Crum Home Inspections
Full Home Inspection
Crum Home Inspections provides customers with professional review of the Homes systems, components, and condition. Perform a visible inspection of the property which includes the structure, roof, attic, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, and mechanical systems.
11th Month Home Warranty Inspection
Service provided to new home buyers near the end of their first year builder warranty period. Crum Home Inspections will identify any deficiencies that may be covered under the builders warranty. Full inspection of homes systems.
Move-In Certified / Pre-Listing / Seller Inspection
Pre-listing / Seller inspections are designed for sellers to identify the condition of the home prior to going on the market. Pre-listing inspections assist sellers with more accurate pricing, repairs ahead of listing and most importantly, it improves a buyer's confidence knowing a seller took the time to have the house inspected prior to listing.
Wind Mitigation Insurance Inspection
Home owners can receive substantial insurance credits for outfitting their homes with windstorm mitigation features that withstand or are resistant to wind damage. Crum Home Inspections will provide the customer with a completed "Uniform Mitigation Verification Inspection Form" following the inspection.
Four-Point Insurance Inspection
Insurance inspection of older homes (25+ years) focusing on HVAC (Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning), electrical wiring and panels, plumbing connections and fixtures, and the roof.
Crum Home Inspections can inspect your roof to give an accurate assessment of the current condition of your roof.
A roof inspection includes going in the attic to check for Proper insulation (including assessing R-value.), Proper Ventilation, and checking for Moisture and Mold. Crum Home Inspections will go up on the roof to check wear and tear and advising the homeowner on the state of the roof which includes Leaks, Condition of roof shingles, Proper Flashing (dormers, valleys, side walls, eaves and rakes), Chimney Chase and Chimney Cap. Crum Home Inspections will provide a detailed report and work with home owners on a course of action to resolve any identified problems.
Most failures in equipment—whether electrical, mechanical, process, or electronic—are signaled by a significant rise in operating temperature long before failure occurs. Infrared thermography can detect heat patterns in the infrared wave-length spectrum that are not visible to the unaided eye. These heat patterns can help identify deteriorating components before they fail. Infrared thermography is the science of detecting infrared energy emitted from an object, converting it to apparent temperature, and displaying the result as an infrared image.
Crum Home Inspections uses advanced technology to detect temperature differences in key areas that indicate a potential problem. Such areas include Overheating Circuit Breakers, Leaks in HVAC Ducts, leaks in roof sheathing, lack of insulation behind walls, moisture behind walls etc
Inspectors with Crum Home Inspections hold a current Unmanned Aircraft Remote Pilot Certificate with the FAA. We are trained and certified to inspect those roofs that can not be inspected without specialized climbing equipment. No need to outsource these inspections.
Crum Home Inspections uses state of the art drone technology with photo zoom capability.
Inspectors with Crum Home Inspections are trained and certified by the Federal Aviation Administration to fly unmanned aircraft for commercial purposes to include Home Inspections.
Escambia County (AL)
Escambia County (FL)
Santa Rosa County