First of all allow me to introduce myself. My name is Phillip Stojanik and I have been inspecting residential and
commercial real estate in the greater Houston area for over 33 years and I have personally inspected thousands of properties.
the right inspector is not just a matter of getting a couple of quotes and then going with the lowest price. You need to
understand that every inspector brings a different set of qualifications and experience level to the job. If it is important
to you to get a good inspection, then find the inspector who has the right qualifications and who will take
the time to do a thorough inspection and report the results back in plain language. I am that inspector and you
will always work with me personally when you call Pro Check Inspection Services!
Inspectors in the state of Texas are licensed by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). I currently hold a license as
a Professional Real Estate Inspector. License #4522.
I also hold a licensed as a Mold Assessment Consultant through the Texas Department of State Health Services (TDSHS). License
In addition to being a Licensed Professional Real Estate Inspector and a Iincensed Mold Assessment Consultant, I also hold a
State license as an HVAC contractor through the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR). License #B-4793. (Note
that I keep my HVAC license in good standing but no longer contract for the public.)
Inspector Committee (past member)
I was honored to have been selected to serve as a member of an advisory board to the Texas
Real Estate Commission in Austin. While on the Inspector Committee I served on the Standards of Practice, Education, and
Contributing textbook Author: Professional Home Inspection Results ISBN #0-9713610-0-2 Published by Procor
This textbook by primary author Richard Lee Burgess and myself has been used to help educate aspiring home
inspectors here in Texas and in other states across the country.
Education for Real Estate Agents and Brokers
I authored a continuing education course for real estate agents and brokers
regarding the inspection process. This course is approved by state regulatory boards across the country for continuing education
credit. The course was originally developed through CompuTaught/Cengage Learning.
Elected Board Member
Phillip Stojanik is a currently elected member of the Board of the American Society of Construction
Analyst (ASCA) and a former Board member of the Professional Inspectors Coalition (PIC).
- Residential Building Inspector (5149190-B1)
- Residential Mechanical Inspector (5149190-M1)
- Residential Plumbing Inspector (5149190-P1)
Electrical Inspector (5149190-E1)
Building Code Certification
I am Code Certified by the International Code Council as a Residential Combination Inspector.
In order to obtain this designation, code certification must be maintained in all of the the following:
Council-Certified Indoor Environmentalist (CIE)
My CIE designation is held with the American Council for Accredited Certification
(ACAC) The CIE certification is accredited by the Council for Engineering and Scientific Specialty Boards (CESB),
a nationally recognized independent accreditation body. ACAC certifications are the ONLY designations in the indoor air quality field
to earn CESB accreditation.
- Texas Professional Real Estate Inspectors Association (TPREIA)
- American Society of Construction Analyst (ASCA)
- Professional Inspectors
- Indoor Air Quality Association (IAQA)
- International Code Council
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