** FREE Post-Inspection Consultation Upon Request
** FREE re-inspection on any one item per home
** Easy, flexible scheduling
** Reports ready within 24 hours
** Discounted rates for second home inspection
A home inspection is a non-invasive inspection of a property, performed by a licensed or certified real estate inspector.
The home inspector relies on his or her professional knowledge to rate the current condition of the home. It does not create a home warranty or guarantee future conditions, but can inform clients about issues with the home. The home inspection process is simple and straightforward, and ultimately checks the safety, operation, and condition of a home’s many components.
At Home & Ranch Inspections, a licensed, professional real estate inspector will complete a detailed walk-through of the home, a thorough process that includes a top-to-bottom review of the physical structure, as well as the home’s mechanical and electrical systems — including roof, ceilings, walls, floors, windows, and doors. The home inspector will check major appliances’ functionality, along with heating and air-conditioning systems, plumbing and electrical systems, and will examine the attic and basement.
As outlined by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC), here’s a list of components examined during a typical home inspection:
Inspecting a Home’s Structural Systems
Inspecting a Home’s Plumbing
An Electrical Inspection
Inspecting a Home’s HVAC System
Inspecting a Home’s Appliances
Optional Components or Systems
Home & Ranch Inspections clients can expect to receive their report within 48 hours of the inspection service has been performed. A detailed report clearly identifies the home inspector’s findings about the major home systems, their crucial components, and their safety and operability, along with photos. Defects are adequately described, and the report will include recommendations.
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Home & Ranch Inspections, TREC: #22469
To learn more about the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC), download the Texas Real Estate Consumer Protection Notice below.