We pride our approach on making this a learning experience for the buyer. I teach Home Inspection at a local college for 10 years now, a necessary course for anyone looking to enter the Home Inspection field in Illinois. Inspections since 1986, a carpenter/general contractor for 43 years. The construction experience helps evaluate all of the components of a property in a knowledgeable manner. Licensed in Illinois and Wisconsin.
Making the purchase a comfortable transaction for the buyer. The more you know about the condition of the house, the better suited you are to accept this as part of your life, and/or investment.
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Finding their comfort zone in this inspection process, answering as many questions as it takes to achieve that satisfaction.
Multi unit owner, carpenter/general contracor for 43 years.
It is based on square footage of the property.
I wanted to share/tutor my ability for a premier inspection approach with others.
Any and all types, from condos to homes to multi- unit/commercial buildings.
Beekeeping on my organic farm.
Find an inspector capable of translating the condition of your property to your level of understanding or happiness. Don't accept a check list report. Photos are always a plus in the report, with narrative comments.
(The internet gives stock questions to ask inspectors.)
How long have you been doing inspections, are you licensed, have insurance?
How many do you do in a year?
Is this your sole profession?
Do you own/use a thermal imaging camera?
Do you take photos and include them in the report?
Can you give estimates for necessary repairs?
How long does it take to get the report?
Can you answer any question the client asks?