First and foremost I am a family man. My wife and I have 10 amazing children. These guys & gals are the fuel that drive my long days.
Now… why hire me? I am a one of only 7 Certified Master Inspector in KY. I have been in business since 2009. I perform 4-500 inspection a year. I offer all of my clients a 90 Day – Buy Back Guarantee. If I miss something I’m supposed to catch, InterNACHI will buy back your house for what you paid for it. What that tells you is… I don’t want to buy your house back. 🙂 I am, self-admittedly, hard on houses. My goal as inspector is to give you all the information I can about a home in the 2-3 hours I’m there. My reports are HTML based and include photos and videos. Do your research… you won’t find a higher rated home inspector in Central Ky.
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I’ve watched the sunset on many job sites over the years. None which bring me more joy than when building for my family. When choosing your home inspector. Be sure they have experience in the building industry! I’ve built numerous…
Certified Master Inspectors (CMIs)®
are the best inspectors in the world. CMI is a professional designation available to all qualifying inspectors who wish to become Board-Certified by the Master Inspector Certification Board. All CMIs are experienced, dedicated to education, and have a proven record in the inspection industry.
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Josh performed a home inspection for us on a great price. He provided great detail and answered all my questions when I needed it!
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Josh is great! I’m a realtor and recommend him to my clients because I trust him and know he will take great care of my clients! Thanks Josh for being reliable and trustworthy!
InterNACHI’s Buy Back Program is a program InterNACHI offers to homebuyers that select a participating InterNACHI member to perform their home inspection. Under the Program, if the inspector misses something the inspector should have identified and mentioned, InterNACHI will buy your home back.
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Home inspections are a non-invasive evaluation in the structural and mechanical aspects of a home. Without a comprehensive home inspection, you could end up paying thousands of dollars in repairs or possibly buy a house that is unsafe.
What’s the difference between a home inspection and an appraisal?
When you’re getting ready to buy or sell a home, having a home inspection and appraisal is part of the process. Because it’s such a huge investment, your home needs to be evaluated. Some people think that appraisals and inspections are the same thing but they are, in fact, very different.
If you are planning to buy or sell a home, it is recommended that you hire a certified home inspector to conduct the inspection. This is one way to learn the condition of the home and potentially gain more negotiating power during the sale/purchase of the home.
While there are no set standards when it comes to the length of time it takes to inspect a home, the process usually takes about two to three hours. For larger homes or homes with additional features, this process will take longer, while for small homes and condos an inspection may only take an hour or two.
Do home inspectors inspect pools, fences, or other outside structures?
Typically, basic home inspections don’t include comprehensive overviews of areas like pools, fences, and outside structures. Your home inspector may be able to provide inspection services for these areas at an additional fee or refer you to someone who can.
When you’re purchasing a home there are many things to consider. From negotiating the price to understanding the resale value, the tasks can become overwhelming. People often turn to their mechanics when purchasing a used car so why wouldn’t you turn to a home inspector when shelling out hundreds of thousands more for a house?
Contrary to what many people believe, there is no grading or pass/fail system for a home inspection. The home inspector simply evaluates the condition and quality of the home objectively, and then informs both the buyer and seller of their findings.
Do I need a home inspection for a new construction?
Your newly built home is likely to have all of the latest energy-saving features and comforts that you could ever want. But it’s always a good idea to get a home inspection, even on a newly constructed home because there may be undisclosed issues or shoddy workmanship.
If you’re selling your home and having a pre-listing inspection, it’s a good idea to stick around for the inspection to give you some insight on what you should fix before listing your home. However, if the buyer hired the inspector, there’s no reason for you to be present.
I’m selling my home, should I get a home inspection before putting it on the market?
A seller’s home inspection is less common than a buyer’s home inspection but more and more sellers are realizing that there are benefits to having their homes inspected before listing it on the market – like finding out all the potential issues before they are brought up in the buyer’s inspection report.
What if the home inspection report reveals problems?
If you find serious issues, you can back out of the sale due to a home inspection contingency clause or you can ask the seller to fix the issues before moving forward with the purchase of the home. The seller is not required to make any repairs, except those which address structural defects, serious safety issues, or building code violations.
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