Serving the Greater Austin Area
Info@AtoZebraInspections.com
TREC #23218

Home Inspection Serving the Greater Austin Area

A to Zebra Home Inspections is located in Pflugerville, Texas and serves the Greater Austin area. We provide comprehensive home inspections to ensure a simple transaction, whether you are seeking to buy or sell your property.

We understand that any transaction in real estate could bring about a degree of stress or worry. Therefore, our goal is to make the inspection process simple and straightforward.

We aim to put your mind at ease by giving you the information needed to make the right decision for you. We take our time on each inspection to ensure we are thorough, and you’ll receive a detailed report witin 24 hours of the inspection. We are committed to providing exceptional service and hope you will contact us for any property inspection needs.

We Serve the following Areas

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Austin, Westlake, Lakeway, Del Valle

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Cedar Park, Liberty Hill, Leander, Lago Vista

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Dripping Springs, Wimberly, Canyon Lake

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Elgin, Taylor, Bastrop, Manor

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Buda, Kyle, New Braunfels, San Marcos

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Round Rock, Pflugerville, Georgetown, Hutto

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Lampasas, Killeen, Harker Heights, Copperas Cove

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Jarrell, Salado, Temple, Belton

All Inspections Include The Following

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Grading & Drainage
Roof & Chimney
Patios, Decks & Porches
Ceiling & Floors
Ducts & Vents
Fireplaces

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Foundation
Insulation
Interior & Exterior Walls
Plumbing System
Water Penetration
Appliances

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Structural Supports
Gutters/Downspouts
Garage & Driveway
Heating & Cooling System
Windows & Doors
Attics & Crawlspaces

  ADDITIONAL SERVICES-REQEUST QUOTE

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Pool Inspections
Wood Destroying Insect Reports
Pier and Beam Inspections
Complete Irrigation System Review

Request Service

We take pride in our work, striving for the most accurate and thorough inspections throughout the Greater Austin area. To request any of our services and to set up an appointment with us, give A to Zebra Home Inspections a call today!

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Providing Home Inspection Services to the Greater Austin Area

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Buyer/Seller/Warranty Inspections

Before you purchase or sell your home or property, please call us. We will help protect your investment or sale with a thorough home/property inspection, and help you know the condition of the property you are about to buy or sell, giving you the confidence you need to make an informed decision.

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Home Maintenance Inspections

Our maintenance inspection includes a full review of your home’s systems, from foundation to roof. This can be a one-time inspection, or a repeating scheduled inspection. Our professional and experienced inspector will make sure your home and property are ready to buy or sell!

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Pre-Drywall Inspections

Don’t wait until you can’t access all the connections in your house! Call us for a pre-drywall inspection. We’ll make sure all your electrical configurations, plumbing, house wrap, roof, and framing are correct before it gets covered up with drywall. Discounts offered for pre-drywall and warranty or closing inspections.

Testimonials

“Ken with A to Zebra is so professional and thorough. He really has an eye for detail and has such a friendly personality. I would honestly reccomend him for all inspections, new home purchases and even right before the warranty is up! Great experience, efficient, affordable, friendly and timely!”

April

“Ken of A to Zebra Inspections was very thorough in his inspection of my client’s home. He patiently answered questions and explained his observations when we did our walkthrough. I will call him first for all home inspections.”

Melissa

“Ken was friendly and professional. He did a though job. Very knowledgeable about the inspection and alerted us to some potential problems that needed attention. Would recommend Ken to anyone and happy with our experience.”

David

FAQs

How does a home inspection work?

The home buyer will find a home inspector, either
from their own research or a list provided by their real estate agent. The inspector and
agent will determine the best time for the inspection after the buyers and sellers agents
confer.

What is the risk if I don’t get a home inspection?

Usually the home inspection does not uncover a huge problem, but sometimes there are large issues that might be noted in a home inspection. As a buyer you want all the information possible before making the largest financial decision of your life.

Can I choose my own inspector?

Yes, the home inspector works for the buyer, not the agent. Many agents have lists of inspectors that their clients have used before. It is completely up to the buyer to decide which inspector to use.

What are the benefits of getting a home inspection?

Almost every inspection will turn up deficiencies in the house. This is information that your agent can use to request repair or negotiate a better deal.

What does a home inspector look for?

The home inspector will the foundation and structure including the attic and crawl space, plumbing, electrical, HVAC, appliances and some other items such as sprinklers or out buildings. Some inspections may have add on items that cost extra, depending on the inspector, including termite report, pools, drain camera, slab level and more. If the home is a pier and beam, that will cost extra but is not likely an optional fee.

What does not get inspected?

A home inspection does not include countertop appliances, anything that is not readily visible and other items that are indicated in the agreement. The agreement should be read carefully to fully understand what inspectors do not check. For example, if an electrical breaker or water valve is turned off, the inspector will not turn those on. They may be off for a reason.

Why do I need a home inspection?

The more information your agent has the better off you are in negotiating a better deal.

Can I be there for the home inspection?

Most inspectors prefer that the client is not there for the inspection. Having the client present can divide attention causing the inspector to miss things. Most inspectors recommend the buyer come near the end of the inspection to review the preliminary report.

How long will the inspection take?

Most inspections take about three hours. Newer or smaller homes may take a little less time. Larger and older homes can take as long as four hours.

How much does a home inspection cost?

The cost of a home inspection can vary a great deal between inspectors and houses. Home inspectors all have different pricing philosophies and the cost of the inspection can vary depending on the age and size of the house. Most home inspections fall in a range from $300 – $700.

What happens if the house I want to buy fails the inspection?

There is no pass or fail on a home inspection. Many items are usually noted as deficient on a home inspection. Some are easy to fix and others may be expensive or difficult.

Are all of the deficiencies required to be fixed?

No, neither the buyer nor seller are required to fix anything. That is part of the negotiation process. Some deficiencies are because we do things differently now than we did at the time of construction. The inspector may note safety concerns such as missing smoke detectors or bedroom windows that do not open.

What is the report like and when will I get it?

 The home inspection report is a written report that includes photos and is generally provided by email or a link. The inspector is required to provide the report within three days after payment. Most inspectors do not take three days to complete the report. A to Zebra Home Inspections makes it a point to complete the report the night of the home inspection unless the client is previously notified.