me give you some background on my education and experience. I have
a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, licensed journeyman
electrician for 25 years, have owned and managed an electrical contracting
business for 15 years, for the most part I have been in the construction
business the last 20 years. I have built 3 new homes and remodeled
5 other homes in that time span. I have attended schools/classes
in air conditioning, structural framing, fireplaces, mold detection,
masonry construction and wood destroying insects to name a few.
For the last 5 years I have been a FULL TIME HOME INSPECTOR. I have performed over 1300 certified inspections in
the last 3 years. Since devoting my efforts solely to home inspections,
I have set standards for myself and how I do inspections. They are:
1. I will not be associated with any National Inspection Companies
I will not allow my company or name to be associated with any realtor
"short list" or "preferred list".
(Don't let a realtor sway you into choosing a home inspector, you
know what that indicates)
I prefer to do only 1 inspection per day. Some inspectors are proud
of the fact they do 3 to 4 inspections per day. YOU CANNOT DO MORE
THAN 2 INSPECTIONS PER DAY and give your client his/hers moneys
worth. Thus the reason why I prefer to do only
1 inspection per day. I do not feel satisfied when I leave an inspection
unless I a confident that I have given my client his monies worth.
If your inspector says he can do the inspection in 2 1/2 hours,
find someone else!
My only goal is that
you receive a thorough and unbiased evaluation of your prospective
I am a WDI (Wood Destroying Insects) certified by the state of Nebraska.
I will be glad to do a termite inspection on your home while doing
a whole house inspection, however, I advice my clients to have the
termite inspection done by a reputable termite/pest control company.
They are in the business of termite detection and treatment. They
do not do whole house inspections.
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