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Super Tips from The Super Team

Your Super Inspector

  • Jun092014

    7 Home Inspection Tips to Consider

    Before you buy any residential home, make sure and take a look at these 7 items.   Home buying is…

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  • Feb112014

    Common deficiencies found with Air Conditioning and Heating Systems.

      Some of the more common deficiencies found in split HVAC systems when inspecting homes include: Missing or deteriorated suction…

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  • Jan272014

    Indications you have a Foundation Problem.

    How can you determine if you have a foundation problem?   It’s not as big a mystery as many might think. …

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  • Jan212014

    Common roofing defects found during a home inspection.

    When conducting home inspections there are certain defects that a commonly found at the majority of houses. This is especially…

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  • Jan092014

    New TREC rules for home inspectors

    NEW TREC Rules for 2014 What should you know about new inspector rules that go into effect January 1st, 2014?…

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  • Dec062013

    Home Inspections in bad weather.

    Home Inspections in bad weather: Most North Texas inspectors work in bad weather.  Rain is usually no problem.  Snow and ice…

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  • Buyers Inspection Services – If you are buying a new or pre owned home, a Professional Home Inspection is a must. The report will give you valuable information concerning your purchase and will assist with repair requests and negotiations.
  • Pre-Sale Inspections – A pre listing inspection will provide you valuable information to get your home ready for sale. You can market your house as being pre inspected, repair items on the inspection report to expedite the sales process. In addition you will be prepared to negotiate repair requests without any surprises.
  • Phase Inspections –If you are building a new house, we will walk with you through the process. We inspect the house during three phases of inspection:
    • Pre Pour Inspections – Prior to the foundation concrete being poured, we will inspect the site preparation, reinforcement system installation, vapor barrier installation, and plumbing rough in.
    • Pre Covering Inspection – Prior to wall covering installation, we will inspect framing, electrical rough in, and HVAC rough in.
    • Final Inspection – After the house is complete we will inspect all components from foundation to the roof and everything in between.
  • Commercial Properties, Apartments and Condominiums – If you are purchasing multi-family investment property, an inspection is a must. We have the experience you need to provide you information to make an informed decision. A recent client was able to negotiate the price of an apartment complex down by $100,000 based on our inspection report.
  • Termite Inspections – Many mortgage companies require a termite inspection as part of the financial underwriting. All residential home inspections include a Wood Destroying Insect inspection provided by MWW Services, Inc. TPCL #13905. MWW Services is a strategic partner and shares management with Clear Creek Inspections.
  • Pool Inspections – Super Inspector is staffed with Certified Pool Inspectors. A pool inspection will include the pool structure, equipment, and safety features. Swimming pool repairs can be a major expense. An inspection will let you know just what you’re diving into.
  • Septic Inspections – Septic system failure can be a nightmare for home owners. A professional inspection will include the functionality and safety of the system.
  • Private Water Well Inspections – A private water well inspection will include the function of the well equipment and a test of the water for harmful bacteria including Ecoli.