Features of our Inspections:
  • Specially Trained "Certified Inspectors" BUYER BEWARE: InterNACHI turns down more than half the inspectors who want to join because they can't fulfill the membership requirements!
  • BUYER BEWARE: We "DO NOT" offer Repairs of any kind nor are we tied in with any repair companies, we focus only on Inspections! This means that you "NEVER" have to wonder if we are telling you that you have a problem in order to get the EXPENSIVE job of repairing your House. We represent you "Exclusively" in order to protect your best interests!
  • "Extensive" & Very Thorough Home Inspections Performed (Interior & Exterior). Reports (our average report is over 60 pages and includes over 180 labeled photographs). No other company offers this extensive of a Home Inspection report!
  • "State of the Art" Home Inspection Reports
Contact us at (772)410-9000 to find out how we can help you.

Other Inspection Services we provide include:
4 Point Inspections, Home Warranty Inspections, Property Condition Inspections, Chinese Drywall Inspections, Home Insurance Inspections & Citizen’s Insurance (RCF) Roof Certification Inspections

  • My Promise to You!

    Choosing the right Home Inspector can be difficult. Unlike most professionals, you probably will not get to meet me until after you hire me. Furthermore, different Inspectors have varying qualifications, equipment, experience, reporting methods, and yes, different pricing. One thing for sure is that a Home Inspection requires work, a lot of work. Ultimately a thorough Inspection depends heavily on the individual Inspectors’ own effort. If you honor me by permitting me to Inspect your Home, I guarantee that I will give you my very best effort. This I promise you.

    John Pacella- Inspector/Owner “Welcome Home”
    Home Inspection Services Company

    NACHI Certified Home Inspector – Click Here to View

The Best Choice for Home Inspection Services

Now you can put our outstanding reputation for service and reliability to work for you. By using Welcome Home – Home Inspection Services, you benefit from experienced Home Inspectors that deliver Home Inspection reports that meet or exceed the state standards. We also meet or exceed The Code Of Ethics of The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) as well as Standards of Practice for Performing a General Home Inspection of The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI).

We also encourage your Presence during the Home Inspection. By being Present at the Home Inspection our professional Home Inspector can familiarize you with the Home and explain things to you as they move through the House.

Our Home Inspectors are bound to a strict Code of Ethics, (Click Here to View Code of Ethics) and they are also bound to our Standards of Practice for Performing a General Home Inspection (Click Here to View Standards of Practice for Performing a General Home Inspection). What does this mean for you? This ensures that you will receive the “Highest Quality” service. For example, our Home Inspectors must:
  • Work Exclusively for the Customer
  • Follow Nationally Accepted Standards of Practice (Click Here to View)
  • Not Perform Repairs on Any Home Inspected
  • Follow Nationally Accepted Code of Ethics (Click Here to View)

Our Home Inspectors are trained to be familiar with a wide variety of situations. We believe that consumers have the right to expect the highest standards of thoroughness, fairness and effectiveness from their Home Inspector.

All of our Home Inspection reports must be authentic and stand up to critical examination. We continue to build our reputation one Home Inspection at a time to ensure you get the highest quality service you can expect from us.

Home Inspection Reports: What to Expect
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An experienced Home Inspector will Prepare your Home Inspection Reports with easy-to-read details on:

  • The Condition of every major component from the Roof to the foundation
  • Major and minor deficiencies
  • Any major expenditures necessary
  • What to watch out for
  • Helpful Home Preservation tips
  • Safety concerns
  • Plus much moreStandard Home Inspection: What We Check

Our Home Inspector will review the detailed report with you to make sure you understand everything and answer any remaining questions.


Our program has been designed to assure you a thorough, easy to understand overview of the Conditions of the Home you are about to purchase. Buying a Home is not something you do every day and we provide the information you need for peace of mind.


  • We assure the Inspection of and report on, over 400 items
  • We deliver a detailed report to you before we leave the House
  • We Point out major and minor deficiencies to give you the complete picture on your new Home's Condition
  • We identify any major expenditures coming up so you can budget these potential expenses
  • We identify any potential safety hazards Present
  • We show you how various systems work
  • We review and explain the Conditions found

What Does a Typical Home Inspection Cover?

  • External Conditions & Surfaces
  • Roof, Attic, Insulation & Ventilation
  • Plumbing & Electrical Systems
  • Appliances
  • Heating & Cooling Systems
  • Foundations, Slabs & Floors
  • Walls & Ceilings
  • Garage, Walls & Driveway

What Really Matters in a Home Inspection

Buying a Home? The process can be stressful.  A Home Inspection is supposed to give you peace of mind, but often has the opposite effect.  You will be asked to absorb a lot of information in a short time.  This often includes a written report, a checklist, photographs, environmental reports, and what the Inspector himself says during the Inspection.  All this, combined with the Seller's disclosure and what you notice yourself, makes the experience even more overwhelming.  What should you do?

