What’s involved with a Standard Residential Home Inspection?
Foundation & Structure
Pier and Beam
Interior & Exterior Walls, Windows, Doors
All Permanently Installed Appliances, Fixtures, & Components
Service Entrance & Subpanels
Smoke & CO Detectors
Garage Door Opener
All accessible areas, systems, and components will be inspected according to the Texas Real Estate Commission’s Standards of Practice.
Phase Inspection (During the build process):
3 part inspection during the building process.
Phase I – Pre-Pour Inspection:
Full evaluation of foundation forms, structural steel components, below grade plumbing and electrical conduit. Report of findings provided.
Phase II – Pre-Drywall Inspection:
Full evaluation of framing, exterior sheathing – electrical wiring, plumbing supply and drains. Report of findings provided.
Phase III – Pre-Final Walk Thru:
Full TREC Inspection Report provided.
Additional Inspection Services
Termite/WDI (Wood Destroying Insect) Inspections:
Noninvasive visual probe of the structure for evidence of previous and active wood destroying insects, also noting conducive conditions that should be corrected to deter infestations.
Pool & Spa Inspections:
Visual and operational evaluation of the installed vessel and equipment noting functional deficiencies and safety concerns.
Septic System Inspections:
Full operational evaluation of the system, including any installed above grade mechanical components, and drain field
Well System & Water Quality Test:
Visual and operational evaluation of the wellhead, pump, and pressure/storage tank. A water sample is collected and transported to a state accredited laboratory for quality testing. Results are usually available within 24 hours.
We proudly serve the following cities and their surrounding areas:
Alvarado, Arlington, Benbrook, Burleson, Cedar Hill, Cleburne, Dallas, Ennis, Fort Worth, Grand Prairie, Grandview, Kennedale, Mansfield, Midlothian, Red Oak, Venus, Waxahachie