Owner, Dave Boulter – Professional Certified Home Inspector, VA Licensed.

Dave Boulter is owner and founder of Good Faith Inspections. He is a Northern Virginia native, a Commonwealth of Virginia Licensed Professional Home Inspector, and has passed the National Home Inspector’s Examination. In addition, Dave is a certified graduate of the Master Home Inspection Course conducted by the American Home Inspectors Training Institute. Dave is a National Radon Safety Board Certified Radon Measurement Specialist.

Dave’s interest in home inspections begins with home construction. He spent six years volunteering with Habitat For Humanity in Charlotte, NC while he worked as a career firefighter and later spent over a year living on the Gulf Coast of Mississippi, rebuilding homes destroyed by Hurricane Katrina. He then spent two years leading the Home Services division of a local company where he did carpentry work, home repairs, and performed wood destroying insect inspections and repair. His knowledge and experience with the foundations of a home and home maintenance have progressed to wanting to help others when they are making one of the biggest purchases in their life.

Professionalism, attention to detail, and integrity have given Dave room to stand above the competition. Thoroughness in the job and your overall satisfaction are his primary concerns. He conducts his home inspections as if he was buying the house for his family and provides a report that he stands behind, with good faith. In addition to providing vital information needed for the real estate transaction, he educates home buyers on their homes and highlights areas that need to be maintained and/or monitored closely. Well-grounded through ongoing training at American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI), Dave regularly attends conferences and training in an effort to continually further his knowledge and education, and to remain current in the Home Inspection field. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from Virginia Tech. He and his wife are both avid runners and actively involved in their church and community.

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