Author: Willard Gray

Bright Home Inspection Inc.

The National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI) is the world’s largest, most elite non-profit inspection association. Our home buying clients enjoy the HI Experience only NACHI Certified Inspectors can provide. Bright Home Inspection Company has successfully passed NACHI’s Inspector Examination, taken a Standards of Practice Quiz, completed a Code of Ethics Course, adhere to Standards of Practice, abide by a Code of Ethics, attend required continuing education courses, and are NACHI Certified. NACHI…the very best home inspectors.

Henry Bright: Owner/ Inspector

As a father of four and local detroit home inspector, I understand the importance of owning a home, free of major defects. My commitment to you is to identify all defects major and minor and to educate you on maintaining your home to protect your investment.

R Squared Property Inspections

R Squared Property Inspections believes in providing the most thorough Detroit home inspection and customer service, so that we leave you feeling secure and safe with your home purchase.

With vast general contractor project manager experience, R Squared is equipped with extensive knowledge on the construction quality of a home, identification of problem areas, and insight of corrective options, all of which cannot be found with a typical home inspector.

Our Start in The Inspection Industry

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.