Relax.  Most of your Inspection will be maintenance recommendations, life expectancies for various systems and components, and minor imperfections. These are useful to know about.  However, the issues that really matter will fall into Four categories:

  1. major defects.  An example of this would be a structural failure;
  2. things that lead to major defects, such as a small Roof-flashing leak, for example;
  3. things that may hinder your ability to finance, legally occupy, or insure the Home; and
  4. safety hazards, such as an exposed, live buss bar at the electrical panel.

Anything in these categories should be addressed.  Often, a serious problem can be corrected inexpensively to protect both life and Property (especially in categories 2 and 4).

Most Sellers are honest and are often surprised to learn of defects uncovered during an Inspection.  Realize that Sellers are under no obligation to repair everything mentioned in the report.  No Home is perfect.  Keep things in perspective.  Do not kill your deal over things that do not matter.  It is inappropriate to demand that a Seller address deferred maintenance, Conditions already listed on the Seller's disclosure, or nit-picky items.

Choosing the Right Home Inspector

Buying a Home?  It's probably the most expensive purchase you'll ever make.  This is no time to shop for a cheap Inspection.  The cost of a Home Inspection is very small relative to the value of the Home being Inspected.  The additional cost of hiring an InterNACHI Certified Professional Inspector® is almost insignificant.  

You have recently been crunching the numbers, negotiating offers, adding up closing costs, shopping for mortgages, and trying to get the best deals.  Don't stop now.  Don't let your Real Estate agent, a "patty-cake" Inspector, or anyone else talk you into skimping here.  InterNACHI Certified Inspectors  perform the best Inspections by far. 

InterNACHI Certified Inspectors earn their fees many times over.  They do more, they deserve more, and -- yes -- they generally charge a little more. Do yourself a favor... and pay a little more for the quality Inspection you deserve.

The licensing of Home Inspectors only sets a minimum standard.  Much like being up to code, any less would be illegal.  Imaginary people, children, psychics (who claim to "sense" if a House is OK) and even pets can theoretically be Home Inspectors.  InterNACHI, the International Association of Certified Home Inspectorsfront-ends its membership requirements.

InterNACHI Inspectors:

  • have to pass InterNACHI's Online Inspector Examination, and re-take and pass it every three years (it's free and open to everyone, and free to re-take);
  • have to complete InterNACHI's online Code of Ethics Course (free to take after joining, and self-paced);
  • have to take InterNACHI's online Standards of Practice Course (free to take after joining, and self-paced);
  • must submit a signed Membership Affidavit;
  • substantially adhere to InterNACHI's Standards of Practice;
  • abide by InterNACHI's Code of Ethics;
  • have to submit Four mock Inspection reports to InterNACHI's Report Review Committee (for free) before performing their first paid Home Inspection for a client if the candidate has never performed a fee paid Home Inspection Previously;
  • within the first year of membership, have to successfully pass the following free online, accredited, and self-paced courses and exams:
    • InterNACHI’s "Safe Practices for the Home Inspector" course,
    • InterNACHI’s "25 Standards Every Inspector Should Know" course,
    • InterNACHI’s "Residential Plumbing Overview for Inspectors" course,
    • InterNACHI’s "How to Perform Residential Electrical Inspections" course,
    • InterNACHI’s "How to Perform Roof Inspections" course,
    • InterNACHI’s "How to Inspect HVAC Systems" course,
    • InterNACHI’s "Structural Issues for Home Inspectors" course,
    • InterNACHI’s "How to Perform Exterior Inspections" course,
    • InterNACHI’s "How to Inspect the Attic, Insulation, Ventilation and Interior" course,
    • InterNACHI’s "How to Perform Deck Inspections" course,
    • InterNACHI’s "How to Inspect for Moisture Intrusion" course, and
    • InterNACHI’s "How to Inspect Fireplaces, Stoves, and Chimneys" course.
  • have to pursue Inspection related training by taking 24 hours of additional accredited Continuing Education each year;
  • have to maintain their Online Continuing Education Log (free), per InterNACHI's rigorous Continuing Education policy;
  • have access to InterNACHI's Message Board for exchanging information and tips with colleagues and experts;
  • have access to InterNACHI's "What's New" section so that they can keep up with the latest news and events in the Inspection industry;
  • have access to InterNACHI's time tested Inspection Agreement, which keeps them (and you) away from lawsuits;
  • have access to InterNACHI's Report Review/Mentoring Service;
  • have to carry E&O Insurance (if their state requires it);
  • have access to a Real Estate agent Hold-Harmless Clause;
  • and have access to many other benefits, training, marketing tools and information to help themselves, as well as consumers and Real Estate professionals, provided for free by the world's largest Inspector association.

So, the next time you need a Home Inspector (or need to refer your clients to one), make sure that Inspector is a member of InterNACHI.