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Many home inspectors in Texas, myself included, have noticed the Texas Home Inspector Standards of Practice as provided by the NACHI site is poorly formatted and difficult to read. Here is an easy-to-read version of the Standards of Practice for home inspectors in Texas.

These Standards of Practice were adopted by the Texas Real Estate Commission and were effective as of September 7, 2016. There is also a link to download an electronic version (pdf) of the standards. The pdf version contains bookmarks for easy navigation. Your feedback and suggestions are appreciated. 

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We really hope this Texas Home Inspector Standards of practice was useful to you. Please leave comments below, or reach out to me by email (provided below). 

Check out some of our other content like thermal imaging in home inspections or 3-light testers and why they can be deceiving. 

© 2020 Mike Morgan

This article was written by Mike Morgan, the owner of Morgan Inspection Services. Morgan Inspection Services has been providing home, septic and well inspection services throughout the central Texas area since 2002. He can be reached at 325-998-4663 or at mike@morganinspectionservices.com. No article, or portion thereof, may be reproduced or copied without prior written consent of Mike Morgan.


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