From the Rafters

Bring on the Spring! Yes, it’s been a long winter! Now it’s time to cast off our heavy coats and welcome the best parts of spring—more home sales and more satisfied clients. Your friends at A-Pro Home Inspection are here to help! In our latest issue of From the Rafters, we’ve got the news you […]

WHAT SHOULD A HOME INSPECTION INCLUDE?

Source: A-Pro® Home Inspection Service since 1994 A Home inspection can vary depending on the type of home you are considering. In any case, the home inspector should describe all systems and visually inspect each system and component to make sure it’s functioning correctly at the time of inspection. The following is a basic outline […]

San Antonio Home Inspectors Texas

A-PRO® SAN ANTONIO HOME INSPECTORS TEXAS Providing Quality Customer Service and Home Inspection Services in San Antonio Welcome to A-Pro Home Inspections, a company with more than 25 years of experience performing hundreds of thousands of certified inspections for home buyers and sellers. Call us first. You can expect courteous and trusted service from skilled, […]

Have Your Home’s Structure Checked Before You Buy

No Bones About It…Have Your Home’s Structure Checked Before You Buy When it comes to home-shopping, it’s easy to be blinded by outside appearances: a sparkling paint job, a manicured lawn, a nostalgic white picket fence. Yes, nice touches with knockout curb appeal, but you know the old adage: All that glitters… Just as a […]

Does your home inspector guarantee their work?

For buyers and sellers, our ISHI®, CHI®,  & PHI®  and or ASHI® certified home inspectors in san antonio perform the most comprehensive home inspection, and include the protection of our Ironclad 120-Day Guarantee at no extra cost. This provides you with the very best defense against costly repair or replacement of inspected systems and appliances that are not […]

Checking Window Seals

Inspecting  Window Seals   Many newer windows have more than one pane of glass. The area between each pane is either airtight or filled with an insulating gas thus creating a temperature barrier.  If the seal around the pane is “broken” it can allow air and/or moisture to enter and reduces the thermal efficiency of […]

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