Looking for an honorable inspector? Look no further. As a member in good standing with International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) will pay up to US $10,000.00 (maximum collective aggregate) for the cost of replacement of personal property that is damaged or missing after a home inspection. My goal is to give you peace of mind in all ways.
Premier Home Inspections, LLC, takes great pride in providing quality reports that are clear and accurate as possible. You’ve made a major investment in your home. Make sure you protect it with a comprehensive home inspection. A professionally trained home inspector will cover every accessible area of your home, inside and out.
Service is my calling. It has been a great privilege to serve and protect the communities of Northwest Arkansas for over 21 years as an officer of the law. Other forms of community service with Washington County search and rescue, volunteer fireman and a director of a 5013c as well as a board member of another 5013c. I now continue to serve, advise and even protect my clients with their home / property purchase by preforming the home inspection. With over two decades of conducting investigations and writing accurate, detailed reports, this wealth of experience has been an asset and is easily applied to home inspections. I find great joy of taking pieces of a puzzle (systems and components of a home) and report how they are operating and functioning for my clients.
I pride myself with integrity and respect - my business practice and performance are held to high standards. With whom you associate and connect has a influence on your behavior and reputation. I purposely invest in quality connections with International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) as well as a member of American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). Memberships of Arkansas Association of Real Estate Inspectors (AAREI) and Northwest Arkansas Board of Realtors (NABOR). I hold myself to the highest standard of ethics, morals, and professionalism and these organizations also require the same behavior. The Arkansas Home Inspection Board (AHIB) requires continuing education of 14 hours each year. Both, INACHI and ASHI; require an additional 24 hours each of continuing education training every year. My focus is to continue to improve my knowledge of my craft so that each of my clients receives the full benefits that I can provide.
Attached is just a portion of my home inspection training:
- How to Inspect for Moisture Intrusion Course
- Advanced Inspection of Crawlspaces Course
- Residential Plumbing Overview for Inspectors Course
- How to Inspect HVAC Systems Course
- Safe Practices for the Home Inspector Course
- Structural Issues for Home Inspectors Course
- Commercial Property Inspection Prerequisite Course
- Building Science and Infrared Thermal Imaging for Inspectors Course
- How to Inspect the Exterior Course
- How to Inspect the Attic, Insulation, Ventilation and Interior Course
- How to Perform Residential Electrical Inspections Course
- How to Perform Roof Inspections Course
- 10 Steps to Performing a Roof Inspection Course
- How to Perform Deck Inspections Course
- How to Inspect Fireplaces, Stoves, and Chimneys Course
- 25 Standards Every Inspector Should Know Course
- InterNACHI and ASHI Residential Standards of Practice Course
- InterNACHI and ASHI Code of Ethics Course
- Advanced Electrical Inspections
- Introduction to Commercial Inspections
- Conducting Moisture and Odor Problems & Investigations
- Pre-Fab Fireplaces
- HVAC Fundamentals
- Inspecting Electrical and Electrical Safety
- Plumbing and Codes including Water Heater Requirements
- Improve Your Report Writing, Improve Your Business
I fulfill and exceed 24 hours of Continuing Education every year.
I own and use state-of-the-art equipment, such as a moisture meter, infrared thermal meter as well as an infrared camera.
I am available on Weekdays and Weekend to serve your needs and I generate easy-to-read inspection reports.