Stonebriar Property Inspection: Home Inspection in Dallas Since 2007
Since our beginning in 2007, as home inspectors in the Dallas/Fort Worth Texas area, Stonebriar Property Inspection has known that an educated client is prepared to make an informed home buying decision. Our belief is that there is no reason to be scared as long as you are prepared for our service. We strive every day with this end in mind.
Are you wondering How much does a home inspection cost? What about How long does a home inspection take? We have the answer to those questions, and more in our home inspection resource and FAQ service section.
With more than 25 years working in the construction industry, Keith Boggs offers thorough, accurate, home inspection services of the highest quality service in the greater Dallas, Texas area, with offices in Dallas and in Frisco.
Our Dallas Home Inspectors
Whether you’re buying or selling a home or a concerned homeowner in need of a termite or home maintenance inspection, Keith Boggs can provide the services you need from a company and owner you can trust. Customer reviews speak to the quality of our home inspectors, our work, our reliability, and our responsiveness, and we promise you won’t be disappointed if you’re looking for house inspection anywhere in the Dallas/Fort Worth Texas metroplex area.
Why Should You Call Us ?
- Licensed and insured home inspectors: Texas Real Estate Commission license #9867. TDA licensed termite technician #0572333. PestGo Pest Control LLC TPCL #0770368
- Rated an A+ with the Dallas Better Business Bureau
- 5 out of 5 stars on 99% of customer reviews
- The most comprehensive house inspections available
- Friendly, down-to-earth service from someone you can trust
- We use the latest technologies, including thermal imaging cameras
- Appointments available 7 days a week, including evenings and weekends
- We will inspect your house as if it were our own
Home Inspections by SPI are Comprehensive
Stonebriar Property Inspections offers the most comprehensive house inspections for buyers, sellers, homeowners and investors in the DFW area. We go above and beyond the standards set by the Texas Real Estate Commission for Dallas home inspection. We’ll inspect more than 600 components, taking high-resolution digital images along the way, examining each component for structural soundness and proper function.
Home Inspection with Thermal Imaging
When we feel it necessary we will even use our FLIR thermal imaging camera to confirm or repudiate inspection findings. Additional services like Termite Reports, Level One Thermal imaging, Zip Level foundation elevation measurements and Pool Inspections can be purchased.
Home Inspections from SPI are Very Detailed
- Grading and drainage, including guttering
- Roof covering materials
- Roof structures and attics
- Interior and exterior walls
- Ceilings and floors
- Doors and windows
- Interior and exterior stairways
- Fireplaces and chimneys
- Porches, balconies, decks, and carports
- Electrical systems, including panels, outlets, and fixtures
- Heating, ventilation, and cooling systems
- Plumbing systems and fixtures
- Major appliances
- Garages and garage door openers
- Sprinkler systems
- Driveways, walkways, and patios
- Gas lines and meters
- Outdoor kitchens
- And much more…
We deliver your home and property inspection report the same day in most situations. Averaging about 70 pages in a typical home inspection report, your report will be detailed, clear, and comprehensive, outlining the detailed condition of the property we’ve inspected for you. But don’t be alarmed: We’ll give you a summary linking to backup information in the full report. Your report will contain information about:
- The components we’ve inspected
- Our findings, including any defects we’ve uncovered
- Recommendations to address repairs
- 80 to 100 color images
- Home maintenance best practices and recommendations
We’ll remain available to answer your questions and translate any terminology that may be unfamiliar to you. Most importantly, we won’t disappear after we deliver the report. We want you to be completely satisfied and a customer for life. Our goal is to be the only house inspector you’ll ever call!
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Posts From Our Home Inspection Blog
As a buyer, you need a home inspection checklist to ensure that the house is in order. This guide discusses the home inspection and the checklist for buyers.
Many severe defects can be revealed in a home inspection, from cracks in the foundation to drainage problems. Knowing some of these factors is crucial for sellers and buyers. Here are eight serious defects that can be found in a home inspection.
As a prospective home buyer, you know that no home is going to be perfect. A home inspector will uncover defects, regardless of how well the property looks on the surface. So, what happens after you find out what those defects are? What must be fixed before you can close, if anything? This is an important question because late surprises can completely derail a deal.
Here are some details to help you understand the process, so you can keep things moving forward as smoothly as possible.
Recently, we put together a list of 13 questions you should ask a home inspector before you offer him the job. The questions are all valuable — after all, you’re about to make one of the largest investments of your life. But one sticks out as the single, most important question — not just to ask, and not just to get an answer to — but to really hear and understand the home inspector’s response to before you hire. What is it?
Whether buying or selling, you want the best to make sure your interests are protected. There are many inspection firms to choose from: some with multiple inspectors, others with just one or two, like us.
The Dallas housing market is booming with big names bringing thousands of jobs and transplanting people. All looking for housing. Reliable, thorough home inspections are more important than ever!