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Comprehensive Home Watch Services For As Little As $1.35/day!

Service pricing is based on your home's square footage under air + any customized services you request.

WHAT DO YOU GAIN? Peace of mind about the condition of your valuable Florida property twice a month for LESS than the price of a moderate dinner out for two!

Low Home Watch Fees - Best Value

We will tailor fit a service package to your specific needs!

Our Home Watch Professionals Are Clearly Identifiable

We believe your neighbors need to know who we are and what we are doing at your home. The last thing you need is your neighbors becoming complacent with strange or unidentifiable people on your property going in and out of your home. That is why our service professionals always wear the same type clothing and have identity credentials attached to their shirt in plain view for all to see. We are also VERY approachable and encourage your neighbors to strike up a conversation with us!

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We offer discounts and special offers if you help us grow our business. We need to add to our client base and if you help us with our growth we feel you deserve to be compensated. (Details)

If you are potential Sarasota home watch client we recommend using Gulf Breeze Home Watch service.

If you are potential Palm Harbor home watch client we recommend using Bayside Home Watch service.

If you are potential Naples/Bonita Springs client we recommend using Neopolitan Home Watch service.

If you are potential Marco Island/Naples client we recommend using Safe Harbor Home Watch service.

All of these home watch companies utilize the HWSoft™ Home Watch Software platform to help maintain their business

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Why Hire Wright
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Insured & Bonded
Over 25yrs of Building Maintenance Experience
Decades of Business Experience
Locally Owned & Operated
The owner has been a full time resident of Southwest Florida since 2003
Friendly and reliable team of home watch professionals
All associates have an extensive background in home watch and/ or home inspection services
Drug free company - Zero drug/alcohol tolerance policy
Associates must pass an intensive background check.
Comprehnsive client portal available 24/7
Online reporting system providing real time notices
Well capitalized company with zero debt

Thanks again for being there and saving our house from a potential fire! What would we do without you?

Brian R.
East York, Ontario

Thank You Very Much! I appreciate your reliable service, and very thorough reports.

Janice M.
Falmouth, MA

We have been very pleased with your service and prompt e-mail reports. You are a great find for us and you have given us peace of mind that our new home is being watched by true professionals.

Yvonne & John.
Rehoboth Beach, DE

You run a great business!

Joan & Don F.
St. Helena, CA

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Real Time Inspection Concerns

Below is a streaming list of concerns we have found today, yesterday, this past week, past month in real time. Each time an inspection is posted the list changes. Of course client privacy is our #1 priority so nothing found below will/can identify the home or owner just the primary concerns we found and the date.


Of the 25,503 service calls we have performed 18,719 have had issues that needed to be addressed/reported to the client!!
We have removed those inspections that had no noteable concerns to bring to a client's attention.

If you need a home watch company that truly provides a detailed, valuable and reliable service,
we do and below is proof!!


