Q: How much is an inspection?

A: Our inspections vary in price depending on the square footage of your home. Give us a call today
for your free quote! Typically, the costs of an inspection are less than 2% of the home's selling price and
can save you thousands with the information received about your property.

Q: Is a professional home inspector licensed and insured?

A: Yes, we are licensed through the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). You can find our license
number here on our website when you click on the icon located on the top right corner of your screen.
We are also fully insured to ease your worries about hiring a professional.

Q: How long is a typical inspection?

A: A typical home inspection takes about 2-3 hours if no major issues or concerns are found, expect it
to take a little longer if you attend the inspection to allow time for questions.

Q: What is covered during an inspection?

A: During our Inspections, we will check your foundation, roof, attic structure and insulation, interior
and exterior walls, windows, ceilings and floors, full electrical and plumbing, and all your installed
appliances. We round off each inspection with a good check of the home's heating, ventilation and
air-conditioning system.

Q: Do you offer any discounts?

A: Yes, we offer discounts to veterans, 1st time home buyers, senior citizens, and returning clients
who are needing another inspection, a second home or Investors.

Q: Do I need to be present during an inspection?

A: No. It is not necessary for you to be present for us to conduct our inspection; however, you are
most certainly always welcome to join us, and it's advised for first time home buyers.

Q: When will I receive my inspection report after my inspection is complete?

A: Typically, you will receive your inspection report within 24 hours of us inspecting your home but
most times its within hours.

Q. In Texas are foundation cracks normal?

A: Yes, normal settling cracking is considered normal in our area. When the foundation starts to fail,
there are several adverse performance indicators that we can come out and examine for you.

Q. Does a home inspection eliminate my home buying risks?

A: We cannot eliminate a home buyer's risks completely, however our thorough inspections can
surely reduce a home buyers' chances of buying a money pit.

Q. Are you available after the inspection report is delivered if we can't attend the home inspection?

A: Yes, after every inspection we are available to go over your report line by line to ensure you fully
understand our comments and recommendations.

Q. What's the most commonly overlooked area during a home inspection?

A: Lot grading and drainage.