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  • I Have Hundreds Of Happy Clients
    Yes. I have been inspecting homes and buildings since 2019. Over the years, I've successfully completed 1000+ inspections and have built a vast network of satisfied clients, many of whom are my neighbors. If you'd like to know more about my work, you can explore my collection of 5-star ratings, client testimonials, and Google Reviews, which showcase the experiences of multiple happy clients.
  • I am a Certified Professional Inspector CPI®
    As a proud member of InterNACHI®, the foremost global organization for accredited inspectors, I hold the prestigious title of Certified Professional Inspector CPI®. To ensure that I remain at the forefront of my profession, I diligently dedicate 24 hours each year to pursuing Continuing Education, which is vital for upholding my esteemed home inspector certification. Moreover, my expertise extends beyond home inspections, encompassing a diverse range of other inspection specializations. Here are ALL of my current inspector certifications and credentials.
  • I Provide Excellent Service
    I really want to give you the best service ever, something you won't find anywhere else, that will make your life better. When you hire me, I promise to give you the right and important information so that you can make really good decisions. This decision is very important and could be the most important one you'll ever make, and I feel really honored to help you at this important time. Throughout the process, I will walk you through the inner workings of your home, imparting knowledge on effective maintenance practices, and even sharing tips on conserving home energy. Nothing that I inspect will be left undisclosed, and I will ensure you are well-informed about every aspect of the property. Rest assured, the inspection report will be presented in a user-friendly format, easily comprehensible to you. It will also contain a concise summary report for your convenience. Moreover, I want to give you a special book to help you take good care of your new home. It's a 100-page home maintenance book made just for people who bought their first newly constructed home. Inside, you'll find lots of useful information! It will show you how to spot problems in your house early before they become big issues. Plus, it will teach you how to fix some things on your own. And there's a handy checklist for each season of the year, so you know what to do when! To enhance the quality of my inspections, I employ cutting-edge tools such as an infrared camera, enabling me to detect issues beyond the naked eye's capabilities. Furthermore, I use a moisture meter, GFCI and AFCI tester, crawlspace gear, and even a drone for comprehensive evaluations. As my valued client, you will be welcomed into a network of satisfied homeowners, forming a community of neighbors who have benefited from my services. I pride myself on being readily available for my clients, especially during times when they encounter house-related challenges. With open arms, I extend a warm welcome to the neighborhood and look forward to being of service to you!
  • We Inspect Homes & Buildings
    We carefully check everything in your home following the Home Inspection Standards of Practice. This means we look at all the important parts, starting from the foundation and going all the way up to the roof. We don't miss anything in between! We can also look for signs of water getting in where it shouldn't, like leaks and other issues with the materials. If we find anything that needs fixing, we'll let you know and explain what the problem is and why it's essential to fix it. We might also suggest some expert contractors who can take a closer look and make the necessary repairs.
  • We Offer Several Different Types Of Inspections
    We inspect homes and buildings, both for people who live there and for businesses. When we do inspections, we follow certain rules called Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics to make sure everything is done properly. We also offer other kinds of inspections, like: Checking for Wood-Destroying Organisms (Termites) to keep your home safe.(Third-Party) Inspecting for Mold and testing if it's present, as it can be bad for your health. (Third Party) Using Infrared Certified® Thermography to spot any hidden issues. Conducting Healthy Homes Inspections to ensure your place is safe and comfortable. Examining Pools & Spas to make sure they're in good condition. And there are even more types of inspections that we can do! Check out our inspecting services in detail by visiting
  • We Inspect Everything Listed Here
    We inspect everything listed in the Home Inspection Standards of Practice, which is available by visiting
  • Really Only 4 Things
    Thinking about buying a home? It can feel overwhelming, especially when you have a home inspection. But don't worry, I'll break it down for you! During the inspection, you'll get lots of information like a written report, pictures, and what the inspector says. Plus, you'll have the seller's disclosure and your own observations to consider. It might seem like a lot to take in, but don't panic. Here's what really matters: Major defects like a big structural problem. Things that could lead to major issues, like a small roof leak. Anything that might affect financing, insurance, or legal occupancy. Safety hazards, such as dangerous electrical issues. If any of these things pop up, it's essential to address them. But don't worry too much about small stuff or things already mentioned in the seller's disclosure. Most sellers are honest and might not know about some defects. They're not obligated to fix everything, and no home is perfect. Keep things in perspective and focus on the significant problems. Apart from the regular inspection, we also offer other types of inspections, like termite inspections (Third-Party), sewer scopes, chimney inspections, mold inspections (Third-Party), and more. So take a deep breath and remember, I'm here to help you through this process. Good luck with your new home!
