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Business Listing   A A I Real Estate Inspections - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 687-2059


Business Listing   A Plus Leak Detection - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 783-9096


Business Listing   Accurate Inspections - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 781-0802


Business Listing   Aftermath Environmental Solutions Inc - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 762-5466


Business Listing   All-Star Pest Control - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 744-3268


Business Listing   Allstate Home Inspection & Environmental Tstng Services - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 698-8212


Business Listing   Alvin Pest Control - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 797-6345


Business Listing   Compliance Sampling & Analysis Inc - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 748-8553


Business Listing   Cox-Dirks Architects PC - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 762-1226


Business Listing   D'S Pest Control - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 796-2928


Business Listing   King Consultants Inc - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 763-6157


Business Listing   Lowery Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 741-0519


Business Listing   Lubbock Inspections Home Inspection - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 632-3422


Business Listing   Mr Rooter Plumbing - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 797-5325


Business Listing   Pat Neff & Associates - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 747-4500


Business Listing   Pillar To Post - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 794-7757


Business Listing   Roche Newton & CO - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 744-8995


Business Listing   Sikes Russell W - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 794-1776


Business Listing   Tuffy's Esko Pest Control - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 794-9772


Business Listing   West Texas Abatement - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 744-9802


Business Listing   Zavala Enterprises Inc - Lubbock, TX - Phone: (806) 746-6488


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Helpful Definition for: Home & Building Inspection Services

Home & building inspection services in Lubbock aim at providing non-invasive examination of the condition of a home or a building, often in connection with its sale. The features generally examined are - roof, basement, heating system, water heater, air-conditioning system, structure, plumbing, electrical aspects, safety & maintenance.

Clients generally employ a home inspector having the training and certifications to perform such inspections. The home & building inspection processes describe the condition of the home or building of concern at the time of inspection but do not guarantee future condition, efficiency, or life expectancy of its systems or components. These services help the clients in making a decision while buying an estate or a property.

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EPA Awards $120,000 to Huron Pines to Help Michigan Communities Address Envir...
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