Displaying Are Records 26 to 50 of 18719

10/3/23: New roof construction has not changed in appearance since the last service call. Roof appears to be waiting for new tiles. Brought in five pieces of mail & one package see photos below. Pool Bathroom renovation progress photo below. All the gutter downspout’s will need to be reattached after roof construction is completed. Wine chiller in kitchen area read 55. Portable dehumidifier in laundry room read 50. Mini fridge & keg cooler on lanai were both on & cold. Monitoring all previous water stains on the ceilings closely. Visual check of the boat photo below. All storm shutters are closed.
10/3/23: I ran water through exterior fridge door. I did not run water through the garbage disposal side but I did run the disposal for a second.
10/3/23: The toilet bowl brush handle snapped when I began to brush the master bathroom toilet, reported previously. I’m completely puzzled as today the smoke detector is chirping again indicating the batteries are low and if you recall. I changed them and reset the smoke detector. I don’t have my 13 foot ladder with me today so I can’t check it out. The batteries are used were purchased in July and they are Duracell Coppertop’s the only kind I buy.
10/3/23: Replaced blown lightbulb in living room lamp. Client will address broken mirror in dining room when they return. The lawn has a large brown spot in the front yard on the left side of the driveway. The wood doorframe is rotted on both sides along the bottom of the garage rear entry door. The alarm keypad has several alerts on the display. The master bathroom left sink is tagged for leaking from the trap when water is running. Client will repair when they return. Monitoring the previous water stain on the kitchen ceiling closely. There are cracks in the stucco in several locations around the residence. The gutters around the entire residence may need to be pressure washed soon. All storm shutters are closed. Left the water main on for the pool water auto filler when leaving.
10/3/23: The master bathroom bathtub faucet handle has quit working properly & it was difficult to turn the water back off after running it. It appears to possibly be the cartridge in the handle failing. I have tagged it as such for now & client can address when they return. Brought in two pieces of mail see photo below. Will be bringing all important mail to the post office for forwarding. Mini fridge in kitchen area was on & cold. Checked all light timers. Visual check of the dock. Lanai temporarily fenced in & waiting to be replaced. Monitoring the filled in hole by the seawall closely. All storm shutter panels are on.
10/3/23: Drive by. Put both empty garbage cans back inside the garage. Made sure the water heater, range & water main were off before leaving.
10/2/23: Pool draws from the center bottom drain per client. Next time you have the lanai deck power washed you may want to have him also do the top cage canopy cross members, reported previously.
10/2/23: A section of the child safety gate around the pool was not latched again, I latched it.
10/2/23: I did not water any plants based on the moisture reading of my plant moisture meter. I poured 4 oz of vinegar down the HVAC air handler condensate tube followed by 10 oz of water. Permit packet to remain out front per client. The front weeds are in need of attention, photos below. Weeds growing in the cracks of the lanai pavers, previously reported. The main long front pool cage screen has separated from the bottom channel, reported previously.
10/2/23: Right side MB sink drains very slowly. I vacuumed out the HVAC drain. The disposal is tagged at the switch not to run. Your wooden gate is broken and won’t close, photos below. I started the car and it idled during the service call.
10/2/23: The automatic pool cleaner is not working again. The pool level is 2/3 the skimmer port. I checked the small storage room off the pool. The lawn has some browning, reported previously. The water main was on upon arrival, off upon departure. The ceiling spots in the dining area I believe have gotten worse, reported previously. I moved the thermostat back to 80 based on the humidity I found inside today.
10/2/23: Some browning of the front lawn, reported previously. I sprayed one wasp nests one out front on the front left corner of the house.
10/2/23: Home under renovation from flood damage. Pool level is about 2/3 skimmer port and auto water fill is working. The key hole needed some WD40 to lubricate it so it worked better.
10/2/23: I walked the house twice to ensure the water faucets were off to all showers, tubs, and toilets. I can see about 5 shingles that have blown off, reported previously. I swept up ants in the master bath and under the living room windows.
10/2/23: I watered 1 plant on the lanai based on my plant moisture meter readings. I started the car and let it idle during the service call. The toilet in the bathroom that has a tub will not fill. The fill mechanism is broken. I am using a pan from the kitchen to fill the tank in order to flush the toilet. The front storm door doesn’t latch. The shower head in the bath with the shower is leaking at the wall, so it’s tagged not to run the shower. I am using the pan mentioned above to fill the shower trap. The spot on the ceiling in the hall above the thermostat appears to have gotten larger to me but it does not look to be wet or darker. Could it be the spot bleeding through the paint?
10/2/23: Some mail but just sales fliers. Browning front plant, photo below. Both HVAC filters should be changed as they have mold growing on the top of each, photos below. I could not easily find replacement filters.
10/2/23: I watered 3 plants on the lanai as indicated I should by the soil moisture meter. Circuit breaker 34 (kitchen GFI) will not reset, so it will remain off. Several palm fronds in the yard. Brought in pool slip dated 9/27/23. Browning of the yard still has not recovered, reported previously.
9/29/23: The fence is gone on the one side of your yard, reported previously. Several dead flies in various parts of the house, reported previously. It doesn’t seem to have gotten worse. Nothing in the mail appears important. I started the car and it idled during the service call. A small bowl is on the front wall leading to your home, photo below.
9/29/23: Poured 2oz of bleach in each toilet.
9/29/23: Forwarding mail with the pre postage envelope, this was the last one. I started the car and it idled during the service call. Screen damage to 3 panels on the lanai, photos below. Browning of the yard persists, pool hoot below.
9/29/23: The ants in the bathroom have returned a bit, mainly along the window sill and along the base of the sinks, I cleaned them up. I did not gonad any live pests. The pool pump torn apart and the timer box was open. I closed the box as there is no need to expose it to the weather, photos below. Moved both thermostats to 77 based on the humidity readings today.
9/29/23: Kitchen pantry door still waiting to be installed. Made sure all interior doors were open for air circulation. Flushed the master bathroom toilet by turning the supply valve on & off. The water supply valve to the ice maker under the kitchen sink is off. Put the key back in the lock box & put the lock back on the water main when leaving.
9/29/23: I poured 4 ounces of vinegar down the HVAC condensate tube. I put the air handler door back on securely. There appears to be some ceiling issues that I can’t quite explain. First of all in the living room, there is some paint that seems to be sagging pretty much in the center have been watching it into me. It appears it’s gotten a little bit worse, photos below. There are also some shadows That appear to be old stains that are starting to come through in that area as well, photo flow. They are not wet looking as they don’t have a brown edge, so I think it’s just a bleedthrough stain. However, in the master bedroom, and the guest bedroom closet there are stains on the ceiling that look as if they’re wet, photos below. especially in the master bedroom as that stain is on the far outside corner and there’s paint that has bubbled on the wall. I’m not sure the photos will show that, but that makes me curious as to what may have happened. There is absolutely no dampness, wetness or water sitting anywhere just apparent ceiling damage.
9/29/23: The walls & ceilings have been textured & ceilings painted since the last service call see photos below. Was unable to run any water as the entire residence is being renovated and most of the plumbing fixtures have been disconnected. Made sure both water mains were off.
9/29/23: Both lamps in the living room are on. Checked all damp rids. Some screens & panels torn on lanai.
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