  • Material Defects In The Summary Report
    We suggest that you read and understand the whole inspection report. If you have any questions about anything in the report, don't hesitate to ask. In the inspection report, I write about the problems I saw during the inspection that are considered serious (material defects). These defects need urgent attention and should be fixed right away by a qualified contractor or professional. I will list these important defects in the summary report. However, remember that the summary report is not the complete inspection report.
  • Duty Of A Real Estate Agent
    This is for the real estate professionals. Once the seller agrees to your clients' offer, it's time to choose a home inspector with your clients' help. But should you suggest an inspector who writes easy reports, one who pays to be on your office's list, or a cheap inspector? No, no, and absolutely not. Your duty is to your clients, and that means recommending the very best inspectors. If you suggest a not-so-good inspector, one who indirectly pays you, or a cheap one, you're not doing your job properly. The National Association of REALTORs outlines your responsibilities in their Code of Ethics. Article 1 says you must protect and promote your clients' interests. Article 6 requires you to tell your clients about any financial benefit you might get from recommending real estate services (this also includes benefits for your broker). Since most real estate agents only get paid if the transaction goes well, your interests and duties can clash. So, don't make it worse. The best way to avoid problems, be ethical, and fulfill your duty is to help your client find an inspector based only on how good they are. Though no agent can guarantee how thorough an inspector will be, there is a connection between an inspector's fees and their skills (meaning, you usually get what you pay for). Recommending a cheap inspector for such an important purchase is a breach of your duty. When unsure, focus on quality, and find the most skilled inspectors for your clients.
  • Walk & Talk With Your Inspector
    I want you to come with me during your inspection. Together, we'll explore your house and I'll teach you all the important things you need to know. You can ask me any questions you have while we're walking around. If there's anything that worries you or if you're confused about something, don't hesitate to ask me while we're doing the inspection. I'll keep working until you're happy with the inspection. You don't have to pay me until we finish the inspection and you're completely satisfied.
  • Read Your Inspector's Promise
    Selecting the ideal home inspector can be a daunting task, as the process often involves making decisions based on limited information. Unlike other professionals you may hire, our first meeting will likely be at the scheduled inspection. Furthermore, the qualifications, equipment, experience, reporting methods, and pricing of different inspectors can vary significantly. At the end of the day, the quality of a thorough home inspection hinges on the dedication and expertise of the inspector themselves. However, I assure you that if you entrust me with the opportunity to inspect your new home, I promise to deliver nothing short of my absolute best. I pledge to dedicate my utmost effort, knowledge, and attention to detail to provide you with a comprehensive inspection report. Your satisfaction and peace of mind are my top priorities!
  • Read the Standards, Agreement, Report, and Book
    Make sure to read the Home Inspection Standards of Practice, Code of Ethics, and the home inspection agreement that we'll sign before we start the inspection. It's also important to go through the whole inspection report, not just the summary. Lastly, I'll provide first-time home buyers of a newly constructed home with the InterNACHI® home maintenance book after the inspection, so be sure to give it a read too.
  • Understanding Of The Inspector's Responsibility
    The home inspector is like a general expert who checks the house and tells you how it is at that moment. That's our main job. It's really important for homeowners to know that things in the house can break over time. As days pass, parts of the house might wear out, break, get worse, leak, or just stop working. When a home inspection happens, it can't predict the future or promise that nothing will ever go wrong. Things like roof leaks, water problems, plumbing issues, or heating failures in the future are not the home inspector's responsibility. The homeowner is the one in charge of those things. The home inspection and report are based on what the inspector sees on that specific day. It can't show every problem that exists or could happen in the future, but only the important issues we observe on that particular day.
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