home inspections

Accurate Home Inspections

  • 24 years total experience
  • Certified with InterNachi
  • Fully Insured
  • Licensed in Florida

Proper Home and Condo Inspections

When performed with due diligence, a full inspection takes approximately 4 hours to complete on a home up to 3000 sq ft. Gulf Coast Home Pros guarantees a full report submitted no later than 24 hours of inspection completion (usually ready the same day).

We take our work seriously

Residential Home

Residential Home InspectionGulf Coast Home Pros delivers superior service with each professional home inspection. We inspect it as if we were buying it ourselves. Our inspections are thorough and informative and typically take 3 to 4 hours in the field. A reader friendly, complete detailed inspection report is promptly provided, often the same day.Includes: Each residential inspections checks structural, exterior, roof, interior, appliances, HVAC, plumbing, electric, lanai, garage, pool, spa, and sprinlers.

Condominium Inspections

Condominium InspectionsFlorida condo living is a great way to enjoy Southwest Florida with less maintenance than a traditional home. Gulf Coast Home Pros is an expert in Florida Condo Inspections and is ready to extend our expertise to assist you in any condo you find interest.Includes: Each condo inspection checks interior, appliances, HVAC, plumbing, electric, lanai, garage.

Home Inspection Services

Full Mold InspectionMold spores are not visible to the naked eye, and the types of mold present can often be determined through laboratory analysis of the air samples.


WDO Inspection (Termite)Even a block home has wood frames creating floor plans and roof structures that are at risk to termite destruction.


Radon InspectionYou can't see it. You can't smell it. You can't taste it. Radon, a Class A carcinogen, is the second leading cause of lung cancer.

radon gas

Radon Exposure In Florida

In some areas of Florida, one out of two homes has excessive amounts of radon. Most Floridians live on the floor where the concentrated radon gas enters the building. The Florida Department of Health, in conjunction with the local county public health units, is working to support Floridians as they protect themselves from radiation exposure from radon gas.

Florida is aggressive in its policies attacking unnecessary radon exposure to the public. Florida is in the forefront in consumer protection concerning radon issues. The State has required radon measurement and reduction companies and personnel to be certified since 1989.