Orlando's Best Home Inspection: My goal with each inspection!
Mission Statement: Provide one of Orlando's Best Home Inspections to all my clients based on experience, training, equipment and technology.
More than 30 years State Certified General Contractor CGC 019564
Past member Florida Association Of Building Inspectors (FABA) RPI 0192 (One of the first 200 Members)
InterNACHI Member NACHI10081004
All Lines Adjuster Past P142436
Past FEMA Certified 3000316
Florida Home Inspector HI 225 (One of the first 225 licensed by the state)
Florida Mold Assessor License "Past" MRSA 106 (one of the first 110 licensed by the state)
Florida Sales Associates License "Past" SL 3044693
Orlando Home Inspection Service that's second to none. Gordy Haynes has built Thousands of Square Feet of all kinds of Orlando Real Estate and done Orlando Home Inspections before the state required Home Inspector Licensure...with that in mind, when you have an Orlando Home Inspection from State Licensed Orlando Home Inspector, Gordy Haynes, you get a Home Inspection from someone that knows Orlando Homes and Orlando Home Construction.
An Orlando Home Inspection From Orlando Home Inspector, Gordy Haynes is an Orlando Home Inspectionthat comes from years of hands on construction experience. Gordy got his State of Florida General Contractors license more than thirty years ago and has built so many Orlando Homes. He and his company and associated Orlando Home Inspection Professionals will give you one of Orlando's Best Home Inspections. It's an Orlando Home Inspection that is founded by years of experience that shows with all his Home Inspections. As well as some of the Best and most Technical Home Inspection Reporting Software around. We offer a great optional service with your Orlando Home Inspection. The inspection report often runs 50-65 pages and we also offer and Optional Cost Estimate of the issues found. That "Optional" report can run anywhere from 30-60 pages long or more and includes many detailed images and explanations of the issues found.
Orlando Home Inspection, over the years, Orlando Home Inspector and Orlando General Contractor, Gordy Haynes has built a lot of single family units that include, Orlando Custom Homes, Orlando Multi-Family, Orlando Home Improvement, Orlando Home Repair, Orlando Home Addition, Orlando Kitchen and Orlando Bathroom Remodels. As well as Residential Single and Multi-Family Dwellings, light Commercial and light Industrial Projects, Commercial Specialty Projects, many Insurance Restoration Projects as well as Orlando Kitchen Additions Orlando Kitchen Renovations and many other local and West Florida Projects. He has been licensed a Florida State Certified General Contractor without interruption for over thirty years. For one of the Best Orlando Home Inspections around, remember Orlando Home Inspector, Gordy Haynes.
Orlando Home Inspections by Home Inspector, Gordy Haynes. He was one of the first 225 Orlando Home Inspectors licensed by the State of Florida. The state now has thousands of home inspectors. He also is licensed as a Florida All Lines Adjuster, A State Certified General Contractor, he is a "PAST" FEMA Certified home flood inspector, was one of Florida Association of Building Inspectors (FABI) first 200 Orlando Home Inspectorspassing his proctored exam with FABI in the 1990's (Past Member Now), he holds an inactive State of Florida Real Estate Sales Associate license, an inactive State of Florida Mold Assessors License, he is a current member of interNACHI, the worlds largest Home Inspection and educational home inspection organization, he is proficient with Xactimate, the national standard for Orlando Home Insurance and Construction Estimating, he is proficient with AutoCAD and does much of the graphic art related to this Orlando Home Inspection website and Orlando Home Inspection Company. This About page can tell you he has a Home Inspector's membership with other Home Inspection related organizations.
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