ASHI Certified Inspector
Member Since 2019
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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
- High End Homes/ Estates
- Historic Homes
- New Construction Inspections
- Single-Family Homes
Scott is passionate about helping people and loves the opportunity to do so during such a big decision in people’s lives- purchasing a home. Scott has been working with homeowners over the past 14 years, he began in pest control in Kansas City and continued that work in the Twin Cities. With a desire to continue learning and growing in his career, he pursued becoming a home inspector. Scott enjoys the process of exploring homes, learning about unique situations he might find, and providing buyers the information they need to get the most out of their home.
When not inspecting, you can find Scott at his local Crossfit as a Coach and an athlete. Scott and his wife, Anna Lisa, live in Blooomington and love walking past old homes and the chain of lakes.
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