Schedule a New Home Inspection


Ready to move your family into a new Round Rock, Texas home? Don’t make any moves until Home Run Inspection Specialists has checked out the property. Bring our certified home inspectors in for a new home inspection—we’ll examine all of the home’s essential systems to make sure you’re aware of any defects before finalizing the purchase.

Our team will examine every part of your property and make note of any repairs or problems that need to be addressed before you move in. Once we’ve completed our inspection, you can rest easy knowing your new home will be structurally sound and safe for your loved ones.

Our team will provide you with a full report on the property’s condition within 48 hours of our visit. Schedule an appointment with Home Run Inspection Specialists by calling (512) 809-6239.


If your home warranty is about to expire, it’s time to have your home inspected by Home Run Inspection Specialists. We offer 11-month warranty inspections that will detect any structural defects before your warranty expires. Our home inspectors will carefully inspect your property and make note of any damage or problem areas that need to be corrected. You’ll receive a detailed report of our findings with all of the information you need to handle your home repairs.

Protect your investment before your home warranty expires. Contact Home Run Inspection Specialists for a home warranty inspection today.

Schedule your pre-drywall and final construction inspections together to save $50

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Home Inspection Disclosure

Our team of inspectors are employed by Home Run Home & Commercial Services, LLC – d.b.a. Home Run Inspection Specialists, a construction company specializing in residential contracting and repairs. Pursuant to section 535.220(e) (6) of the Texas Administration Code, “[The] inspector shall not accept employment to repair, replace, maintain or upgrade systems or components of [a] property covered by the Standards of Practice under this sub-chapter on which the inspector has performed an inspection under a real estate contract, lease, or exchange of real property within 12 months of the date of the inspection.” This is to ensure that the inspection performed on the date listed above is not confused as a “hard sale” of any products or services but is instead an education on the condition of the property at a period in time.

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