ESP Home Inspection, PLLC
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Lead Inspector Erik Placker 
TREC # 21184  TPCL # 0643096
Buyer Inspections
ESP Home Inspection Services
Sellers Inspections
New Home Warranty Inspection
This inspection is done prior to the purchase of a home to provide an impartial evaluation of the home.
At ESP Home Inspection, we take care to provide our customers high quality services personalized for their unique needs. We are available to take your order 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our staff members are professional, courteous and efficient.

We provide a variety of services including: Foundation, Grading and drainage, Roof material and structure, Walls, Ceilings, Floors, Doors, Windows, Stairways, Fireplace/Chimney, porches, Electrical systems, Heating, Ventilation, A/C Systems, Plumbing System, Appliances.
Optional Systems include Sprinkler, Swimming pool, Outbuildings, Water well, Septic System. 
​This inspection is done for the seller or realtor to provide an impartial evaluation of the home. 
This inspection is done prior to expiration of the home warranty provided by your contractor.
If you have any question concerning what inspection will be best for you, please don't hesitate to contact us. Our friendly customer service staff will help find the best solutions for you.
​Home Health Checkup
​This inspection is done for the home that is not on the market, to provide peace of mind to the home owner.
Termite Inspections TPCL # 0799169
This is a complete visual inspection for wood destroying insects. This inspection can be completed with or without a purchase of a home inspection.
Inspector Jason Placker
TREC # 22658
New Construction Three Phase Inspection
Buyers should seek a reliable third-party opinion regarding the quality and installation practices being utilized on their new home during the building process
There are three opportunities during the construction of your home when it is recommended to have your third-party inspector evaluate and report on the workmanship and construction of your new home. The standard 3-phase, new construction inspection process is utilized to ensure that major defects within your home are not covered up. Knowing that your new home is being constructed by today's current building standards will ensure your peace of mind.
I will work with you during the new construction phase inspection process by providing on-site inspections at the most opportune times to evaluate and report on the installation practices for the major systems being installed.
A home inspection can provide key insights into the home's construction, as well as a chance to prevent costly repairs later on. Even new houses have flaws.
1st Phase
The first phase of the new construction inspection process starts when the home's foundation make-up has been complete, and the builder is ready to pour concrete.
The purpose of the pre-pour inspection is to help spot-check the overall quality of work before the concrete is poured over the excavated beams, reinforcing bars, plumbing, and post-tensioned cable system.
2nd Phase
The second phase of the new construction process is conducted when the structure has reached the stage when drywall and insulation are ready to be installed.
The purpose of the framing or pre-cover inspection is to identify defective or sub-standard installation practices before the installation of the exterior cladding, interior insulation, and drywall occurs. Once those materials cover the interior and exterior of the home, the opportunity for inspection is gone! You do not want to miss this phase!
3rd Phase
The third and final phase of the new construction process is conducted when the home is substantially complete, generally around the time the builder is prepared to do a final walk-through with the home buyer.
The purpose of the final inspection is to ensure the major systems and components in the home are installed in accordance with common model building standards and that there are no observable major defects present prior to your purchasing the home from the builder. The final inspection is vital and highly recommended.