Located in Louisville Kentucky, BHI provides non-invasive, visual home inspections for Home Buyers & Small Commercial Businesses.
Our home inspector service Crestwood, La Grange, Shelbyville, Simpsonville,Taylorsville, Mt. Washington, Bardstown, Shepherdsville, Vine Grove, Radcliff and Elizabethtown areas as well as the Louisville Metro area.
As owner, I am one of many Louisville home inspectors and Certified Commercial Building Inspector. Certified by the largest Home Inspection Association in the country, InterNACHI
(L# NACHI12020104) and License & Certified by the Kentucky Board of Home Inspectors (L # HI-3170).
Our home inspection reports are user friendly reports that are easy to read and understand, with pictures and comments on major material & safety defects found
Butler Home Inspection is a Member of the Better Business Bureau (BBB) with A Rating
We follow the InterNACHI SOP for inspection and reporting on all property inspections.
If you are looking to buy or sell your home, a Full Miami Home Inspection is your best defense. A full home inspection reviews every aspect of a property’s condition and can notify you of existing or potential problems.
Termite – Wood Destroying Organisms
A Florida Termite Inspection or Wood Destroying Organism (WDO) inspection should be performed on the potential home you are interested in purchasing. Florida is notorious for several species of termites due to the climate of our state. Such an inspection can ultimately save you thousands of dollars in repairing structural damage and eradicating the pests. Required by Mortgage Lender.
Wind Mitigation Inspection
An important service for Florida residents as our homes face high hurricane winds. This assessment shows how well various parts of your home can resist wind damage. With this inspection, you may be eligible for a discount on your HomeOwners Insurance policy.
4 Point Inspection
A Four Point Home Inspection is required by insurance companies before a home insurance policy is issued on an older home (30 years old or more). It covers 4 important areas of the home: HVAC, Electric, Plumbing, & Roof.
I will be the first to admit, I never thought I would become a home inspector. My life has been a journey and somewhat of a wild ride from politics to inspecting the inside of homes.It actually started out as a hobby of mine, since friends knew that I used to work in construction since I was a young chap, they would ask me to do a visual inspection of their homes before they were buying or selling. Well, this turned into a regular thing and before I knew it I would rather do this “job” than my 9-5 gig. I know that my father would be proud, he too ended his career as a home inspector.