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Your real estate inspectors will inspect the heating and air conditioning components.  Checking for safe installation and possible areas that may need service or replacement by an HVAC specialist.  All accessible ducting is also inspected.

Why choose an AAPI inspector for your inspection ?

Our history of professionalism and leadership in the inspection field stands alone from other inspection companys nationwide. Founded on integrity and the highest standards in the industry, you can always count on the best services. We have an impeccable record of excellence with the TREC and all other city, state and federal agencies. We are certified by the city and county of Dallas in their HQS, UPCAP and UCAP programs.  We are licensed by the SPCB as certified applicators in the termite field, the highest level of expertise. We have an experienced certified mold assessor on staff. We are certified site assessment consultants, registered with the EPA and state health departments. We are licensed lead inspectors registered with the EPA and state health departments. We provide commercial and residential inspections and consulting. We provide expert consulting nationwide on any construction related situation.  

The is a fiber insulated  room vent. Having good air air flow and low moisture is very important. If you have low air flow or high moisture in your HVAC system, mold can grow in this insulation fiber.

The Emergency pan is angled to the corner. The pan will not drain properly and will rust in the corner after being used. 

The aux. drain openings are sealed.  Both units will rust out at the seams. If the main lines stop up the water will accumulate inside the units. There could be as much as 3 inches of water inside the condensate pan. The only way the condensate can drain out is at the seams of the unit.

The main drain lines are tied together in the attic. If the common line becomes restricted both units will have the mail lines stop up and backup.

Freon line insulation stops before line passes through wall.  Freon lines are not insulated inside walls or in attic.  Will drip in walls and attic.

The ducts have been spliced poorly and will have lower air flow.

Just because it is a new home and the city has permitted and signed off on the final review doesn’t mean there are no problems.

We examine everything.

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The builder has placed a bucket under the heater vent stack because it leaks from the roof level. He hopes you don’t notice!

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