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Licensed and regulated by: Texas Department of Agriculture, P. O. Box 12847, Austin, TX 78711-2847, Phone (866) 918-4481, (FAX) 888-232-2567   TPCL#0624953

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ROOFING

ROOFING

Here is a general description of what we inspect: Visible roof covering materials, (shingles), flashings at roof penetrations and valleys, skylights, chimneys, gutters and downspouts. We will assess the condition of these elements for proper function; looking for evidence of leakage or worn, damage, or missing components. But don’t take our word for it, watch us in action!

EXTERIOR ELEMENTS

EXTERIOR ELEMENTS

Here is a general description of what we look for in an inspection: Visible siding and trim, windows, doors, garages, porches, decks, stairs, and railings. We will assess the condition of these elements for proper construction and function; looking for evidence of damage, missing components or other conditions that might lead to infiltration, or functional concerns. But don’t take our word for it, watch us in action!

INTERIOR ELEMENTS

INTERIOR ELEMENTS

Here is a general description of what we inspect: Visible areas of all walls, ceilings, stairways, representative windows and doors, and attic areas. We will look for signs of leakage and damage, sagging or other significant structural concerns. Representative windows will be operated to determine function. In accessible attics, besides assessing structural components, we will note insulation and ventilation conditions. But don’t take our word for it, watch us in action!

FOUNDATION AND SUBSTRUCTURE

FOUNDATION AND SUBSTRUCTURE

Here is a general description of what we inspect: Visible load-bearing framing components, foundation walls, slabs, piers and columns and other major structural components found in basements and crawlspaces. Visible and readily accessible structural components will be assessed for function and presence of damage, decay or other defects. We will look for water penetration conditions at below grade areas. But don’t take our word for it, watch us in action!

KITCHEN

KITCHEN

Here is a general description of what we inspect: Plumbing fixtures, built-in appliances such as the dishwasher, cooktop, ovens, ventilators and built in cabinetry. We will check plumbing fixtures looking for water pressure or drainage issues and visible signs of leaks. We will check basic operational modes of the appliances and ventilators and look at cabinets and countertops for significant deficiencies. But don’t take our word for it, watch us in action!

HEATING SYSTEM

HEATING SYSTEM

Here is a general description of what we inspect: Visible components of the central heating system (boilers, furnaces, heat pumps and electric baseboards) including associated fuel-supply piping, venting, and the heat distribution system (ductwork or piping). Readily visible components of fireplaces and stoves are also inspected. We will operate the heating system, subject to seasonal conditions, to assess for proper burner operation and visible fuel supply piping or venting issues. The condition of visible portions of the distribution system and presence of a functional heat supply to each area of the house will be noted. We will assess the physical condition of readily accessible fireplace components including exteriors of chimneys and vents. But don’t take our word for it, watch us in action!

COOLING SYSTEM

COOLING SYSTEM

Here is a general description of what we inspect: Visible components of the central air conditioning or heat pump system including condensers and air handlers, and the distribution system ductwork. We will operate the system, subject to seasonal conditions, to assess function and check the condition of the accessible indoor and outdoor components. The distribution system will be assessed for functional cooling to each area of the house. But don’t take our word for it, watch us in action!

ELECTRICAL

ELECTRICAL

Here is a general description of what we inspect: Visible service panels components and household wiring and devices. We will assess the condition of readily accessible panel components, note the presence of GFCIs, AFCIs and smoke alarms and check the operation of representative outlets, switches, fixtures and other devices. But don’t take our word for it, watch us in action!

PLUMBING

PLUMBING

Here is a general description of what we inspect: Visible water supply piping, distribution piping, waste system piping, water heaters and plumbing fixtures. The inspection includes assessment of the physical condition of piping, kitchen and bathroom fixtures such as tubs, showers, toilets, and the operation of the fixtures to assess for the presence of functional flow and drainage and leakage. The physical condition and operation of water heating components will also be assessed. But don’t take our word for it, watch us in action!

WOOD DESTROYING INSECTS

WOOD DESTROYING INSECTS

A Termite Inspection (also referred to as a Wood Destroying Inspection or Wood Destroying Organism Inspection) includes a visual examination of the readily accessible areas of the home for evidence of wood-destroying insect activity such as termites, or carpenter ants or the visible damage caused by infestations.

POOL

POOL

The inspection of a pool includes an inspection of the visible (above water) pool and or spa elements including assessment of the physical condition of accessible decking, coping , walkways, and other surfaces. exposed electric and plumbing components, the filter and heater, if applicable.

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NEW CONSTRUCTION

NEW CONSTRUCTION

Inspection services are available for several types of new home inspections. These include draw inspection (verification of installed elements for lender release of funds); phase inspections (a series of inspections conducted at several stage of the construction process); and inspections of completed new homes ready for occupancy. Phase and completed home inspections, provide an assessment of the condition of installed components to supplement code compliance inspection provided by local authorities having jurisdiction over building permits and inspection requirements.

COMMERCIAL /MULTIPLE DWELLING PROPERTY

COMMERCIAL /MULTIPLE DWELLING PROPERTY

Inspection services are available for multiple dwellings and commercial inspection properties. These inspection include inspection of the visible and readily accessible areas of the roof, structure, mechanical and electric components of the public areas of a building, as well as all or representative individual dwelling or office/store units, as requested by the client.

PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE INSPECTION

PREVENTATIVE MAINTENANCE INSPECTION

A preventive maintenance inspection involves a review of the condition and maintenance of the exterior and interior components of a home and the systems. We will look at the conditions of the roof, flashings, insulation issues, heating and air conditioning units, grading, the proper function of appliances and plumbing and check representative electric components & smoke alarms to determine condition, any deferred maintenance and recommended action.

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