Four-Point Insurance Inspections


Become a Certified Four Point Inspector

Florida Citizens Insurance Form:

Citizens Roof and 4-Point Inspection Forms are available from their website at

Must be Licensed: 

As of September 30, 2012, "all inspection forms must be inspected and completed by a verifiable Florida-licensed professional. Without a verifiable, certified inspector’s dated signature, the form will not be accepted. The following FLORIDA-LICENSED individuals may complete a 4-Point Inspection for Citizens in its entirety: 
  • A general, residential, or building contractor
  • A building code inspector
  • A registered architect
  • A home inspector
  • A professional engineer
  • A building code official who is authorized by the State of Florida to verify building code compliance
Note: A trade-specific, licensed professional may sign off only on their trade component of the 4-Point inspection form (e.g., a roofing inspector may sign off only on the roofing portion of the form)."

Training, Certification, & Logo:


Florida-Specific Message Board:

Ask questions to other FL 4-Point Inspectors at

Customized Agreement for 4-Point Inspections:

Use InterNACHI's online agreement system (free and online for members) to create a customized agreement/contract for performing 4-point inspections for your clients.

4-Point Inspection Training Videos:


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Additional Resources:

In August 2007, Citizens Property Insurance officially approved InterNACHI's Universal Four-Point Insurance Inspection form: