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Buyer's Inspection

The purpose of this inspection is to verify that all Structural, Mechanical, Electrical, and Plumbing systems are installed and operating as intended including, but not limited to:


• Full home inspection--- meeting all requirements of the

   Standards of Practice as dipicted by the Texas Real Estate Commission

   (TREC). - link to standards (here)
• Inspect the Structure including: Foundation, Grading and Drainage, Roof

   Covering, Roof Structure and Attic, Walls (interior and exterior), Ceilings and

   Floors, Doors, Windows, Fireplace/Chimney, Porches, Decks, Driveways,

• Inspect Electrical Systems including: Service Entrance & Panels, Branch 

   Circuits, Outlets, Switches, Fixtures, Disconnects, GFCI's 
• Inspect Heating, Venting and Air Conditioning Systems, Ducts and other items

    which may affect your energy use efficiency-saving you money. 
• Inspect Water Supply System, Fixtures, Drains, Wastes Vents,

   and Water Heating Equipment. 
• Inspect built in Appliances, and other Optional Systems

• Inspect for Safety Devices and Maintenance practices 

This inspection is the type of inspections that is done when we are asked to do an "inspection". We can only tell you what we can see, touch, or test. We cannot see through concrete or walls. When you buy a completed house, whether "New" or "Used", this is the only type inspection that can be accomplished without destruction of the composition (e.g. drywall, concrete, etc.) that obstructs our vision.

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