Your home is one of your most important assets. When buying your home, you need the best home inspection available. Bennett Home Inspectors has been helping homeowners make informed decisions since 1983.
There’s no such thing as a termite-proof home. It doesn’t matter if your home is made of brick, block or stucco. Or even if it’s built on a concrete slab. The truth is, termites can get in to any home through tiny cracks and crevices less than 1/16 inches wide.
We offer comprehensive reporting & consulting services to support the acquisition, investment, asset management and site selection of commercial real estate in Texas Property Assessments.
You deserve more than the minimum!
We perform an extensive, full inspection to help identify those major issues that can cost you large amounts of time and money to correct later. We provide you with service that is far and away above the minimum standards TREC has established for Texas Home Inspectors.
15 Years Experience
You receive the benefit of fifteen years actual experience in home construction and remodeling, including HVAC, plumbing, sprinklers, wells and electrical systems, as well as roofing and framing. We are licensed by the Texas Real Estate Commission, a member of the InterNACHI. We are also certified under the Texas V.I.P. insurance program and certified to perform HUD/FHA inspections.
HVAC and Gas
Your inspection includes the HVAC system, the gas supply for natural gas or propane leaks, and gas fired appliances for carbon monoxide production.
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Home Buying Tips
What additional precautions should I take before buying a home?
Secure a seller's permission to buy what's known as a "C.L.U.E. report". This is a five-year insurance claims history of a particular property. C.L.U.E. stands for Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange. A C.L.U.E. report is similar to a credit report, but with insurance-claims data. The reports require seller permission, but cost only $10 or so, and are available online from a company called Choice Trust.
Get a competitive market analysis (CMA) for the neighborhood where the home is located. Real estate agents, even if not involved in the transaction, may be willing to provide them. This is a document that outlines selling prices on homes of varying sizes in different neighborhoods.