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Professional Home Inspections in Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex Area by Cocco Inspection Company. Our inspections will give you the peace of mind, and the information you need to make the right decision for your property. Your home will be inspected by a TREC Licensed and InterNACHI Certified Professional Inspector. You can expect your inspection to be comprehensive, accurate and honest. We will go above and beyond to communicate the results of your home inspection with clarity, and answer any questions or concerns about the findings.

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Certified Home Inspector with over 20 years of experience in the Home Construction field.

Same Day Reports

A full, detailed Inspection Report is delivered to you within hours.

Home Inspection Services Offered

Our Dallas Home Inspection Company provides a comprehensive range of property inspection services aimed at ensuring the safety and functionality of your property. From structural assessments to electrical and plumbing inspections, we offer thorough home inspections including all the major components of your home. We are dedicated to providing you with accurate and detailed reports that can help you understand the importance of identifying any potential safety hazards or defects in your property, and make informed decisions about your investment.. Additionally, we pride ourselves on our exceptional customer service and affordable pricing options.

Buyer's Home Inspections

If you are buying your new home, before you make your decision, a Buyer’s Home Inspection is important to get a glimpse at the home’s condition. Problems discovered could determine what could become a major expense now or in the future. By investing in a thorough inspection upfront, you can avoid any surprises and ensure a smoother transaction without any major problems that could derail the deal.

Seller's Pre-Listing Home Inspections

When you are planning on selling your home, it is also a good idea to get a Seller’s Pre-listing Home Inspection. By doing this, you determine items that need addressing prior to putting your home on the market. By being a proactive home seller you can avoid deficiencies that could either postpone or complicate the sale.

New Construction Inspections

We all think that buying “new” would mean “no issues” (kind of like buying a new vs used car). However, that is not the case. When buying a new home you also have to think of problems, poor craftsmanship that the builder may have not addressed, or may have just covered up. Cocco Inspection Company acting as an independent inspector will become your trusted eyes towards the purchase of your new home with our New Construction Inspection Services.

One Year Builder Warranty Inspections

Most new homes include a 12 month warranty; therefore, a home inspection at the 11th month is highly recommended. This builder warranty inspection can discover items still covered by the warranty, as well as items that could become an expensive issue in the future. Similarly, items that need to be fixed before the warranty expires.

Annual Home Maintenance Inspection

Regular home maintenance is essential to keep your property in good condition. An Annual Home Maintenance Inspection can help identify issues that need attention before they become major problems, as well as provide recommendations on how to improve the property’s overall condition. This type of inspection typically covers areas such as the roof, gutters, foundation, HVAC systems, plumbing, and electrical systems. It can help you stay on top of necessary repairs and maintenance tasks to ensure that your home remains safe and comfortable for you and your family.

Construction Draw Inspections

During the construction of a custom home, there will be times when the financing bank will need a Construction Draw inspection, to determine the completion status of certain parts of the construction process, in order to release funds. This type of inspection is limited to travel time, please call me at (945) 233-8874 to discuss if needed.

+ Pool & Spa Inspections

As Certified Pool & Spa Inspectors, we provide Pool Inspections as an add-on service to our comprehensive home inspection package. We also offer standalone pool inspections for those who specifically need this service. A careful assessment of your pool and equipment is performed to ensure that they are in good working order, providing you with a detailed report of our findings. Whether you choose to include it as part of a larger inspection or opt for a standalone service, you can trust us to thoroughly evaluate your pool’s safety and functionality.

+ Radon Testing Inspections

As a naturally occurring gas, Radon can be found in many homes and buildings and is a known health hazard. We are Radon Tester Certified and trained in the latest Radon testing techniques, and will work quickly and efficiently to identify any potential issues. We provide short-term Radon Testing options, with results delivered promptly so that you can take appropriate action if necessary. Trust us to provide the peace of mind that comes from knowing your home or building is safe from Radon exposure.

Contact Us Today!

Use this contact form to get in touch with us if you have any questions regarding our services.​ Additionally, if you are ready to schedule your home inspection, please visit our dedicated page for scheduling, where we ask you more details about your property and we set a time and date that works best for you.


    (945) 233-8874


    Mailing Address

    Cocco Inspection LLC
    539 W. Commerce St.
    Suite 7173
    Dallas, TX 75208


    Mon – Fri: 8am – 6pm
    Saturday: 9am – 3pm

    Areas of Focus of a Professional Home Inspection

    Our inspector is certified, experienced, dedicated, highly-skilled and exceptionally qualified, with knowledge gained in the construction field over two decades.

    On inspection date, we always encourage the client to be present during the inspection. After completion of your inspection, we deliver to you a detailed inspection report. Joining us during your house inspection, is the perfect opportunity to help you to get familiar with your new home. In the case of a pre-listing home inspection, though, this report will help you determine the areas of concern that could potentially complicate the sale. Additionally, I can be there to answer any questions you may have. To learn more about this process and our Standards of Practice, please visit our section:​ What To Expect During A Home Inspection.

    The Professional Home Inspection we conduct are comprehensive. That same day, we will provide you with a very details and comprehensive report of the current state of the areas mentioned below.


    Faucets, drains and visible components of the plumbing system are inspected to make sure that your home has a properly functioning system.

    Roof Covering

    The roof covering inspection makes sure that your roof is in condition to do its job. Which is, making sure your house has protection against the elements, mainly rain. Also, preventing water from leaking into the structure and causing damage.


    Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) – Having a proper functioning Air Conditioner and heat in the North Texas area is necessary due to extreme weather. With this in mind, we investigate the symptoms that could relate to a HVAC System, not performing to its intended purpose.


