I became a home inspector after years of being involved in the swimming pool service industry and developing a passion for home improvement projects. With every project, for work or pleasure, I make sure it is completed properly and to exacting standards. Over time I have developed a great attention to detail and an understanding of the means and methods of construction. Becoming a home inspector was a natural next step! I enjoy inspecting homes because it offers an opportunity to meet new people, while providing a new and different setting with each inspection.
My wife is a Loudoun County kindergarten teacher and we have four children. Maddie is my oldest, she is in her final year of college and intends to follow in her mother’s footsteps and become a teacher. My son Casey has just graduated from high school and will be attending The University of Tennessee (Go Vols!). Riley, my youngest, will be entering John Champe High School and is an avid dancer. Cooper the dog (some say my favorite) well, he is just a dog.
When I’m not inspecting houses I enjoy supporting my kids in their extracurricular activities: soccer, lacrosse, and dance. We love spending time with our extended family at Lake Anna, and catching a Redskins, Nationals, or Capitols game.