Buyer's Inspection

Before you buy make sure you have your prospective new home thoroughly inspected by a licensed professional. Are there any safety issues? Are the appliances in good working order and installed properly? Are the roof, structure and foundation sound? Did it suffer flood damage and was subsequently cleaned up and repaired? Your home inspection will help answer these and other questions and may help you save money. Whether you are buying a new home or one that has stood the test of time, you’ll learn much more about your investment and be able to make informed decisions regarding the purchase and maintenance of your home.

Pre-Listing Inspection

 

Eliminate surprises when it comes to selling your home. A pre-listing inspection will help you identify potential problems before they become negotiation obstacles and reduce your liability by adding a professional report to your disclosure statement.

 

New Home Warranty Inspection

 

Most new homes carry a one-year warranty. Before that year is up have your home professionally inspected to ensure that all your systems were installed and operate correctly. For example, electrical outlets that work may be wired incorrectly causing safety hazards or ruining expensive electronic equipment. Water heaters, AC systems, and heating systems are often installed improperly. A home inspection will let you rest assured that nothing was left off your punch list.

 Systems covered

 

Foundation and Grading

Roof System

Plumbing

Heating, Ventilation, and A/C (HVAC)

Electrical

Interior and Exterior Surfaces

Major Appliances

 

 

Serving the Counties of Kendall, Comal, Gillespie, Kerr, Bandera, Blanco and Bexar

Inspection reports are prepared using specialized software and include digital photographs of any areas of concern.