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We Can Also Work on Your 40/50 Year Recertification!

With our years of experience, we have been dedicated to providing reliable recertification inspections. Our service is cost-effective without sacrificing the quality of each inspection done.

What Is a Recertification Inspection?

This is a mandatory inspection done every 10 years for structures 40 years old to ensure that they are still holding up. This means meeting the safety standards and the current building codes as well as being updated with the repairs necessary. Recertification is a necessary process as mandated by Section 8-11(f) of the Code of Miami Dade County. Here, a Florida Architect or Engineer inspects the property to certify its safety. The inspection is done in specific areas including structural and electrical concerns, as indicated in the Minimum Inspection Procedural Guidelines forms. After the inspection, the form is prepared, signed, and sealed by your licensed inspector.

The Importance of Certified Recertification Specialists

Given the necessity of the recertification inspection, a lot of firms are now claiming to be qualified inspectors. However, having inspections done by untrained and unlicensed inspectors could lead to tragic consequences. To verify the authenticity of your recertification specialist, make sure that they are qualified and certified by the Department of Business and Professional Regulation to conduct the service as an Architectural or Engineering firm. Make sure that the firm also carries Professional Liability Insurance. This makes their firm accountable for errors or omissions in inspections.

It is in your best interest to request the assistance of a qualified inspector like ML Engineering and Inspection Services. We provide structural, electrical, plumbing, fire alarm, and lighting inspections, among others, to help you comply and satisfy your city’s ‘Notice of Required Inspection.’ We then use this information to identify your property’s potential hazards and create a plan of action to resolve it.

Do you need more information about our services? Don’t hesitate to send them in here. We’ll get back to you as soon as we can.