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Inspection facts

A home or commercial property inspection provides detailed information about the overall condition. Whether buying or selling, this may be the largest and most important decision that a person, family, company or corporation will consider.

A home or commercial property inspection may seem like an added expense to the purchasing process. It really shall be considered as an added investment. It’s much more beneficial to pay a licensed professional home & commercial inspector to evaluate the physical condition of the structure, as well as it’s mechanical systems, a few hundred dollars before you purchase – rather than needing to pay a contractor thousands in regards to an unexpected surprise after.

  • Ceilings and floors
  • Interior and exterior stairways
  • Electrical system; plumbing system
  • Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning
  • Fireplaces and chimneys

The items I inspect are as follows:

As a home & commercial property inspector, all clients are encouraged to be present during the last 30 minutes of the inspection for a general summary of findings. I personally will spend 3-5 hours in most cases at a location during an inspection. I enjoy answering any questions during the inspections that I provide. If I can’t give an answer immediately when a question is asked, I will seek any necessary resources to satisfy that question.

The Texas Real Estate Commission has adopted minimum standards in relation to inspectors. I provide an inspection that is completed with integrity which by far exceeds the minimum. I am in business to stay in business. I am also in business to provide a service in such a manner that is expected on my behalf when I hire a person or company.

(817) 751-9067

  • Built-in appliances
  • Decks, porches and carports
  • Garages and garage doors
  • Other optional systems that may apply
  • ​Structural systems including the foundation
  • Grading and drainage; roof covering materials
  • Roof structure & attic
  • Interior and exterior walls
  • Interior and exterior doors, and windows