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New Construction, Drone, Multi-family, De-winterization, Commercial, Stucco, Lead & More!
Wind Mitigation
Wind mitigation inspections, which evaluate wind-related construction features, are available for our Florida customers.
4-Point Inspections
Insurance companies often require a 4-point inspection. It assesses plumbing, electrical, roof and HVAC systems. This limited scope inspection is available to our Florida customers.
Multi-Unit Inspections
Buying a duplex, triplex or larger multi-family property? We can help you save money! We offer discounts for multi-unit inspections. Give us a call to learn more!
Seller's Inspections
Selling your home and want a competitive edge? A pre-sale inspection enables the seller to address problems before the home hits the market, which could help prevent a deal falling through caused by issues uncovered during a buyer's inspection.
New Construction
Building a new home? Allow us to perform phase inspections to ensure you are getting the quality of home you are paying for! We typically perform 3 phase inspections - Framing, Pre-Drywall & Final.
Winterization Services
During the winter months, homes become vulnerable to damage caused by colder temperatures. Allow us to safeguard your vacant property by having us perform our highly effective winterization services!
Stucco & Moisture
If you are buying a home built with stucco, including EIFS, we can help! Our trained inspectors use Infrared cameras and moisture meters to evaluate stucco and other potential moisture related problems.
Warranty Inspections
Builder warranty expiring soon? Our new home warranty inspections are designed to identify major defects that the builder is responsible for, prior to your 1 year builder warranty expiring.
Our Drone Services

LunsPro was one of the first home inspection and pest services companies in the nation to provide professional drone inspections to its customers.

Our team can deploy a high-powered drone during a home inspection to obtain the perfect view of a hard-to-reach roof, for example.

Live on-site video and clear post-inspection photos expose roof issues such as leaks, moisture, punctures, blow-offs, tenting, billowing, ponding water, improper repairs, shrinkage, blistering and more.

We can also perform drone inspections during wildlife and pest evaluations to clearly locate entry points and suggest solutions using the high quality photographs and HD video provided by the drone.

Customers who request a drone inspection will receive a full digital report containing images of the property from breathtaking vantage points, otherwise impossible to see with only a ladder or the naked eye.

How do we inspect for Stucco?

During a general home inspection, our home inspectors visually inspect stucco and note any visible defects present. For an additional fee. our company can perform a more thorough and invasive stucco and moisture test. Our EDI Certified Inspectors look for hidden moisture using the Tramex wet wall detector and infrared cameras. In most cases, especially when dealing with EIFS. a deep wall probing device is used to help evaluate the true moisture condition of the stucco. The moisture meter uses two narrow probes that require holes about a 1/4 inch in size. After testing, the holes are filled with a professional sealant that closely matches the color of the stucco. Because of the texture of the material, the patches are generally not visible. A detailed report is included with our stucco and moisture testing.

What is Hardcoat Stucco?

Hardcoat Stucco is a mortar mixture used for siding. It can be made by mixing sand and lime with water and various other ingredients, most often cement. Usually, wooden walls are covered with tar paper and chicken wire or galvanized metal screening. This framework is then covered with the stucco mixture. Sometimes, the mixture is applied directly to specially prepared masonry surfaces.

Although stucco-sided homes became popular in twentieth century America, the concept of using stucco mixtures in architecture goes back to ancient times. Wall frescoes by ancient Greeks and Romans were painted on fine-grained hard plaster surfaces made of gypsum, marble dust, and glue.

What is Synthetic Stucco?

There are many differences between genuine and synthetic stucco. Prior to the 1950s, genuine stucco was used almost exclusively to side houses.
Synthetic stucco became widely used after that period due to its lower cost. However, synthetic stucco can sometimes present many problems. For instance, it may not hold up as well to severe or wet weather as genuine stucco. Although it may be difficult to tell with the naked eye the difference between genuine and synthetic stucco, all it may take is a heavy blow or intense wind to show the inferiority of the product.

If you have a stucco home that was built after the 1950s, it’s a good idea to get a professional stucco inspection done to assess the quality of the synthetic stucco and identify whether there are any potential issues with the siding material. The team at LunsPro can help you determine whether you have genuine or synthetic stucco and will help you decide whether you may need to repair or replace the stucco.