Thank you for visiting, I appreciate the opportunity to serve you.
As you read through my site you will begin to understand that I want to build a relationship, earn your trust and give you a great value for your inspection dollar. Let me begin by telling you a little about my qualifications:
I am an InterNACHI (International Association of Certified Home Inspectors) Certified Professional Home Inspector – so what does that mean? It means I have not only completed the state educational, training and testing requirements for certification and licensing, I have also completed an additional series of training courses and testing administered by InterNACHI. This means I have completed over 150 hours of required training (plus many more hours of required Continuing Education) and hundreds of hours inspecting homes.
I work to establish a relationship with my clients, which is not easy since we will probably meet for the first time the day of the inspection. I normally schedule only one inspection a day because I want to be available to answer your questions, walk through the house with you and spend as much time as necessary to answer your questions and address your concerns without you feeling rushed….the day of your inspection is your day! I encourage you to be present during the inspection, ask questions and let me show and tell you what will be in the report. If you can’t be there the day of the inspection, I will set up a time when we can meet and walk through the house to cover the points of concern you have with the inspection. My goal is for you to be comfortable in knowing you have a true picture of the condition of the house and I want you to feel free to contact me at any time with your questions and concerns. If you have never seen an inspection report you may be surprised by its length but, keep in mind that much of the report describes the property and not necessarily the deficiencies. It is also important to remember that not all issues are major issues, in fact many of the items in the report will be minor, quick fix items. Deficiencies which could involve major repairs or are safety issues are included in the summary section at the beginning of your report. It is important to remember that throughout the process I will work with you and your realtor to help you understand the condition of your new home and make sure you are comfortable with your knowledge of the property.