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HomePro Inspections LLC has been in the Home Inspection business since 1991. In that time the company has completed in excess of 15,000 home inspections. The team of qualified home inspectors are all current or former members or candidates of The American Society Of Home Inspectors as well as InterNACHI and have completed a rigorous training and education program. The company’s president, M. Douglas Myers is a past President of the New York State Association Of Home Inspectors as well as a past President of The Hudson Valley Chapter Of The American Society Of Home Inspectors. In addition he presents nationally on various home inspection and real estate issues.
HomePro Inspections LLC specializes in the inspection of both residential and commercial buildings. Technical inspection skills, along with superior communication abilities, assure the home or building buyer of the finest inspection experience. HomePro Inspections LLC offers the most complete home inspection service available. All testing is available including water, radon, mold, indoor air quality, septic and wood destroying insects, etc.. HomePro has also associated itself with other companies such as: radon mitigation, fuel tank testing, fuel tank abandonment and removal, engineering, etc. This fact assures the buyer of a seamless inspection service that encompasses all facets associated with residential and commercial transactions. HomePro also adheres to the standards of practice and code of ethics established by the American Society Of Home Inspectors.
HomePro New York utilizes the EHome Report. The EHome Report is recognized as one of the the finest reporting systems the industry has to offer. It is an internet based report that is delivered the day of, or very next day after, the inspection. The report comes complete with photogragphs taken during the inspection helping the home buyer understand the issues with the home they are considering purchasing. The EHome Report is produced on a laptop computer at the job, and then uploaded to the internet.