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What Is A Home Inspection?

A Home Inspection is a noninvasive examination of the condition of a home. Often in connection with the sale of that home, conducted by a certified Home Inspector with a trained eye, expertise, and knowledge to perform such inspections. Home Inspections are an extra expense and usually optional.

So, do you need one? Yes! Money might be close to closing but try to imagine moving in and finding out that the air conditioning unit is not capable of cooling the home, that portions of the electrical system are substandard, or that the chimney needs immediate repairs.

What Is WDI Report, And Is It Necessary?

A W.D.I. is a wood-destroying insect inspection. We are commonly known as a termite report. There are two types of homes, buildings, and structures in Texas. Those buildings with termites and carpenter ants and those that will have them. Not only are we looking for termites and carpenter ants, but we are looking for a whole host of conducive conditions as well. These are things that make your home favorable for having an infestation.

We use state-of-the-art technology and only the right product for the job. Almost all the products are earth and people-friendly. This removes the worry of being around some of the nasty treatment products. You are receiving a $50 discount off the top for a termite inspection if it can be done at the same time as the home inspection. It is a small price to pay for peace of mind.

What Exactly Are You Looking For?

A home inspector evaluates the home’s structure and gives feedback about other systems such as the roof, plumbing, electrical system, heating, air conditioning units, insulation, doors, windows, appliances, pools, spas, septic systems, and so much more.

What If I Have Termites Or Other Wood-Destroying?

Your home inspector is also a licensed, certified applicator. She runs a full-service Termite and Pest Control company. When you make “The Right Call”, we can perform a post-construction termite treatment for termites and carpenter ants to prevent them from entering a structure. Termites eat wood. Don’t let them eat you out of your house and home.

They are one of the most significant hazards any homeowners face. It has been suggested that there are only two types of homes, those with termites and those that will have termites in the future. Whether you have a new or old home, your home is a target for termites. Wood damaged by termites is often not noticed because the exterior surface must be removed to see the damage. That’s why annual inspections are so important.

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