    Our deck inspection includes a thorough examination of the deck’s structure, support posts, railing systems, and stairs. We also check for rotting wood, insect infestations, and other signs of damage that could compromise the safety of your outdoor living space.


    Electrical service entrance and electrical panel are inspected to asses proper installation. Additionally, we determine the presence of any dangers lurking in from the actual panel or installation. Also include with this inspection, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, electrical outlets, switches, and GFCI receptacles will be inspected for proper function.


    The chimney inspection aims to ensure the safety of your home and family by checking the condition of the flue liners, chimney caps, and masonry. We will determine if there are any cracks, blockages, or other issues that could pose a risk to your health and property.


    The attic inspection is intended to identify potential problems that may not be visible from the ground level. We will check for adequate ventilation, insulation levels, pest infestations, and water leaks that could lead to mold growth or other hazardous conditions.


    We also inspect installed appliances to make sure they work properly.


    The integrity of the your home relies on its foundation and skeleton (frame). Although, these components are mostly hidden and completely out of sight, we are trained to look for signs of issues hidden within your home. In other words, we can help you determine whether something is an issue that may only need monitoring, or something that requires the intervention of a professional.


    Window, doors, walls, and handrails (to list a few), are part of the inspection. Even though it is not meant to be an exhaustive or aesthetic inspection, we always look for areas that could require excessive cost to the homeowner. Most importantly, areas that could even be dangerous for the occupants and visitors.

    Moisture Intrusion

    We know how important it is to keep moisture out of your home. That’s why we provide a moisture intrusion inspection that covers areas prone to water damage such as basements, crawl spaces, bathrooms, and kitchen areas. We use advanced tools and techniques to detect hidden leaks or moisture problems that could lead to costly repairs down the line.

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    Home Inspection FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

    The Home Inspection FAQs section is meant to answer all your questions related to our home inspection services, and the way we operate. Also included, are the related questions and misconceptions people have about home inspections in general, as an industry. This list is constantly being updated based on the feedback we get from our customers and the industry trends.

    If your specific question is not included in this list, please submit it using our contact form. Alternately, if you are ready to schedule your inspection, please visit our dedicated scheduling section.

    How much does a Home Inspection cost?

    Home Inspections start at $350.00.

    Prices vary depending on different factors. Such as the age of the property, square footage, crawl space, and attic access, to name a few. The final price of your home inspection will be calculated once you submit the scheduling section The information provided must accurately contain all the details of the property to inspect. This personalized quote will reflect the best services recommended for your property. You can trust that we will work with you to provide the best price for your inspection.

    Can I be there during the home inspection process?

    YES! It is recommended that you are there during the inspection, that way I can explain what I am evaluating, this way there is a better understanding of the report.

    What is a Home Inspection?

    A Home Inspection is a visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a house, apartment, or any other residential property. Sellers and buyers can benefit. It is usually conducted by a certified and licensed home inspector who inspects the property to identify any defects or issues that need attention. The inspection covers various aspects such as the roof, plumbing, electrical, heating and cooling system, foundation, walls, doors and windows, among others. The goal of a home inspection is to provide an objective assessment of the condition of the property, so that potential buyers can make informed decisions before making one of the largest investments of their lives.

    Do you have any membership to any Inspector’s associations?

    I am licensed through the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). Certified by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI). Also a member of the Texas Professional Real Estate Inspectors Association (TPREIA), affiliate member of Texas Realtors, and the MetroTex Association of Realtors.

    Should I do anything specific to prepare for a home inspection?

    If you are a home buyer, there isn’t much you can do to prepare for the inspection, but I you are getting ready to sell your home, then you could tackle items that may seem obvious and that you can do correctly, this could minimize items in the inspection report.

    How long until you deliver your report?

    I am usually completing my report during the inspection, however I like to revise the outcome and add notes before delivering. The inspection must be paid in order to complete the report and in most cases the report will be delivered within 2 days of inspection.

    How long does a home inspection take to complete?

    The typical home inspection will take about 2-3 hours to complete, however time may vary depending on the size of the house and any additional inspection services.

    What will be inspected during the inspection?

    Basic inspections are based on the major systems of the house. These systems include Foundations, Structure, Plumbing, Electrical, HVAC, and Appliances. There are also extra systems which can be inspected such as Pools, and Radon Inspection.

    Is there education to keep you updated on methods of inspection?

    TREC and InterNACHI require that you fulfill continuing education credits in order to renew your license and certification. This also helps to keep you updated with the latest trends and methods of construction and inspections.

    When should I get an inspection?

    There are various reasons to have an inspection. The most common one is to have an inspection during the sale or purchase of a house. This is done to get a glimpse into the condition of the property. There are also inspections that can be done on new construction to assure that the builder hasn’t missed any important components of the house. There is also a 12 month warranty inspection. This is done to catch any defects that the builder can correct before the 12 month warranty of a newly constructed home is about to expire.

    Why are Home Inspections important?

    Home inspections are important because they can uncover problems with the property that may not be visible to the naked eye. If these issues go unnoticed, they could lead to costly repairs in the future and potentially even cause a buyer to back out of the deal. By investing in a thorough inspection upfront, buyers can avoid any surprises and ensure a smoother transaction without any major problems that could derail a deal.

    What does a Home Inspector do?

    A Professional Home Inspector is responsible for examining a property’s various building systems to identify any defects that may be present. They thoroughly inspect the house, including its electrical, plumbing, and structural systems, among others. By doing so, they help prospective buyers make informed decisions about their home inspection needs, ensuring that the property is safe and in good condition before making the purchase.

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