Slab to Shingle Inspections continually strives to maintain a reputation for top-notch service and the most thorough, ethical & accurate home inspection services. We know the attention to details and service you get from Slab to Shingle Inspections will leave you feeling confident in your real estate transaction.
*Inspection prices are dependent on property size, age, location, foundation type and any additional services requested.
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Slab to Shingle Inspections will provide you with a thorough inspection. As part of the home buying process, an inspection protects your investment by exposing defects and other conditions of the property that will help you with your decision to purchase. As our client, we are working in your best interest and will provide you with a full report about the condition of the property you are buying.
Irrigation Sprinkler Inspections
Irrigation leaks and failures can result in high water bills and costly damage to your property. If you’re in the process of purchasing a home with a sprinkler system, you’ll also want to ensure your sprinkler system is inspected and in proper working order before purchase. At Slab to Shingle Inspections, we provide this service as a part of our Residential Inspection at no extra charge.
1-Year Warranty Inspections
1-Year Warranty Inspections are highly recommended during the 11th month after a new home’s construction. This is a comprehensive home inspection intended to help you identify issues that need to be addressed by the builder prior to the expiration of your 1-year builder’s warranty.
Before you sell your home, a Pre-Listing Inspection is a smart move. This inspection allows you to discover and address flaws before placing your home on the market. At Slab to Shingle, we offer a pre-Listing Inspection at a discount to the normal inspection. It may help you avoid delays and surprises when you are trying to sell your home.
Pool & Spa Inspections
Because sometimes hidden factors can lead to substantial and costly repairs, a complete inspection of swimming pools, spas and all equipment are highly recommended. Slab to Shingle can assist you with a thorough inspection of the pool and spa along with your standard home inspection when this service is added.
If you are buying a home, chances are you’ll need a “Wood Destroying Insect” (WDI) Inspection, more commonly known as a “Termite Inspection”. A WDI Inspection is a written report where visible and accessible evidence of infestation or damage by wood destroying insects is documented. Your Slab to Shingle inspector is licensed and trained to inspect your property and provide this report during your standard home inspection when this service is added.
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Sewer Scope Camera Inspections
This service is often done by a plumber but at Slab to Shingle we can complete this service alongside your home inspection. We run a special camera through the sewer main to check for damage, leaks and blockage which can be one of the most costly things to repair in a home. Getting a sewer scope inspection can help you avoid investing in a home that has serious issues with the sewer/septic system.
Septic System Inspections
We are trained and equipped to inspect all types of septic systems alongside your home inspection. The most common in North Texas are conventional and aerobic systems which we will not only inspect but educate you on the maintenance and care of. Problems with a septic system can range from simple repairs to very complex replacement which can cost tens of thousands of dollars.
If you are having a new home built we offer a three phase inspection that covers the vital stages of the building process. The first phase is pre-pour, an inspection of the homes foundational make-up before concrete is poured, which is critical to the structure. The second is a pre-drywall or framing inspection to identify defective or sub-standard installation or materials before the exterior cladding and drywall are installed. This is an important stage to check because many preventable problems are not noticed until years after your builders warranty has expired. The third and final phase of the new construction inspection is conducted around the time when the home is substantially complete around the time the final walk-through is done. The final inspection is vital and highly recommended to ensure defects are corrected prior to purchasing the home from the builder.
Color coded system tabs on every page makes it easy to navigate. The reports are easy to read and very understandable. Pictures and illustrations are included to make noted problems clear. View sample report.
Clear, Simple, Competitive Pricing
What does a home inspection cost? You don’t have to jump through hoops to find out how much you’re going to pay for gas, food or clothes. So why should it be that way for a home inspection? No surprises here! Call or text for a quick, competitive price quote or schedule now for instant, personalized pricing.
Fast, Online Scheduling
With Slab to Shingle, customers and agents can schedule their inspections, online 24/7 in real time. It’s fast, easy and convenient. With Slab to Shingle, there is no waiting for a call back, your inspection can be scheduled immediately online and you can go on with the other things on your to do list.
High Quality Photos & Videos
A photo speaks a thousand words and even better is a video. All noted recommendations in your report will be annotated with red or orange shapes. That way you will know exactly what you’re looking at!
No waiting 2 or 3 days for your home inspection report. With Slab to Shingle, you will have your report within 24 hours. In most cases you will have your report emailed to you the same day as your inspection.
Thermal Imaging offers a way to visualize certain defects within a home that are invisible to the naked eye. Slab to Shingle Inspections uses state-of-the-art tools and cameras to assist in detecting and identifying potential problems such as moisture penetration, insulation deficiencies, air leaks and overheating electrical components.