Top Home Inspectors in Orlando

Top 30 Home Inspectors in Orlando

Sherlock Homes
(from 57 reviews)
Sherlock Homes
Residential, Condo, Townhouse, Duplex. Comprehensive Inspections. Wind Mitigation Inspections. Four Point Inspections. Roof Inspections
Serving Seminole County, Orange County, Volusia County, Lake County, Kissimmee. Lake Mary, Longwood, Altamonte, Casselberry, Winter Park, Maitland, Oviedo, Winter Springs, and surrounding areas.
(407) 929-0673
Hi! Harry Gordon here! Thank you for stopping by and checking us out. I started in the home inspection back in 2000. I was buying a home and my realtor recommended an inspector. The house was vacant, i noticed the inspector was outside, across the street looking back the house with binoculars!I asked what are you doing? "Sir, I'm inspecting your roof" I said, aren't you going to get up there??? He said, No! Far too dangerous! After a few more questions, and equally poor responses, I asked him to leave! I quickly learned he was not licensed or certified! Florida, at that time did not require licensing/training for inspectors.I started Sherlock Homes Inspection Services, I inspect every home as If I were buying it for myself!Today, the industry is much better than it was but, you never know who will show up to perform a quality inspection! Today's standards require that Licensed and insured is a minimum! However, I added additional training and certifications and became a Certified Master Inspector.In addition, I'm a State licensed pool builder, solar contractor, and a licensed WDO inspector. If the home you need inspected has a pool, solar and/or concerns for wood destroying organisms-termites, then I have you covered! All inspections performed at the same time while doing the home inspection!I give my absolute best on each and every inspection! I promise the best, accurate information, and reports that will lead you to the closing table, or lead you away from that house!Reach out, call me! I look forward to hearing from you! :) Your next inspection is my top priority!
(from 4 reviews)
Welcome Home Inspections LLC
Residential Full Home Inspection, Commercial Property Inspection, Wood Destroying Organism Inspection, Wind Mitigation Survey, Four Point Insurance Inspection, other services may be available.
Serving Central Florida, Orange County, Seminole County, Volusia County, West Volusia County, Lake County Brevard County, Osceola County, Indian River County, Polk County
(407) 951-0707
Welcome Home Inspections is proud to serve the future and current Homeowners throughout Central Florida and beyond. We are grateful to work alongside some of Florida's best real estate professionals. 
All Aspects Inspection LLC
Serving Seminole county, Orange county, Volusia county, Osceola county, Brevard county.
(407) 732-8519
Prime Home Inspections
Serving Clermont, Winter Garden, Leesburg, Mount Dora, Orlando, Winter Park, Windermere, Minneola, Groveland, Mascotte, Kissimmee, Davenport, Oakland, Altamonte Springs, Longwood, Winter Springs, Casselberry, Orange County, Lake County, Osceola County and all other Counties from Tampa to Port Canaveral
(321) 320-1111
Elite Mold Services
Mold & Indoor Air Quality Assessments
Serving Central Florida
(407) 490-4272
Orlando Home Inspection Services
Serving Alafaya, Aloma, Altamonte Springs, Apopka, Astatula, Azalea Park, Bay Lake, Belle Isle, BVL, Casselberry, Celebration, Chuluota, Clarcona, Clermont, Debary, Eustis, Geneva, Golden Oak, Goldenrod, Gotha, Heathrow, Killarney, Kissimmee, Lake Buena Vista, Lake Mary, Leesburg, Lockhart, Longwood, Maitland, Mims, Mt Dora, Mt Plymouth, Oakland, Ocoee, Orlando, Oviedo, Plymouth Sorrento, Sanford, Union Park, Windermere, Winter Garden, Winter Park, Winter Springs, Zellwood. (If your area is not listed, give us a call.)
(321) 710-6447
Ocoee Home Inspections
Serving Orlando, Winter Garden, Windermere, Ocoee, Gotha, Clermont, Doctor Phillips, Pine Hills, Altamonte Springs, Lake Mary, Longwood, Apopka, Winter Park, Oviedo, Lake Nona, Kissimmee, St. Cloud, Mount Dora
(407) 633-1661
Ocoee Home Inspections is Orlando's premier home inspection company. All of our inspectors are CPI certified through Internachi's inspector program and have previous construction experience in the Central Florida area. Ocoee Home Inspections offers standard home inspections, wind mitigation inspections, 4 point insurance inspections. Our inspections include:Home Inspections- We will follow the Standards of practice for Florida as well as Internachi. During our inspections we will observe and report on the Exterior, Roof, Grounds, Irrigation, Plumbing, Electrical, HVAC, Water Heater, Appliances, Pool, and all of the Interior rooms. During your inspection we will utilize specialized tools as well as Infrared Technology to help us find defects that other inspectors may miss.Wind Mitigation Inspections- A Wind Mitigation inspection is one that insurance companies will want to verify how "Storm Proof" your home is. We will observe and report on Roof shape, Age of roof covering, Doors and Window protection, Rafter spacing, Roof to wall attachments, Sheathing thickness and size of nails attaching the roof deck. Insurance companies will use this information to determine what your Hurricane premiums will be. If you have recently replaced your roof with a new one then these inspections are beneficial to you and could lower your insurance premiums!4 point insurance inspections- A 4 point insurance inspection is also one needed for insurance companies when you purchase a home. We will observe and report on the 4 major systems in a house(HVAC, Plumbing, Electrical and Roof).Ocoee Home Inspections proudly provides service to all of Central Florida including Orlando, Ocoee, Winter Garden, Altamonte Springs, Windermere, Kissimmiee, Hunters Creek, Williamsburg, Clermont and Winter Park.
5 Star Building inspections
Serving Orange, Seminole, Lake, Osceola, Polk, Volusia Counties
(407) 567-7780
5 Star Building Inspections was established to provide buyer and sellers with inspection reports that exceed industry standards. Our reports present the most professional and comprehensive format available to provide value and clarity to the decision process. We pride ourselves on superior customer service and quality. Our phones are personally answered by one of our many inspectors so any questions you may have can be addressed.  Our services include a complete examination of the foundation, roof, and attic, heating/air conditioning and water systems, electrical and plumbing systems as well as the general condition of the structure itself. Our inspectors will look for poor construction practices and make note of any repairs that might be required or any general maintenance issues.  More importantly, they will make note of any fire or safety issues that need to be addressed. All of our inspectors are highly trained and professional. They all dress and drive a vehicle that carry our logo so you will be assured of who is at the door.  We carry $1 Million dollars in Liability and $1 Million dollars in Errors and Omission insurance for your added peace of mind. This far exceeds the state requirement of $300,000. All full inspections also include a 90 day warranty that covers both structural and mechanical issues offering you additional security. Please take a look at the warranty tab for more information.  We at 5 Star Building Inspections, offer support after the inspection. Customers may contact us for as long as they own the home with any questions.  We also provide additional benefits to all of our customers, to help enhance the home purchase experience.  We are also here for your insurance inspection needs. Offering both 4 point inspections and wind mitigations.
JLC Home Inspection Services, llc
Residential inspections, town homes, condominiums, mobile homes
Serving Kissimmee, Davenport, Osceola county, Orlando
(689) 777-0873
Closer Look Inspection Inc
Residential, Mold, Infrared, Pool and Pool Leak, Florida Insurance reports,
Serving Orlando metro area in Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Volusia, Lake, Polk, Sumter and Marion counties
(407) 319-4608

