Home Inspection


-Home Inspections Include Thermal Imaging!

Residential Inspection of Homes, Town Homes, & Condominiums.

Home Inspection performed by JCM Building Services, will provide you with an opportunity to become familiar with the functions and conditions of your home. At JCM Building Services, I work for you, in a fair, honest, clear and concise manner. Buying a home is probably the most expensive purchase you will ever make. My Home Inspection will educate you about the home your buying and assist you in making a confident decision about your chosen property.

In addition to being a Licensed Home Inspector, I’m also a Licensed General Contractor.  A General Contractor’s License is the highest level licensing in the construction and building industry.  I bring over 30 years of experience & education in construction & building science, to your Home Inspection.

At JCM Building Services, you can be certain that your inspection is performed with the most sophisticated equipment in the Home Inspection industry.  Thermal camera, moisture meter, laser thermometer, and other tools, are all utilized as part of a JCM Building Services Home Inspection.

A home inspection report from JCM Building Services details the condition of the home’s HVAC system, interior plumbing, electrical system, roof, attic, interior and exterior walls, ceilings, floors, windows, doors, and visible structure. Our inspection report represents a snapshot in time of the home’s physical condition at the time of inspection.

                 Proudly Serving Port St. Lucie, Ft. Pierce, Stuart, Palm City, Jensen Beach, Sewells Point, Tequesta, Jupiter, Palm Beach County, Martin County, St. Lucie County, & The Treasure Coast!

   What is Inspected





     WATER HEATER     






    GUTTERS  & GRADING      












  • Roof, vents, flashing, and trim.
  • Gutters and downspouts.
  • Decks, stoops, porches, walkways and railings.
  • Eaves, soffits, fascia.
  • Grading and drainage.
  • Foundations and crawlspaces.
  • Water penetration and foundation movement.
  • Heating and cooling systems.
  • Water heater.
  • Interior plumbing fixtures and faucets.
  • Electrical service line and meter.
  • Electrical main disconnect and service.
  • Grounding and bonding.
  • GFCIs and AFCIs.
  • And much, more…


 Ten Important Questions to Ask Your Home Inspector

1. What does your inspection cover?

A home inspection from JCM Building Services is performed in accordance to the Standards Of Practice and Code OF Ethics created by the Inter National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI). The Standards Of Practice can be found viewed by clicking the Standards Of Practice tab at the top of the page.

2. How long have you been practicing in the home inspection profession and how many inspections have you completed?

I have been involved in many facets of Real Estate, Construction, and Home Remodeling over the past 31 years. I have been an active Home Inspector since 2008. I have performed hundreds of paid inspections.

3. Are you specifically experienced in residential inspection?

I am a Certified General Contractor and Licensed Home Inspector. I have over 30 years experience in Real Estate Investment, Residential Construction, Home Remodeling, and Home Inspections.

4. Do you offer to do repairs or improvements based on the inspection?

No, absolutely not. Involvement in repairs is absolutely forbidden by the NACHI Code of Ethics.

5. How long will the inspection take?

On average, a Home Inspection by JCM Building Service should take 2-3 hours to complete the onsite portion of the inspection. The written report usually takes an additional 1-2 hour to prepare. The report is then emailed to you following the inspection.

6. How much will it cost?

The price of your Home Inspection will vary on the size of your home and the type of inspections required. Please call me for a price quote.

If your shopping for prices, I offer this advice. Don’t hire your inspector based upon price alone. Hire your inspector based upon how they communicate with you. Are they patient and informative, or, condescending and demeaning? A Home Inspection is a learning event and your inspectors ability to communicate with you is more important than saving a couple of dollars.

In addition to being a Licensed Home Inspector, I’m also a Licensed General Contractor. Most of my competitors are only licensed Home Inspectors and lack the level of experience or education in construction and building science to qualify for a contractor’s license.

7. What type of inspection report do you provide and how long will it take to receive the report?

A Home Inspection report from JCM Building Services is an electronic document filled with pictures and recommendations. The inspection report is delivered to you via email in a PDF format within 24 hours. It can be easily printed and used as a paper document

8. Will I be able to attend the inspection?

Yes, It is better if you attend. You can ask questions and get more out of the inspection by attending.

9. Do you maintain membership in a professional home inspector association?

Yes, I am a proud member of the Inter National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI).

10. Do you participate in continuing education programs to keep your expertise up to date?

Yes, I am required to complete continuing education hours to maintain my membership in NACHI, and maintain my General Contractors and Home Inspectors licenses.

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