Serving Northwest Tennessee Since 2017
I know real estate ventures of any nature can be unnerving. There is great risk in the unknown. I’ve certainly learned the hard way, falling prey to both my own youthful ignorance and the negligence of others. However, it was these lessons that inspired me to choose home inspection as a career and what drives my standard of work.
In hopes that those lessons were not learned in vain, I strive to report with the thoroughness I would expect, to equip my clients with the information I would desire, and to aide in any way I would value if I were the home buyer/owner/renter myself. My goal is not simply to offer you a look before you leap. I’d like to bring confidence to your decision, whether you are planning to buy, sell, rent, or renovate.
Are you buying or selling a home or commercial property? As a Tennessee State Licensed Certified Professional Home Inspector I will help you during this demanding and exciting time by providing you with the information necessary to make the best real estate decisions possible. I will work to relieve your apprehension and fear of the unknown and replace it with confidence and assurance. The more you know about your home and it’s condition, the better prepared you can be to take care of it. I am an experienced home inspector who is also a member of the Home Inspectors of Tennessee Association (HITA) and the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI), and I pride myself on protecting my clients.
Tennessee Inspection Services is not just a home inspection company. My family and I are your neighbors and friends.
Over 23 Nationally Accredited Certifications
Associations & Partners
International Association of Certified Home Inspectors
InterNACHI is the largest inspector association in the world. Licensing of home inspectors only sets a minimum standard. Other home inspection associations have no entrance requirements and, worse, encourage their associates to go out and perform actual inspections for poor, unsuspecting consumers as the only way to achieve full membership. InterNACHI finds this practice unconscionable. InterNACHI turns down more than 55% of the inspectors who want to join because they can’t pass the Inspectors Entrance Exam, and they turn down 90% of those left because they can’t fulfill the entrance requirements.
Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association
The Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association (CCPIA) strives to enhance the commercial property inspection profession by providing its members with training and resources for the purpose of professional development and improvement.
Home Inspectors of Tennessee Association
Choosing a HITA home inspector means choosing an inspector familiar with and experienced in the sometimes unique conditions that affect homes in Tennessee. HITA inspectors are focused on construction issues in Tennessee and not the myriad of national issues that might be important in other areas. HITA inspectors adhere to the Tennessee standards of practice and code of ethics.