Field Inspectors are the eyes and ears of a company that needs something done. Inspections are broken down into three major categories: mortgage, insurance, and commercial inspections.
- Mortgage Property Inspections – involve the inspection of residential properties for mortgage companies. These inspections provide important information about the condition of the property and its features, such as number of bedrooms and bathrooms, square footage, age and condition of roofing or shingles, etc. This type of inspection is typically done prior to a loan being issued to the buyer.
- Insurance Property Inspections – provide information about the condition of a property and its potential risks for an insurance provider to evaluate before issuing coverage. These inspections include data such as security features, structural integrity, fire safety features, and more.
- Commercial Property Inspections – typically used by businesses and other commercial entities to inspect their own properties for maintenance and upkeep. These inspections involve comprehensive data about the condition of a building, mechanical systems, plumbing, electrical wiring, and more. They can also be used to ensure compliance with local regulations and safety codes.
Field inspections usually involve doing some sort of task like; taking pictures of odometers for trucking companies, taking pictures of the damage to vehicles, or taking pictures of construction sites (construction draws), and pictures of homes to verify occupancy.
Field Inspection Fees
Price for services are usually based on a contract price but can be arranged on a single event. Please give us a call to discuss your needs