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RESIDENTIAL HOME INSPECTION

 

A home inspection is an objective, visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a home, from the roof to the foundation.

 

The home inspection will cover a 600-point checklist of details in each major section of the home. This guarantees you have a thorough inspection from top to bottom.

 

MAJOR COMPONENTS INSPECTED DURING A GREENWORKS HOME INSPECTION

 

  • Attic Structure

  • Balconies

  • Branch Circuits

  • Carports

  • Ceilings

  • Chimneys

  • Cooling Equipment

  • Decks

  • Dishwasher

  • Disposer

  • Doors

  • Drainage

  • Drains

  • Dryer Vent

  • Ducts

  • Electric Panel

  • Exhaust Fans

  • Exterior Walls

  • Fireplace

  • Floors

  • Foundation

  • Garage Door Operator

  • Gas Lines

  • Grading

  • Heating Equipment

  • Hydro-Massage Therapy Equipment

  • Interior Walls

  • Lawn Sprinklers

  • Microwave

  • Oven

  • Plumbing System

  • Porches

  • Roof Covering

  • Range Hood

  • Range

  • Service Entrance

  • Stairways

  • Vents

  • Wastes

  • Water Heating Equipment

  • Windows

  • And much more

A GREENWORKS HOME INSPECTION INCLUDES:

 

1. Our Thorough 600-Point Home Inspection

2. Free Wood-Destroying Insect (Termite) Inspection and Report

3. Verbal Summary and Walk-Through with Professional Inspector

4. Comprehensive Inspection Report with Pictures and Summary Emailed by 10am the Next Day

5. Free 90-Day Termite Warranty – Eligible for Renewal

6. Complimentary Utility Connection Service

 

What Is A
Residential Home Inspection?

 

A home inspection is an objective examination of a home, including all its physical structures and operating systems. Having a thorough home inspection allows the buyer or current homeowner to get an overall understanding of the condition of the home prior to purchase or selling.

 

The best home inspection should be performed by a certified professional. Be aware of inspectors who don’t have current or proper licensing to inspect your home. Consider a third-party inspection of any property that you intend to buy. The goal of this unbiased inspection is to evaluate the home from a structural and safety standpoint. In addition, a home inspection ensures you’re buying a hazard-free, up-to-code property that will be a good investment.

GreenWorks Offers Residential
Inspections With A 600-Point Checklist

We thoroughly evaluate each major section of a home.

 

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ADDITIONAL REASONS WHY PEOPLE HAVE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY INSPECTIONS:

  • Proper maintenance appreciates the value of a property.
  • Economic age matters.
  • Sufficient heating and air conditioning in Texas are crucial!
  • Discovering wood-destroying pests early can prevent costly repairs.
  • Electrical problems need to be resolved before purchasing a home.
  • Chimneys and roof inspections give you peace of mind.
  • Plumbing issues can be frustrating – and expensive.
  • It is important to be aware of the condition of a home’s foundation.

 

 

As One Of Texas’ Best Home Inspection Companies,
We Guarantee That You Will Receive Quality Service
From Highly-Trained Technicians

 

 

Why Should I Pay
for a Home Inspection?

 

Home inspections aren’t required, but there are few cases where you would want to decline a residential home inspection. Use one of our home inspection checklists to learn more about the process – as well as what to do afterward.

 

 

What Should I Know Before
Having A Home Inspection?

 

HIRE A GOOD HOME INSPECTOR

 

Hiring a thorough, experienced home inspector is key. Your home inspector must be current on all required certifications (NACHI, ASHI, etc.). He/she also needs to have completed up-to-date training and educational coursework. A qualified home inspector will have a full insurance policy (this protects you if they’re injured on your property), as well as possess extensive experience in the area where you’re looking to buy. This ensures that they are knowledgeable about issues unique to your region, including local home builders, soil conditions, and resident pests.

MAKE SURE YOUR INSPECTOR IS THOROUGH

 

Every inspector does things a little differently. However, there is a basic, standardized home inspection checklist they are expected to follow. Certain inspectors may go above and beyond this list and/or report their findings in varying ways.

 

 

GreenWorks Home Inspection Reports
Are Different Than Others

 

Inspection reports are delivered in the morning after your appointment. While most of our competitors will print the report while you wait, we want to ensure that we meticulously explain each component of your inspection.

 

 

We Want You To Have The Peace Of Mind That Comes With A Comprehensive Home Inspection Report

 

Don’t fall for the on-site generated inspection report gimmick! Inspection reports printed at the same time the home inspection is performed are much like in-class reports written in school. How good can a timed, rushed report be? Our reports are delivered the morning after the inspection appointment and take our inspectors approximately 2 hours to complete (including their notes and pictures). We take extreme pride in our reports and you will be able to see the difference!

 

 

HOME INSPECTION REPORTS

 

  • Inspection reports are emailed directly to you the morning following inspection.
  • You are given a digital copy as to always be able to reference the report from any computer.
  • Our easy-to-understand, comprehensive reports are 40-50 pages long with a summary at the end.
  • All reports include full-color photos.
  • Reports are put through a checks and balance system. This means the inspector who wrote the report checks his work, then our quality assurance inspector checks the report again to ensure the best possible quality.
  • The home inspection report includes tips and additional information on each section. This information is essential to understanding and maintaining your home.

 

 

Foundation Inspections Are
Important For All Texas Residences

 

The soil in Dallas & Fort Worth is different when compared to Austin, San Antonio, and Houston. This causes the foundation of homes in these regions to shift in unique ways. As a licensed engineering company, we know exactly what to look for.

Yes! We Offer New Home Construction Inspections.

Inspection Points That Our Highly-Trained Technicians Look For During A Home Inspection

 

ALL OUR TECHNICIANS ARE CERTIFIED HOME INSPECTORS

 

Here are a few items from our punch list that we inspect in order to keep your home code-compliant:

 

 

Attic Structure
Balconies
Branch Circuits
Carports
Ceilings
Chimneys
Cooling Equipment
Decks
Pre-pour Inspection
Dishwasher
Disposer
Doors
Drainage
Drains
Dryer Vent
Ducts
Electric Panel
Exhaust Fans
Exterior Walls
Fireplace
Floors
Foundation
Garage Door Operator
Gas Lines
Grading
Heating Equipment
Hydro-Massage Therapy Equipment
Interior Walls
Lawn Sprinklers
Microwave
Oven
Plumbing System
Porches
Roof Covering
Range Hood
Range
Service Entrance
Stairways
Vents
Wastes
Water Heating Equipment
Windows
 

We also provide follow-up and additional inspections.

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TECHNICIANS WITH SUPERIOR TRAINING

NO MATTER WHAT SERVICE YOU NEED
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