FULBRIGHT HOME INSPECTIONS (918) 707-0689

Serving Muskogee and Eastern Oklahoma                                  OK Lic. #70001143


Services Provided:
Residential and Commercial Inspections, Radon Testing

About Our Company:
Established in eastern Oklahoma, Fulbright Home Inspections is local and involved in our community.  Our price is based on square footage (12¢ per sq. ft.)  Some home components such as a crawl space, additional heat/air zones, swimming pool, sprinkler system, water well or septic tank will have an additional fee. Fulbright Home Inspections will give you an exact price when you call. There is a minimum fee regardless of home size. Please call for our current price. Commercial inspections are priced individually.

This will be an important purchase: Do you want the most thorough inspection you can get?

The primary focus of Fulbright Home Inspections is residential inspections, although, commercial inspections are done on a limited basis.  Every effort is made to perform only one inspection a day thereby ensuring that my time and full attention are devoted solely to you and your property.  

I believe the home inspection experience should be inclusive and as such, while not required, you’re encouraged to join me during the inspection.  Having you with me on the inspection gives me an opportunity to provide you with information on maintenance items such as how to change the furnace filter or where and how to turn off the water, gas, and electricity in the event of an emergency.

A home inspection is valuable, but unless well-documented, most people won’t remember all the important details.  Many inspectors today use a ‘check list’ style report form with hand written notes.  This type of report is often hard to read or understand and does not include photos or illustrations.  The comprehensive computer generated report provided by Fulbright Home Inspections is enhanced with the use of photos and illustrations making the report much easier to understand. It will not only describe the house components and their condition but adds insight into what improvements will be necessary and when and can also help you set up a home maintenance program to assist you in the care of you new home.  My goal is to ensure that you can live safely, comfortably, and efficiently in your new home.

A Free 90 day warranty will be included with all premium inspections: Basic Inspection and HVAC duct scope.

OUR HIGH LEVEL OF TRAINING:
Our inspectors have passed the national exam. Approximately 1/2 of Oklahoma Inspectors have not passed any national exam.

  • We provide inspections for Community Action
  • Digital customized reports delivered in a timely manner
  • Experience in construction, insurance and realty 
  • Water wells & septic tank inspections*
  • Swimming pool inspections*
  • HVAC Scope with digital pictures and video where accessible*
  • Radon Testing upon request
  • Certified Inspector with the Oklahoma Commercial and Residential Inspectors Association (ORCIA) and Internachi
*Only performed in conjunction with Home Inspections at an additional charge
Contact Us       

(918) 707-0689

Be Informed.  Know The Difference Between an EMP and a General Whole Home Inspection.

Many companies in our area offer differing levels of service and product.  It is crucial you know what the differences are in the different types of services you are purchasing.  Always ask what kind of inspection you are receiving.  Beware if you are asked to sign a disclosure that excludes major sections of the home.  

The table below details the differences between a General Home Inspection and separate Structural

and EMP inspections.

 

A General Home Inspection will be done by a state licensed home inspector and will provide an objective

viewpoint of the entire property. 

 

State law dictates that a home inspection include all the items listed in the chart below. 

 

An Electrical, Mechanical, Plumbing (EMP) inspection can be done by a state licensed home inspector

or the individual licensed contractors in each field.  This will only provide a partial viewpoint of the

integral systems but will not look at the condition of the house or property.  This partial inspection is less

than what the state law dictates.  The state licensed inspector must report the required components

that were not inspected and the reasons why.

 

A Structural inspection can be done by a state licensed home inspector as part of a General Home

Inspection or a state registered engineer as a separate inspection.  This inspection is usually limited

to the foundation and/or substructure, and support systems of the property being inspected.


Components

General Home Inspection

EMP

Structural

Structural System (foundation, slab, framing)

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Lot Drainage (site grading, drainage, retaining walls)

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Exterior (siding, flashing, trim, fascia, soffit, doors, windows, balconies, decks, railings, steps, porches, walkways, patios, driveways)

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Roof System (covering, penetrations, flashings, chimneys)

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Insulation and Ventilation (Insulation and vapor barriers in attic and crawlspace, ventilation or attic and crawlspace, mechanical ventilation systems)

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Interior (Steps, stairways, railings, cabinets, countertops, doors, window seals, garage doors, automatic openers)

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Interior (Interior ceilings, walls, floors, door and window operation)

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Plumbing System (fixtures, faucets, drains, vents)

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Electrical System (Service drop, service entrance conductors, service amperage and voltage, cables and raceways, main disconnects, distribution panels, sub panels, grounding, conductors,  presence of aluminum wiring, lighting fixtures, switches, ceiling fans, receptacles ground fault circuit interrupters, wires and splicing)

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Heating System (Heating equipment, vents, flues, ductwork)

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Cooling System (Cooling equipment, ductwork)

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Built in kitchen appliances

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Fireplace (Chimney, firebox, damper, flue)

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Fireplace Solid Fuel Appliance (gas appliance)

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At Fulbright Home Inspections you will always receive a General Whole Home Inspection unless you the customer request otherwise.  



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