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I am native to the North Texas area. I have dealt with construction related projects for over 40 years which include being the General Contractor of my own 3,200sq.ft custom home. My experience and training along with a keen eye for detail helps me to detect and locate issues often overlooked by others.

I just returned home from a FEMA deployment that included working in South Texas as well as Florida from hurricane Harvey and Irma. I have to say that was a very enlightening experience. Seeing first hand the destruction that is caused by a hurricane.

Choosing the right home inspector can be difficult. Many inspectors write those easy to use canned reports that wind up running upwards to 50+ pages long, and difficult to understand. Many times scaring a buyer away from a home sale. I follow and exceed the Texas Real Estate Commission’s (TREC), and InterNACHI’s – Standards of Practice (SOP’s).

A comprehensive professional home inspection provides an objective evaluation of the visible and accessible components of a home at the time of the inspection.

You will see this in my reports. My inspection report is usually 20 – 30 pages long dependent upon size, age, and condition of home being inspected. Custom narrative written to the home being inspected including large clear photos relevant to the issue, easy to read, and understand.

The result is this does not scare the buyer away, and Realtor’s obviously love this. For the Buyer and Realtor information that can be used for negotiation while still revealing important safety, health, and structural issues that may lie hidden to the Buyer or Realtor.

You will find the same confidence and dedication in my work as did FEMA. My mission at Road Runner Home Inspections is and always will be to provide my client’s a quality product at a fair price.

I am licensed, fingerprinted, and have extensive background checks from all these major government agencies:

  • TREC – Texas Real Estate Commission | Professional Real Estate Inspector
  • TDI    – Texas Department of Insurance | Insurance Adjuster – All Lines
  • FEMA – Federal Emergency Management Agency | Federal Emergency Response Official

 

 

 

“I look forward to hearing from you and working on your next Home Inspection”

TREC License:

Timothy Davis. CPI



Texas

Professional Real Estate Inspector

TREC # 21781

Texas Department Of Insurance License:

Timothy Davis



Texas

Insurance Adjuster – All Lines

TDI # 2031813

Home inspector

Certifications acquired through home inspector training from InterNACHI

               “Certificate’s of Completion” from InterNACHI

 

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Who is InterNACHI? If you would like to learn more about them follow this link to “About Internachi”

Transcript provided by InterNACHI, the home inspector organization