Documents & Forms

Below are a few documents and forms you can download for your convenience.  Just click on the image of your choice to view and print it.  You can also right click on the image and choose "save target as" to download it.

Sample InspectionSample Home Inspection Report
The home inspection report is divided into several sections; Structural, Electrical, Heating & Cooling,
Plumbing, Appliances, and Optional Systems, with each of those broken into subsections.
To make our detailed reports easy to read, notes for each item are classified as “Comments” or “Issues”.  “Comment” notes can include general information about the item, advice for future maintenance, and recommended repairs that are not urgent or major.  “Issues” generally include only notes that indicate a deficiency.  Any deficiency that is significant in terms of cost to repair, or requires prompt attention because of safety concerns or to avoid further damage is reported as an issue.


Inspection AgreementArchstone Home Inspections Agreement
This form details the legal information about an Archstone home inspection.  We also need a signed copy of this form in order to perform your home inspection.  You will be emailed a copy of this form when you schedule a home inspection with Archstone.  You also have the option to click on the form image on the left to view it and to do any of the following:


1.  Print the form, fill it out, sign and date it, and bring it to the inspection.
2.  Print the form, fill it out, sign and date it, scan it, and email it to
3.  Print the form, fill it out, sign and date it, and fax it to 806.353.3506.

TREC Standards of PracticeTexas Real Estate Commission - Standards of Practice
Professional Real Estate Inspectors are licensed by the state of Texas under the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC).  However, not all states require a license to perform home inspections - for example, our neighbors New Mexico and Colorado.  You are fortunate not only for the fact that Texas requires home inspectors be licensed, but also because the TREC Standards of Practice is one of the most expansive in the nation.  Archstone Home Inspections uses these Standards as minimum requirements, and we go above and beyond them in our real estate inspections.  Jeff Worsham is licensed as the highest level of home inspector - Professional Real Estate Inspector: License number 9676.

Feel free to click on the document image on the left to view the TREC Standards of Practice.

InterNACHI Standards of PracticeInternational Association of Certified Home Inspectors - Standards of Practice
The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) is the world's most elite, non-profit inspection association. Our home buying clients enjoy the professionalism only InterNACHI Certified Inspectors can provide. Our inspectors have all successfully passed InterNACHI's Inspector Examination, taken a Standards of Practice Quiz, completed a Code of Ethics Course, adhere to Standards of Practice, abide by a Code of Ethics, attend required continuing education courses, and are InterNACHI Certified.

As a member of InterNACHI, we also adhere to their Standards of Practice, which elevate our home inspections to a higher level.  Feel free to click on the document image on the left to view the InterNACHI

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