*Cooktops, Ranges & Ovens
*Food Waste Disposals
*Range Hoods & Exhaust Systems
*Garage Door Operators
*Built-in Microwave Ovens
*Dryer Exhaust Systems
*Restroom Mechanical Exhaust
The state of Texas via the Texas Real Estate Commission has created a Standards of Procedures that all Licensed Home Inspectors in the state are required to follow. Furthermore, all licensed inspectors must use the state provided inspection form (some modifications are permitted) to report the results.
Although the item list that an Inspector is evaluating on a property is very extensive, below are the Six major areas of inspection:
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We provide our clients with the "information" they need to make an informed decision about the property being inspected in a Clear, Concise, and Professional Manner.
You'll receive an "easy-to-understand" but comprehensive report detailing the issues identified during the inspection. The computer generated inspection report will include digital photographs of the property to illustrate some of the various defects that were found, and the report will be delivered to the client via the method they desire: email, Fedex, USPS, or even hand delivered if necessary.
III. Heating, Ventilation & Air Cond.
*Ducts & Vents
II. Electrical Systems
*Main Service Connections/Entry
*Fixtures, Receptacles, Switches
Our typical inspection will take approx. 1-2hrs per 1000 sq/ft to thoroughly evaluate the property.
And, we encourage our clients to attend the entire inspection! We have found that attending the inspection gives the client the opportunity to learn more about their potential new home. We will not only inspect the property, but will share with you what needs to be maintained and why.
You should feel free to ask the inspector any questions you may have during the inspection process. He will point out problems and explain them to you in terms you can understand. Also, we will explain what routine maintenance is needed to keep the home in good working order. This will allow you to get the most benefit from the inspection as well as gain additional knowledge on the various systems within your home and how to maintain them.
I. Structural Systems
*Foundations & Crawlspaces
*Roof Structure & Attic
*Framing, Floors & Walls
*Doors & Windows
*Fireplace & Chimney
VI. Optional Items
*Private Water Wells
*Private Sewer Systems
IV. Plumbing Systems
*Main Water Supply (Meter & Pressure)
*Water Fixtures, Tubs & Showers
*Water Heating Equipment
*Drainage lines and vents