Homeowners are constantly fighting off unwanted pests and furry creatures, and perhaps one of the most destructive is the termite. These small, yet mighty, pests cause homeowners more than $5 billion in home repairs every year, making termite inspections essential. Here at TLC Home Inspections, PLLC, we know just what to look for and we … Continued
You know the drill: always get a comprehensive property inspection of a house before you buy. But what can you do during the house-hunting process, when you’re looking at multiple properties? What can you do to know if a house should be dropped from your shortlist? You may not have the expertise of the inspection … Continued
Termites: they’re something you never want to deal with as a homeowner. If you’re looking to purchase a home, make sure you do your due diligence and ensure there are no pesky termites taking up residence in your home. We’ve listed a few signs you’ll want to watch out for. But to be absolutely sure, … Continued
As the seasons get warmer, Texas is warned to watch out for termites. Termites are a nightmare and can completely destroy your home or property. The average colony houses between 60,000 and 1 million termites and can eat through your roof, deck, and the foundation of your home. If you’ve seen a termite before, the … Continued
You think, “Okay, I understand that you look for termites, but what’s REALLY involved in a termite inspection—and why should I pay for it?” Well, that’s a legitimate question, and our team here at TLC Home Inspections, PLLC, would be glad to lay out the details for you.
Many Austin, TX, homebuyers fear termite damage in their new homes—and rightly so. Termites can cause significant structural damage that you can’t see, so you want to know whether the property shows signs of these pests before purchasing it. But just how can you know whether the property has termites or termite damage? Let our … Continued
When you’re in the market for a new home, you’ll be paying close attention to the condition and state of repair of all the houses you view. Before signing on the dotted line, plan to have a home inspector give you a full report so that you can make an offer that reflects the property’s … Continued