Eastland, Texas (325) 234-4304
Mandy inspects structural aspects of the house, condo, or duplex as well as HVAC, electrical, plumbing, and appliances. She aims to detect any deficiencies that pose an unreasonable safety risk or significant deferred cost to the buyer. Sprinkler systems and pools are included at no additional charge. You can expect a written report within 24 hours of the inspection.
Along with every Scott Pro home inspection comes a 90-day limited warranty on certain inspected systems that showed no defects at time of inspection. If anything goes wrong in the 90 days after the inspection, the warranty kicks in with NO DEDUCTIBLE. Click the icon above to preview the warranty policy details.
Every Scott Pro home inspection comes with a FREE report on any manufacturer recalls that exist for the inspected appliances. You will also receive a notification for any recalls in the future. Click the icon above for more details, or to order RecallChek independent of an inspection.
Available as an add-on service. Basic inspection of water well components, functionality, and water quality testing. This document gives some guidance on when testing of your private water well is advisable. It is always a good idea to have a water well Inspected when the property changes hands.
Available as an add-on service. Basic inspection of on-site residential wastewater system (septic system) components, functionality, and clearances.
A home inspection is typically ordered by a potential buyer during the contract option period. This lasts a week or so after the sales contract is signed, and is a time when the buyer can thoroughly check out the house and make sure they are comfortable before going ahead with the home purchase. Most buyers don't have expertise in house systems and components. That's where a home inspection is invaluable. The report will detail major deficiencies that a potential buyer would want to know about, for example, evidence of a roof leak, increased fire risk from incorrect wiring, or a malfunctioning garage door. With report in hand, the buyer has leverage to ask for seller repairs or renegotiate the sales contract during the option period.
A pre-listing inspection will identify for the seller any issues that might be of concern to potential buyers, giving the seller a chance to address those issues proactively. If repairs are made by the seller, we will re-inspect those components and submit a revised report at that time. Many times this can smooth out the closing process for all parties involved. These Move-in Certified ® homes have had a pre-listing inspection completed and the report is available to the public at moveincertified.com.