How do you handle a problem or damaging situation?
Every situation is unique. At Precise Home Watch, LLC we always troubleshoot appropriately and communicate with the homeowner or designated person(s) and have multiple resources for a variety of service providers.
How do I know who is making the visit and when the visit was made?
I will make the visit and use a GPS-enabled software with a customized checklist that can only be opened on a mobile device when at the property and provide a report after each visit that you can access from your private portal anytime, from anywhere.
What qualifies you to watch over my home?
I trained at Your Home Watch Professionals training program in Naples, FL. As well as over twenty years providing Fortune 500 companies exceptional service around the world. Precise Home Watch, LLC is a properly registered business, insured, and bonded.
Why not have a neighbor watch my home?
Neighbors are great and usually free of charge, but most of them do not have the expertise to properly check your home, which is a very large investment on your part. In most cases, neighbors will pick up the mail and newspaper, maybe take a quick look inside the home, and then watch the home from across the street. We use an extensive checklist to ensure that each potential issue can be detected before it becomes a major problem. We are available at all times, not only for regular visits, but also for an emergency. Our fees are a small price to pay for our clients to know their homes are being taken care of by trained, experienced and insured professionals.
What is a home watch service?
Home watch service consists of a regularly-scheduled assessment of both the interior and exterior of unoccupied homes. Precise Home Watch, LLC's primary emphasis is ensuring their clients’ homes are secure and there are no issues with vandalism, water leaks, animal or bug infestations, rain or storm damage, plumbing, electrical, air conditioning, mold, or various other concerns.
How frequently do you make a home watch visit?
This is both a personal and an insurance decision. It is difficult to determine exactly how often someone should have their home visited. If an issue arises, it is always best if it can be identified before it becomes a large problem. For safety reasons, once a week is best. However, many clients feel every two weeks is sufficient. Also, some insurance companies require someone to check an unoccupied home once or twice a month.
Recommended Home Watch Schedule:
Weekly for Single-family homes with a pool or waterfront location
Bi-weekly for Condos and Single-family homes
More frequently as your home or business requires
What are some of the things you do on your home watch visit?
Cycle the water which includes: brushing and flushing toilets, running water in sinks, tubs, and showers, checking for visible leaks, run the dishwasher and washing machine regularly, and more.
Do you have insurance?
Precise Home Watch, LLC has general liability Insurance.