Tie-Down Inspections

Tie-downs on manufactured homes can become corroded over time. Tie-down inspections check on the quality and condition of these metal ties to ensure safety in storms.

Precision Home & Property Inspections offers tie-down inspection services to ensure the safety of your manufactured home in bad weather. If you're living in a mobile/manufactured home, it's important to have regular tie-down inspections to check for rust, corrosion, and any other damage that could impact the stability of your home.

After Hurricane Andrew, regulations became more strict on mobile/manufactured homes. In order to make sure that your home is safe in bad weather, it's important to have a tie-down inspection done by a professional. Precision Home & Property Inspections offers tie-down inspections to ensure that your home is up to code and safe for bad weather.

If you're interested in scheduling a tie-down inspection, give us a call today! We'll be happy to help you keep your home safe during bad weather.


We're happy to answer any questions you have about our inspection services. Don't hesitate to reach out if you have additional concerns!

What does a home inspection include?

We follow the stringent guidelines and Inspection Standards of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI). The inspector typically spends 2 1/2 to 3 hours or about 1 hr. per 1,000 sq. ft. of home space performing a thorough, visual, functional and operational inspection of the many structural and mechanical components of the home. The inspection includes an evaluation of such important elements as: Grounds, Foundation, Structural, Attics, Roofs, Plumbing, Electrical, Heating, Air Conditioning, Appliances, etc. Additional available services include items such as Irrigation, Pools, Hot Tubs etc. A detailed report written in language that you can understand, will be furnished by the end of the day. We feel that a verbal consultation is a normal part of the inspection process, and we are also available for additional consultation, if you should need.

How do I understand the severity of the issues reported?

Inspections are meant to provide information about the condition of the property so that you can determine if it fails or passes your expectations and/or needs. We are not municipal or code compliance inspectors that have the authority to pass or condemn a home or building, however, we do examine, test, and report on systems and components according to the standards of practice set forth by (Inter-NACHI). We will clearly communicate the top priorities amongst the issues reported, so you know what to focus on in negotiations.

When do I call in the home inspector?

The best time to contact us is when you are in the **contract stage** of the buying process. Once the contract has been accepted by both buyer and seller, the allotted "inspection days" start counting down.

Areas We Serve

Proudly serving Central Florida since 2004.

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We make getting a home inspection easy. You can schedule your inspection by filling out our contact form or calling us at 352-742-3222. We're thorough, professional, and always here to help.