CODE 3 Property Inspections, PLLC - Home inspections in Kyle, TX
Our licensed professional home inspector at CODE 3 Property Inspections offers a complete range of home inspection services across Kyle, San Antonio, Selma Universal City, New Braunfels, Spring Branch, Canyon Lake, Martindale, San Marcos, Wimberley, Buda, Austin and surrounding areas.
CODE 3 Property Inspections in Kyle provides a detailed account of the condition of your property.
Our home inspection is an analysis of potential fire hazards, home safety, and health risks to you and your family.
The inspection will provide you with a solid foundation of knowledge about your new home and an understanding of its components and systems, as well as home maintenance tips and information to help protect your investment. Feel confident about your home purchase
Contact CODE 3 Property Inspections, PLLC for home inspection services in Kyle and the surrounding areas.
Chris did a home inspection for us at a home we are buying in Saginaw. He did an amazing job! He was very thorough and gave great advice during the walk through. Got the report to us within a few hour…
Chris was very professional and a pleasure to work with. He was respectful, knowledgeable and thorough. We would highly recommend him! Also, we are very happy to support a First Responder! Thank you C…
Chris was super good person. Very happy met him. House only 7 years new, has foundation problems. Chris checks up completely. Very penitent for details. Report sent to us next day.
Consumer Protection Notice (TREC No. CN 1-2)
New Consumer Notice Requirements
Inspectors must provide notice to consumers and service recipients regarding the ability to file a complaint with TREC and the availability of the Inspector Recovery Fund. TREC has combined both notices into one Consumer Protection Notice (TREC No. CN 1-2). As of February 1, 2016, TREC rules require inspectors to post the notice in a readily noticeable location in each place of business maintained by the inspector (§535.220). If an inspector has a business website, he or she is also required to post a link to the notice on that website. The link must be in a readily noticeable place on the home page of the website and must be labeled “Texas Real Estate Commission Consumer Protection Notice” in at least a 10-point font.
The purpose of the required notice is to provide consumers important information in a readily accessible way. Section 1102.364 (TOC) also allows additional methods to provide the required notice to consumers about the Inspector Recovery Fund if an inspector does not have a place of business or a business website.