We use Inspector FX software to give you a 400-point digital report of the condition of your property. Our inspections include but are not limited to:
- Roofs, Vents, Flashings and Trim
- Gutters and Downspouts
- Skylight, Chimney and Other Roof Penetrations
- Decks, Stoops, Porches, Walkways and Railings
- Eaves, Soffits and Facia
- Grading and Drainage
- Basement, Foundation and Crawlspace
- Water Penetration and Foundation Movement
- Heating System
- Cooling System
- Main Water Shut-off Valve
- Water Heating System
- Interior Plumbing Fixtures and Faucets
- Drainage Sump Pumps with Accessible Floats
- Electrical Service Line and Meter Box
- Main Disconnect and Service Amperage
- Electrical Panel(s), Breakers and Fuses
- Grounding and Bonding
- GFCIs and AFCIs
- Fireplace Damper Door and Hearth
- Insulation and Ventilation
- Garage Doors, Safety Sensors and Openers
- And Much More...
Meet Our Inspector: Bob Gochenour
Bob and his wife Missy were High School sweethearts and have been married for 20 years. They have 2 beautiful children and live in the house that Missy grew up in. Bobs love for his family and his passion for the construction industry are what drive him to conduct every inspection as if it were for his family.
Before Bob became our Property Inspector, he worked as a Journeyman Plumber for a local contractor for 13 years. Following that, Bob started his own construction company where he completed several residential and commercial projects. One of those commercial projects led him to leave his business behind and take a position as a Project Manager for a local commercial developer.
He then completed the Advanced Home Inspection training, Certified Microbial Assessment training and Radon Measurement & Testing training through The HomeSpection Training Institute and is a licensed Radon Tester (License #RT1366) by The State of Ohio Department of Health. Bob is a member in good standing with the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) and passed their Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics exam.
To maintain his membership, he must take 12 hours of Continuing Education courses each year, further broadening his areas of expertise.