About The Owner
Jeff Gainey has owned and operated a full service property inspection and consulting firm since 2001. To date, he has inspected over 2,500 single family homes and light commercial buildings. His primary business is centered on residential and light commercial building inspections for individuals purchasing existing homes and commercial buildings. Jeff has offered litigation support on legal matters involving residential construction issues and home inspections. He also has performed numerous progress/phase/draw inspections for commercial and residential projects; along with this he also performs asset verifications for various lending institutions. Jeff is a certified inspector with the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI), a nationally regognized leader in home inspection organizations. He is an active member of the Great Lakes Chapter of ASHI and attends several conferences a year to be further educated in the Home Inspection profession. He also attends several Indiana ASHI chapter meetings each year to gain more knowledge and qualify for the required continuous education credits required to maintain a state license and remain a member in good standing with ASHI. Jeff is an Affiliate member of the Mid Eastern Indiana Association of Realtors and listed with the Central Listing service for Marion, Hamilton, Madison and surrounding counties for inspection access.
Jeff achieved an"Inspector by Review" status with the Great Lakes Chapter of ASHI which reviews his performance by a group of his peers in April 2014.
Jeff has been a Trusted Home Inspector for over 14 years
Although price is certainly foremost in many of our clients minds when they choose a Home Inspector, the lowest price is not always the best deal.
It's like buying a used book only to find out some of the chapters are missing. Get the whole story with our inspection report.
While even a thorough Home inspection report cannot provide a guarantee, warranty or assurance that every defect will be discovered, we work hard to discover all the hidden defects in the home before you make your decision to purchase.
It is important for you to call and ask your inspector any questions you may have to assure they have the knowledge and experience needed. An inspection report should give you the current condition of all the systems in the home and life expectancy so you can plan ahead on upcoming expenses.
Our reporting goes beyond the Realtor friendly "Appears Serviceable" comment found in other reports.