My Project Concierge LLC
The Personal Care Your Home Deserves.
- Property Inspector: License, State of Vermont
- Home Energy Score - Assessor
- Light Carpentry
- DYI Coaching
- Light commercial inspections
Buying a property may be your greatest investment. You want to get off to a good start.
Along with securing a good realtor who has your best interest at heart be sure you have a thorough property inspection by a licensed professional.
A good inspection outlines and summarizes all the defects and possible safety hazards that exist in the home. Jay spent many years building and remodeling single family and multifamily residences. He knows home systems from the inside out. It is what makes him a better inspector.
With a keene focus on detail Jay looks at two vital aspects of the home;
Function and Safety.
He invites you to read his blog as he addresses the most common questions asked of Home Inspectors in his field experience. Questions like;
- Should I buy this home?
- How much will a new roof cost, kitchen, bathroom, or addition etc.?
- How much do you charge.
- Do I really need an inspector?
One of the least costly components of buying a property is the cost of a home inspection. Ironically, the feedback from such an inspection has the greatest impact on whether or not you buy the property.
From planning to completion, we are your private concierge.
No doubt this is a valid question and one that needs to be asked but when it is the first thing I hear from a prospective client I begin thinking quietly we may not be a good…
October 25, 2018
This crawlspace picture actually came from a home I inspected circa 1780. I could show you many more photos from the same inspection that would make your skin crawl. It all…
October 24, 2018
Ledger board is 1" plus out of plumb. Simpson tensioning devices help correct and stabilize defect. Whether inspecting or remodeling properties I come across many defects. As a…
July 29, 2018
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- Scott M- Portfolio Manager
Unlike all the contractors and tradesman you may have dealt with in he past we are with you for the long haul. We are never "one and done".