We conduct a thorough inspection of your property, and we customize it to meet your unique expectations. We analyze the house as a composition of SYSTEMS: House Structure, Roofing, Electricity, Plumbing, Heating, Air Conditioning and Ventilation. Every system is part of a whole and plays an important role on the proper functioning of other systems. For instance, cracked, old sealing around windows may affect different systems. It may allow water and air penetration, insect entry into the house, air conditioning to escape out of the house, increases electricity costs, and provides an uncomfortable and inconvenient environment at the least.
We use a thermal camera to look for possible moisture problems, water penetration, and home energy concerns. If moisture is suspected, we use a Pin Type Moisture Meter to get accurate moisture readings.
We use a digital Level to take elevation measurements to see if the foundation is leveled. Then we analyze other factors, such as cracks on walls and ceilings, and doors that don't close to conclude whether or not any distress patterns may warn further investigation.
We carry tall ladders to climb and walk on almost every roof looking for signs of deterioration and possible water penetration. We also inspect the roof framing and decking from inside the attic looking for structural problems and signs of previous or active water leaks.
We provide a very professional inspection report following the standards of practice mandated by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). We take many good size COLORFUL PICTURES of every system in the house, and we explain any deficiencies with graphics, comments, important information, and recommendations of all the items that deserve immediate or future attention.
When you are in the market searching for the house that best fits your needs and budget.
When you are going to sell your house and you want to fix any problems it may have and make it more appealing to the prospective buyers.
Are you buying a brand-new house? Make sure all systems are working properly before they hand you the keys.
When your one-year limited warranty is about to expire, and you want to make sure everything is working properly.
When you feel the need to have your own house inspected and prioritize improvements before your systems start to break down.
Are you an investor? Inspect every house you buy; protect your investments.