Construction Engineer

HOW WE'RE DIFFERENT

Whether you’re looking to invest in a new property, or you’re trying to sell your current one, we are ready to work for you. We are licensed and/or professionally certified in all services our company offers. Our mission is to educate clients through this step of the real estate process.

Your Home. Your Family. Your Investment.

We encourage you to attend your inspection and ask questions.

In a field where many inspectors ask their clients not attend the inspection, or just to arrive at the end, we’re the exact opposite. We want you to join in and ask questions. When we find defects or concerns, we love to explain how they’re typically repaired or remediated and what the severity of the issue is. This can often be the difference between something appearing catastrophic and something manageable or fixable.

We consider ourselves not just inspectors, but professional consultants and your home inspection is your best opportunity to learn about the home. Go ahead, just take a look at our reviews, and you’ll see many clients commenting on this aspect of our service. You deserve to get your money’s worth and deserve to be present during your inspection.


We always perform a roof-level inspection. 

Many home inspectors in our area will merely look at your roof with binoculars from the ground. We’ll either walk the roof or use a high resolution drone. The roof is too important to skip being thorough.

We include:

  • A thorough, qualified inspection.

  • An easy-to-read, cloud-based report that includes photos and video via Spectora

  • Downloadable PDF version of the report.

What we won’t do:

  • We won’t be alarmists. There’s no reason to make small issues seem big and scary, even if there’s many. Small issues are easy to remedy.

  • We won’t make you wait for your report. Same Day Report Guarenteed!


What we’ll do:

  • Inspect everything from the ground to the rooftop, inside and out.

  • Look for hidden defects, or issues that may be imminent.

  • We’ll carefully connect dots. Some cracks and defects begin to tell a story of a more significant structural issue.

  • Make clear and concise recommendations on issues we find.

  • Report on the positives too.