These are common questions asked by our customers:

What happens if I don’t like what’s in my inspection report?

The inspection report is what it is. We document what the home tells and shows us. Please use our report as an accurate description of the condition of your home at the time it was inspected.

Who do the inspectors work for?

Most inspectors are hired by either the buyers or sellers. However, again, our job is to give an accurate description of the condition of the home despite who has hired our services.

How can I learn more about the inspector coming to my home?

Your inspector should be licensed by the state of Texas and should provide you with a license number issued by the Texas Real Estate Commission. (TREC)

Please visit to look up your inspector by name or license number.


How can I prepare for my inspection?

Here are some tips to get ready for your inspection.

  • Remove items that prevent access to certain areas - For example, clothes in a closet that has access to the attic.
  • Locks on doors or crawl spaces - Please remove locks or provide your inspector with a key.
  • Pets - Please cage pets before the inspector arrives
  • Payment - Please be prepared to provide payment upon completion of the inspection