Home Inspectors in Owings Mills, MD
home inspectors in owings mills, MD serving baltimore county
The history of Owings Mills can be traced back to 1812, when it was founded as part of Baltimore. In the center for this town were its famous Owl’s Mile Square – where now there is just more than 1250 acres worth shopping! The first major enclosed mall opened up here at MDX Center in 1986 with over 150 stores and restaurants before closing down 15 years later due record foot traffic; but don’t worry because we have something even bigger planned: Mill Station (opened October 2018).
The history of Owings Mills is one that has witnessed many nationally recognized organizations and businesses come to call this area home. CareFirst, T Rowe Price (a well-known investment bank), Lion Brothers, The Baltimore Life Companies, Talbot Settlement & Escrows, Black And Decker HQs for some local celebrities like the Baltimore Ravens. A large manufacturing complex dates back since 1926 when it was used by Maryland Baking Company but then starting in 1957 houses Fort Howard Paper Corp., followed later on Solo Cup Corp.
Home Inspection Services
Our customers call us back for the next home or property they purchase. And, home sellers who are in the home watching us work frequently call us for the inspection on the home they are ready to buy. Here are some comments from our customers:
“Your professional services went above and beyond the call of duty!”
“Your inspection was the most thorough and detailed I have seen …”
“We wanted you to know how impressed we have repeatedly been when working with you and other members of your company. We’re impressed with the high level of integrity, knowledge and professionalism and really appreciate it. You’re doing a great job.”
“I thought my notes were thorough; yours are magnificent!!! Thank you so much.” Read more testimonials.
Thorough Observations and Technical Diagnosis
We take our time to make sure that you’re getting a quality inspection. We walk every room, assess the heating and cooling systems as well as plumbing fixtures like sinks or toilets so there are no problems when it comes time for homeowners insurance!
We not only inspect your house but also explain everything we find during this process which ensures transparency about what might be wrong with each aspect of the property before deciding on any repairs needed going forward.
Highly Trained, Licensed, and Certified
All of our inspectors have the following certifications:
- American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI).
- MAC ASHI (Local ASHI Chapter)
- Property Inspectors Training Institute (PITI)
- NRSB Certified for Radon Testing
- ESA trained for Mold Testing • North American Deck & Railing Association (NADRA)
- AACAR – Anne Arundel County Association of Realtors
- GBBR – Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors
- COASTAL – Coastal Association of Realtors
- FCAR – Frederick County Association of Realtors
- HCAR – Howard County Association of Realtors
- SMAR – Southern Maryland Association of Realtors
- NADRA – North American Deck & Railing Association
- Food Bank of Maryland
- Inspection Executives (a national organization of multi-inspector firms dedicated to premier service in the home inspection industry)
- Habitat for Humanity partner
- Chamber of Commerce
- End Hunger Calvert
- Veteran Owned
Highland Home Inspections has been in business since 1989.
Born out of a love relationship with the 100-year-old farmhouse Rick Belliveau bought after moving to Maryland, Rick combined his electrical engineering knowledge, US Navy submarine experience, and natural teaching ability to conduct pre-purchase home inspections for friends and relatives. He attended the Property Inspectors Training Institute course and quickly pursued the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) membership and certification while doing many more inspections on a part-time basis. The growing demand for his inspections resulted in a career move from Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory to a full-time inspections service.
HHI now averages more than 2,000 inspections a year. Over the years, Rick has grown the company to include 10 certified and licensed home inspectors, as well as 2 full-time office managers to quickly meet caller’s needs. The offices are located in Highland, Maryland in Howard County and Prince Frederick, Maryland in Calvert County.
The Highland Home Inspection team is second to none.