Licensed home inspector in Vancouver, WA.

Home Inspector – Oregon and Washington

Adam DeGrandpre is a Certified Master Inspector® licensed in both Oregon and Washington. Adam was originally a graduate of Nonprofit Home Inspections home inspector training school before becoming an InterNACHI Certified Professional Inspector #NACHI17092503. Adam is a licensed Washington home inspector #2042, a certified Oregon Home inspector #2151, a licensed Structural Pest Inspector, and an IAC2 Indoor Environmental Consultant #IAC2-06-5672.

Adam has a broad range of construction experience ranging from installing network infrastructure to pouring foundations. Adam’s curiosity and drive to help others channels nicely into the home inspection industry.

Adam is mission driven and enjoys being able to assist clients make informed decisions about one of the potentially biggest financial purchases of their lives. His training and mentorship by some of the best inspectors in the Portland metro area allows him to provide a detailed and unbiased snapshot of the overall condition of a home. Please click on the logos below to see some of Adam’s licenses and certifications for home inspection services.

Camas Washington home inspector servicesAdam DeGrandpre is a Washington Licensed Home Inspector (WAHI # 2042). In preparation for a successful career in home inspections, Adam completed the rigorous Washington Home Inspector Training program conducted by Nonprofit Home Inspections in collaboration with the InterNational Association of Certified Home Inspectors. Combined with Adam’s previous construction experience, this training and mentorship gave Adam the tools necessary to provide outstanding home inspections for clients in Washington state.

Oregon home inspector in Beaverton, OregonAdam DeGrandpre is an Oregon Certified Home Inspector (OCHI # 2151). Adam has a wide range of construction related experience ranging from pouring foundations for new homes to installing wiring and telecommunications. This range of experiences helps Adam better serve his clients by identifying potential hazards in a home that can lead to expensive repairs if not corrected.

Home inspection in WashingtonAdam DeGrandpre has earned the designation as a Certified Professional Inspector® or CPI®. The designation of Certified Professional Inspectors® is only granted to home inspectors who complete a rigorous training program, who abide by a strict code of ethics, who pass a difficult examination and who are members of the InterNational Association of Certified Home Inspectors.

Pest and Dry Rot inspections by licensed home inspectors in Vancouver, WA.Adam DeGrandpre is a licensed Structural Pest Inspector and is able to sign off on loans through both the federal government and some bank loan programs. This additional licensing is a critical distinction between all of the home inspectors at Nonprofit Home Inspections and other companies in the area. If a home inspector is not also a licensed Structural Pest Inspector, they may not be able to sign off on your loan documents. This can add additional time and expense to the home inspection process if you are required to have your home reinspected by a properly licensed Structural Pest Inspector. To be safe, it’s always better to hire a home inspector who is also a licensed Structural Pest Inspector.

Certified home inspectors in Springfield, Oregon and Eugene, OregonAdam DeGrandpre is a member in good standing of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI). InterNACHI is the largest (and best) home inspector association in the world. As a member, Adam has access to some of the best continuing education for home inspectors along with opportunities for peer review and support. This membership is an important component of every home inspector’s tool belt at Nonprofit Home Inspections so that we can work to stay on top of advances in the home inspection industry.

Pest and dry rot inspections Vancouver WAAdam DeGrandpre is a member of the International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants. As such, he is able to provide unbiased radon and mold testing services. Because all of our home inspectors only do testing, you can count on an unbiased analysis that doesn’t push unnecessary repairs. If you have a radon or mold problem we will let you know, but we won’t take advantage of a stressful time to push unnecessary and expensive repairs. Count on the certified home inspectors at Nonprofit Home Inspections for unbiased testing that helps keep you and your family safe in your new home.