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Highland Home Inspections, Inc.
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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.
- Indoor Air Quality
- Moisture Intrusion
- Mold Testing
- Pre-Drywall Inspections
- Radon Mitigation
- Radon Testing
- Relocation Inspections
joined the Highland Home Inspections team in 2016 after working five years in residential construction, remodeling, and carpentry and nearly ten years in sales and management.
For Dan, home inspections is a natural fit with his expertise in home construction and extensive customer service skills.
His hobbies include hunting, fishing, running, and spending time outdoors. A Howard County native, Dan and his wife Sarah have three daughters and live in Dayton.
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