Rooftop to Sidewalk - Property Hawk Inspections in North Texas.

Home inspection reports identify deficiencies in the structural condition of a house and operation of systems: electrical, plumbing, heating/cooling, appliances and optional systems (Texas Real Estate Commission Inspection Standards of Practice) 

Inspections usually begin at 9am, unless otherwise noted. I review onsite with you around 12:30pm, but if you'd rather review by phone or video meeting, I can do that as well. Prior to the home inspection I will have the client review and sign an inspection agreement.

Home inspection reports include:

  • site grading
  • foundation
  • structure
  • roofing
  • ventilation
  • heating and cooling
  • plumbing
  • electrical
  • appliances

*Foundation elevation measurements, thermal imaging, sprinklers and pools included with all inspections


Home inspection fees are based on the square footage and type of foundation.

The inspection agreement is a legal document for with important limitations, departures and disclaimers about the home inspection.


Texas home inspectors must maintain professional liability insurance coverage, or any other insurance that provides coverage for violations of Subchapter G of Chapter 1102, during the period the license is active. This firm is licensed and regulated by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). TREC administers two recovery funds, which may be used to satisfy judgments against inspectors and real estate licensees involving violation of the law. Complaints or inquiries should be directed to:

Texas Real Estate Commission P.O. Box 12188 Austin, TX 78711-2188 (512) 465-3960


Consumer Protection Notice (Form ID: CN 1-2)