Wouldn't you want to know if there were strange noises coming from your vents in your future home? Or if there were any problems with the house you are about to show off to potential buyers? Full Report Home Inspections will look at every area of your home and make sure you know the difference between an occasional glitch in the system and actual home damage.
Schedule an appointment now to get a quick, reliable home inspection. We'll make sure your home is truly safe.
Full Report Home Inspections is completely licensed and certified by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI). We also work directly with the Texas Real Estate Commission to increase our availability to homebuyers and sellers.
During our thorough inspection, we will perform:
Most home inspections are scheduled at the request of a home buyer. When a seller accepts an offer from a potential home buyer there is an option period. During this time the buyer has the opportunity to have the home further investigated by experts. Buying a home is life changing, it is usually the biggest and most important investment in one’s life. We want to provide our clients with the knowledge to make the best informed decision while minimizing risk.
Our job as a home inspector is not to talk you out of buying a home, but to give you an understanding of its current condition so that you can plan for current or future repairs. This knowledge can help you negotiate the best possible deal for the house you want to call home.
Don't be surprised by costly repairs! Have a home inspection before you put your house on the market to avoid unexpected repair the “buyers” inspection might reveal. By resolving those issues before listing you will be able to sell your house for more and control the negotiations at close. Full Report Home Inspections follows the Standards of Practice provided by the Texas Real Estate Commission, the governing body for professional home inspectors.
Don’t assume that because your house is new that it does not need an inspection. The home building process is complex sometimes important items might be overlooked by builders and contractors. Having a home inspection 3 or 4 days before final walk through will give you a chance to correct overlooked items and provide you piece of mind.
Moving into a house with a pool? Having a pool and/or spa inspection can ensure that all components and/or systems are operating properly and in good condition. We will prepare a complete report in accordance with the Standards of Practice.