Landmark Inspection Services, LLC – FAQs

  • 1. What is a home inspection?

    A home inspection involves a visual assessment of accessible home systems and components. It focuses on functionality and safety, adhering to the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) Standards of Practice. Beyond the minimum standards, we often use advanced equipment for a comprehensive inspection. Defects are detailed in a written report, usually provided within 24 hours.

  • 2. Why is a home inspection necessary?

    A home is a significant investment, making Buyer’s and New Construction Inspections essential to uncover hidden defects. Identifying issues before purchase can save money, offer negotiation leverage, and provide peace of mind. With 11-Month Warranty Inspections, defects developed within the first year can be addressed under warranty.

  • 3. Are images included in the report?

    Yes, our reports include images, diagrams, and videos of defects. Reports are delivered in an interactive web format and TREC-mandated PDF.

  • 4. Can I attend the inspection?

    Absolutely! Feel free to join the inspection, ask questions, and gain insights about the home.

  • 5. How long does a home inspection take?

    The duration varies based on factors like size, age, and foundation type, averaging around three to four hours.

  • 6. What's covered in a home inspection?

    Inspections cover foundation, roofing, attic, grading, walls, windows, electrical, HVAC, plumbing, and fixed appliances. Optional systems like pools may also be inspected.

  • 7. What if issues are found during the inspection?

    Identified defects are documented in the report, and usually delivered within 48 hours. Reports include images, diagrams, videos, and recommendations for further investigation.

  • 8. What is radon?

    Radon is a colorless, odorless radioactive gas originating from soil. It can accumulate indoors and pose health risks, primarily causing lung cancer.

  • 9. How does radon enter homes?

    Radon enters through cracks, accumulating in indoor air. While not offered now, it’s crucial to be aware of its potential.

  • 10. What's the cost of a home inspection?

    Our TREC home inspections start from $300, while Wood-Destroying Insect (WDI) inspections begin at $140. For accurate estimates, use our inspection estimator tool on the website.

  • 11. What are valuable questions during an inspection?

    Feel free to seek clarification on observations and ask about maintenance needs. Questions like how to adjust the water heater temperature or locate key shut-off valves are encouraged.

  • 12. How should I prepare for an inspection?

    Coordinate inspection timing with realtors, ensuring property access. For new construction, inform builders. If attending, prepare questions about system locations and adjustments.

  • 13. Are you insured?

    Yes, we’re covered by liability and Error and omissions insurance.

  • 14. How can I contact you?

    Contact us via email at or by phone at (214) 326-0054 for inquiries or scheduling inspections.


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