|Experienced Home Inspector Servicing Frisco, Plano & Collin County North Dallas, Portions of Denton, Grayson, Rockwall & Tarrant Counties. Robert Taylor has seventeen years experience in building construction and twenty years of property inspection work, has successfully completed over 6,000 home inspections.|
A Thorough Home Inspection Will Save You Money!
The home you have selected may appear to be just what you are looking for, but how can you be sure there arent potentially serious unknown defects, which can make the investment in your future a costly one. Having your new home professionally inspected by AAdvanced Inspections Inc. may save you thousands of dollars on items which you should have the seller or builder correct.
Our A Plus Inspection is dedicated to providing you with valuable information about your new home. I thoroughly inspect all major components of the subject property to expose unknown defects. AAdvanced will give you the information you will need to make an informed decision.
The inspection time varies with the size and complexity of the house, but a good rule of thumb is one hour for every 1000 square feet, and add and hour for pool and spa. The older the home the longer the report will be. A computerized report will be emailed to you within 24 hours (often you will receive it the evening of the job). You are encouraged to be present, ask questions, and point out any concerns at the inspection. I inspect homes, condos, town homes, duplexes and small commercial buildings. I have a reputation for being a very thorough, knowledgeable and professional.
Choosing An Inspector The Consumer Needs To Know
Price alone should not be the determining factor for selecting your home inspector. The best price by no means translates into the Buyer receiving
quality inspection reporting. Inspectors are all required to work by the Texas Real Estate Commission guidelines but this does not mean that all Property Inspection Reports or Inspectors are equal. Inspection knowledge is gained by practicing the trade and having numerous experiences under ones belt. Who makes a good inspector? Those inspectors that started out in their working career in years of building and construction.
Licensing laws for inspectors changed significantly in 2001, making it easy for practically anyone to become a licensed inspector. The quality of inspection services has decreased overall.