Home Inspection Services in Abilene, TX
Morgan Inspection Services is owned by Mike Morgan, an experienced Home Inspector with an extensive background that has allowed him to employ his expertise in each and every job he takes on. Morgan Inspection Services provides the most thorough and comprehensive home inspections in Abilene, Texas. Morgan Inspection Services (formerly called Central Texas Home Inspections) has been in business since 2002, and has performed over 5000 home inspections. We also perform septic system inspections, well system inspections, and pool inspections in and around Abilene.
Why Choose Morgan Inspection Services?
- Experienced Home Inspector
- Comprehensive and Thorough Home Inspections
- Well-Written and Detailed Home Inspection Reports
- Top-Notch Customer Service
- Free Re-Inspections
- Best Value for Your Money
If you are looking for a home inspector in Abilene Texas, please give us a call at 325-998-4663. We promise that you will not be disappointed.
How Much does a Home Inspection Cost?
A typical home inspection in the Abilene, Texas area will cost anywhere from about $250 - $400. While this may sound like a lot of money to some home buyers – especially when added to all of the other expenses involved with purchasing a home, it is a small amount compared to the money that it could save you if any serious issue (or even a few small issues) are discovered during the inspection. The cost of a home inspection can be affected by various factors such as the size of the home, the age of the home, and the type of foundation.
As you shop around for a home inspector, you should not just look for the cheapest home inspection that you can find. There is a big difference between inspectors in regards to knowledge, experience, thoroughness, report quality, etc. Often, inexperienced inspectors charge less than more established inspectors because they need to do something in an effort to break into the market and get work. On the other hand, the more experienced and more expensive inspectors are often in higher demand and, thus, can charge more for their work and experience. Just remember, as in most things, you get what you pay for when you choose your home inspector.