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FREEBORN INSPECTIONS is a veteran-owned company that prides itself with customer service. All full inspections come with a 100% money back guarantee.

We can meet all inspection needs.

Full Inspection

  • Structural (Foundation, Walls, Roof)
  • Attic and Ventilation
  • Doors and Windows
  • Drainage
  • Mechanical (HVAC)
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Appliances (Built-in Appliances)

Also Including

  • Thermal Imaging
  • Sprinkler Systems
  • Radon Testing
  • Phase Construction

These inspections are sub-contracted inspections by a licensed professional per industry standards:

  • Termite
  • Pool
  • Septic

Sponsorships and Memberships

Texas Professional Real Estate Inspectors Association: State And The Greater Austin Chapter ​

International Code Council

Austin Board of Realtors


Champions School of Real Estate

Pre Pour Inspection

A pre pour inspections occurs before the concrete is poured.

This inspections is to ensure the beam depths are per plan, the beams are free and clear of debris, the exposed plumbing is properly covered, the vapor barrier is installed per today’s building standard, to ensure cables and rebar have proper clearances from soil, and more.

Pre Wallboard Inspection

This is an important inspection. This inspection is an in depth inspection to ensure the structure is installed per today’s local jurisdiction building code.

The wall and roof assemblies, wall and roof structure connections, fastener connections and fasteners counts, stud and wall penetrations – notches – bores, safety glazing locations, wind bracing, fire blocking, draft stopping, clearances per plan, exterior envelope and more…

Lath Inspection

Many times lath is not installed per today’s building code or per manufacture inspection. This inspection is to ensure the stucco paper is properly installed and lapped, lath is installed and fastened properly.

Check the control joints, clearances between dissimilar materials, and ensure stucco panels will not be over sized. The control joints and drainage system are properly sized for the type of stucco system and more.

New Home Final Inspection

The New Home Final Inspection is performed when all systems are completed. This usually occurs when the house is complete and all services have the meters installed. This inspection is designed to operate systems looking for operation defects, code violations, and manufacture specifications if needed.

Having your systems and safety related systems inspected can save you money and more.