My mission at Brink’s Home Inspection is to provide your home buyer clients with a quality inspection, an education and the peace of mind that they deserve when making one of the biggest investments of their life.
I believe that this combination of services can best be provided by an inspector with true “hands on” knowledge and expertise in the residential home building industry. It is sometimes very simple to point out the flaws of a home, but it takes experience to know the difference between a major defect and something that simply appears to be.
I have acquired a unique skill set over my 18 years in the home building industry. Starting as a framing carpenter while attending college, I worked my way up the ladder to become an accomplished finish carpenter, and then became owner of my own custom home building company. I have been involved from start to finish, top to bottom, having either installed or repaired every major system involved in building a home.
I view my role as an inspector is to evaluate the residence. My job is never to place a pass or fail rating on the home. Rather, my job is to educate my client thoroughly and completely so that they can make their own educated decision about what they want to do. It is never in anyone’s best interest to panic a client, or to make a mountain out of a mole hill. For example; just because there may be a spot of mold in the bathroom, does not mean that the house is overrun with mold spores. It simply means that we need to verify that the problem is solved and then get out the bleach and clean it up.
I have been on both sides of a home inspection and I know the importance of a quality inspection. I know that an inspection with the attention to detail that I can provide makes all parties involved look good. I know how crucial it is for the inspector to use common sense and proper diplomacy when explaining the defects found in the house as well as informing them about the positives. I will give an honest inspection but I never want a client to walk away from a home they are interested in just because they were not educated on the scope of the deficiency or given the perception that there is nothing good that the house can offer them.
In closing, I am certain that if given the opportunity to take care of your clients needs, I will earn your confidence and become a trusted inspector that will be a true asset to you and your buyers.
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