Growing up in an 1805 Federalist Home was like living in a museum. I remember climbing on the exposed post and beam framing, crawling past knob and tube wiring in the attic, and even exploring the depths of the various basement hiding spots. Growing up in an old home ignited my passion for real estate and gave me a great appreciation for how cool houses can be. Much of my youth was spent fixing up properties – working for various contractors or with my father who shares my passion for real estate. Dabbling in all aspects of the trades when I was young taught me a lot about how…or how not…to improve a home.

I graduated from Suffolk University with a bachelors degree and after that spent some time working in a couple of professional jobs and gained great experience there. I appreciate my time out of the trades because being in the corporate world under great scrutiny or supervising others in leadership positions can have a vast impact on how you communicate and handle yourself to others.

My greatest accomplishment is being a proud husband and father to my amazing family. I have two great little girls, Stella and Rylie. I couldn’t be of any success without the support of my wife Brittany, who pushed me to get out of the corporate world and back into the construction industry to pursue my passion.

I greatly enjoy additional education, which has lead to my participation in the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). I am currently an ASHI Director on the board of Directors for ASHI New England. Pursuing as much ongoing education as possible has always been one of my favorite parts about being an inspector – there’s always something you can learn no matter how long you’ve been doing home inspections.

Many inspectors have different strengths and communication styles. I pride myself on communicating factually and clearly. I fall back on my background to work with a variety of buyers who have different communication styles. I love working with first time home buyers and seasoned buyers who have a lot of questions and a high level of engagement in their inspections. I focus on patience to work with my client and understand the home even with pressure of limited inspection timeframes and other factors. Many inspectors are very knowledgeable, but few have the ability to help you fully understand a large volume of information in a short amount of time. I can always try to explain my strengths, but please check out my reviews as nobody does a better job explaining my performance as my prior clients.

Massachusetts License #973

Certified Residential Thermographer #2019011124

American Society of Home Inspectors Certified Inspector #261987

National Radon Proficiency Providers #111761-RT

Wood Destroying Insect Inspector NEPMA #170359

ASHI New England Board Director – Current



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“Having a family and young children reminds me of how precious life is. When I am inspecting I think about my clients family when they own the home and even down the road and it helps me hold myself to a higher standard.”


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