Erika Maurer

Upon my offer being accepted by the sellers, I knew I needed to begin aligning my appointments, gathering paperwork, etc. Since I had never purchased a home independently, I requested, from my co-workers, a list of home inspectors they had used or knew of one with a good reputation. Within 3 minutes of my email, I received 5 responses from my co-workers. Not only was I surprised by their quick responses, I was amazed at who their recommendations were or should I say who their recommendation was. It was unanimous . . . each of the responses read, "Dwight Barnett." Some of the unsolicited comments were: You can't go wrong with him if he's inspecting the house you're BUYING . . . He's my neighbor, and not only is he great at what he does, he's a very nice man who stands behind his work . . . He's the one who writes the article in the paper and it sounds like you would want him if you're buying . . . maybe not selling (LOL) . . . He'll inspect the inside, outside, attic, garage and every nook and cranny . . . nothing will go unnoticed . . . My personal experience with Dwight and son, Damon, was extremely pleasant. He urged me to walk through the house with him, so I could visually comprehend what his findings were and what his recommendations would be. He offers a newsletter to his customers and has an open door policy when it comes to questions that may arise even after the purchase of a home. Dwight and Damon were both very kind and respectful of my soon-to-be new home and my time. If I had to rate them on a scale from 1 to 10, I would have to say 20.