Outer Banks homes face unique weather conditions including high humidity in the summer and prolonged wind blowing rain in the winter and the occasional hurricane. Due to these harsh conditions Outer Banks homes require special building materials and techniques. It is important to hire a home inspector who knows local these techniques and materials. Hiring a home inspector who has either built homes for a living here in the past or has been employed by a local municipality as a building inspector is a good idea.
When purchasing an older property it could be to your advantage to hire an inspector with a NC building contractor’s license. Occasionally an insurance carrier will want a letter stating the condition of older systems within a house. If your home insepctor has a contractor’s license then they can often quickly and easily provide you with that letter.
Below is the contact information on a few local home inspectors our clients have been happy using over the years.
Robert Finchem – Coastland Building Inspections – (252) 449-4310
Robert was a builder for many years on the Outer banks. His reports are easy to read and is good at explaining what he finds in each property. Coastland@charter.net
NC General Contractor’s License#16455
NC Home Inspector’s License#727
Bob Houizing – OBX Home Inspections – (252) 995-2099
Bob is newer to the local home inspection business but has many years of experience building houses on the Outer Banks. He has detailed reports with pictures of both minor and major repair requests. Bob can handle the ordering and delivering of the completed inspection on-line. email@example.com
NC Home Inspector’s License#3592
Mark Gamiel – On the Mark Home Inspections – (252) 473-8207
Mark’s reports are among the best with good details and pictures. He also has been involved with the Outer Banks construction Industry for years. firstname.lastname@example.org
General Contractor’s License#59613
NC Home Inspector’s License#3448