P.E. has been involved with residential design, construction,
engineering and inspections his entire life. He earned his
Bachelor's Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Colorado
in 1988. Immediately after college, he designed structural
framing systems for homes and small
commercial buildings at an international wood truss company.
Nick obtained his Professional Engineering License in
1992 and began performing Home Inspections full-time in 1997.
He has since inspected over 4200 homes in
the central Ohio area.
In addition, Nick has attained the highest level of Certification
with the American
Society of Home
ASHI is the oldest, largest and most respected professional
society of home inspectors in North America.
people like to throw around the word "Engineer".
But, Licensed Professional Engineer (P.E.) is a legally
title such as M.D. Taking a few engineering classes, earning
engineering degree or working at an engineering company are not enough
to qualify as a Licensed P.E. Beware when someone claims that
they are an "Engineer" without using the P.E. designation.
the type of engineering specialty makes a difference.
Mechanical Engineers may not be qualified to
evaluate Structural issues. While, other types of
may not have any background for residential home inspections at all.
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