panel, double-taps, over-fusing, sizing the a/c breaker, multi-wire branch circuits, aluminum wires, electric dryers and appliances, service conductors, grounding rods, water pipes, electrical inspection devices within our reach.

Advanced HVAC Inspection

While the Energy Center usually tries to avoid the use of acronyms, HVAC is in common use in the heating and cooling industry. It stands for “Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning,” three functions often combined into one system in today’s modern homes and buildings.

This advanced inspecting will entail the heating and cooling systems, evaluate the basic performance of HVAC systems,describe how HVAC systems and related components function and perform; and identify and report major defects common to HVAC systems.

Advanced Water Heater Inspection

This part of a 4 point inspection will identify components of gas-fired and electric water heater tanks. The main objective is to recognize and describe defects and safety hazards in relation to modern standards and requirements

Also inspect the flammable vapor ignition resistance system (FVIR) is working, checking the temperature-and-pressure relief valves for any hazards of confined spaces with fuel-fired water heater tanks.


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