LarryInspects Home Inspection Service – Your Home Inspector in San Antonio
How Covid-19 Affects Our Inspection Process.
Due to the situation with the Covid-19 outbreak, we have changed our inspection policies for your safety and ours. We will not be inspecting occupied homes. We will only be inspecting vacant houses for the time being. You are still welcome to attend the inspection, but only one person may be present on the property with the inspector.
There will be no physical contact and a safe distance must be maintained. Your home inspector will have hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes present at the inspection. No exchange of paperwork or money (credit cards) will be allowed at the home inspection. Therefore, service agreement must be filled out and returned by email, and payment will be with credit or debit card through PayPal. The cash or check discount will apply to credit/debit card payments at this time. The report cannot be released until the service agreement is signed and returned, and the payment has been made.
Thank you for understanding these changes during this most difficult time.
Larry Wedige, Your Home Inspector in San Antonio, will perform a comprehensive, visual examination of the physical structure and systems. Let Larry (TREC #6060), with over 18 years of home inspection experience, take you on a tour that covers hundreds of items: everything from the roof to the foundation, including the electrical, plumbing and heating systems, insulation, ventilation, attic, roof, etc. Bring a pen and paper to take notes of the information he will share that does not belong in the inspection report. Also, will answer any questions you have during the inspection process.
The Inspection Process
During the home inspection process, Larry uses moisture meters, electrical meters, gas-leak detector, infrared camera, and other state-of-the-art equipment. His inspections exceed the minimum standards required by the Texas Real Estate Commission. That is why your inspection is liable to take 4 hours or more as compared to the 1.5 hours that some inspectors spend on an inspection. Above all, the inspection is done with your health and safety in mind. Therefore, he checks for gas leaks, carbon monoxide, moisture intrusion, signs of mold, faulty electrical, and improper framing where needed. Your Home Inspector in San Antonio keeps an eye out for energy efficiency. As such, insulation and ventilation are key elements. He uses a precision pressurized hydrostatic altimeter or a laser level to measure the elevations of the foundation. Check out his reviews here.
Call Larry for your inspection needs.
- Inspected Once – Inspected Right.
- Inspections with the heart of a teacher.
- First-Time Buyer Friendly.
- Gas leak detection equipment.
- Color photos in all reports.
- Infrared thermography included.
- Electronic moisture meter.
- Discount for cash or check.
- 45 years construction experience.
Thermal imaging and foundation elevation measurement FREE with full inspection
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Why Get A Home Inspection?
Know What You Are Buying
Certainly, a home is usually the largest purchase you will ever make. It is in your best interest to make sure you know the true condition of the home before you purchase it. When you buy a new car, you always get to take a test drive in it. However, that is not the case with a home purchase. All you get to do is look at it and ‘kick the tires’. When buying a used car, the smart buyer takes it to be checked out by a qualified mechanic. Therefore, consider Your Home Inspector Larry Wedige as your qualified mechanic for checking out your future home’s condition.
Your Home Inspector in San Antonio checks out the condition of the accessible structural components, exterior, roofing, plumbing, electrical, heating, insulation and ventilation, air conditioning, and interiors. During the inspection, he gives you an impartial opinion of the overall condition of the home, and items that are needing to be repaired or replaced. If Larry suspects a problem, he reports it to you and recommends further evaluation by a licensed technician or engineer if needed.
Upon completion of the inspection, you receive a binder containing valuable information and documents to help you maintain and improve your new purchase. The link to the completed inspection report is emailed to you either late the same day or early the following morning. Print the report and place it in the binder. Inspection reports average 35 to 40 pages.
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- Are all of the electrical receptacles properly wired for polarity?
- Does the attic space and the crawl space have sufficient ventilation?
- Is your roofing properly flashed?
- Is your roof installed per manufacturer’s installation guidelines?
- Are GFCI receptacles present at the required locations?
- Will your GFCI receptacles trip when subjected to a ground fault?
- Is your water heater properly connected?
- Are your electrical panels grounded?
- Are your electrical panels bonded?
- Is there rotted wood on the exterior of the house?
- Are your drains trapped to prevent sewer gases from entering the house?
- Is your gas furnace vented properly?
- Are your gas lines bonded?
- Are there hidden signs of water intrusion?
Sound advice when buying a home or a car: Have it checked out by a professional.
LarryInspects offers a discount for paying with cash or check at the time of the inspection.
Anyone else is just looking around.
Inspector Larry Wedige has over 45 years in home construction and remodeling.
Inspected once, inspected right.
Call LarryInspects Home Inspection Service today at 210.6961104 for your home inspection needs.
LarryInspects – inspecting San Antonio one home at a time.
Discount for paying with cash or check at the time of the inspection.
LarryInspects – is Your Home Inspector in San Antonio.
Inspector Larry Wedige is Infrared Certified.
LarryInspects – for accurate home inspections.
Call LarryInspects Home Inspection Service today at 210.6961104 for your home inspection.
LarryInspects – It’s not just an inspection, it’s an education.