With many years experience in managing multiple properties as a facilities manager, Eric developed a vast knowledge of home systems. It was a natural step from there to start his own home inspection business in Littleton NH. Eric is fully licensed and a member of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) and will conduct your home inspection thoroughly and efficiently, maintaining a professional and friendly rapport with buyers and realtors. Let Alpine Home Inspections complete a detailed written report for each home inspection, delivered to the Client within a twenty-four hour period. Reports include concise descriptions of home defects and documentation with digital photography.
Very communicative throughout the process of our home inspections. He showed up on time (early!) to the inspection, was incredibly thorough and willing to explain in depth as he went through the property. His system of checks was logical and orderly, and the report was delivered to us later that day. If you’re looking for the “fine-tooth comb” to set you at ease when you are buying or selling – you’ve come to the right place! Highly recommended.
He meticulously examined every aspect of a rather complicated multifamily property. In an exceptionally timely manner he issued a highly detailed report, which helped guide our decisions. It was also a real pleasure to deal with Eric on a personal level.
We were buying an investment property and wanted the most accurate report we could get. We called Eric first. We have used Alpine Home Inspections for 2 separate personal inspections and both times we have been thrilled with his services. BONUS: his pricing is on his website so there were no surprises with the cost. I appreciate that sort of transparency in a company. Keep in mind that home inspectors CANNOT quote prices for home repairs – they are not contractors; NOR are they able to cite accurate local building codes – that is not what they are licensed to do. Other inspectors I’ve worked with have told clients that “X repair will cost X thousands of dollars” when they couldn’t possibly know the cost or code.