GO WEST HOME INSPECTIONS
based in the Dallas-Fort Worth area
Residential Property Inspection
In our general home inspection, we’ll conduct a thorough, non-invasive examination of most visible and readily accessible components of a home. These components include:
- Structural Components
- Foundation & Crawl Space
- Attic, Ventilation, and Insulation
- Exterior (doors, windows, cladding)
- Deck & Patio
- Attached Garage
- Fireplace & Chimney
- Interior (doors, windows, floors, ceilings, walls, stairs, railing)
- Electrical System
- HVAC Systems
- Plumbing System
Go West Home Inspections also offers these additional services:
In a seller’s inspection, we’ll thoroughly inspect your home before you list it for sale. This is a great way to identify and address any defects that could deter a buyer or detract from the value of your home. When a buyer’s own inspection fails to discover any undisclosed issues, it establishes a level of trust that will improve the negotiating process.
11th Month Warranty Inspection
The builder’s warranty on your new home is typically good for one year after your move-in. To make sure that you don’t get stuck with repair costs that could be avoided, you should schedule a third-party inspection before that first year has come and gone. We’ll meticulously evaluate the readily accessible areas of your home to identify if any issues are present. If defective components are reported, you can consult the terms of your warranty to determine if the builder is liable.
If your home inspection resulted in the discovery of defects that necessitated repairwork, we’re happy to look over the repairs to make sure that they were done correctly. If your original home inspection was performed by Go West Home Inspections, then we offer a follow-up Re-Inspection free of charge.
If we suspect areas of moisture intrusion or other qualifying issues during your inspection, we may use thermal imaging technology at no added cost. With our infrared camera, we can see past the limitations of the unaided eye. If moisture is found, we’ll also use a moisture meter to obtain a more accurate reading.
We’ll inspect your prospective home for signs of previous or ongoing pest infestations. Termites are one of the most notorious pests of all for inflicting costly damage to homes, and you also want to make sure there is no hidden termite damage before negotiating your terms for final closing.