I've been asked about providing home inspection reports "on-site". The quick and responsible answer is: "NO". All of the time I book with you is spent on the inspection of the property. My focus, as your home inspector, is on the critical data collection and sharing of this information. It can take an additional 2-3 hours to write the comprehensive and detailed home inspection report. I do the report the evening of the inspection. The following morning I proof read the report and email it out.
All of my inspection reports must be authentic and stand up to critical examination. I continue to build my reputation one inspection at a time to ensure you get the quality service you expect from your inspector.
I was trained to inspect and be familiar with a wide variety of situations. I believe that consumers have the right to expect the highest standards of thoroughness, fairness and effectiveness from their home inspector.
MD Lic#29774, ASHI Certified#248085, VA.#3380000187, IAEI, ITA Training,Infrared Certified#29821.
Residential inspections in Maryland, Virginia, and Delaware. I specialize in New Home, Log Home, Water-front Homes, Modular Homes, Homes over 75 years old, Single and Multi-family Homes,RV's.Also evailuate possible earthquake damage.
- N.H., March 2015
- J.J., June 2014
- J.B., March 2014
- B.D., October 2012
- B.C., March 2012
- S.P., July 2011
- T.C., April 2011
- J.K., Annapolis MD, January 2011
- J.H., November 2010
- C.C., April 2010
- G.A., March 2010
- J.K., Annapolis MD, March 2010
- C.S., Largo MD, October 2009
- M.A., Oxon Hill MD, July 2009
- C.G., July 2009
- H.G., July 2009
- D.B., Largo MD, June 2009
Customers can Gauge service providers on the following 10 attributes. Not all attributes will apply to all service providers.
- Punctuality and Timely Completion: No one likes to wait or have large windows of time where service providers "might" get to them. No one likes the job to drag out because of the service provider's other projects or if it becomes apparent that the SP did not plan well.
- Workmanship: No one likes shoddy work, shortcuts, or tradesmen who take advantage of the customer's lack of awareness of what is good quality work.
- Responsibility: Many home owners do not wear shoes in their home and service providers should wear covers over their shoes when necessary. SP's should not travel into rooms that are not in the work scope. They should not use the toilet without asking. If the SP soils or breaks something, they should try to replace it.
- Professionalism: A Professional does not try to add unnecessary work to the contract. Nor do they try to make themselves look good by demeaning their competition or by discussing religion or politics. Professionals stand behind their price and make the experience pleasant with the customer.
- Cleans Up Daily: Customers like to know that each day when service providers leave the room, it is in a broom swept condition, meaning nothing laying around loose, dangerous, all cords are rolled up, and trash or debris is contained or removed. SP's should clean up at the end of the job.
- Friendly: No one wants to hear service providers' personal problems. The service provider should be pleasant to be around.
- Responsive to a Customer's Call: Call backs should be made in the same day and the service provider should do what was promised.
- Well Organized: Generally speaking, from start to finish, the process went well, any concerns were addressed or corrected, and the repair or project ended well with everyone satisfied.
- Hygiene: The service provider should look clean, smell clean, and wear shoe covers indoors when needed.
- Recommended: Would you recommend this individual or company?