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So What is There to Inspect?

    

Foundation

The foundation inspection includes a visual observation of the foundation perimeter for signs of inadequate performance. The external visual inspection, along with other factors–such as how windows and doors operate, cracks in the exterior and interior walls, and cracks visible in the floor or ceiling–will be used to provide an opinion of the foundation’s performance. If any concerns are found, it is typically recommended that the client seek the opinion of a structural engineer licensed in Texas or a reputable foundation specialist for further review.

Please note that all concrete slabs crack, not all cracks are a sign of slab failure, and most slabs can be repaired. During a one-time visit it will not be possible for the inspector to determine the rate of movement; this type of observation should be performed by a licensed engineer.

Cooling/Heating

The heating and cooling system inspection includes operation of the heating unit (furnace or heat pump in most cases) and cooling system (central air or window unit). We also examine the refrigerant lines, ductwork, drain pans, condensate drain lines, burner areas, and evaporator/condenser coils (if visible). Auxiliary equipment such as fresh air intake systems and air filtration systems will not be part of the inspection.

At different times of the year it may not be possible or proper to operate one of these systems. During winter, temperatures outside may not be warm enough to safely operate the cooling system. In this case, it is recommended that the system be reviewed by a licensed HVAC technician to determine the best time to operate the unit for full inspection.

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