- All Tex-Spection inspections are conducted using following principles:
- Federal background checked
- Dress code with company logo on clothing
- Respect for property being inspected:
- Do not park in client’s driveway
- Wear clean shoes, boots and when necessary, overshoes
- Member of Collin County Association of Realtors
- Multi-year volunteer at the Plano Balloon Festival
- Member of a number of military veteran organizations
- Member of the Patriot Guard
- Assist with annual charity fundraisers
- Family and pet friendly
- Strongly believe in honesty, integrity, respect and attention to detail
- Your inspector FOR LIFE. Call anytime after your inspection for advice or help. If it’s One-day, One month-One Year-or EVEN LONGER, call I’ll be there as your
- INSPECTOR FOR LIFE!
Buyers inspections are traditionally used to determine the condition of a home before the buyer finalizes the contract. Often, these inspections will assist the buyer in determining the items in the home that they would like to have addressed or assist them in negotiating a final offer on a home.
This is a rare type of inspection, but growing in popularity. This is what is known as a “pre-listing” inspection. That is the home seller pays for an inspection before the home is listed for sale. This allows the seller to decide what items to repair/replace and to complete those repairs/replacements within their own budgets and time constraints. Unlike a buyer’s inspection, the seller may be surprised to learn that some repairs are needed and may need to complete those repairs to satisfy the buyer and within a short time frame. By having the pre-listing inspection, the seller can disclose the items found in the inspection, demonstrate what items have been repaired/replaced, and put themselves in a better position to sell the home. Some buyers may accept this inspection in place of one of their own.
Home warranty inspections are performed normally at the end of a warranty provided as part of a home sale or a builder’s warranty. This type of warranty informs the owner of items that may need to be repaired before the warranty expires. After paying hundreds of dollars for the warranty it would be a shame to lose the benefit because something breaks the day after the warranty expires!
Each year, termites alone, cause $2 billion worth of damage to homes. They are sometimes difficult to find and require professional help to destroy. Tex-Spections has teamed with a licensed pest control specialist and will arrange for the inspection of your home at the same time as the home inspection. The pest control specialist will provide a written report upon conclusion of the inspection. The specialist will bill me for the service and you pay one fee for the home and WDI inspection. This eliminates the need for you to arrange for a pest control company, saves you the inconvenience of scheduling another inspection and you only pay one person.
As part of your home inspection, Tex-Spections can inspect your pool and equipment. This inspection is to insure that there are no obvious problems and that the equipment is safe. We are not pool specialists and cannot provide a detailed inspection nor make recommendations for repair. We have partnered with a pool specialist who can provide you that kind of inspection. Tex-Spections arranges the inspection and it happens at the same time as the home inspection. The pool inspector provides a report that we will give you. Just like the WDI inspection, the pool vendor bills us and will include those cost into our inspection bill.
We hereby notify you that there is a Real Estate Recovery Fund available, established under Section 23 of the Texas Real Estate License Act for reimbursement of certain aggrieved persons. The Texas Real state Commissions mailing and telephone number is 1101 Camino La Costa, Austin, Texas 78752, (512)465-3960.