San Antonio Home Inspections
Licensed Home Inspector Douglas Horne
The Experience You Deserve
Our owner-operator Douglas Horne has worked with residential, commercial, and site work engineering companies. He also works as a subcontractor for Fannie Mae, where it’s his job to walk foreclosed properties in San Antonio and South-Central Texas, while looking at inspection reports to schedule repairs. Add this to his 30+ years of home inspection experience, and you get a licensed professional you can trust.
Douglas Horne’s Inspection Credentials
Douglas has been working with homes for most of his life, and he has the credentials to prove it!
- TREC Licensed Home Inspector #1837
- Has Errors and Omissions/General Liability coverage
- Follows all TX TREC Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics
Douglas is also a member of several professional organizations. To hold membership, he’s required to follow a strict code of standards and ethics. He must also meet regular continuing education requirements.
Specialized Industry Tools
Douglas believes that the best way to fully inspect a home is through a visual examination and the usage of the best industry tools. Therefore, you’re likely to see him use several tools in your future home such as:
Thermal Imaging – Thermal imaging for checking hot spots, cold spots, and insulation behind walls and above ceilings.
360-Degree Camera – We see everything inside tight spaces with our 360-degree camera.
Moisture Meter – Moisture meter will be used to check suspect areas for moisture.
Carbon Monoxide Detector – We use specialized testing equipment for checking carbon monoxide.
Gas Leak Detector – Tiny amounts of gas can add up to a big problem, yet they usually can’t be detected by a human. Fortunately, we have a gas leak detector that will find any problems.
Water Pressure Gauge – We will check the incoming water pressure with gauge.