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The Flying Inspector

Recently I have seen requests asking if I would travel to places further west.

Across #hasTexas

Off the Beaten Path

Hunting Cabins

Mountain/Desert Homes

Local Inspectors Too Busy

Just Need an Objective and Thorough Inspector

In Texas, “further west” can be halfway to San Diego. I wondered if the economics would work and realized I would have to charge way too much to cover actual expenses of flying my plane to far reaches of Texas but then I also realized it might be a nice break and opportunity to fly, which is always fun, and at least get the flight paid for.

That’s how The Flying Inspector offering was born. Since then I have had a couple of remote inspections and as expected I benefited by meeting great people and exploring new places I often only drove through or flew over. I love small towns and out of the way airports so I think it was a good fit. Not to mention I have friends across Texas and I get an excuse to stop in. Win-Win.

And the client gets a thorough, licensed professional inspector trained to find the good, the bad and the ugly.

So I look forward to hearing from more folks who I can help…wherever they are located. This will be interesting if nothing else. And the client gets a thorough, licensed professional inspector trained to find the good, the bad and the ugly. My trusty thermal camera will be with me to ensure the heat stays where you want it.

The Flying Inspector now is available for locations from Texarkana to El Paso.

Flexibility is going to be needed but most times I can be there within a week. Price is negotiable.

The next time you wonder who could inspect that cabin way off the beaten track or that second home off the grid. Give us a call.

I can usually throw in an aerial view of the house.

—-Tony Pynes, The Flying Inspector TREC 23222

512-771-5155

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