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WHAT'S AN INSPECTION?

What does it entail?

RESIDENTIAL HOUSES:

The typical structural inspection will include viewing the foundation for cracks and levelness, cracks and plumbness in exterior veneer(s) and non-uniform roofline. Interior defects are observed including cracks in sheetrock and tile flooring, misaligned door and windows, and possible damaged wood structural members in the attic. Conclusions are stated based on preceding information and recommendations presented to remedy any structural problems. Also, a Delta Cad graphical sketch of the floor plan is included showing differential elevation readings on the foundation. The report is faxed to the client and two hard copies send by regular mail.

COMMERCIAL BUILDINGS:

All of the inspection techniques listed in the RESIDENTIAL HOUSES inspection procedures are performed, where applicable. If there are special structural features they are viewed and discussed as to their worthiness. Similar transmittal of the report is send to the client

MANUFACTURER HOMES:

The principle element in inspecting manufacturer homes is the pier and beam construction. The exterior and interior structural features of the homes are inspected and include a sketch of the floor plan with differential elevation readings. Another important part of the physical inspection is viewing the crawl space to insure that it matches up-to-date FHA/HUD code requirements. Similar transmittal of the report is send to the client.

PHASE I - ENVIRONMENTAL SITE ASSESSMENT (ESA):

A Phase I ESA report is the initial physical inspection of a property to determine if it has potential hazardous materials on or on other properties located within a one-mile radius. Detailed environmental data is secured from the U.S. and Texas Environmental Protection Agencies and included in the report. Pictures are provided on major points on the property. Conclusions are stated and recommendations are present as required

 

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