What a Texas Home Inspection Covers

Structural

  • Foundation
  • Grading & Drainage
  • Roof Covering
  • Walls – Interior and Exterior
  • Ceilings and Floors
  • Stairways – Interior & Exterior
  • Windows
  • Doors – Interior & Exterior
  • Fireplaces & Chimneys
  • Porches, Decks & Railings
  • Garage Doors & Openers
  • Balconies & Carports

Electrical Systems

  • Service Entrance and Panels
  • Branch Circuits
  • Connected Devices and Fixtures
  • GFCI (s) and Smoke Detectors

Heating Ventilation & A/C Systems

  • Heating Equipment
  • Cooling Equipment
  • Chases and Vents
  • Duct Systems

Plumbing

  • Water Supply Systems and Fixtures
  • Drains, Wastes and Vents
  • Water Heating Equipment
  • Hydro-Massage Therapy Equipment

Appliances

  • Dishwasher
  • Food Waste Disposer
  • Range Hood
  • Exhaust Systems
  • Range, Cooktops and Ovens
  • Microwave Ovens
  • Dryer Exhaust Vents
  • Mechanical Exhaust Vents
  • Bathroom Heaters

Optional Systems

  • Landscape Sprinkler Systems
  • Swimming Pools
  • Spas & Equipment
  • Outbuildings
  • Private Sewage Systems
  • Private Water Wells
  • Detached Garages

What’s Not Inspected

The following items are considered outside the scope of a standard home inspection:  pool and spas, play-scape, detached buildings, water softening equipment, ejector pumps, septic tanks, clothes washers and dryers, refrigerators, gas lines, and gas tanks, and alarm systems.  Also note the inspection report does not address radon gas, asbestos, radiation, urea formaldehyde, lead paint, mold and rodents.  Please inquire about these additional services.

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