As a longtime resident of the area, Jonathan Dooley completed over 3,000 profesional home inspections. Dooley Home Inspection is licensed to do Mold, New Construction, Termite and Septic Inspections. He provides consulting services to commercial real estate and property investors. Schedule an inspection in Bay City, TX today!
Bay City, TX sits at the crossroads of Highways 35 and 60 and is the county seat of Matagorda County with a population of almost 20,000 people. Dooley Home Inspection is rated 5 out of 5 Stars for their top quality Bay City, TX home inspection services. Owned and operated by licensed home inspector Jonathan Dooley. Jonathan has 7 years of experience in construction, home inspections, and home services.
The inspector will examine the entire property looking for any signs of damage or safety hazards. For example, he will look at the roof to make sure that there are no missing shingles or weak points in the framing. He will check the electrical wiring, and inspect the plumbing, HVAC, appliances and storm water drainage.
What services are included in a home inspection?
Examination of major systems including; Foundation, Structure, Electrical, AC, Plumbing and Appliances), and Thermal Scan of bathrooms and under kitchen sink.
What should I look for when hiring a home inspector?
The first thing to look for is experience, but also you should consider report turn around time, a positive attitude, and the ability to crawl under a house and through tight attic spaces.
What are common home inspection issues in Bay City, TX?
Issues that are common to the area include AC condensers that need to be replaced, foundation movement due to clay soil, outdated electrical wiring, old galvanized water pipes, and cracked and lifting shingles.
How are home inspection reports delivered?
Home inspection reports are generally delivered via email within 24 hours of the inspection. Some providers also provide a web-based portal that saves your report.
What are the most important issues to have corrected after an inspection?
It often depends on your lender, but your first priority should be major mechanical or electrical systems. The second would be anything that could be a hazard to you or your family.