Jason of Kelly Inspections answers our questions about home inspections.
I have a very special guest with me today, Jason Kelly, the owner of Kelly Inspections. Jason grew up here in North Florida, and his father owned a construction company, so he has been working in homes for basically his entire life. Today I’m asking him a few questions about what’s involved in home inspections and what he typically sees in homes in our area. He does many of our clients’ inspections, so he’s the guy to ask.
Feel free to watch the full message above, or use these timestamps that will direct you to various points in the video:
0:00 — Introduction to today’s topic
0:55 — A little about Jason’s background
1:45 — The issue Jason sees almost every house having
4:00 — The things people see on their inspection report that aren’t necessarily worth getting worked up over
4:50 — The three categories of items on your inspection report
6:45 — Why some insurance companies don’t like certain electrical panels
9:20 — What home inspectors can and can’t legally tell clients
13:10 — What is wind mitigation?
15:20 — What is a four-point inspection?
17:10 — What Jason charges for the home inspection and wind mitigation
19:15 — He also offers a wood-destroying organisms inspection (WDO)
20:55 — Wrapping up today’s topic
If you are looking for an inspector or have any questions for Jason, visit his website, call, or text him. Feel free to check out his reviews on Google and Yelp. You can also reach out to me to help you connect with him or if you have any real estate questions. We’d both be glad to help you.