Package Discounts

Professional Real Estate Inspection Services



 

New Construction Packages:

 * (All Packages include ANY SIZE home) 

(Over $775 Value)

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Phase 1 - Foundation Pre-Pour

New Construction - Phase I: Foundation Pre-Pour Inspection

  • Foundation Pre-Pour Inspections are performed within 24-48 hours before the concrete is poured for the foundation. The inspector will check the vapor barriers, the form boards, rebar, rebar elevators and any penetrations for proper barriers. The inspector will also check for foreign objects anywhere the concrete will go that could leave a void after deterioration.

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Phase 3 - Final Home Inspection

New Construction - Phase III: Final Inspection

  • This phase of the inspection is done after the building process is finished. This is when the buyer has a walk-through inspection with the builder about a week or so before the closing of the home takes place. The final inspection satisfies the Standard of Practice as delineated by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). Your final inspection will focus on structural, operational, mechanical, plumbing and safety issues.

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(Compare Your Savings: Residential Home Inspections)

(Over $975 Value)

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Phase 3 - Final Home Inspection

New Construction - Phase III: Final Inspection
  • This phase of the inspection is done after the building process is finished. This is when the buyer has a walk-through inspection with the builder about a week or so before the closing of the home takes place. The final inspection satisfies the Standard of Practice as delineated by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). Your final inspection will focus on structural, operational, mechanical, plumbing and safety issues.
 

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11 Month Home Warranty Inspection

  • The home warranty inspection includes a comprehensive home inspection, infrared inspection and pest and termite inspection.

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(Compare Your Savings: Residential Home Inspections)

 
(Over $1025 Value)

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Phase 1 - Foundation Pre-Pour

New Construction - Phase I: Foundation Pre-Pour Inspection

  • Foundation Pre-Pour Inspections are performed within 24-48 hours before the concrete is poured for the foundation. The inspector will check the vapor barriers, the form boards, rebar, rebar elevators and any penetrations for proper barriers. The inspector will also check for foreign objects anywhere the concrete will go that could leave a void after deterioration.

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Phase 2 - Pre-Drywall

New Construction - Phase II: Pre-Drywall Inspection

  • The Phase II: Pre-Drywall Inspection occurs after the framing is in place, the electrical wiring has been run and the plumbing lines have been placed. This should occur before the drywall is put in place. The inspector will look for proper attachments to the foundation, electrical wiring and termination, plumbing setups, nailing plates where required, proper window operation, observe the ducts for damage or disconnection, ensure fasteners are in all holes at the joist hangers, ensure fire blocking is applied properly, ensure framing of the structure was completed to standards, ensure the flashing is placed around windows and other penetrations, and that the exterior sheathing is sealed to create a water-resistive barrier.
Note: This inspection is done before the contractor hangs the drywall.

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Phase 3 - Final Home Inspection

New Construction - Phase III: Final Inspection 

  • This phase of the inspection is done after the building process is finished. This is when the buyer has a walk-through inspection with the builder about a week or so before the closing of the home takes place. The final inspection satisfies the Standard of Practice as delineated by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). Your final inspection will focus on structural, operational, mechanical, plumbing and safety issues.

*

(Compare Your Savings: Residential Home Inspections)

(Over $1200 Value)

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Phase 1 - Foundation Pre-Pour

New Construction - Phase I: Foundation Pre-Pour Inspection

  • Foundation Pre-Pour Inspections are performed within 24-48 hours before the concrete is poured for the foundation. The inspector will check the vapor barriers, the form boards, rebar, rebar elevators and any penetrations for proper barriers. The inspector will also check for foreign objects anywhere the concrete will go that could leave a void after deterioration.

*

Phase 2 - Pre-Drywall

New Construction - Phase II: Pre-Drywall Inspection

  • The Phase II: Pre-Drywall Inspection occurs after the framing is in place, the electrical wiring has been run and the plumbing lines have been placed. This should occur before the drywall is put in place. The inspector will look for proper attachments to the foundation, electrical wiring and termination, plumbing setups, nailing plates where required, proper window operation, observe the ducts for damage or disconnection, ensure fasteners are in all holes at the joist hangers, ensure fire blocking is applied properly, ensure framing of the structure was completed to standards, ensure the flashing is placed around windows and other penetrations, and that the exterior sheathing is sealed to create a water-resistive barrier.
Note: This inspection is done before the contractor hangs the drywall.

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Phase 3 - Final Home Inspection New Construction - Phase III: Final Inspection
  • This phase of the inspection is done after the building process is finished. This is when the buyer has a walk-through inspection with the builder about a week or so before the closing of the home takes place. The final inspection satisfies the Standard of Practice as delineated by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). Your final inspection will focus on structural, operational, mechanical, plumbing and safety issues.

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Repair Verification Inspections
  • This inspection is used to validate that any requested repairs have been done properly by the seller prior to closing on the home.

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(Compare Your Savings: Residential Home Inspections)

(Over $1,475 Value)

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Phase 1 - Foundation Pre-Pour

New Construction - Phase I: Foundation Pre-Pour Inspection

  • Foundation Pre-Pour Inspections are performed within 24-48 hours before the concrete is poured for the foundation. The inspector will check the vapor barriers, the form boards, rebar, rebar elevators and any penetrations for proper barriers. The inspector will also check for foreign objects anywhere the concrete will go that could leave a void after deterioration.

*

Phase 2 - Pre-Drywall

New Construction - Phase II: Pre-Drywall Inspection

  • The Phase II: Pre-Drywall Inspection occurs after the framing is in place, the electrical wiring has been run and the plumbing lines have been placed. This should occur before the drywall is put in place. The inspector will look for proper attachments to the foundation, electrical wiring and termination, plumbing setups, nailing plates where required, proper window operation, observe the ducts for damage or disconnection, ensure fasteners are in all holes at the joist hangers, ensure fire blocking is applied properly, ensure framing of the structure was completed to standards, ensure the flashing is placed around windows and other penetrations, and that the exterior sheathing is sealed to create a water-resistive barrier.
Note: This inspection is done before the contractor hangs the drywall.

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Phase 3 - Final Home Inspection New Construction - Phase III: Final Inspection
  • This phase of the inspection is done after the building process is finished. This is when the buyer has a walk-through inspection with the builder about a week or so before the closing of the home takes place. The final inspection satisfies the Standard of Practice as delineated by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). Your final inspection will focus on structural, operational, mechanical, plumbing and safety issues.

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Repair Verification Inspections
  • This inspection is used to validate that any requested repairs have been done properly by the seller prior to closing on the home. We offer 3 options to provide you with this peace of mind:

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11 Month Home Warranty Inspection
  • This inspection includes a comprehensive home inspection, infrared inspection and pest and termite inspection.

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(Compare Your Savings: Residential Home Inspections)