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Alan Singer

U.S.
Available
I ca answer any kind of question about what to expect during a home inspection, how to chose a home inspector, how to interpret your home inspection report, what different items on an inspection report mean, and just about any old question on your home, energy efficiency, safety, home repairs, home construction, home renovation and give you insight into what kind of maintenance your home requires.

David Humphrey

U.S.
Available
If you are a home buyer, a home seller or a real estate professional in need of honest, no nonsense answers regarding any part of the Home Inspection process, I am happy to oblige. As the owner of "Santa Barbara Home Inspector",www.sbhomeinspector.com ,and a certified member of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (#NACHI12092203), I represent the best-trained and most highly qualified inspectors in the business. Additionally, I am a CA State Licensed General Building Contractor (B-HIC #816063) with over 20 years of hands on residential construction and improvement experience.

Robin Wells

Canada
Available
I can answer your question about the home inspection process and the home inspection industry. I own Simcoe Muskoka Home & Property Inspections serving central Ontario, north of Toronto, Canada. There are sometimes difficult questions about home inspection and home conditions, sometimes it takes experience, an unbiased and educated approach, as a Certified Master Inspector I can bring you those qualities. If you have had a Home Inspection, and have questions feel free to ask. Do not get caught unawares in a money pit. Is the Realtor and Seller fully disclosing what they know? Is the Home Inspector glossing over some items? Why is it that some realtors hate the Home Inspectors who are tagged as "deal killers", while other Realtors like to have a good inspection and to protect their clients. As I say on my website: "Helping others is my passion, and Home Inspection is my profession. Let me share my passion and profession and help you in your Real Estate transaction." Let me share over three decades of building experience with you.

Robin Wells, CMI, IAC2

Canada
Available
My background was electrical, entering the electrical field in 1977. However, I have been doing residential home inspections since 1999. Have taken every course that InterNACHi offers, but also have training from various other sources on Home Inspection, Infrared, Mold, Radon and other home related areas.

Steven L. Smith

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions about homes and home inspections. This would include general questions that would, commonly, be associated with the field of home inspection -- plumbing, electrical, roofing, structural, HVAC, wood destroying organisms.

Sam Morris

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions about homes and general question about home inspections. This would include general questions that would commonly be associated with home inspection, that include -- plumbing, electrical, roofing, structural, HVAC, wood destroying organisms. Indoor air quality and mold and moisture damage questions

Bruce A. King

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions on technical issues related to homes and explain items you may have seen on home inspection reports. Also, I can answer questions about issues that have occurred after home inspections and give insight into what may have happened. I own B.A. King Home Inspections, LLC and am the only Certified Independent Home Inspector in my entire NC and SC service area. I do not market to realtors so I can tell it like it is, without fear of a big loss of revenue. Sellers can ask questions to gain insight for preparing a home for an inspection. Buyers can ask and learn about what to expect on older homes and even on new ones. I can answer questions about home inspection agreements and explain why they must contain certain elements. I also can answer questions about the various standards of practice used in the industry.

Aaron D. Miller, CEI, CMI, CRI, RCI

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions about all aspects of residential construction to include inspection of the completed structures.

Charles Buell

U.S.
Available
I can answer most questions about homes and home inspections, especially as related to the NE and NW regions of the country. I can answer many questions related to plumbing, electrical, roofing, structural, HVAC, insulation & ventilation (especially as applicable to energy efficient homes) and wood destroying organisms. Licensed Structural Pest Inspector #67488 Licensed Home Inspector #220

Tony D. Melandro

U.S.
Available
I can answer any questions about the home construction on interior and exterior, any mold questions and any questions about fire and water damages in the home.

John McKenna, CMI

U.S.
Available
I can answer your question about home inspections and the hidden aspects of of the industry. I own American Home Inspection for east Texas and am a Certified Master Inspector. Sometimes there are questions about buying and selling a home that a qualified and honest home inspector can answer. Many people are led to believe incomplete information about repair items and make costly mistakes when they respond. If you do not know enough information or know what to ask, you can buy a nightmare instead of a home. Is your home inspector working for you or the Realtor? Is the owner of the home telling the truth? How do you make sure the contractor who makes repairs will do it right? Is the Realtor moving too fast and causing a person to make hasty choices? What are some of the things the Realtor does not want you to know? What you discover after you are the owner of the home and then decide to sell? What type of box can the home inspector put you in when the new buyer is now inspecting your home? What can you do if the home inspector was negligent? How do you prepare for .....

Darrell Bell

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions regarding home inspections( including condos and town homes), multi-unit and commercial inspections. Inspection formats, inspection procedures, standards of practice and ethics. What to look for in scheduling and hiring an inspector, your involvement in the inspection process what types of discrepancy items are significant, how to get the most value from an inspection, the technical and material aspects of building materials and construction methods.

Manny Marinos

U.S.
Available
I can answer questions regard the whole home inspection process. I can assist with the hiring process by assisting with what to ask potential home inspectors.

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