A button that has the text on top "Veteran-Owned" with soldier saluting.
Over 20 years in business gold seal.
Gold seal with text wrapped around it, stating 'Issued by the Master Inspector Certification Board' with the center reading 'Certified Master Inspector.'
Google 5 star customer rating and click to read reviews.
Better Business Bureau A+ rating badge.


The mistaken belief that newly constructed homes are without flaws can cause homeowners to underestimate the need for a comprehensive home inspection.

Many homeowners tend to believe that a recently built home is void of defects or problems. After all, everything is new, isn’t it? However, this perception can be deceptive, as the construction process is complex, involving various trades, materials, and systems. Consequently, oversights or mistakes may occur, potentially causing issues that could affect the safety and overall quality of the home.

Peace of Mind for Homeowners: Knowing that a professional has thoroughly examined the property provides significant peace of mind. It offers assurance that your new home is not just visually appealing but also structurally sound and safe for occupancy.

I have the expertise to identify issues that may not be immediately noticeable. This includes potential problems with the foundation, roofing, electrical systems, plumbing, and more. Identifying these issues early on can save homeowners from costly repairs after the warranty ends. We recommend having this inspection about 30 days prior to the expiration of your builder’s one-year warranty to address any problems or defects that the builder may be responsible for.