Bruce D’Ostroph

My name is Bruce D’Ostroph and my goal is to ensure customer satisfaction.  You see, I’m a retired police detective and have always wanted to help people.  My joy is knowing I’ve done everything in my power to make things right.  As a home inspector, I look for the probable cause for the deficiency, which usually leads to a corrective action.  While at the police department, I earned an Organizational Leadership Bachelors with Mountain State University, a Criminal Justice degree with Dallas County Community College and a life time education from the streets of Dallas.

I wasn’t born in Texas but got here as fast as I could.  I have a beautiful wife and two great kids, that I’m very proud of and love spending time with.  We adopted a Harley Davidson Street Glide and take her to the county for long enjoyable rides as often as we can.  Having fun is the foundation of happiness.


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Q: What if a home service contractor is hired & they discover something different than the home inspector?

A: It's human nature for homeowners to believe the last bit of expert advice they receive, even if it's contrary to previous advice. Unfortunately, home inspectors get blamed for any issue found, regardless of whether the issue is within the “scope” of the standard home inspection. All of our inspections are conducted in accordance with the Standards of Practice of The Texas Real Estate Commission. The Standards of Practice specifically state what’s included & excluded from the standard home inspection & typically home service contractors aren't familiar with this. Home inspectors are generalists, not experts. When issues are found, their job is to document & refer the client to specialists such as licensed Electricians, Plumbers, HVAC Contractors, Structural Engineers, etc. When conflicting information is presented to you by a contractor after the inspection, It is best for you, the homeowner, to conduct your research & communicate your concern with all parties associated. We perform home inspections from a different perspective & provide information that is distinctive from home service contractors.

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