ASHI Certified Inspector
Background Verified Inspector
Member Since 2016
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ASHI Standard of Practice
The ASHI Standard of Practice is the foundation that all ASHI members conduct their home inspections upon. Adhering to the Standard puts our members in the best position to provide an effective and informative service to their clients, and help them make a sound decision on their new home.
The Standard of Practice covers the following areas:
- Air Conditioning Systems
- Plumbing Systems
- Electrical Systems
- Structural Systems
- Solid Fuel Burning Appliances
- Heating Systems
- Insulation And Ventilation
- Roof System
- Commercial Property Inspections
- High End Homes/ Estates
- Historic Homes
- Log Homes
- Manufactured Homes
- Multi-Family Homes (Condos/Apartments)
- New Construction Inspections
- Single-Family Homes
Learn more about these additional services.
- Infrared Thermography
- Moisture Intrusion
- Pre-Drywall Inspections
- Radon Testing
- Septic Inspections
- Sewer Lateral Inspection/Scan
- Wood Destroying Organisms / Insects
I am a former building mechanic, maintenance supervisor at Grand Central Station and maintenance manager for the USPS at the 2.4 million square foot Morgan building, retired after 32 years of service.
Reports include termite inspection, infrared (thermal imaging) and drone inspection of the roof. Radon testing and sewer scopes are available. Residential property reports are provided within 24 hours of inspection.
I treat every client like a family member. In addition to following all State home inspection requirements, we have a strong focus on safety. Certainly your safety and that of your family is paramount, but when you become a homeowner you take on liability for every person who comes to your home.
Homeowner's insurance does not cover every accident in the home. If a delivery person fell down your front steps and sued you, would you be covered? The answer is - maybe.
If your handrails are not graspable, or steps are loose, broken or cracked, an insurance adjuster could deny your claim. That's why we include every detail in our reports, no matter how big or small.
Note: Not all states require licensing. To check your state's regulations, click here.
New Jersey 24GI00201300
New York 16000074490
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