Apopka FL Home Inspector Property Inspections Real Estate Services Launched

Orlando, Florida home inspections company ACF Home Inspections announced that its services are now available for home buyers, sellers and real estate agents in Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Lake, Polk, Sumter, Volusia and Brevard Counties.

Orlando, United States - May 17, 2019 /PressCable/ —

ACF Home Inspections, a company based in Orlando, Florida, announced that its professional home inspection services are now available for clients in Apopka, Maitland, Winter Park, Kissimmee and the rest of Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Lake, Polk, Sumter, Volusia and Brevard Counties. The company helps property buyers, sellers, and real estate agent by offering a thorough professional assessment of any property.

More information can be found at https://www.acfhomeinspections.com.

Investing in a professional home inspection is essential for both buyers and sellers. Those considering buying a property can promptly identify potentially major structural and safety issues, thus avoiding significant financial expenses, while sellers can identify and repair any potential problems to increase the market value of their property During its more than 14 years in business, ACF Home Inspections has helped more than 6,700 home buyers make the right decision by offering expert property assessment services and helping them avoid unexpected post-closure expenses.

The company has also worked with property sellers and real estate agents, offering comprehensive inspections including a thorough assessment of structural, electric, plumbing, AC and other systems, as well as mold and lead testing.

The company’s safety-first approach means that its inspectors pay particular attention to any potentially immediate dangers, thus protecting its clients from buying a “money pit.”

A spokesperson for the agency said: “As a family-owned business, we pride ourselves on supporting homeowners and families who need an honest, competent and dependable property inspector. We understand the importance of safety when it comes to children and family. Therefore, we give special attention to deficiencies in systems and components of the home that represent an immediate danger. And we are independent and impartial; we work for you – our client – and not for an agent or other interests.”

A typical inspection usually takes between three to four hours, to allow the inspector to assess all vital areas of a property thoroughly. Saturday and Sunday appointments are also available.

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above mentioned website or at https://goo.gl/maps/ek4qUKi5PgXYqJZs8

Contact Info:
Name: Luis and Wanda Fuigeroa
Organization: A.C.F. Home Inspections Inc.
Address: 509 S Chickasaw Trail #118, Orlando, FL 32825, Orlando, Florida 32825, United States
Phone: +1-407-218-6522
Website: https://www.acfhomeinspections.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 508537

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