Troy leads the Nook & Kranny team and has been in the construction industry his whole life. Prior to becoming a home inspector, Troy worked as a plumber for 17 years. Troy founded Nook & Kranny in 1997 and has loved every minute of his time running the company. Over his career as an inspector, Troy has performed well over 10,000 home inspections and has risen to the top of his industry by becoming a master certified inspector.
Chimney Expert and CVC coach Jerry Isenhour is interviewed by Charlotte home inspector Preston Sandlin. In the interview Jerry give much information and inspection tips for home inspectors. Jerry is being interviewed by Preston Sandlin of Home Inspection Carolina and Ask the Charlotte Inspector. More info on Jerry Isenhour can be found at CVC coaching
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Years of experience: 15+ years in skilled trades, construction management, and inspections.
English & Spanish speaker (reports written in English only).
Prior to founding Vigilant, Roy was responsible for hundreds of residential renovation/ remodel projects w/ a cumulative market value well in excess of $10M. Roy is Certified as a home & building inspector by two International organizations — InterNACHI and ICC, the two largest and most widely recognized such organizations.
Roy is passionate about sharing the knowledge he has gained as a tradesman, contractor, and construction manager to protect the eastern Iowa community from unplanned/ unexpected repair expenses when they purchase a home. Don’t be surprised — be Vigilant!
Roy lives in Lisbon, IA with his wife and partner, Melanie, son Miles and two boxers, Berta and Wilbur. Roy Wier is being interviewed by Charlotte, Raleigh, and Asheville home inspector Preston Sandlin of Home Inspection Carolina and Ask the Charlotte Inspector
• Owner/Operator Advance Look Building Inspection & Environmental Testing, Whiting Associates June 1998 to August 2007
• Principle at Whiting Environmental Building Inspection September 2007 to present
• Mr. Whiting has performed home inspection, mold testing, radon testing, water quality testing on over 2000 single family, multi family and commercial properties
• Mr. Whiting has trained over 60 home inspectors in the United States and Canada.
• Mr. Whiting worked as area representative for Massachusetts and Connecticut to the Advance Look corporate office.
• Mr. Whiting has worked on the regionalization of the Advance Look Building Inspection & Environmental Testing Uniform Residential Inspection Report and Inspection Agreement.
• Mr. Whiting is currently involved in a pilot program in association with AR Labs in Arizona for radon measurement utilizing Rad Elec E-Perm testing devices.
• Mr. Whiting provides real estate consulting services for T. H. Reenstierna LLC located in Arlington Massachusetts and has performed appraisal service on an additional 2,000 residential and commercial properties
• Mr. Whiting has been appointed to the Indoor Environmental Standards Organization Standards Development Committee
• Mr. Whiting worked with the IESO to write the “Standard Guide For The Evaluation and Sampling of Arsenic On Surfaces of Pressure Treated Structures”. This standard has been sent to the Standards Development Committee for review.
• Mr. Whiting is currently working with the IESO to revise/rewrite the “Standards of Practice for the Assessment of Indoor Environmental Quality, Volume 1: Mold Sampling; Assessment of Mold Contamination”
Nick is a general contractor specializing in mountain projects that require heavy equipment. He is a Florida licensed and insured mold assessor, a Boulder County licensed waste water treatment system installer and an International Code Council member. He is also the President of the Contractors Association and author of 13 business success books for contractors.
Nick has been the keynote speaker at nearly 200 different events around the world. His marketing and business success presentations are specific to the inspection, construction, and heavy equipment industries. Having Nick speak at your organization’s event or corporate function is a sure way to reward and motivate your employ
Nick Gromicko is the founder of InterNACHI, the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. With operations in nine languages and 65 countries InterNACHI is the first trade association (in any industry) that wrapped around the globe. InterNACHI’s monster website is 285,000 pages long and gets 21 million unique visitors a year.
As the owner of the company, let me start off by making you a BIG Promise. If we inspect your home or condo and you are not 100% satisfied with our inspection – you pay absolutely nothing for the inspection.
In the Home Inspection Business, I’ve seen many fly-by-night Home Inspectors come and go. I feel sorry for the home buyers that are victimized by these unscrupulous operators.
But I’m so confident in our inspections that I’m willing to put my money where my mouth is.
You see, I understand this is an important step in your life. This Guarantee is just one more way to demonstrate my desire and commitment to meet and exceed your expectations. Also, I want to ensure you have an enjoyable real estate experience.
So at Chattanooga Home Inspector, I offer a simple, no weasel words Guarantee. Attend the home inspection, and if for any reason you’re not satisfied with the “Quality” of the home inspection service, tell the inspector before receiving your report and we’ll either make it right, or you don’t pay the home inspection fee!
How Can We Guarantee a Home Inspection?
It’s easy. We find more defects than our competition. The end result is that you save more money. Most contracts allow negotiations with the seller to make repairs or give you credit at closing. So the more defects we find, the more money you save.
We don’t rush. This allows us time to do a thorough inspection of your new home or condo. This also means we charge a little more than most of our competitors.
You don’t want a cheap inspection. A cheap inspection may be the most expensive thing you’ll ever buy, it may cost you thousands of dollars down the road because of missed or overlooked defects.
Cheap home inspectors often know less and do less, which is one reason why they’re cheap.
Scott is the Owner of House to Home Inspections. He is committed to easing the stress involved in the home buying/selling process by working diligently to inform you of potential deficiencies in your prospective property. Scott will provide you with the information you need to make a confident decision in your purchase. When Scott is not golfing or performing inspections, he as well can be found having coffee with his wife Amy, or hanging out with one of his 4 daughters.
Your Premier Milwaukee Home Inspection Company | Let this experienced Milwaukee Home Inspection company help keep you from buying The Money Pit. We’ll alert you to any and all health or safety issues and maintenance needs of the home you’re looking to buy. All of our inspectors have been trained by The All American Training Institute and belong to The All American Association of Home Inspectors: http://www.aaahi.org.
Owned and operated by inspection specialist, Scott Newcomer, House to Home Inspections prides itself in being committed to following high standards and providing professional service to all of our customers .
Nick was born and raised in Houston. He graduated with a bachelor of science in management from Southwest Texas State University before the school changed its name to Texas State. Nick spent most of his childhood and early adult life racing motorcycles and working in a motorcycle dealership. He was general manager of one of the largest single-line Honda dealerships in the United States. Nick is also a licensed insurance agent and ran his agency out of the dealership. After 14 years with Honda, he made a life change and moved to Hill Country to help develop and grow the family business, TLC Home Inspections.
Nick is married to Laina, and they have three daughters who keep them running. Nick enjoys time with his family, working on their property, mountain biking, riding motorcycles, and just about anything involving a motor and wheels.
His memberships include InterNACHI, ABoR, HLAoR, WCR, and NRA
Owners Nick and Laina Moomaw, and the entire team at TLC, enjoy giving back to their community. Every October, the inspectors wear pink and the company donates a portion of its proceeds to a breast cancer charity. They participate in other charitable activities throughout the year.
TLC also is part of My Inspector Donates, an initiative involving a group of inspectors joining forces to collectively donate $1 million to nonprofits.