SWF Home Inspections, LLC

Property Inspector

264 South Tamiami Trail

Venice, FL 34285

MRSA1343: FLHI1452
Open Today 8:00AM - 8:00PM

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2 months ago
No integrity or honesty about this company
Hired this company in July 2016 to inspect a home I wanted to purchase. At first they seemed to be very professional, giving me a written report with pictures. When I moved in I noticed soft spots throughout the home, the worst being in spare bedroom. I called company and they directed me to their warranty company Residential Warranty Services. They informed me to get two licensed contractors to estimate what it would cost to fix problem. The contractors inspected the floor by taking up about 1x2 space of the laminate flooring in the bedroom finding rotted subfloor and black mold. The contractors then went into the crawl space and verified rotted wood and no insulation under over half the house. (This was something SWF says they will do in their inspection by going into crawl space,they also state if not satisfied they will give a 200% money back guarantee). Long story short neither company would honor their word, just another company that puts profits above people. These companies cost me thousands of dollars by not honoring their word. If you doubt my word check complaints of both of these companies with BBB as well as Facebook, Yelp etc.
Response from SWF Home Inspections, LLC
Mr Stonebruner - the missing insulation was noted in you inspection report. The inspection is a visual inspection of the property. There was furniture in the bedroom at the time of the inspection. There was a laminate floor installed. An inspector does not have xray vision to see under the laminate. I'm sure your contractor is trying to do his best job to remodel your home. Once again, missing insulation was noted in the report. This should have been looked at by a contractor during your inspection period and not months later when you took possession of the property. The warranty company totally agreed that there were underlying issues that you did not investigate before the closing. Bob Massanova General Manager