Houston Home Inspection Types Offered
I offer a variety of Houston home inspection types. Each one can be customized to your individual needs as a client to ensure you get the best possible service and have a great experience.
Houston Home Inspection Types
The inspection types in this section can be scheduled directly. In most cases you can add one of the add-on inspection types. We do not bundle or package inspection services because our goal is to tailor the inspection to your needs, not ours.
Buyer Inspections are a great way to learn about the condition of a property you are considering. Learn about the property before you own, not after closing.
New Construction Phase Inspection can be one or two inspections. The most popular is a pre-drywall inspection. Click the button to learn more about this important inspection.
FHA and other types of loans often require a HUD-90251 CIR, or Compliance Inspection Report. As a ICC Certified Residential Combination Inspector this is a service that I can provide to help you with your new home purchase. Your lender should tell you that this is needed. It is then added to a home inspection.
All FHA and some VA loans require a foundation compliance certification from an engineer. This inspection type mostly applies to existing / resale homes. I offer permanent foundation certifications and certification of additions. Report is typically delivered within 24 hours of the field inspection.
Add-On Inspection Types
These are add-on services that you can schedule to be performed at the same time. Each service is performed in-house by the same inspector. The advantage of this is that we only provide inspection services. I don’t do repairs, provide pool-service, etc. This means my report is neutral with no hidden agenda to sell you something. I also don’t sell your information.
Homes that have a pool, spa, hot tub, waterfall, pond or other water features should have those amenities inspected. We offer this as an optional inspection add-on.
I can use a sewer scope/camera to inspect and locate the main drain line or other pipes on the property for visible defects, blockages, and intrusions.