TREC # Albert DeBolt: 21289  TREC # Gina Cornelius: 21293

Decades of Experience

Fulshear, TX

Fully Licensed & Registered

Katy, TX

Top Industry Certifications

Want an Exceptional Inspection? Let Us Help!

Call (832) 567-3293 or (530) 748-9440.

General Information


GNA inspections is a full service home and commercial inspection company, we perform a comprehensive evaluation of the interior and exterior areas of your home or building. The inspection also includes all major systems and components. Our non-invasive inspection is based on observations of the visible and apparent condition of: the foundation, structural, HVAC, fireplace, roof, attic, electrical, plumbing and appliances. At GNA Inspections, we focus on customer service, educating our client and helping to make sure the process of building, selling, or buying their home is as smooth and stress free as possible. We provide computer generated easy to understand reports, with full color pictures and a summary. Our goal is to deliver a high quality report within 24-36 hours of finishing the inspection. Albert and Gina perform the inspections together. Albert has been a builder and inspecting houses in that capacity for over 20 years. We serve the greater Houston area and are priced competitively. GNA is looking forward to serving you and helping to make sure your inspection needs are met, call now to schedule your inspection! 832-567-3293 or 530-748-9440.

We have specific knowledge of the business and construction industries. With Gina's experience in business and Albert's many years in the construction industry and law enforcement, together as a team, we bring a unique skill set that is so beneficial to the home inspection industry.

After checking hundreds of items, your interactive report will be emailed and presented in an easy to read format, complete with zoom-able color photos, descriptions, diagrams, and video. Now when needed, you can watch defects in action. Listen to a bad condenser or watch lights flickering, and share the report with contractors to get accurate quotes for repair.

FAQ's


  • Do I need to notify the seller of the inspection?

    • Yes, please notify your agent of the date and time scheduled for the inspection once the appointment is determined. If you do not have an agent please notify the seller’s agent or seller, if the home is for sale by owner contact the owner, and inform them of the date and time of the inspection.


  • What should I do to prepare for an inspection?

    • Please make sure that the water, gas and electricity have been turned on prior to your appointment for a complete inspection. Please have the seller make sure that the pilot light are all lit.


  • How long does it take to get the report and what will it look like?

    • We understand that time is critical during your option period and that you need to make decisions about whether you would like to proceed with the purchase of the home or not. We will photograph and explain the deficiencies in a professional detailed, full color, computer generated report and email it usually within 24 to 30 (often times, much sooner) hours of the end of the inspection.


  • Is an inspection a guarantee or a warranty?

    • An inspection is not a guarantee or a warranty, but a visual inspection of the electrical, mechanical, structural, and appliance components of a home. A warranty can be purchased from a home warranty company. An inspection makes no guarantee to represent the operation or condition of any item after the date and time of the inspection.


  • What is the difference between an inspection and an appraisal?

    • A home inspection does not calculate the value of a home but will examine the various components of a home. The inspection determines the integrity and functioning ability, at the date and time of the inspection only, of the mechanical and structural systems
    • An appraisal is an evaluation of a home’s value based on square footage and other factors and details about the home and property. The mortgage company usually requires that an appraisal be done to protect the lender’s interest. 

We have a Supra Key for your convenience!

A complete inspection of occupied homes should have storage items moved so that access can be attained to the attic ladders, scuttle hole doors, or half attic doors, water heaters, electrical service panel, and HVAC units.

IMPORTANT: All utilities should be turned on for a complete inspection, water, electricity and natural gas!! The gas is often turned off in unoccupied homes, please verify that it is on. If the utilities are on then the fire place, stove tops, water heater and furnaces should have the gas valves turned on, pilots lit and the appliances operational.