Butch says,
"INSPECT 
BEFORE

YOU INVEST!"

Click HERE for the "Texas Real Estate Commission Consumer Protection Notice"

* There are three levels of home inspectors licensed in the state of Texas.  
1. Apprentice
2. Home Inspector
3. *Professional Home Inspector.  
A Professional Home Inspector
 has completed the highest level of education, knowledge, experience and standards required by the State of Texas to be a licensed Professional Home Inspector.  You will see many Home Inspectors who advertise themselves as "Professionals" but that does not mean they are licensed as a "Professional Home Inspector" by the State of Texas Real Estate Commission. (see "About Us" page for more information).

TREC Inspector Education History

08/28/17 31300 How to Inspect Septic Systems INTERNACHI 10
06/30/17 31298 How To Inspect Pools & Spas INTERNACHI 8
01/14/17 32397 Structural Issues for Home Inspectors Course INTERNACHI 4
01/13/17 31285 Residential Plumbing Overview INTERNACHI 8
01/13/17 31303 How to Inspect the Exterior INTERNACHI 16
01/04/17 31296 How to Inspect HVAC Systems INTERNACHI 12
12/07/16 31297 How to Inspect for Moisture Instrusion INTERNACHI 8
12/04/16 31302 How to Perform Roof Inspections INTERNACHI 4
10/28/16 31294 How to Perform Deck Inspections INTERNACHI 3
10/27/16 31308 How to Inspect Manufactured and Mobile Homes INTERNACHI 12
09/26/16 28317 How to Inspect Fireplaces, Stoves, & Chimneys INTERNACHI 4
09/24/16 31304 How to Perform Residential Electrical Inspections INTERNACHI 4
09/14/16 31281 Attic, Insulation, Ventilation and Interior INTERNACHI 14
09/08/16 31291 25 Standards Every Inspector Should Know INTERNACHI 5
09/02/16 31284 Infrared Thermography Inspection Training INTERNACHI 5
08/27/16 31289 Safe Practices for the Home Inspector INTERNACHI 4
12/23/15 23492 Texas Home Inspection Professional Course (eff 9-1-11) 320 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 24
12/23/15 23492 Texas Home Inspection Professional Course (eff 9-1-11) 320 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 8
12/23/15 23492 Texas Home Inspection Professional Course (eff 9-1-11) 320 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 24
12/23/15 23492 Texas Home Inspection Professional Course (eff 9-1-11) 320 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 6
12/23/15 23492 Texas Home Inspection Professional Course (eff 9-1-11) 320 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 16
12/23/15 23492 Texas Home Inspection Professional Course (eff 9-1-11) 320 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 30
12/23/15 23492 Texas Home Inspection Professional Course (eff 9-1-11) 320 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 24
12/23/15 23492 Texas Home Inspection Professional Course (eff 9-1-11) 320 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 30
12/23/15 23492 Texas Home Inspection Professional Course (eff 9-1-11) 320 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 6
12/21/15 27191 8 Hour Texas Standards of Practice/Legal/Ethics Update UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 2
12/21/15 27191 8 Hour Texas Standards of Practice/Legal/Ethics Update UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 4
12/21/15 27191 8 Hour Texas Standards of Practice/Legal/Ethics Update UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 2
12/19/15 26819 In-Field Ride Along Training American Home Inspectors Training 40
12/19/15 26818 Classroom Experience Training Module American Home Inspectors Training 80
12/04/15 27191 8 Hour Texas Standards of Practice/Legal/Ethics Update UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 4
12/04/15 27191 8 Hour Texas Standards of Practice/Legal/Ethics Update UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 2
12/04/15 26820 Building Enclosures UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 24
12/04/15 23491 Texas Home Inspection Essentials (eff 9-1-11) 139 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 10
12/04/15 23491 Texas Home Inspection Essentials (eff 9-1-11) 139 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 4
12/04/15 27191 8 Hour Texas Standards of Practice/Legal/Ethics Update UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 2
12/04/15 23491 Texas Home Inspection Essentials (eff 9-1-11) 139 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 10
12/04/15 23491 Texas Home Inspection Essentials (eff 9-1-11) 139 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 10
12/04/15 23491 Texas Home Inspection Essentials (eff 9-1-11) 139 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 10
12/04/15 23491 Texas Home Inspection Essentials (eff 9-1-11) 139 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 8
12/04/15 27191 8 Hour Texas Standards of Practice/Legal/Ethics Update UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 2
12/04/15 23491 Texas Home Inspection Essentials (eff 9-1-11) 139 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 24
12/04/15 23491 Texas Home Inspection Essentials (eff 9-1-11) 139 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 8
12/04/15 23491 Texas Home Inspection Essentials (eff 9-1-11) 139 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 8
12/04/15 23491 Texas Home Inspection Essentials (eff 9-1-11) 139 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 10
12/04/15 23491 Texas Home Inspection Essentials (eff 9-1-11) 139 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 8
12/04/15 23491 Texas Home Inspection Essentials (eff 9-1-11) 139 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 4
12/04/15 23491 Texas Home Inspection Essentials (eff 9-1-11) 139 hrs UTA CONTINUING ED DIVISION 8

