Hours of Operation:
  • Monday - Friday: 8:30am - 5:30pm
  • Saturday - Sunday: Closed
Contact Information:
Address:
  • 9595 Six Pines Drive
  • Suite 8210
  • The Woodlands,   TX   77380
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Don't think you need an Expert Engineer Inspector?
Think again...
Inspection Testimonial
Don’t go in blind... We routinely come across major defects and damages each week while inspecting in the Greater Houston Texas area!

Hi, my name is Jeff Burkman, P.E., a Professional Engineer (Structural). My business can inspect houses, determine the structural integrity of the house, and as an added bonus perform a mechanical inspection for real-estate sales transactions. My company consists of a team of engineers trained to investigate and locate deficiencies in the house structure so that you can be well-informed of the condition of the structure. Our work and skill will give you the Expert Engineer Inspector Advantage.

So what is the Expert Engineer Inspector Advantage? As a structural engineer I recognize structural problems that an ordinary inspector might miss, and can also make recommendations regarding the repair or discuss the real and/or financial impact of the structural problem in question. This advantage is also reflected in the overall lower pricing of our inspections.

Some Reasons You Should Choose Champions Engineering & Inspections:

Our inspectors are licensed Professional Engineers (P.E.) Structural
We've been performing Structural Engineering & Home Inspections in the Houston area for more than 24 years
We have performed over 15250 inspections
We are a Certified "Gold" Member of the American Society Home Inspectors (ASHI)
A member of the National Association of Home Inspectors (NAHI) and Texas Professional Real Estate Inspection Association (TPREIA).
FEMA Disaster Inspector
ICC (International Code Council) Energy Inspector and Plans Examiner
Approved Structural Engineer Inspector for The Woodlands
Elected board member for Foundation Performance Association (FPA), a Houston area Professional Engineering Organization.
Accredited Member of the Better Business Bureau for over 22 years
Our GUARANTEE to you...

We are so confident that you will think our inspection services are so great that if you are not satisfied at the end of the standard "Structural & Mechanical" buyer inspection - the inspection is FREE!

No fine print or wiggle room - it's FREE!

Houston Home Inspection Services...
A home cannot fail an inspection. A professional home inspector does not issue a pass or fail grade on a home. Instead, they should give an examination of the current condition of the prospective home and should describe the physical condition of the home. Additionally, a professional home inspection gives you an independent and unbiased view of any problems and their solutions, and indicates what may need repair or replacement so you will have the facts you need to make a sound and informed decision about the property.

At Champions Engineering & Inspections, we take our inspections seriously. Each inspection is a complete and thorough analysis of all the major systems and components on the property. Our inspection reports include clear descriptions of any problems we have found with the integrity of the building and with digital photos so you can easily identify them.

Our most popular home inspections are discussed below. Prices are dependent upon several factors, such as: type of property (condo, townhome, detached house, etc.); square footage of property; age of property; and location. If you wish to have a price check on the property you want us to inspect, please contact us.

Water Heater Visual Structural and Mechanical Inspection (Standard or Traditional): This inspection will address the structural and mechanical condition of the dwelling. This mostly involves a visual documentation of the dwelling. Visual inspection will include code assessment (safety, health and welfare), inspection of the foundation, attic framing, bearing walls, insulation, roof, grading and mechanicals. Mechanicals include the heating/cooling, plumbing, electrical, water heater and sprinkler systems of the dwelling. These reports will bear the Professional Engineering Seal.

Foundation Inspection: Normally requested when foundation issues are in question or to determine a baseline elevations when house is new or when purchased. An inspection of the foundation includes using an electronic manometer to measure and determine the elevation differentials of the slab. Once the elevations have been determined and calculated, the Professional Engineer will determine whether the slab is in need of repair or is functioning as intended. If the foundation is in need of repair, he will provide a drawing and recommendations for repair that can be presented to a foundation company for repairs to be performed. These reports will bear the Professional Engineering Seal.Structural

Structural Inspection: A Foundation and a Visual Inspection (described above) of the attic framing, bearing walls, drainage and functionality. The Professional Engineer will inspect for damage and indications of stress or fatigue. The report will declare whether the foundation is functional or in need of repair and will be accompanied with a drawing of the elevations. The report will also make recommendations for framing and foundation repairs. These reports will bear the Professional Engineering Seal.

Structural Engineering and Mechanical Inspection: This is our most recommended selection which combines all three inspections described above. It is also the most economical inspection provided and can only be offered by Professional Engineers. These reports will bear the Professional Engineering Seal.

Crushed Duct Structural Rough-Inspections: This inspection is only available for new houses prior to insulation and sheetrock. It focuses on the structural elements of the dwelling and offers recommendations for repair to the builder before critical elements are covered by sheetrock. Miss this inspection and you could be faced with major and inconvenient repairs surfacing years down the road and/or expensive repairs upon resale of your home. These reports will bear the Professional Engineering Seal.

First Year Warranty Period Inspections: Prior to the end of the first year ownership of a brand new home, you should have an inspection before the builder's first year warranty expires. This would be the same inspection as described in the Traditional Visual Structural and Mechanical Inspection above. These reports will bear the Professional Engineering Seal.

