Procheck NC is NACHI and AHIT certified. Why should you care? The National Association of Certified Home Inspectors and American Home Inspection Training are both accredited organizations that require more of their inspectors than industry standards, this ensures you will get a top notch inspection report from a well trained home inspector.
Inspecting a home thoroughly takes time. Here at Procheck NC you will never find us rushing through one house to get to another. We don't overbook and we give all home inspections the time and attention they deserve. After a detailed inspection is made reports are available within 24 hrs of completed inspection in most cases.
My desire to become a home inspector came from years of experience in the construction industry, mostly as a carpenter. I found myself working on a number of homes that were recently purchased, and as I worked on the needed updates the homeowners requested, I noticed many areas that needed further work. For example a homeowner would want to install new windows but the exterior of the house would show clear signs of damage and deterioration, that would need to be addressed first. Most of the time these things came as a surprise to the homeowner and they had to come up with money to fix things that they did not plan on. This was due to an inadequate home inspection report or the lack of a home inspection all together. I found myself noticing various things that should be reported on a home inspection report and it really seemed to peak my interest. My background in construction provided a solid set of skills as a foundation to becoming a home inspector. It has helped me to realize the burden that buying a new home with unexpected problems can bring on homeowners.
NC Home Inspector License Number 4626