About Orlando

Orlando Home Inspections

Finding an Orlando home inspector is an important task if you’re looking to sell your home. That’s because you want your house to be in the best shape when you finally sell the place to the new owners. On top of that, you want to be considerate and save the new owners a whole lot of headaches and a lot of money that they would otherwise need to put in to make repairs.

You’ll need a trusted home inspector that will take the time to look at every nook and cranny of your home. That’s because they have a good eye for finding a lot of things that our untrained eyes cannot. For example, a home inspector can see even a small crack in the foundation. It may look harmless to you, but it may be a different in the eyes of the inspector.

A crack in the foundation can pose a dangerous risk such as radon leaking into the home. Imagine an odorless, colorless, and tasteless gas that can be fatal with just enough exposure sneaking into your home. And you may not even know it. Another thing can be what might be growing in the places that you don’t see often such as mold.

How Long Does An Inspection Take?

Because a home inspection requires a thorough check of everything both in the home’s interior and exterior, the process will take approximately 3 to 5 hours.


What Will Be Inspected:

Since every home inspection must be done from top to bottom, here’s a list of what the inspector will be looking for:


Roof: Are the shingles in place? Are the gutters cleaned and in good shape? The inspector will check if the entire roof is solid and is not susceptible to any damage such as leaks.

Attic: Here, the ventilation system will be checked. Also, the inspector will make sure if the home is well-insulated.

Exterior: The exterior part of your home is as equally important than your interior. This part of the inspection will determine if the deck is in good shape and not falling apart. Also, every window will be checked to see if they can open and shut without any issues. Other parts of the exterior that will be inspected will include walkways, driveways, your front and back steps, and your drainage system.

Basement and Foundation: This is one part of the house that no one should neglect. The inspector will check the house’s foundation to ensure that the foundation is still solid. This will also be a place to pay close attention to as this will be a part of the house where other issues may arise such as mold growth.

Heating & Cooling System: This includes energy source and the method of how the home heats and cools.

Plumbing: This part will include the usual testing of the home’s plumbing (sinks, toilets, showers, etc.). Also, the inspector will make sure if the main water and fuel supply valves are working.

Electrical: Does the house have a circuit breaker or a fuse box? Either way, it will be checked for any blown fuses or circuits that may need to be replaced. This part also includes checking for other electrical functions and even checking for working smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors



After the inspection, you will receive a detailed report from the inspector. A copy of the report will be given to you in either a physical or digital form. In the report, the inspector will include notes on what was inspected and mention any issues that were discovered. They will also include recommendations on how those issues should be remedied.


Orlando Real Estate By The Numbers

The following is a list of statistics regarding the real estate market in Orlando, Florida. Note that these statistics are compared to figures recorded in January 2018:


  • Median Price: $26,500 (+ 1% from January 2018)
  • Sales: 1,938 ( - 14%) 
  • Pending Sales: 4,010 ( - 16%)
  • New Listings: 3,927 (+ 5%)
  • New Contracts: 2,821 (- 7%)
  • Inventory: 8,243 ( + 8%)
  • Interest Rate: 4.32%



If you’re buying or selling a home in Orlando, it’s always good to know that it has been inspected ahead of time. If you’re a seller and have not yet had your home inspected, be sure to make an appointment with one in the near future. If you’re a buyer, be sure to get any information on home inspection reports including a follow-up from the previous owners to ensure any repairs have been made.