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Our Work

"We employ all the necessary tools and equipment to conduct a comprehensive inspection of your home. Our dedicated team of qualified inspectors is equipped with state-of-the-art technology and industry-standard tools to ensure a thorough assessment of every aspect of your property. From the foundation to the roof, we leave no stone unturned, providing you with accurate and detailed insights into the condition of your home. Your peace of mind is our priority, and our commitment to utilizing the right tools for the job ensures a meticulous and reliable home inspection experience."

Thermal camera

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At DFW INSPECHOME, we employ cutting-edge technology to enhance the precision and thoroughness of our home inspections. One key tool in our arsenal is the thermal camera. This advanced device allows us to go beyond what meets the eye, detecting variations in surface temperatures that might indicate hidden issues within the property.

Our certified inspectors use thermal cameras to identify potential concerns such as electrical hotspots, insulation gaps, water leaks, and HVAC irregularities. This non-invasive technology provides a deeper understanding of the property's condition, helping us uncover issues that might not be visible during a standard visual inspection.

By incorporating thermal imaging into our inspections, we aim to provide you with a more comprehensive and insightful report, ensuring that your home investment is thoroughly assessed. At DFW INSPECHOME, we are committed to utilizing the latest tools and technologies to deliver a top-tier inspection service, giving you the peace of mind you deserve.

Moisture detector meter

Moisture-related issues can have a significant impact on a home's structural integrity and indoor air quality. Our certified inspectors use advanced moisture detector meters to identify and measure the presence of moisture in various materials such as wood, drywall, and insulation. This non-invasive technology allows us to pinpoint potential problem areas that may not be visible to the naked eye.

By incorporating moisture detection into our inspection process, we ensure a thorough assessment of your property's condition. Whether it's a hidden leak, water intrusion, or other moisture-related concerns, our goal is to uncover issues early on, providing you with the information needed to make informed decisions about your home.

At DFW INSPECHOME, we are committed to utilizing the latest tools and technologies to deliver a top-tier inspection service. Trust us to go beyond the surface, identifying and addressing potential moisture issues to safeguard the health and integrity of your home. Your peace of mind is our priority.

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Gas leak detector

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At DFW INSPECHOME, your safety is our utmost priority. That's why our home inspection services go beyond the standard to include a comprehensive evaluation for potential gas leaks. We employ cutting-edge gas leak detectors to ensure that your home is not only structurally sound but also free from any gas-related safety hazards.

Our certified inspectors use advanced gas leak detection technology to identify and measure the presence of gas, providing an additional layer of protection for you and your family. Gas leaks can be a serious and potentially life-threatening concern, and early detection is key to preventing accidents and ensuring the well-being of residents.

By incorporating gas leak detection into our inspection process, we strive to provide you with a thorough assessment of your property's safety. Whether it's a minor leak or a more significant issue, our goal is to identify potential concerns and provide you with actionable insights.

At DFW INSPECHOME, we are committed to utilizing the latest tools and technologies to deliver a top-tier inspection service. Trust us to prioritize your safety and well-being by including gas leak detection in our comprehensive home inspection. Your peace of mind is our mission.

Carbon monoxide tester

Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that can be produced by the incomplete combustion of fossil fuels such as gas, oil, and wood. It is harmful and can be fatal in high concentrations.

During a home inspection, DFW INSPECHOME use a carbon monoxide detector to check for the presence of this gas. These detectors are designed to alert homeowners to dangerous levels of carbon monoxide. Inspectors typically check appliances such as gas furnaces, water heaters, stoves, and fireplaces to ensure they are functioning properly and not producing excessive amounts of carbon monoxide.

In addition to testing appliances, DFW INSPECHOME may also check for proper ventilation to ensure that any potential carbon monoxide produced is safely vented outside. This is important for homes with attached garages, where vehicles running inside the garage can produce carbon monoxide.

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High-quality images

At DFW INSPECHOME, we believe in delivering not just a standard home inspection, but an inspection that provides you with a visual understanding of your property's condition. As part of our commitment to excellence, we use high-quality imaging technology to capture detailed and crystal-clear pictures during our inspections.

Our certified inspectors utilize advanced cameras to document every aspect of your home, from the foundation to the roof. These high-resolution images serve as a visual record, allowing you to see the condition of various components and better understand the findings of the inspection. We believe that transparency is key, and our emphasis on high-quality pictures ensures that you have a clear and comprehensive overview of your property.

Whether it's identifying a potential issue, showcasing the condition of key systems, or providing evidence of a well-maintained property, our images are an integral part of our inspection process. You can trust DFW INSPECHOME to go above and beyond, using top-tier technology to enhance the clarity and depth of our inspection reports.

Your satisfaction and understanding are paramount to us, and we strive to provide you with the visual insights you need to make informed decisions about your home. At DWF INSPECHOME, expect nothing less than a home inspection service that prioritizes quality and transparency.

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Spectora Advanced

The inspection report is a critical tool in making an informed decision about whether to proceed with the purchase of a property. It provides a clear understanding of the current condition of the home, highlighting any potential issues or defects. We use Spectora to make you a clear, concise, and provides accurate information.

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Zip Level

Zip levels provide highly accurate measurements, often within fractions of an inch. This accuracy is crucial for identifying subtle changes in elevation or tilt that may indicate structural issues. Zip levels can be used for various applications in home inspections, such as checking the levelness of floors, assessing foundation settlement, and identifying potential grading issues around the property. 

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Drone

We use Drone to check unaccessible roof . Drones can access areas that may be difficult or dangerous for inspector to reach, such as steep or high roofs, ensuring a more thorough inspection of the entire structure. Drones equipped with high-resolution cameras and sensors can capture detailed images and data, allowing for a more accurate assessment of the roof's condition. This can aid in identifying potential issues like cracks, leaks, or damage.  We are Remote Pilot Certificate fly under the FAA's Small UAS Rule (Part 107) . 

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Scout 3-Pro Plus Red AHD

The inspection utilizes a high-tech camera attached to a cable that can be fed all the way down your drains and into your sewer system, allowing you and your plumber to see the health of your lines in real time. If a sewer pipe is clogged, bellied, cracked, crushed, or completely disconnected, a video camera inspection will allow your plumber to quickly and accurately detect the issue so that they can get to work on the right solution.

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