FIND EVERY CRACK, DENT AND DING
A simple foundation inspection isn't enough to catch all the potential problems with your home. When you hire us for your warranty inspection, we'll check the entirety of your home's interior and exterior, including your:
Foundation, Electrical system, Plumbing system, HVAC system, Ceilings, Floors and Walls.
SELLING YOUR HOME IN BOYD OR FORT WORTH, TX?
PUT BUYERS' MINDS AT EASE WITH A SELLER HOME INSPECTION.
Before you bring in buyers, you'll want to get a pre-listing home inspection done by the pros at The Wells Inspection Group LLC. Our team will check your home for any issues that a buyer might use to negotiate your asking price and provide you with a thorough report.
WHAT IS A MANUFACTURED HOME ENGINEER CERTIFICATION?
Certifications are commonly requested documents by realtors, loan officers, processors and underwriters and are a site-specific certification report by a Professional Engineer certifying that a manufactured home's foundation meets the requirements set forth in HUD's Permanent Foundations Guide. These are commonly requested for many loan types such as VA / HUD and are becoming more popular with FHA and Conventional loans. I am a certified professional inspector with InterNachi and a licensed Professional Inspector with the state of Texas that can provide this service within 48 hours and deliver a report the same day or within 24 hours of a completed inspection. Please click the icon to schedule your Professional Engineer Certification.
The initial phase, or phase 1 inspection, is performed after the concrete forms have been removed and prior to the slap being poured. This gives the inspector access to view the following areas:Areas of inspection covered include:
-Concrete reinforcing bar (rebar).
NOTE: Client must notify us before slab is poured.
The second phase or, phase 2 inspection, occurs prior to the installation of the insulation and drywall, but after the roughed in plumbing, electrical wiring, duct installations as well as roof and other framing. The areas below are visually inspected:
-Unbolted sill plates
-Over spanned members
-Inadequate roof supports
-Under built bearing walls
-Improper notching and boring
-Improper fire stops
NOTE: Client must notify us before insulation and drywall is installed.
The third phase is similar to a home inspection, but can include additional cosmetic items that you would include on what is referred to as the “blue tape” inspection:
-Drywall Finish§ Trim
-Floor coverings and others items with potential cosmetic blemishes
This final Inspection report serves as your“punch list” for the builder to correct problem areas prior to the closing.