Home Inspection - 4 Point - Wind Mitigation

Buying and selling a home are two important investment moves. The last thing you want are unexpected surprises which could jeopardize or stall your home purchase or sale. 

To avoid these unexpected surprises, a home inspection can allow you to know as much as possible, prevent surprises, and provide an objective view of your purchase, giving you more confidence in your decision. 

If you are selling your home, a pre-sale inspection allows you to know what you can repair or update before putting your home on the market, which may optimize your sale.  

Code of Ethics and NACHI Standards

Hiring a professional licensed certified home inspector, who follows a code of ethics and standards, can give you confidence in your home purchase.

You Are Welcome to be Present

We welcome you to be present during the inspection process so you can become educated about the property you are buying or the possible issues with a home you are selling. 

Inspection Services Provided

Home Inspections

Home inspections include both interior and exterior detailed assessments and reports that identify possible safety issues or repairs, and provide information for the home buyer to include in ongoing home maintenance. 

4 Point Insurance Inspection


A 4 Point inspection is often required by insurance companies when obtaining or renewing home insurance and includes the four main systems of a home; electrical, plumbing, roof and air conditioning.

Wind Mitigation


High winds during storms may cause damage to a home. Only a qualified inspector can properly document wind mitigation features needed to obtain insurance discounts.

Your Home Inspector

Licensed Certified HI12109 CPI NACHI18051635

Kevin Egan is the owner and operator of KEi Services. 

He lives and works in Pinellas County, raising his family and supporting his community.  

Kevin has over 15 years of experience in commercial and residential properties with a deep understanding of building and construction. 

Kevin is a graduate of the InterNACHI School, and is a Certified Professional Inspector® of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. Certified Professional Inspectors® are InterNACHI members who have completed additional certification requirements, and are required to participate in ongoing continuing education to maintain certification. He is licensed in the State of Florida as a Home Inspector. 



Every home is unique. In rare cases, additional fees may apply and some services may not be available. You will have the opportunity to review our pre-inspection agreement before submitting payment.