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Below are are a list of inspections that I offer with a short explaination of what they are.
Home Inspections

A home inspection covers the building you are or planning to live in.  Separate structures are not inspected unless agreed upon.  All structures attached to the home are inspected.  All systems contained in the home are inspected.

Pre-Pour Inspections

A pre-pour inspection inspects the foundation forms and other structural components of a foundation to verify they are within specification of the engineers plans.  This inspection is a quality control feature that everyone must pay attention to.  You do not want your home built on a foundation that will cause problems in the future.

Mold Inspections

Mold inspections mainly includes analyzing the air within your home, checking for moisture intrusion and analyzing potential apparent mold identified.  Analyzing samples requires a certified lab to identify the mold and provide written test results.  Your HVAC system filters and registers will be checked also.

Pre-Drywall Inspections

A pre-drywall inspection allows an inspector to view all the plumbing, electrical framing and duct work before it gets covered up.  This is the only time that all these systems and components are visible.  This is a quality control feature.  Once covered, the only time you know a problem exists is when a problem exists.  Build on a solid future.

Termite Inspections

A termite inspection entails checking the exterior locations where wood destroying insects may enter your home and cause damage.  Your attic, crawl spaces, and foundations will be examined as well as your visible plumbing for evidence of infestation or damage.

Commercial Inspections

A commercial inspection covers buildings used for commercial or industrial use.  The structure and associated systems are usually different than a residential structure.  The structure and associated systems are inspected

Below are are a list of inspections that I offer with a short explaination of what they are.
Home Inspections
Mold Inspections
Termite Inspections
Pre-Pour Inspections
Pre-Drywall Inspections
Commercial Inspections

A commercial inspection covers buildings used for commercial or industrial use.  The structure and associated systems are usually different than a residential structure.  The structure and associated systems are inspected

The inspections listed below are a sample of what I offer along with a short explanation of what they include.  All home inspections and mold inspections include thermal imaging (a $150.00 savings).

Home Inspections

A home inspection covers the building you are or planning to live in.  Separate structures are not inspected unless agreed upon.  All structures attached to the home are inspected.  All systems contained in the home are inspected.  Texas Standards of Practice

Pre-Pour Inspections

A pre-pour inspection inspects the foundation forms and other structural components of a foundation to verify they are within the engineers' specifications.  This inspection is a quality control feature that everyone must pay attention to.  You do not want your home built on a faulty foundation.  Build on a solid future.

Pool/Spa Inspections

Pools, Spas, and Hot Tubs share the fact that they store water, have drains, and have pumps.  The electrical grounding, proximity to lighting/receptacles, drains and guards are inspected.  Your safety is the primary focus of this inspection.

Roof Inspections

Here in Houston, hurricanes are not a uncommon occurrence and making sure you home has a proper hat on is important.  A roof inspection checks for loose/missing materials, damage from flying debris leaks and proper flashing.

Mold Inspections

Mold inspections include analyzing the air within your home, checking for water leaks and analyzing any potential mold identified.  Analyzing samples requires a certified lab to identify the mold and provide a written lab report.  Your HVAC system filters and registers will be also checked.  78.52. Mold Assessment Consultant License rules

Termite Inspections

A termite inspection entails checking the exterior locations where wood destroying insects may enter your home and cause damage.  Your attic, crawl spaces, and foundation will be examined as well as your visible plumbing for evidence of infestation or damage.

Pre-Insulation Inspections

A pre-insulation inspection allows an inspector to view all the plumbing, electrical wiring, framing and duct work before it gets covered up.  This is the only time that all these systems and components are visible.  This is a quality control inspection.  Once covered, the only time you know a problem exists is when a problem exists.  Build on a solid future.

Framing Inspections

A framing inspection specifically focuses on the framing of a home.  This is a quality control inspection.  Framing is intended to support all other components of your home.  Proper supporting, spacing joints and materials are inspected to ensure that your home will last.

Aux. Building Inspections

Auxiliary buildings are not included in a home inspection and must be added.  Aux. buildings include detached garages, sheds and storage buildings.  The inspection includes all systems that is present within the structure.

Irrigation Inspections

Irrigation system inspections check the controller functionally by manually operating each solenoid and observing all the associated heads.  The water lines and electrical connections are also inspected.

Thermographic Inspections

Thermographic inspections, also called ifrared or IR inspections allows the inspector to see changes in temperature in your home.  Changes in temperature may be water intrusion, plumbing leaks, HVAC leaks, missing insulation, an electrical component over heating or drafts which lead to  low comfort levels and higher utility costs.  I include this with each home and mold inspection.

Commercial Inspections

A commercial inspection covers structures parking lots associated building components and are used for either commercial or industrial purposes.  Knowledge of industrialized equipment, 3-phase power and various roofing systems.  The same problems exist for all structures,

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Monroe Inspections LLC   10135 North P Street, LaPorte, TX 77571   (832) 450-7299

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