Choose A Certified Inspector With
Be careful - Inspectors with no
experience can be “certified” by performing a
couple of “mock” inspections for another
organization. ASHI requires a minimum of 200
completed for-pay inspections performed to the
ASHI standards of practice before you can
even apply for certification!
certified by the
American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI).
you can’t be certified without real experience.
Don't settle for using a “certified” inspector with no
actual experience or a “candidate” or “associate”
of any association – be sure to find a truly qualified
professional with real experience to perform your home
choose an ASHI certified home inspector!
Licensed by the State of
License # HI-1027
inspections to the
ASHI Standards of Practice
business by the
ASHI Code of Ethics, and passed this
hours of approved continuing
education each year
background check by the
Department of Homeland Security
and have been certified for
approved disaster relief inspections
Certified with the
General Real Estate
Inspectors of America
Member of the
Organization of Real Estate
Member of the
Birmingham Association of Realtors
National Home Inspectors
Educationally Certified by
Inspection Training Associates
considered one of the leading home inspection training
companies in the U.S. ITA is a part of
Kaplan Professional Schools.
We carry $1,000,000 in E&O
Professional liability insurance and $1,000,000 in General
liability insurance. This far exceeds the state insurance
Weekend inspections available at
no additional charge
Key equipped for electronic lock
We have a 100% Money Back
I want to make a positive
difference by being informative, friendly and professional.
I strive to maintain the highest level of excellence,
staying in touch with the latest industry developments and
how they affect our clients and their real estate decisions.