If you’re not sure what to expect during a home inspection, you are not alone. But don’t be afraid to ask questions. While you read these home inspection FAQ’s, keep in mind they may vary a little based on your location and the inspector you ultimately choose.
Thermal imaging Is quickly becoming one of my most important tools as a home inspector. It has helped me to find problems on homes that otherwise would have been completely unnoticed. A few weeks ago, I discovered a beehive in the wall of a home that otherwise would have been completely invisible. Here is a video explaining the discovery and showing the removal of the bees.
Other than choosing the right home, choosing the right home inspector is one of the most important decisions that you can make in the home-buying process. The reason for this is simple. A well-trained and experienced inspector will use his or her knowledge to help you to understand the true condition of the home that you are considering purchasing.
Hi. Welcome to my blog. I have been a home inspector in Abilene, Texas and Brownwood, Texas since 2002. I love the job that I do, and I love the people I meet. I enjoy helping both the first-time home buyer as well as seasoned home buyers in their home purchases.
Home Inspectors are trained to know and understand building codes and standards. They understand safety standards and know what to look for when it comes to safety. An experienced home inspector will have performed thousands of inspections, and will have learned where to look…
In Texas, home inspectors are licensed and regulated by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). Home Inspections are required to include certain structural, electrical, plumbing, appliance, and heating/ventilation/air conditioning system inspections.