Home Inspection Since 1987


Accurate Inspections provides Austin residential home inspection services to home owners, real estate investors, and real estate agents. When getting your Austin home inspection done, consider the many options we offer, including; buyer’s inspections, pre-sale inspection, general maintenance home inspections, warranty inspections, and more.

Using an experienced Austin home inspector can save you a significant amount of money by providing a detailed report of the components of your home or potential home.

Accurate Inspections of Texas does just that. We provide a visual inspection and working inspections of items and appliances.


These services include:

  • Electrical systems
  • Heating and air systems
  • Roofing
  • Ventilation
  • Interior and exterior surfaces
  • Major appliances
  • Structural integrity
  • Windows and doors

Getting your Austin residential home inspection can often be an uneasy process. We make it easy for you. We offer an un-biased approach to inspecting your home.

Additionally we offer multiple options for your Austin home inspection.

Before selling your home

Our pre-sale home inspection is perfect to offer in advance of listing your home on the market. You then know what items could become issues should you find that buyer. This is a small cost up front to avoid big headaches on the back when you get a contract on your home. A pre-sale home inspection ensures that you don’t have buyers coming back at you with a list of repair surprises.

When you are purchasing

If you are looking to purchase a home, then retaining an Austin home inspector is critical. Every home has secrets, some of them costly. The small amount you pay for a home inspection will give you priceless piece of mind in the long run.

Maintenance Inspections

It is recommended that every 2 to 3 years you get a home inspection to plan ahead for maintenance and ensure your home is running as efficient as possible. Getting an Austin residential inspection can be the key to this. By doing this you can potentially avoid costly systems from failing.