(352) 476-9698 Inverness, FL 34450

Eagle Comprehensive Home Inspections

Experienced Home Inspectors


A thorough property or home inspection is just what you need to make your home more marketable or to give you peace of mind when buying. Simply call on us today to get started.

Home Inspection FAQs

Home inspections can leave buyers and sellers with many questions. Please review our FAQs or call us should you require any additional information about our thorough services.

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. 
Saturday & Sunday, As Needed


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Who We Are

Count on the home inspectors from Eagle Comprehensive Home Inspections located in Citrus County, Florida, for thorough inspections of a home and property. Backed by many years of experience, we examine all the major elements of the home, such as the roof, structure, exterior siding, interior electrical, and more for buyers, sellers, and owners alike.

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Contact our home inspectors to request a quote for an inspection to ensure there aren't issues with a property before buying.

Benefits of Infrared During a Home Inspection

An infrared camera is able to produce images of invisible infrared or heat radiation, providing the inspector with exact temperature measurements if needed. Thermal energy (light) is not visible to the human eye because its wavelength is too long. By using thermal imaging, the visual images add another layer to your other senses (smell, sight, hearing and touch) and can be further confirmed with other tools, like a moisture meter.

Infrared testing can reveal hidden issues

Because of its ability to capture more information than the human eye you will learn about current issues and areas where your home is at risk for developing an even larger issue. Issues infrared can detect include: water problems, missing or fallen insulation, clogs in plumbing systems, radiant heat issues and HVAC deficiencies  

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Infrared is a tool that tells you your home inspector is serious about his profession

By hiring an inspector who uses infrared technology, you are increasing your chances of getting a superior home inspection and working with a home inspector that wants to provide the most accurate information to their client, for the same fee as a normal inspector.  

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