Henderson Home Inspection, LLC  PROFESSIONAL  INSPECTOR TX LIC #22131

We comply with the high standards of the
Texas Real Estate Commission Standards of Practice

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Home Inspection Services

  • InterNACHI BUY BACK WARRANTY!*
    (for details click on Menu Item above)

  • Home Buyers' Inspection

  • Pre-Listing Sellers' Inspection

  • One Year Warranty Inspection

  • ​Homeowner Yearly Maintenance Inspection
  • Storm Damage Assessment Inspection
  • ​Swimming Pool and Spa Inspection
    ​*FOR EXISTING HOME PURCHASE ONLY

​​​Jim Henderson
​Texas Licensed Professional
* Home Inspector; Certified Home Advisor Pro; InterNACHI Certified Professional Inspector; Home Advisor Screened and Approved,Top Rated and Elite Service
2018-2020 Vice-Chairman Collin County Association of Realtors Inspectors' Committee

Henderson Home inspection, LLC. In Mckinney, Frisco; Allen, Plano;  Celina, Anna, Melissa, Lucas, Collin County and Grayson Co.


A professional home inspection is an investment. If you are a comparison shopper, resist the temptation to allow pricing to be your major concern.  Bargain Inspectors are typically inexperienced newcomers who cannot justify their fees to meet the marketplace because of lack of experience, knowledge and their beginning licensing status.   In the home inspection business, you really do get what you pay for. A single defect missed by your “discount” inspector could easily cost you 100 times what you saved. More importantly, in the event of a missed safety issue, you could lose your entire home – even your life.

The price of a home inspection from Texas Inspector represents a very small percentage of the overall price of a home that will likely be the largest single purchase you ever make. This is the best money you will ever spend.   

All inspectors must be licensed in Texas, but that license is simply a license to operate an inspection business and is not indicative of the licensee’s skill level.  I am a PROFESSIONAL HOME INSPECTION, which means I have completed the HIGHEST level of education, knowledge, experience and standards required by the State of Texas to be a licensed PROFESSIONAL HOME INSPECTOR.

The inspector’s work is typically not visible or objectively measurable. That is, of course, until problems arise in the structure based upon poor construction, deferred homeowner maintenance, defective building products, or all of the above. The inspector’s work product is then easily judged by the amount of money it costs you to repair or replace defective materials and systems missed in the inspection. You will also find that there is a measurable benefit in procuring for yourself the most knowledgeable, experienced, and detail-oriented inspector available when you present your builder or seller with a 100-page inspection report filled with red ink. Nothing provides greater leverage during price negotiations.