Home Inspections: Beyond the Curb Appeal

You pull up to that charming Houston home on the perfect street, and you instantly fall in love. It’s just the house you’ve been envisioning. And it appears to have been recently updated with new lighting, fresh paint, and even some nice flooring. You’ve been sufficiently wooed, and you’re ready to make an offer. The sellers accept, and you’re ready to call that home your own. But first, it’s time for the home inspection.At Bryan & Bryan Inspections, we hate to be the bearer of bad news, but here’s the reality: A home may appear to be move-in ready, but sometimes a new coat of paint is just a band-aid for bigger issues that are beneath the surface. The only way you can know whether bigger issues exist is to get a professional residential inspection.

Hurricane Damage Inspections

In the wake of Hurricane Harvey, many residents throughout the Houston area find themselves overwhelmed by the devastation caused to their homes. At Bryan & Bryan Inspections of Houston, we feel that devastation right alongside you. As a locally owned and operated business, we take great pride in our community.

Behind the Scenes at Bryan & Bryan Inspections

At Bryan & Bryan Inspections, we work hard to give our customers friendly service, thorough home inspections, and top-rated professionalism. While we love what we do and the people we work with, why we do what we do goes a bit further. Our company stands on four pillars, which are credibility, credentials, customer services, and charity. Here’s a bit more about how we strive for excellence in each of these areas.

3 Tips for Reading Your Home Inspection Report

The home-buying process can be quite grueling. You’re ready to complete the home inspection and move forward so you can finally get the keys to your Houston home. But then you get your inspection report back from Bryan & Bryan Inspections. If you’re a first-time home buyer, the document may be longer than you anticipated, or you don’t really know where to start or what to do with it. Let us help. Here are a few tips for reading through your inspection report and what to do with it when you’re done.

How to Hire a Quality Home Inspector

Whether you’re on the buying or selling end of the real-estate market, you understand the value of hiring a home inspector you can trust. You make some pretty major decisions based on what the inspection report says, so you want someone who knows what they’re doing. But how do you know a top home inspector from one of the mediocre ones? Let our team at Bryan & Bryan Inspections help with these hiring tips.

3 FAQs You May Have about Your Home Inspection

At Bryan & Bryan Inspections, we get many questions about our home inspections, the process, what people can expect, and so on. If you’re in the market for a residential inspector, you may also have a few questions of your own. Here we address three of the common questions we get, but if you have more, you are always welcome to contact our team directly at (281) 484-8318.

What Does a 92-Day Limited Home Warranty Cover?

At Bryan & Bryan Inspections, customer satisfaction is a high priority to our team. We want to help arm you with the information and a hassle-free experience so you can focus on making sound decisions about your Houston home purchase. Toward that end, we offer home warranties that many buyers opt for when getting a home inspection. One such warranty is our 92-day limited home warranty.

Houston’s Premier Commercial Property Inspectors

You’re a business owner about to invest in a commercial property. Perhaps you are buying a storefront, or you’re a landlord wanting to purchase a condo development. No matter what type of commercial property you’re seeking, you can rely on Bryan & Bryan Inspections to help you make an informed decision with a commercial property inspection.

The Value of a Termite Inspection

Did you know that our home inspectors at Bryan & Bryan Inspections find evidence of termite damage in one of every five Houston homes we inspect? That’s a lot of termites—and a lot of potential home damage. Termites are known for eating away at the wood in homes or burrowing tunnels. They often can leave behind a distinct mildew scent, and what’s worse, they can cause deep structural damage to a house.

3 Tips for Selling Your Home

The summer months tend to be the most popular time of the year for buying and selling a home. As a seller, you want to do everything you can to make your home marketable and attractive to buyers. At Bryan & Bryan Inspections, we’ve discovered a few things that sellers can do to put their best foot forward in a competitive market.