Aaron's Home Inspections
Fully Insured Against Errors And Omissions!
Know Your Inspector
Aaron’s Home Inspections was established in 2007, the first year Maryland required all home inspectors to be licensed in order to be a home inspector. 30 hours of continuing education is required per year to maintain the license.
I have previously worked in the HVAC industry for 13 1/2 years, during which time I also attended Rets Techincal Training Center in the evening for 2 1/2 years, becoming certified for type 2 & type 3 high-pressure systems through Ferris State University. Additionally, I am certified in install, repairs, and service of HVAC systems since 1993. I also worked for a brief period servicing & building pools in the greater Washington D.C. area before becoming an owner of 4 rental properties in the Baltimore area. I even managed & participated in complete renovations of 2 of these properties in which 1 was featured on HGTV.
All of my prior experiences made me uniquely qualified to be a home inspector.
What Our Clients have to say
Emotion often affects the buyer and makes it hard to imagine any problems with their new home. A buyer needs a home inspection to find about all the problems with the home before moving in.
Quality Service for a reasonable price
Purchasing a home is one of the biggest investments you’ll make in your life. That’s why you’ll want a quality inspector that’ll give you the best assessment of any property you’re looking at!