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Buying a new home can be an overwhelming experience.
Take the guess work out of your decision by choosing to bring your investment into focus through the eyes of a competent home inspector.

Standard Home Inspection

Structural and Mechanical Inspection- A visual inspection of all accessible parts of the house including a detailed examination of the following:

House Cross Section
  • Foundation and crawlspace
  • Walkways, driveways, sidewalks and patios
  • Roof, chimney, flashing, valleys, vents, gutters and downspouts
  • Garage/Carport, doors, sensors and openers
  • Porches, balconies and decks
  • Attic, insulation and ventilation
  • Electrical service entrance, panels, breakers
  • Fireplace
  • Heating & Air Conditioning
  • Kitchen and built-in appliances
  • All interior rooms/bathrooms/utility rooms

Meet Shawn

Shawn Griggs

Home Inspector

  • KY Licensed #241992

  • AHIT (American Home Inspectors) Certified
  • 15+ years of construction experience

I was raised around construction, as a young man my first job was with a family excavation company assisting with projects that ranged from foundations, septic systems, waterline installation, underground electric, and most components of a house that are subterranean. I guess you can say my hands-on education started from the ground up.

In my twenties I branched out into the home improvement field of the industry, where I specialized in understanding a variety of roofing systems. During that period of my life I became a GAF certified shingle installer and came to know and understand proper roof installation of metal, asphalt, tile and copper roofs. I also learned how to diagnose leaks on already installed roof systems working with several veterans in the field. As you can imagine I learned a lot while working in the home improvement industry. Many of our remodel projects were initiated by some contractor’s initial mistake. As we systematically disassembled and reassembled many components of a house including, basements, framework, plumbing, electrical wiring, doors, windows, etc. I came to recognize the right and wrong way to do things.

Now that I own my own home, I recognize even more the importance that maintenance plays when it comes to keeping a home in good working order. I believe education never stops, I enjoy continuing to learn about every aspect of home construction as I inspect homes, rest assured if I don’t have an answer, I will find one!

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