Rely on our certified team of experts for your home inspection needs!

Our Services

Home inspections for buyers

Pre-Sell inspections for seller

Insurance inspections: Wind mitigation, 4-Point inspections, roof certifications & shutter verifications

About Us


Knowledgeable Home Inspector Experts

We have been in business in Brevard County for 20 years. Since our beginning we have completed thousands of inspections. We have 3 State-licensed inspectors.


We Notice the Little Things

Our inspectors brings their laptops and printers so you get reports on site. We encourage you to attend your inspection as this is your time to learn about the home. If you cannot attend the inspection, reports are emailed the same day. 


Be Confident In Your Property Transaction

We are available by telephone after the inspection as well for any questions.

Contact Us

Drop us a line!

Happy Home Inspections, Inc.

(321) 302-1120

Office Hours


9:00 am – 5:00 pm


9:00 am – 5:00 pm


9:00 am – 5:00 pm


9:00 am – 5:00 pm


9:00 am – 12:00 pm





Customer Reviews

"Thank you very much for your patience and proactivity on the wind mitigation for my home. I appreciate your great service as always." A.B.

"I have to say how impressed I was with the home inspection done by Ken and Tom. I learned so much from Ken about the house and I especially appreciated his taking the time to explain things and provide references for things that needed attention. I will gladly recommend your business to anyone I meet!" J.C.

"Thank you very much for all of the help with the whole process. Everything was very smooth and I appreciate that. You going above and beyond for me shows how important it is to you to make sure people you deal with are happy. Again, thank you for the great experience." D.L.

"I want to thank you again for the great home inspection you completed for me on Monday. I called the structural engineer your recommended. They viewed the home today and found that the foundation did need to be underpinned at an estimated cost of $10,000. I have some decisions to make but I am better informed because of you and your help." J.L.

"Thank you for all your help. We certainly put you through the ringer on this one but we really appreciate the time, professionalism and advice you gave us in getting this house under contract. You uncovered some potentially big headaches and we were able to get the owner to step up and repair them." D.D.

"I can't even begin to thank you for your kindness! I appreciate all you and your business has done for me throughout my home buying experience! You have a phenomenal business run by an incredible family. I wish you all the best of luck in all of your endeavors...God definitely has a hand over all of you!" B.W.

Insurance Inspections


Back  in the "good old days" all you had to do to get insurance was go down  to your insurance agent's office and pay your premium. They would issue  you a policy and they might swing by your home to get a photo of the  front. Not any more! Now you need inspections:

4-Point Inspections:  Looks at the 4 major systems of the home - roof, electric, plumbing and  heating/air conditioning. We have to document the age and condition of  those systems as well as give a life expectancy for the roof. Insurance  underwriters require us to provide photographs of those systems to  verify our findings. 

Wind Mitigation Inspections:  We fill out a Florida Department of Insurance Regulation form that  tells the insurance underwriters the features of your home that help the  home withstand hurricanes.  There are 7 questions on the form:

  1. What building code was the home built to?
  2. What is the age of the roof covering?
  3. What is the weakest roof deck attachment?
  4. What is the weakest roof-to-wall attachment?
  5. What is the shape of the roof?
  6. Is there a secondary water resistance covering under the roof?
  7. Are there any hurricane protections on the doors and windows?

Roof Certification Inspections: This  is a form used for manufactured homes or homes that are reaching the  20-year mark. The insurance underwriters want to know the age and life  expectancy of your roof. We have to include photographs to verify our  findings.