Give Champions Engineering & Inspections a call today: 281-537-5522
Or Click Here to Request Your Home Inspection Online
Don't think you need an Expert Engineer Inspector?
Think again...
Inspection Testimonial
Don’t go in blind... We routinely come across major defects and damages each week while inspecting in the Greater Houston Texas area!

Hi, my name is Jeff Burkman, P.E., a Professional Engineer (Structural). My business can inspect houses, determine the structural integrity of the house, and as an added bonus perform a mechanical inspection for real-estate sales transactions. My company consists of a team of engineers trained to investigate and locate deficiencies in the house structure so that you can be well-informed of the condition of the structure. Our work and skill will give you the Expert Engineer Inspector Advantage.

So what is the Expert Engineer Inspector Advantage? As a structural engineer I recognize structural problems that an ordinary inspector might miss, and can also make recommendations regarding the repair or discuss the real and/or financial impact of the structural problem in question. This advantage is also reflected in the overall lower pricing of our inspections.

Some Reasons You Should Choose Champions Engineering & Inspections:

Our inspectors are licensed Professional Engineers (P.E.) Structural
We've been performing Structural Engineering & Home Inspections in the Houston area for more than 24 years
We have performed over 15250 inspections
We are a Certified "Gold" Member of the American Society Home Inspectors (ASHI)
A member of the National Association of Home Inspectors (NAHI) and Texas Professional Real Estate Inspection Association (TPREIA).
FEMA Disaster Inspector
ICC (International Code Council) Energy Inspector and Plans Examiner
Approved Structural Engineer Inspector for The Woodlands
Elected board member for Foundation Performance Association (FPA), a Houston area Professional Engineering Organization.
Accredited Member of the Better Business Bureau for over 22 years
Our GUARANTEE to you...

We are so confident that you will think our inspection services are so great that if you are not satisfied at the end of the standard "Structural & Mechanical" buyer inspection - the inspection is FREE!

No fine print or wiggle room - it's FREE!

Houston Home Inspection Services...
A home cannot fail an inspection. A professional home inspector does not issue a pass or fail grade on a home. Instead, they should give an examination of the current condition of the prospective home and should describe the physical condition of the home. Additionally, a professional home inspection gives you an independent and unbiased view of any problems and their solutions, and indicates what may need repair or replacement so you will have the facts you need to make a sound and informed decision about the property.

At Champions Engineering & Inspections, we take our inspections seriously. Each inspection is a complete and thorough analysis of all the major systems and components on the property. Our inspection reports include clear descriptions of any problems we have found with the integrity of the building and with digital photos so you can easily identify them.

Our most popular home inspections are discussed below. Prices are dependent upon several factors, such as: type of property (condo, townhome, detached house, etc.); square footage of property; age of property; and location. If you wish to have a price check on the property you want us to inspect, please contact us.

Water Heater Visual Structural and Mechanical Inspection (Standard or Traditional): This inspection will address the structural and mechanical condition of the dwelling. This mostly involves a visual documentation of the dwelling. Visual inspection will include code assessment (safety, health and welfare), inspection of the foundation, attic framing, bearing walls, insulation, roof, grading and mechanicals. Mechanicals include the heating/cooling, plumbing, electrical, water heater and sprinkler systems of the dwelling. These reports will bear the Professional Engineering Seal.

Foundation Inspection: Normally requested when foundation issues are in question or to determine a baseline elevations when house is new or when purchased. An inspection of the foundation includes using an electronic manometer to measure and determine the elevation differentials of the slab. Once the elevations have been determined and calculated, the Professional Engineer will determine whether the slab is in need of repair or is functioning as intended. If the foundation is in need of repair, he will provide a drawing and recommendations for repair that can be presented to a foundation company for repairs to be performed. These reports will bear the Professional Engineering Seal.Structural

Structural Inspection: A Foundation and a Visual Inspection (described above) of the attic framing, bearing walls, drainage and functionality. The Professional Engineer will inspect for damage and indications of stress or fatigue. The report will declare whether the foundation is functional or in need of repair and will be accompanied with a drawing of the elevations. The report will also make recommendations for framing and foundation repairs. These reports will bear the Professional Engineering Seal.

Structural Engineering and Mechanical Inspection: This is our most recommended selection which combines all three inspections described above. It is also the most economical inspection provided and can only be offered by Professional Engineers. These reports will bear the Professional Engineering Seal.

Crushed Duct Structural Rough-Inspections: This inspection is only available for new houses prior to insulation and sheetrock. It focuses on the structural elements of the dwelling and offers recommendations for repair to the builder before critical elements are covered by sheetrock. Miss this inspection and you could be faced with major and inconvenient repairs surfacing years down the road and/or expensive repairs upon resale of your home. These reports will bear the Professional Engineering Seal.

First Year Warranty Period Inspections: Prior to the end of the first year ownership of a brand new home, you should have an inspection before the builder's first year warranty expires. This would be the same inspection as described in the Traditional Visual Structural and Mechanical Inspection above. These reports will bear the Professional Engineering Seal.

Give Champions Engineering & Inspections a call today: 281-537-5522
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