A quick bio: I consider myself one of the lucky few who love their job and have found their calling. All the aspects of inspecting homes – discovery, trouble shooting, assessment, and teaching – appeal to my interests and inclinations. For a time, I was a classroom teacher, but hands-on work in the field is more my speed. Whether the house I’m inspecting is a two year old townhouse or a two hundred year old farm house, I always aim to arm my clients with the information they need to make informed, smart decisions. You can never ask too many questions during one of my inspections.
In addition to being licensed in Virginia (#3380000776), I also have the New Residential Construction endorsement needed to inspect new homes. In term of professional association, I am a Certified Inspector with the American Society of Home Inspectors (#260906). This means that my reports have been peer-reviewed by other experienced home inspector for accuracy and consistency. My radon testing credentials come from AARST-NRPP (#109096 RT). I also currently serve on the executive board for the Virginia Association of Real Estate Inspectors.
My wife, daughter, and I live here in Winchester and spend our time together enjoying all the area has to offer, from the Museum of the Shenandoah, to the downtown mall, to the Handley Library. We have an older home that we are slowly restoring to its former glory. If you follow Virginia Dwelling on Instagram and/or read my blogs, you can follow the journey!