|Kevin J. Bradley
|35 years full time in the home inspection business, performed over 12,000 home inspections in the four-state area
|25 years seminars for real estate professionals three are currently accredited through 2021 with MAR approval
|15 years renovating and restoring properties
|6 years Lead Administrator and Instructor at the ASHI school Baltimore site
|Licensed Maryland Home Inspector, 2015 -
|Licensed N.J. Home Inspector, 2003 - 2015
|Certified Member (ASHI) American Society of Home Inspectors, since 1986
|Co-Founder and Board President of Southern New Jersey ASHI, 2001-2003
|N J State Board of Engineers and Surveyors selected Administrator for Licensing of New Home Inspectors in Southern NJ 2003
|Widener University-B.S. Business Administration
|State of MD Required Educational Credits
American Society of Home Inspectors
20 Credit Hours Per Year-1986-Present
|Blue Print Reading and Construction Cost Estimating 1993
|State of N.J. sponsored: Construction Code Official and Building Inspector R.C.S. New Construction 1988
|American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers 1985-1986
|You want to know information about the property you have selected, clearly, concisely and quickly.
|Clearly The inspector should have excellent communication skills.
|Concisely You want information in plain language, with familiar terminology, in an easy to read format that explains the age, condition, life expectancy of major systems, including the maintenance of those systems.
|Quickly You want immediate information provided by a licensed Professional. This gives you the time, if necessary, to seek advice from your agent, attorney or other professionals.
|We highly recommend that you accompany the inspector on the inspection; as the inspector will discuss any defects, home maintenance and answer any questions you may have.
|Pictures are worth 1000 words. If you cannot attend, the inspector is available by phone.
Call, message, or email H.E.A. anytime:
|Please provide: the property address, contact information and your email address to review our standard contract prior, to the inspection. Sign and return the document or bring to the inspection. Add confirmed date to your calendar.
|Please allow 2.5 to 3.5 hours for a home inspection that will meet or exceed the Maryland State License law. Most reports, except historic homes, will be delivered via email within 24 hours.
|Townhouses and attached homes
|Detached single-family homes
|Over $500,000 or 20 years
*Fee is based on a 2.5 to 3.5 hour inspection.
We don't anticipate payment until our service is completed on site.
We do have a terms and conditions contract (an industry standard) that you should review and sign prior to the start of the inspection. This is available for e-mail. Please provide your e-mail address. Our service is to provide you with unbiased facts so you may make an informed decision.