Regular cleaning and maintenance will save you money and extend the life of your heat pump or HVAC unit.The most important maintenance task is replacing a dirty, clogged filter with a clean one. It can lower your air conditioner's energy consumption by up to 15%.
Why Choose Us
Texas Eagle eyed inspectors are Professional Inspectors, Licensed by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC).
A "Professional Inspector" is the highest level of licensing granted by TREC.
Professional Inspectors have completed 330 hours of comprehensive classroom training covering all your new home's systems from the foundation to the roof, your home’s appliances, plumbing, wiring, heating, ventilation, and air conditioning systems.
Texas Eagle Eye Inspectors are required to perform intensive field work above the TREC requirements before ever stepping into your home.
Standards of Practice
As Professional Inspectors, they have passed a Department of Public Safety background investigation, and strictly abide by the TREC Standards of Practice, including legal and ethical behavior.
We use state of the art technology to create and deliver your report. Before our inspector leaves, you'll get an on-site presentation of the findings with a detailed report digitally delivered that evening.
Texas Eagle Eye Inspections, PLLC
Protecting your investment before you buy! We look for non-functioning systems, non-cosmetic damages, and items that might need repairs before you purchase the property.
Home inspections are a critical component in the purchase of a new construction or re-sale of an existing home. They provide the knowledge your need about deciding to continue with the purchase, renegotiate the sale price, ask seller to make repairs, or for pull out of the transaction. The inspection enables you to make an informed choice about the purchasing the home, and will help you understand the features and functions of your homes systems.
A Little Bird Told Me …
Most water contains minerals and sediment, it travels throughout your home’s water system and gets trapped in your faucet aerator, washing machine hose screens, water filters and your water heater. Ever had a faucet start to shoot water out to the side? When you unscrewed the aerator you find it full of debris. Well, the same thing happens inside your water heater!
The cost to maintain your home’s foundation is small and doesn’t take a lot of time, but making it apart of your homes routine maintenance can save you thousands of dollars!