Certainly, there are a good number of reputable home and commercial building inspectors available to you. But wouldn’t you feel more secure about buying or selling a property if you could know nearly as much as the inspector does? In other words, if you could learn about various systems and structural details, and be able to check into several issues yourself, wouldn’t that prove to be a more satisfying experience?
AcuSystem educates and makes maintenance recommendations at every step of the way. Not only do we make it our passion to closely inspect every item in your home or building, we make recommendations your budget can afford. Is there a way to save you money with some maintenance issues? If so, we will be glad to help steer you in that direction.
Ideal for older homes with potentially unsafe roofs and tall buildings.
We want you to be totally satisfied. With over 30+ years of inspection experience and all the industry- recommended certifications on our side, AcuSystem will deliver expert inspection service and get there within 24 hours of your inspection request. Please take a few minutes to educate yourself on what we offer by visiting the information-packed pages within our website. You’ll discover a lot of reasons why AcuSystem inspectors are the preferred choice of knowledgeable property owners and home buyers throughout the West Coast of Florida.
ASHI Certified Inspector
The American Society of Home Inspectors, Inc. (ASHI) is considered to be one of the most respected Home Inspector Associations that a Licensed Inspector can join; it’s also the oldest association in the industry. ASHI is the only Home Inspector Association that is recognized as a certifying body by the National Commission for Certifying Agencies (NCCA).
To be an ASHI Certified Inspector is to make a commitment to high standards in industry practices and an even higher standard of ethics. Being ASHI certified means that we stay current with the most recent trends and technology in our field, while ensuring we continue our education in our industry with the best and brightest instructors available.
InterNACHI Certified Inspector
The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) is the world’s leading association for home inspectors. The basic standards of recognition and membership requirements are some of the most stringent compared to other associations. Being InterNACHI Certified guarantees that your home inspector meets superior quality and educational and licensing requirements.
Members must pass rigorous coursework and examinations to display their competency in all types of home inspections, as well as meeting a strict Code of Ethics before they can be called InterNACHI Certified.
Other Licenses, Certifications, Memberships, and Affiliations
AcuSystem Inspections believes wholeheartedly in continuing education for all of our building and home inspectors. In addition to continued membership in the above Associations, each inspector from AcuSystem Inspections holds the following licenses and certifications:
Florida Inspector Licenses
Mold Inspection Certificates
Pest Inspection Certificates
AcuSystem Inspections also believes in taking part in our local community and staying connected with our fellow business associates. We are members of GTAR (Greater Tampa REALTORS®) where we are held in high esteem by many Tampa real estate agents. Our commitment to building relationships also expands to the Brandon, Riverview, and Lakeland areas, where we are members of the Brandon Chamber of Commerce, Riverview Chamber of Commerce, and have strong relationships within the Lakeland Realtors Group.
Commitment to Continuing Education
While our ASHI and InterNACHI memberships require us to maintain a certain level of continued education each year, all of our building and home inspectors maintain double the annual training requirements required of them. We also take advantage of the opportunities provided to us through these memberships to attend industry seminars and educational courses.
We are also highly committed to providing a team-oriented workplace, a place in which each inspector is encouraged to share unique and complicated inspections of homes and buildings so that we can all share in the knowledge gained from such an inspection.