Covey Inspection Services, PLLC

(972) 849-8549

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You found a house you love and your offer has been accepted.


The home-buying process (searching, buying, moving) can be very stressful and I am sure you look forward to settling into a daily routine in your new home. Having your home inspected before you invest your hard-earned money and time can help prevent unexpected repairs, which can be disruptive and costly.

There are many home inspectors available and your realtor may have recommended a few inspectors, so I am glad you are here! Your home inspection should be a smooth, wonderful, and educational experience.

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Inspection Fee

"Price is what you pay. Value is what you get." - Warren Buffet

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There are inspectors who charge less, but a word of caution: if you do not know what questions to ask an inspector to ensure you get a honest report, you may find the money you 'saved' on an inspection is spent on unexpected repairs, especially if they are just starting out without much experience.

Ask the inspector the following questions:

Home inspectors are not required to climb on a roof to inspect it. They can report what they see from the ground. If I can get on the roof, I inspect the roof by walking on it. You cannot see this rusted chimney cap or the hail damage from the ground.

rusted chimney cap hail damage

Home inspectors are required to check a sampling of windows, doors, and electrical outlets. I check every accessible item.

At no additional cost to you, I also use an infrared camera to detect things like hidden moisture that can lead to rot and mold, missing or inadequate insulation, electrical hotspots, and more.

undamaged drywall infrared image of water leak moisture meter
What you see and many inspectors report: Nothing unusual.

What I see and report: water leaking into the wall.

Confirmed leak with moisture meter.

Some realtors insist you use a specific inspector. They are not allowed to do that. If you are buying the home, you have the right to choose any inspector you desire.

To save you time without having to make a lot of calls for quotes, use the form below (Javascript required) to determine my fee. An additional fee may be added if location is greater than a 50-mile radius of Flower Mound, TX.

Discounts are available for military members (active duty, retired, veterans, etc.) and their spouses, first responders, and Texas certified teachers.

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My inspection standards exceed the standards of practice established by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) as I have a very strong attention to detail.

I will arrange the inspection appointment. Simply provide the address and any concerns you may have about the property, and I will take care of the rest.

During the inspection, if I determine something is malfunctioning, improperly installed, not up to certain standards, or hazardous, I will mark that item on the report as "Deficient." The Texas Real Estate Commission's standards of practice for inspectors lists hundreds of conditions that inspectors must report as deficient. Although inspectors are not required to prioritize or emphasize one deficiency over another, my report has safety concerns summarized near the beginning of the report with links taking you to the section in the report with photos and more details.

Sellers are not required to make repairs based solely on a determination that a component is deficient; however, if a buyer requests to have something repaired and the seller agrees, the repairs must be completed by a licensed contractor and the seller must provide a copy of the invoice to the buyer.

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For more details on different inspections, click here: Inspections.

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I am a Certified Professional Inspector (CPI) and am a member of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. In addition to being a member of the Greater Lewisville Association of Realtors, I am also certified by InterNachi (International Association of Home Inspectors) with a $10,000 Honor Guarantee.

My experience includes inspecting hundreds of homes as an insurance adjuster as well as being a file examiner, team lead, auditor, and dispute resolver for insurance claims.

Please see the Qualifications page for more information.


Every inspection is unique. For images from some of my inspections click here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Often, I am asked questions about the inspection process itself such as what areas are inspected, how long it takes, when the report will be available and more. Please click here for a list of the common questions. If you have a question not included here, please contact me and I will be happy to answer your questions.


If you wish to file a complaint, please click: Texas Real Estate Commission Consumer Protection Notice.