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You Get What You pay For!

As stated in the title from an old saying, it is true you get what you pay for as a general rule. However, that is not always the case because even if you pay a lot of money for a sevice or product, work ethic is a big factor. How many times have you paid for a service only to wind up disappointed because the services promised were not the services delivered. You see, it has much to do with good old fashioned work ethic, and that is something you cannot teach, you either have it or you don't. Sadly, many companies today in 2021 are more concerned with making a buck than providing their customers great service both before and after the sale. I take a much different approach with my client base, I give you my greatest effort to earn the money you pay me. I believe in working hard and providing my clients with the work ethic I learned as a young man. What does that mean? It means that I work hard for you during your home inspection and am available to you afterwards for questions and follow up. I operate with no bias, just the commitment and dedication to my craft, and the responsibility to provide you with the most comprehensive information possible so you can make an informed decision. While not all companies are lacking in this quality, many are, and you as a paying customer deserve the very best, it's just the right thing to do.

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