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  • I Provide Exceptional Service
    My ultimate goal is to provide you with exceptional service that truly adds value to your life. If you decide to hire me, rest assured, I'll equip you with all the right information needed to make the best decisions. I understand that this could be the most significant decision and investment you'll ever make, and I feel honored to assist you at this crucial moment. During the inspection, I'll show you everything I inspect and everything you need to know about your home or building. I'll walk you through how your home works, how to maintain it, and even share tips on saving home energy. After the inspection, you can expect an easy-to-read and clear-to-understand inspection report, along with a short summary report. To help you take care of your home, I'll also provide you with a comprehensive 100-page home maintenance book. This valuable resource includes information on spotting potential issues before they become major problems, DIY home repairs, and seasonal home maintenance checklists. With the aid of infrared technology, I'll be able to see things that are invisible to the naked eye. I'll also utilize various specialized tools, including a moisture meter, GFCI and AFCI tester, crawlspace gear, and a drone, to ensure a thorough inspection. When you choose me as your inspector, you become part of my network of clients and neighbors. I'm always available to assist you, especially if you encounter any issues with your house. Welcome to the neighborhood! I'm here to ensure your new home is a place of safety, comfort, and happiness. Let's embark on this journey together.
  • I Am a Certified Professional Inspector CPI®
    As a member of InterNACHI®, the world's leading organization of certified inspectors, I take immense pride in being a Certified Professional Inspector CPI®. To keep my certification as a home inspector up-to-date, I invest 24 hours in Continuing Education every year. Additionally, I am certified in various other types of inspections. Rest assured, my dedication to professional excellence ensures you'll receive top-notch service and expertise during your inspection.
  • We Inspect Everything Listed Here
    We inspect everything listed in the Home Inspection Standards of Practice, which is available by visiting
  • We Offer Many Different Types of Inspections
    We provide residential and commercial property inspections. We perform inspections according to a Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics. We also provide additional types of inspections, including: Wood-Destroying Organism (Termite) Inspections Radon Gas Testing Mold Inspections and Testing Infrared Certified® Thermography Inspections Healthy Homes Inspections Pool & Spa Inspections And more. Check out our inspection services in detail by visiting
  • We Inspect Homes and Buildings
    Rest assured, we conduct thorough inspections in strict accordance with the Home Inspection Standards of Practice. This means we'll inspect everything from the foundation to the roof and everything in between, including all systems and components. During the inspection, we'll carefully check for any signs of moisture intrusion, water leaks, or material defects. If we discover any issues, we'll walk you through the findings, explaining the problem and why it needs to be addressed. Additionally, we may recommend qualified contractors to conduct further assessments and handle necessary repairs. Our goal is to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of your property and ensure your peace of mind.
  • Just Four Things
    Buying a home can be overwhelming, especially with all the information you need to absorb during the inspection process. From written reports to environmental findings, it can get stressful. But don't worry, I'm here to help you navigate through it all. During the inspection, I'll provide you with maintenance recommendations, life expectancies of various systems, and minor imperfections - all essential knowledge for you as a homeowner. However, what truly matters are four categories: 1. Major defects, like structural failures, which need immediate attention. 2. Issues that may lead to major defects, such as small roof leaks that could become more significant over time. 3. Matters that may affect your ability to finance, legally occupy, or insure the home. 4. Safety hazards, like exposed live electrical components that require urgent action. I'll guide you on addressing anything in these categories, and remember, most problems can be fixed inexpensively to ensure your safety and protect your investment. While most sellers are honest, they aren't obligated to repair everything mentioned in the report. No home is flawless, so it's crucial to keep things in perspective. Let's focus on the significant issues and not get caught up in minor ones or deferred maintenance. Together, we'll make sure you have the information you need to make informed decisions and find the perfect home for you!
  • A Real Estate Agent's Duty
    Hey there, real estate professional! Now that your clients' offer has been accepted, it's time to choose a home inspector, and I'm here to give you some guidance. Let's make sure you're looking out for your clients' best interests. When recommending an inspector, steer clear of those who write overly lenient reports, those who pay to be on your office's preferred list, or those who offer the cheapest rates. Instead, your fiduciary duty requires you to recommend the very best inspectors out there. The National Association of REALTORs lays out your duties in their Code of Ethics. You're obligated to protect and promote your clients' interests and disclose any financial benefits you may receive from recommending real estate services. Choosing an inspector solely based on merit is the most ethical and responsible approach. Remember, your clients are making a significant investment, and finding a competent inspector matters. While no agent can guarantee an inspector's thoroughness, there's a strong correlation between fees and competence - you generally get what you pay for. To avoid any potential issues, always prioritize your clients' needs, and don't compromise on the quality of the inspector you recommend. It's all about making sure your clients are well taken care of and have a successful home buying experience. Happy house hunting!
  • Material Defects in the Summary Report
    It's essential that you take the time to thoroughly read and understand the entire inspection report. Feel free to ask questions about anything you come across in the report. In the inspection report, I will detail the defects I observe during the inspection, focusing on those that I consider to be material or very serious. These material defects require immediate attention and evaluation by a qualified contractor or professional. To make it easier for you, I'll also provide a summary report highlighting these material defects. However, please remember that the summary report is not a substitute for the comprehensive inspection report. Your understanding and awareness are vital in ensuring the safety and condition of your property. I'm here to assist you every step of the way!
  • Walk and Talk With Your Inspector
    Join me on a walk-through during your inspection! I'll make sure to show you everything you need to know about your house. Feel free to ask any questions as we explore the property together. Your satisfaction is my priority, so I'll work for you until you're happy with the inspection. You don't need to pay me until we've completed the inspection to your satisfaction. I'm here to ensure you have a smooth and informative experience throughout the process. Let's get started and make sure you feel confident about your new home!
  • Read the Standards, Agreement, Report, and Book
    Please read the Home Inspection Standards of Practice (, the Code of Ethics (, the home inspection agreement that we sign before we begin the home inspection at the property, the entire inspection report(s) and not just the summary, and the InterNACHI® home maintenance book that I will give you at the end of the inspection.
  • Understand the Inspector's Responsibility
    As your home inspector, I'm here to provide a comprehensive evaluation of your home's condition at the time of the inspection. I'm a generalist, not an expert, but I'll do my best to assess and report on all aspects of the property. It's crucial for homeowners to understand that wear and tear is a natural part of owning a home. Things will break or wear out over time, and that's normal. Remember, a home inspection doesn't predict future events or offer warranties and guarantees. It's focused on the current condition of the property. Any future issues are the homeowner's responsibility. Please keep in mind that the inspection and report are based on observations made on the day of the inspection, not future conditions. While I'll identify material defects, it's important to know that not every issue may be apparent during the inspection. Rest assured, I'm dedicated to providing you with an accurate snapshot of your home's condition on inspection day. Let's work together to ensure you have all the information you need to maintain your property effectively.
  • Read the Inspector's Promise
    I understand that selecting the right home inspector can be challenging. Unlike other professionals you hire, we might not meet until our appointment. It's true; inspectors differ in qualifications, equipment, experience, reporting methods, and pricing. But here's my commitment to you: If you choose me to inspect your new home, I guarantee to give it my all. Your satisfaction and peace of mind are my top priorities. You have my word on that. Let's work together, and I'll make sure you get the best possible inspection for your new home.
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