1. Pre-Listing
    By getting an inspection before listing your home you won't be caught off guard. Give yourself time to make repairs, shop for contractors, and save money by disclosing defects. Put the ball in your court!
  2. 11th Month Warranty
    11th Month Warranty
    Let my trained eye inspect your home before you submit that warranty form to your builder. Don't miss something that can cost you tens of thousands once that warranty policy expires!
  3. Residential Inspection
    Residential Inspection
    Whether your new home is 1 year old, or 100 years old, it will be inspected thoroughly. Building a new home? Ask about inspections during each phase of construction.
  1. Safety
    When inspecting the property, my primary concern is safety. Any defects with the home that could harm someone will be included in the report.
  2. Flexibility
    Most of the people moving to this area are from out of state. Each trip can be nerve racking and eventful. If you need special scheduling, contact me.
  3. Online Reports
    All reports are electronic and will be available within 24 hours of the inspection. Hard copies area available if requested.
  4. Education
    Building materials and construction techniques evolve. Continuing education is a foundation of an InterNACHI Home Inspector.
  5. Service Personel
  6. Certifications
    Below you will find a partial list of my current certifications. Each one requires focused study of that particular system of the home.
Your Home Inspection
  1. Exterior
    All exterior systems of the home will be inspected for proper installation, function, and condition. Any defects will be photographed and reported. Exterior systems can include; roofing, chimneys, driveways, sidewalks, porches and verandas, site drainage, gutters, siding, windows and doors, and more!
  2. Interior
    The interior of the home is a very complex area with many different systems working together to create a comfortable living environment. I will inspect all appliances for operation, bathroom fixtures, outlets, and heating elements. Cracks in walls and flooring can give hints as to other areas needing inspection.
  3. Electrical
    Electrical systems are some of the most overlooked, and "tinkered" with parts of a home. Most homeowners do not pay attention to electrical until something goes wrong. I will thoroughly inspect the electrical system from the service line into the home, to the receptacles.
  4. Plumbing
    The plumbing system controls the biggest threat to a home, water. Water can destroy a home from the inside out. Each fixture, trap, vent, and supply will be inspected for functionality and sings of water leakage.
  5. Safety
    Having been a First Responder, safety is the most important thing to me. I will inspect your home as if my 2 year old and newborn will be moving in the next day. EVERY safety defect will be photographed and reported. I want you to enjoy your new home without worry of injury.
  6. Attics and Crawlspaces
    Attics and Crawlspaces house the "guts" of the home. They are also the most common areas for defects to occur. I have no problem getting dirty to inspect these areas. Proper inspection of an attic or crawlspace assists in the inspection of other home systems.
  7. Heating and Cooling
    All heating and cooling systems will be inspected for proper air return and distribution. Filters, registers, burners, condensers, fuel lines, and exhaust are all parts of the heating and cooling system that must function together to create a comfortable conditioned living space.
  8. Detached Structures
    Barns, sheds, and garages include most systems found in a home. For a small fee I will include any detached structure in my inspection.
NACHI's Buy Your Home Back Guarantee
  • The Guarantee will be honored for 90 days after closing.
  • It's valid for home inspections performed for home buyers by participating InterNACHI members.
  • We'll pay you whatever price you paid for the home.
  • The home must be listed with a licensed real estate agent.
  • The Guarantee excludes homes with material defects not present at the time of the inspection, or not required to be inspected per InterNACHI's Residential Standards of Practice.
I participate in NACHI's Buy Your Home Back Guaratee Program.

InterNACHI's Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice

As an InterNACHI Certified Inspector, I abide by all the InterNACHI
Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice. To view each of these, please click the buttons below.
Code of Ethics
Standards of Practice