I’ve worked as either a home inspector or an architectural historian up and down the eastern seaboard, from Georgia to Maine for nearly 20 years. I grew up along the south shore of Boston, earned my Bachelor’s degree in Atlanta, GA, my Master’s degree in Washington, DC, and have returned home with my wife to raise our two girls. I am delighted to finally be back in New England. When we meet, ask me, and I’ll tell you why there’s nowhere else on earth I’d rather be.
I started Beacon Street Home Inspection, not only because I love what I do, but to help others in what can be a stressful time in their lives. Purchasing a home creates a strange alchemy of emotions in everyone: you love the house but you want to ensure that you’re seeing everything clearly and as it truly is. That’s exactly where Beacon Street is committed to help. I understand that managing the home inspection is merely one of the many balls you’ll have in the air when you call me. That’s why my goal is simple and concise: to help educate you about the condition of the house at the time of the inspection so you and your family can make the best informed decision possible moving forward.
I will turn both my academic and professional training to your concerns and conduct a non-invasive, unbiased inspection of the house and its various systems. We’ll briefly discuss these findings on-site immediately following the inspection. These findings will then be documented in a concise and professionally prepared report using an industry-leading software program, complete with digital photo-documentation and illustrated drawings when necessary. To learn more about the report, visit the Beacon Street Report page.