We want you to feel informed in your purchasing decision. If you would like to be at the inspection and follow along with our inspectors that's Great. We would love to have you there to see how the inspection process works first hand. Also We don't rush the wrap up at the end of the inspection; we take the time to explain everything.
We provide a thorough inspection.We know detail is important to you! We will report on every deficiency we can find from Loose outlets to Air conditioners and heaters not working properly!
We provide a concise report that details the current condition of the property. We write a report that is respectful of your time! We will not overload our reports with Boilerplate filler comments or Canned Comments that waist your time reading them.
We will Help you avoid the Unpleasant Surprise Expenses that could be found after moving into a new home!
Let us be your 3rd party advocate, when you are building a new home.
The IR camera (InfraRed) camera is used on every one of our home inspections to check the electrical panel, Duct connections visible from the attic walking areas and also the HVAC grills. We also offer and IR Scan to check for missing insulation on walls & Ceilings. This can be very valuable if you are buying a new home and you noticed insulation in the trash bin after the drywall was installed.
Knowing the condition of the property you are considering investing in can help you make an informed purchase decision.
Whyshould you choose The Sallade's Inspection Services for your Home Purchase in North Texas?
For your out of town Clients we Can also provide a video review with a YouYube link. " Kitchen Counter Wrap up"
Whatever you do, work heartily, as for the Lord and not for men,
Bill Sallade, Certified Professional Real Estate Inspector Lic# 10276
Let us help you by making your New home purchase less stressful!
Some of the home I have built when I was a Builder.
The Star represents the reference point. The positive or negative numbers shown in the drawing are the elevation differences measured in comparison to the reference point. Elevation numbers in a box are measurements taken at the ceiling. Garage floors are poured with a slope but the ceilings are framed level. That is why garage measurements are taken at the ceiling.
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