Houston Home Inspectors

THE Houston Home Inspectors

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Home and Commercial Inspections

We are Houston Home Inspectors celebrating more than 35 years in business. Our services include  Commercial Inspections, Home Inspections and Energy Audits.  We inspect homes, condos, shopping centers and commercial buildings.

The company is led by Certified Master Inspector, Bryon Parffrey, who is responsible for the training of new inspectors and authoring continuing education programs for inspectors across the state of Texas.

Photo Inspection Reports

All reports include detailed images and descriptions of your home or commercial property.  Pictures are accompanied by captions with recommendations and suggestions.

Certified Master Real Estate Inspectors Credentials

Bryon is Houston’s Home Inspector, his certifications include:

Bryon Parffrey houston inspector certifications

Certified Master Professional Inspector TREC #7408,

ICC # 8058663, Nachi, CMI, BBB, GHBA, RESNET, BPI, IAQ, ICC, IECC, Certified Trainer & CMI


Same day reports within 24 hours. Supra Key. Call or schedule on-line.

Working to above code and regulations creates value, plus expert advice and suggestions that will benefit the owner.  If you have one set of eyes inspect your property, make sure they have seen a thousand homes.  Call 281-782-7966 to schedule a free phone consultation with a certified and licensed Houston home inspector.

Inspection Services:

  • Foundations,  all types
  • Pre Pour & All Construction Phases
  • Pour – Day of Foundation
  • Energy Audits
  • Infra Red Camera
  • Indoor Air Quality
  • Blower Door
  • Duct Blaster
  • Existing & New Construction
  • Frame
  • Roof
  • Insulation
  • Mechanical
  • Pool & Spa
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The Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) regulates real estate brokers and sales agents, real estate inspectors, home warranty companies, easement and right-of-way agents,

and timeshare interest providers. You can find more information and check the status of a license holder at their website. You can send a complaint against a license holder

to TREC. A complaint form is available on the TREC website. TREC administers two recovery funds, which may be used to satisfy a civil court judgment against a broker,

sales agent, real estate inspector, easement agent, or right-of-way agent if certain requirements are met. If you have questions or issues about the activities of

a license holder, the complaint process or the recovery funds, please visit the website or contact TREC at:

Texas Real Estate Commission

P.O. Box 12188

Austin, TX 78711

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