Root Professional Inspection Services, LLC
Root Professional Inspection Services
Michael Root
TREC License #21957
NACHI #16042613
Providing Home Inspection Services from East Houston to the Greater Beaumont area in Southeast TX.

Our primary goal is to provide our clients with the greatest quality inspection.  

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Our mission: To help preserve our clients' important investment in real estate by providing superior value through the delivery of comprehensive property inspections and reporting.
Root Professional Inspection Services, LLC provides home buyers, sellers and investors with clear concise inspection reports which allows them to make informed decisions when buying or selling real estate.
  • Pre-owned home and condo inspections
  • Phase Inspections
    • Pre pour foundation inspections
    • Pre drywall Rough-in inspections
    • Final inspection pre-move in
  • 11 month warranty inspection on new homes
All inspections follow the TREC Standards of Practice §535.227 – 535.233 and utilize the TREC Form REI 7-5 as the base for our inspection report.  Additionally, we begin our inspection at the street level to review proper grading.  Next, we view the exterior envelope of the home paying close attention to every detail of the property.  Then, we inspect the roof system as well as all penetrations associated with the various components located at the roof level.  Following the roof we move inside the property and inspect the attic, rooms, bathrooms, kitchens, electrical, plumbing, and appliances.  When possible, we enter the crawl space and inspect all systems and components within the space. 

Understanding the importance of the information we provide and the time constraints of which we work, we strive to supply our clients with the completed inspection report on the same day as we perform the inspection.  Our reports include a detailed narrative as well as both standard and thermal graphic photos to help our clients clearly visualize what the inspector saw during the inspection. 
We ask that our client be present during at least part of the inspection.  This is an important time for our clients to ask questions and share any concerns they may have.
All utilities at the property must be ON to complete the inspection. If the home is currently vacant it is the clients responsibility to ensure the utilities are on. 

When inspecting occupied homes, storage items must be moved to allow access to the electrical panel, water heaters, furnaces, attic ladders, attic doors, or any other access necessary to allow the inspector to conduct the inspection.  Our inspectors do not move furniture or other items for access as the inspection is limited to areas that can be physically accessed and visually seen.  Our goal is to provide our clients with the most comprehensive inspection possible.
All home inspections have limitations.  Inspectors cannot see through walls, under floors, concrete slabs, underground or predict future events.  However, we do our best to identify systems or components that should be watched or scheduled for maintenance, repair or replacement to help extend the life of the system or component.
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