O U R S E R V I C E S
|| 1 - year new home warranty
Benefit from our thoroughness. As a new home owner, you
are usually entitled to have your homebuilder make repairs
made to any problem areas in your home. Sadly, the way most
houses are being built these days, even by the better builders,
it is very common to find mistakes that will turn into expensive
failures that in turn, will lower the value of your investment.
In most cases, you will need a professionally licensed inspector's
report to take to the homebuilder. Our top to bottom check
out, conducted close to one year from the date you bought
your house, will document work needed, and uncover problems
that you may not even be aware of until it is too late.
|| pre-pour inspection
In a city built on mud, foundations are all-important. Builders
rely on subcontractors who may not always build to the current
standards, or to any standard. If the superintendent doesn't
have time to catch subcontractor mistakes, weakness and
insufficient reinforcement will be hidden in concrete and
may take years to show itself in the form of cracking, differential
settlement, and broken plumbing. We'll check out your foundations
before they're poured, and make sure your home is done right.
|| frame-in inspection
We're good inspectors. But as good as we are, we haven't
figured out how to see through sheetrock just yet. Some
problems can only be caught while the framing of your home
is still exposed. On a new home we inspected, the AC contractor
cut the palm bracing structure that is critical to the integrity
of the roof. Without this support, shifting and settling
would have led to a genuinely dangerous situation. If you
have a choice, don't take your chances.
|| resale inspection
Used homes can be great value for your money, and a good
investment. But, unless you're prepared to spend years playing
Bob Villa, you'll need to know what you are getting yourself
into. Resale homes can vary greatly in condition depending
on how well they were built and how well they were maintained.
Technology once considered safe, such as aluminum wiring
and asbestos may be present. There may even be 'misimprovements'
hidden below the surface, where a previous homeowner, possibly
with the intention of flipping the property, actually damaged
or made dangerous the home. With Vital Inspections you'll
get a thorough report so you know exactly what you are getting
we also offer these services through a specialist subcontractor
- termite/insect damage inspection -
- pool/spa inspection -
Thorough, Independent, Fast, and Complete Home Inspections throughout
the Houston, Texas region.
Inspections for re-sale, new construction, and home purchases.
- Serving the Greater Houston Metropolitan area:
Bacliff, Barbers Hill, Baytown, Bearcreek, Beasley, Bellaire, Brookside
Village, Bunker Hill, Champions, Channelview, Clear Creek, ClearLake,
Cleveland, Conroe, Crosby, Cut N Shoot, Cypress, Dayton, Decker Prairie,
Deer Park, First Colony, Fondren, Friendswood, Galena Park, Galveston,
Hedwig, Hempstead, Houston, Huffman, Humble, Hunters Creek, Jacinto
City, Jersey Village, Katy, Kemah, Kingwood, Klien, La Porte, League
City, Liberty, Magnolia, Meadows Place, Missouri City, Mont Belvieu,
Montgomery, New Caney, North Forest, OakHill, Oak Ridge North, Pasadena,
Pearland, Pecan Grove, Piney Point, Porter, Richmond, Roman Forest,
Rosenburg, Seabrook, Shenandoah, Shore Acres, SouthHouston, Southside
Place, Spring, Spring Branch, Spring Valley, Stafford, Stafford, Stagecoach,
Sugarland, Taylor Lake Village, Texas City, The Woodlands, Tomball,
Waller, Webster, West University Place, Willis, Woodbranch Village,
Harris County, Montgomery County, Waller County, Ft Bend County, Liberty
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