Professional Home Inspection Services In San Antonio, Tx


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If you’re looking for good informative and reliable home inspections in San Antonio, you’ve come to the right place. Our company has certified building inspectors to deliver all kinds of residential inspection services in San Antonio.

Getting a home inspections can be daunting. Make sure it is being performed by a professionally licensed
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At Monsivais Inspections, we’ll give you the attention and personal service you’ll come to expect
and enjoy. Licensed by the Texas Real Estate Commission TREC LIC # 10618

Buying a home?

The process can be stressful. A property inspection should give you peace of mind, but often has the opposite effect. This is generally ordered after a contract has been negotiated, even on brand-new homes.

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Just because it’s new doesn’t mean there aren’t any problems!

Even new homes require professional home inspection services to identify any major defects or system inadequacies including poor drainage, foundation flaws, faulty wires, plumbing, etc.

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Eventually your buyers

A pre-listing/seller’s inspection provides sellers with advanced information about the current condition of the property, which gives them more control over repairs and strengthens their negotiating situation.

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Why Choose Monsivais Inspections

San Antonio's home inspections do not get any better! Professionally Licensed Texas PREI – Professional Real Estate Inspector. The highest designation with the Texas Real State Commission. Some home inspectors in San Antonio are only certified, and even licensed home inspectors in San Antonio have to work under someone like me with the PREI license. Your inspection is my reputation therefore you get the real deal. When I go to the Doctor, I want to be seen by the licensed professional; not the certified tech. You want to see the best home inspector in San Antonio. Additionally, Educated in Construction Technology, Bilingual (Se habla Espanol), and I’m Independent… Your private Inspector.


When you hire a home inspector, you are hiring an experienced professional who has training and experience. It is the job of the property inspector to not only evaluate the condition of the house’s major systems and structural integrity, but also to evaluate how these systems are working together and to identify areas that need to be watched, repaired or replaced.


When you hire our inspection firm for a small or big inspection, we become your home consultant for as long as you live in the house. We are available for free phone consultations on any questions relating to the real estate inspection or your home. No time limits! No cost! No obligations!


We do not solicit or perform any of the work we recommend, are not affiliated with any contractor, or give or receive any referral fees. This assures that our recommendations are objective and unbiased. San Antonio home inspections with Monsivais Inspections are held to the highest standards.

Frequently Asked Questions

We hold a TREC PREI "PROFESSIONAL Real Estate Inspector" license. We are also educated in construction technology and we can work independently.

Here is the difference:

TREC (Texas Real Estate Commission) issues three levels of inspector licenses:

  • Apprentice Inspector
  • Real Estate Inspector
  • Professional Real Estate Inspector

Apprentice Inspector

An Apprentice Inspector is an entry level license. This level Inspector is required to train directly under the supervision of a Professional Real Estate Inspector. Once experience is gained under this supervision along with completing certain educational requirements, the apprentice can sit for the exam to become a Real Estate Inspector.

Real Estate Inspector

A Real Estate Inspector is an intermediate level license. To obtain this license, an applicant must be an Apprentice Inspector and meet certain experience and educational requirements while working as an Apprentice Inspector and pass an exam. A Real Estate Inspector is also required to work under the indirect supervision of a Professional Real Estate Inspector.

Professional Real Estate Inspector

A Professional Real Estate Inspector is the highest-level inspector license available in Texas (We hold this license). After meeting all requirements and obtaining this license. The Professional Real Estate Inspector is not required to be sponsored by another license holder to perform real estate inspection. We work independently.


Some of the factors in determining the inspection fees include the size and age of a house. While some companies charge very low fees, there is usually a reason for that. They typically do numerous inspections per day, and are willing to accept quantity over quality. What does that mean to you? Unfortunately that could mean that you are getting a poor quality inspection. We never schedule inspections back to back, and because of that, we will take the time needed to give you the type of inspection that you deserve.

The house you are thinking about buying is not cheap; going cheap on the inspector you choose is the wrong place in a home purchase to save a few dollars.

As per the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, on average, the home inspection costs between $300 and $500.

Absolutely! You can attend the inspection with a professional home inspector in San Antonio, TX.

We encourage it!
This will give you a better understanding of the current condition of the house, potential sale points, and/or any hidden issues.

Under the Texas Real Estate Commission SOP, It’s a visual examination of a house’s structure and systems such as;

Structural components like foundation, roof, walls, windows, fire places etc.. Electrical Systems such as entrance panels, sub panels, distribution, outlets, switches, lights, smoke detection, HVAC; Heat , cooling, and ducting Plumbing Systems; pressure, bibs, leaks, sinks, baths, drains, and water heating equipment

Appliances; dishwasher, disposal, stove vent, range/oven, microwave, bath/kitchen vents, garage opener Other Optional Systems such as sprinklers, detached structures, private well/septic systems, swimming pools.

Keep in mind that the inspector examines only what is visible and accessible. He’s not moving appliances or climbing onto a steeply pitched roof. He will report cracks in a wall but won’t be able to examine a slab foundation underneath wall-to-wall carpet or hardwood floors. Your inspector may find an issue that you would like inspected by a specialist, such as a structural engineer.

The inspection standards, TREC SOP can be found here; click here.