Thank you for visiting the Henderson Home Inspection website. We conduct home warranty inspections, sellers inspections, buyers inspections and construction inspections. You'll know exactly what to do about a home once you read our report.
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HENDERSON HOME INSPECTION
North Central Texas
Phone: (214) 843-4003
Henderson Home Inspection cannot recommend one business over another but as a courtesy wanted to provide a list of Professionals that our clients have worked with in the past that they were satisfied with. Please contact these companies directly for services, pricing and scheduling.
Henderson Home Inspection is not affiliated with nor responsible for nor liable in any way for any of the below listed vendors.
Carl D. Casey
12900 W. FM 121
Van Alstyne, TX 75495
Small and Large Weddings
Customized to suit your needs!
Direct: (469) 246-1103
Cell: (972) 762-5644
Branch: (469) 246-1100
Provides full plumbing and septic inspection packages that can include camera inspections, hydrostatic testing, septic tank cleaning, and much more. We send out licensed, uniformed, and trained plumbers and septic technicians who provide detailed inspection reports with color photos with instant accessibility to reports via email. Most of the time we can offer same or next day service.
Our website is https://www.dustyunderwood.com.
P: (903) 449-1677 C: (903) 227-5503
The reason Henderson Home Inspection does not do termite inspections (and why you need to have it done by a licensed termite inspector) is that the Texas Department of Agriculture requires by law that anyone doing a termite inspection must be licensed as a termite inspector. Be aware that you might find an home inspector who says they can do a "termite inspection" but they cannot legally do a Termite Inspection Report for you unless they are a Texas State "licensed" termite inspector. Those home inspectors who are not licensed have usually taken an online class to be "certified" in termite inspection but they are NOT licensed and are legally prohibited from doing termite inspection reports.
State of Texas Agricultural Department:
"Structural Pest Control Applicator:
The Structural Pest Control Act (Chapter 1951 of the Occupations Code) requires licensing of businesses and individuals that perform structural pest control for hire. Additionally, employees of units of state government who apply pesticides as part of their job duties, and persons performing pest control at an apartment building, day-care center, hospital, nursing home, hotel, motel, or lodge, warehouse, food-processing establishment (other than a restaurant, retail food, or food service establishment), or school must be licensed. Structural pest control includes but is not limited to pests that may infest parks, buildings or structures and adjacent areas, industrial plants, streets, docks, railroad cars, trucks, ships or airplanes. Structural pest control includes the following activities for compensation:
•making inspection reports,
•submitting estimates or bids,
•performing services to prevent, control or eliminate infestations, or
•advertising such services."
PO Box 1302, Van Alstyne, TX 75495
TexVets Tree Health Specialists 806-752-1541