About SETX Home Inspections

Certified Home Inspectors in Beaumont, Texas

Certified Home Inspection Services Texas

SETX Home Inspections Mission Statement

What we do

Perform Home & Commercial Property Inspections to a high degree of quality and commitment to total disclosure and safety.

How We do it

Climb, crawl, examine, understand, learn more, operate items effectively, inspect, test, evaluate, and sample every item in the home if it is safely accessible.

Why we do it
  • To provide home buyers with peace of mind about the potential issues with a home purchase because you don’t get a 60-day money back guarantee. Also, to help give them some idea of life expectancy of components as best as I can
  • To provide home sellers with the knowledge that they will not encounter any delays or unexpected surprises during the contract execution phase. And if there are issues, point them out up front and explain the potential concessions or consequences of the findings.
Who we do it for

Home Buyers and Sellers; people present, people out of state, newlyweds, seasoned real estate moguls, first time home buyers, and investors.

How we succeed each day at it

Committing to the highest degree of review and inspection we are capable of. The highest standards of integrity, honesty, and commitment to the client and their investment in us. Learning constantly of new items and performance indicators to perform home inspections by. By going beyond what our industry says we are only required to do; offer goods and services that bring value to the inspection industry for our clients that they want and need.


Hi, my name is Jason Cooley, and I am the Texas Real Estate Commission certified Professional Home Inspector and Owner of SETX Home Inspections.

We are a Christian family that believes in faith, family, friendship, and honor. We are located in the heart of Southeast Texas and we understand the region and the unique properties that are found within it.

We are small town America. I was born and raised in Louisiana. Often times money was hard to come by, and every dollar was earned by the sweat of our backs and spent wisely. We understand the dreams and aspirations of home ownership and the importance of a dollar to our families. When you make what is possibly the most significant investment of your life in your home, you want to be assured it is safe, and won’t pose any health hazards to your family, nor do you want it to become a money pit. 

I started this business because I have a lot of knowledge to share, and enjoy educating others about safe and efficient home purchases and ownership. I also believe in strong business ethics, and morality to conduct business to a higher standard. I held several jobs in my younger years as a home builder, remodeler, painter, and carpenter. I saw the good, the bad, and the ugly on those homes. I learned a lot, and I learned that if you don’t know what you’re looking at, you can get taken for a ride that you often can’t afford. 

I thoroughly enjoy looking at homes and properties and advancing my knowledge and sharing with others. While I can’t forecast future events, and I don’t have X-ray vision to see inside the walls, I do know the signs to look for when inspecting for defects and issues. There are usually multiple tell-tale symptoms to look for on things like roof leaks, foundation settlement, and the structural safety of a home. I want to provide you with the knowledge of the accessibility, operability, and safety of the components in your home purchase or sale, so that you can make educated decisions on your next move. I will do my best to be your representative at all times and work with your best interest in mind. I work with you- the father, the mother, the parent, the first-time home owner, the retiree, the new business owner, and the investor, in mind. 

Give us a call today and let us earn your business. We not only want you as a customer, but also as a friend with long lasting ties from trust and integrity in our business commitment to you.

What we do

During a typical inspection, we will review the installation, accessibility, and operability of all plumbing, electrical, and HVAC components, the grading and drainage around the home, performance and evaluation of the foundation, roofing system, and all other structural components and overall safety and security of the systems that make up your new home. We will inspect and test built in appliances such as dishwashers and stoves if they are present. We will test and inspect HVAC and heating systems to ensure they are operating safely and properly, and inform you of any accessibility issues. We will inspect the roof coverings and the roof system by entering the attic if it is accessible. If the home is on pier and beam, or has some type of crawlspace beneath it, we will enter and inspect it if it is safe to do so with proper clearance and access is available. We will review the electrical service entry to the home and the meter box and service panels.  If there is an on-site propane storage tank, we will perform a visual evaluation of the tank and inspect it for leaks using a combustible gas monitor. We will visually inspect the well system and the plumbing components that are visible if a well is on the property.  We will review each room for proper branch circuitry and fixture condition.

Have an inspector on site who is knowledgeable of proper building methods, materials, and is able to review the quality of workmanship with your best interest and safety in mind and perform the inspection as per the TREC Standards of Practice. Call us for a free estimate and more details about what we do and the services we offer.

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*We are not certified to perform termite/WDI inspections, but are able to source that for you if needed, as most lender require a WDI report.