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**Disclaimer** This list includes inspectors licensed by the Texas Real Estate Commission and may also include other persons authorized by law to perform certain inspections (for example, termite inspectors, engineers, electricians, or plumbers). The list is not a complete list of all inspectors that may perform inspections. You may also obtain a list from other sources (for example, the local telephone directory or the Internet).
This firm strongly recommends that you hire inspectors to help you evaluate the condition of the property.
Inspections are of conditions which are present and visible at the time of the inspections. Property conditions change with time and use. Inspectors are not likely to point out small problems or defects that are not reasonably observable at the time of inspection. Inspectors will not move furniture, appliances, permanent coverings, or other obstructions. Neither inspectors nor real estate licensees can guarantee future performance of any item.
This firm does not recommend any particular inspector and does not warrant the quality of any inspector's inspection.
It is recommended that you accompany the inspectors during the inspections. You should address any questions about an inspection directly to your inspector.
Real estate licensees are not inspectors by virtue of their real estate.