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Very good inspection. Fast and experienced great to work with on the purchase of our new home!Apr 1, 2019Verified
Steve is the best home inspector we have seen. His pricing is very reasonable in addition to that all of his home inspection offer a 90 days warranty. He is very friendly and throrough in his work. He will explain problems to you in a way other home inspectors won't do in order to save you money in home repair. My husband and I have referred everyone we know for his service. Thank you Steve for your great work. We are so glad we found you!Feb 13, 2018Verified
Steve provides a quality professional inspection. He supplied us with the information we needed to make informed decisions regarding our home purchase. We couldn't be happier!Aug 28, 2017VerifiedKentucky Home Inspector's reply
Thank you DeRhonda, It was a great pleasure to wok with you on your future home.
Steve inspected our new home purchase last July he was very detailed oriented even in the small things so that we could make a well informed decision. He was professional and was open to all the questions that we had as new home owners.Aug 29, 2016
Steve was punctual very friendly and thorough and when he was doing that inspection any problems that he discovered he explained it to you. Would definitely recommendJul 21, 2018Verified
- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?Buyer/Existing Home Inspections Rates include living space, unfinished basements, and crawl spaces. Prices do not fluctuate with the design or features of the home or business. Re-inspections are on repaired items only listed in the report....................................$100.00
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I first find out what level of inspection services are needed. Every situation is unique and I tailor my services to the needs of my client.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?To become a licensed home inspector in Kentucky, I must: #1 Complete an approved pre-licensing course #2 Pass a state exam #3 Follow a Standards of Practice approved by the State of Kentucky Each licensee who renews a license in KY is required to have 14 hours of Continuing Education. Per Kentucky amendments to 815 KAR 6:010 (effective Sep 4, 2015) regarding Continuing Education requirements are: (3) Prior to renewal, the continuing education shall include a minimum of: * Three (3) hours in manufactured housing (face-to-face); *Three (3) hours in KRS Chapter 198B and 815 KAR Chapter 6 (face-to-face); * Three (3) hours in report writing (face-to-face); and * Five (5) hours in technical courses, including identification and determination, as applicable within the standards of practice.