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We Offer a Full Range of Home Inspection Services

Our main services are home inspections, building consulting/new construction inspections, wood-destroying insect inspections, water quality inspections, radon inspections, lead paint inspections, septic inspections, insurance inspections, and VA/FHA inspections. Our building inspector will identify the need for any work that needs to be done regarding the home’s systems or structural components and he will recommend the appropriate professional, engineer, licensed contractor, or specialty tradesman with expertise in that particular area. But the need for any kind of costly, detailed work is rare.

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We Offer a Full Range of Home Inspection Services

Our main services are home inspections, building consulting/new construction inspections, wood-destroying insect inspections, water quality inspections, radon inspections, lead paint inspections, septic inspections, insurance inspections, and VA/FHA inspections. Our building inspector will identify the need for any work that needs to be done regarding the home’s systems or structural components and he will recommend the appropriate professional, engineer, licensed contractor, or specialty tradesman with expertise in that particular area. But the need for any kind of costly, detailed work is rare.

Meet the Inspectors

Each of our staff is an experienced, professional home inspector who has training and experience in the building industry.
Adam Wright

Adam Wright

General Manager

As a 2nd generation Inspector and Contractor, Adam has quickly become one of the most reputable inspectors in the area and a leader in the industry. He is the lead trainer of all RJ’s new inspectors and uses his wealth of knowledge to not only teach clients about their potential home, but also teaches classes to realtors about home inspections.

Rob Johnson

Rob Johnson

Inspector

Rob is a leader with the RJ Inspection team. Prior to being a home inspector, Rob was a carpenter for 15 years, working as a foreman and safety officer on everything from foundations to finish construction projects. His knowledge and passion for the industry is transparent as he is informative and lively throughout every home inspection.

Brett Garceau

Brett Garceau

Inspector

Brett is extremely knowledgeable in how to effectively and calmly communicate to home buyers what they need to know about their property. In addition to having extensive knowledge in the home inspection industry, he has been known to be very personable and always show up to inspections in a good mood. His awareness and understanding of the home inspection process is why he is one of the lead trainers for new inspectors here at RJ.

Jerson “Jay” Depena

Jerson “Jay” Depena

Inspector

Jay is well known as a trustworthy member of the Merrimack valley community providing home inspections in both English and Spanish. His smooth, easy going personality provides a great experience for any client during what can be viewed as a stressful time. With his experience in real estate and his cutting-edge knowledge of construction, he has quickly risen through the ranks of RJ becoming one of our most requested inspectors.

Ryan Luther

Ryan Luther

Inspector

Prior to becoming a home inspector, Ryan had years of experience in preventative maintenance and facilities management. He takes the time to get to know each client with the understanding that the home inspection process can be overwhelming at times and with that knowledge, is able to make the process as smooth as possible.

Dave Walton

Dave Walton

Inspector

Dave has been a professional firefighter for 12+ years, where he has worked closely with electricians, plumbers, and contractors absorbing a wide range of information essential to any potential home buyer. His experience as a firefighter and home inspector has given him a very thorough understanding of structure and safety hazard when inspecting properties.

Mark Busa

Mark Busa

Inspector

As an owner of an antique home, Mark has a great understanding of the construction methods and the sometimes special attention required in being an owner of an older home. The insight and personal expertise that he has built over the past 25 years in remodeling and renovation is an asset to any homebuyer.

Paul Metros

Paul Metros

Inspector

As a member of the RJ team since 1995, Paul is our most senior and experienced inspector. Throughout the years, Paul has seen it all, acquiring a vast amount of expertise in all areas of the home. In his history as a home inspector, he has always been known to be extremely friendly and likeable.

*Paul only does hand-written reports

Fred Lapitino

Fred Lapitino

Inspector

With Fred’s years of experience in property management as both a technician and manager, his extensive knowledge about homes has helped him become one of RJ most trusted inspectors. His ability to calmly communicate with people has become a valuable skill when guiding clients through their future home. His positive attitude and friendly nature shine through on every inspection, which has resulted in Fred having some of the highest ratings in the company for client satisfaction.

Eric Perez

Eric Perez

Inspector

As a well-respected member of the Latino community, Eric provides home inspection services in both English and Spanish. He worked as an engineering technician for several years but left his long-time career to follow his passion in homes/real estate. As a home inspector he loves working with people and educating them about their future home. He is meticulous in making sure that the client is familiar with all the important systems and components throughout the home.

Brent Hyde

Brent Hyde

Inspector

Brent has a diverse history working in various trades of construction which has provided him with great experience and extensive knowledge of homes. Brents friendly nature and his history of working on homes has been a perfect combination for becoming a leader at RJ Inspections. He is always happy to answer all questions during the inspection, or even after, to make sure the client fully understands the home.

Colin Mason

Colin Mason

Inspector

Colin brings a keen eye and extensive knowledge from his previous work in the construction field. As a young family man and homeowner himself, he knows how important a home inspection is to a new buyer. His experience in home renovations provides great perspective for any client. He is personable, patient, and treats your inspection as if you were part of his own family.

Meet the Inspectors

Each of our staff is an experienced, professional home inspector who has training and experience in the building industry.
Home Inspector and General Manager Adam WrightAdam Wright, General Manager

As a 2nd generation Inspector and Contractor, Adam has quickly become one of the most reputable inspectors in the area and a leader in the industry. He is the lead trainer of all RJ’s new inspectors and uses his wealth of knowledge to not only teach clients about their potential home, but also teaches classes to realtors about home inspections.

Home Inspector Robert JohnsonRob Johnson, Inspector

Rob is a leader with the RJ Inspection team. Prior to being a home inspector, Rob was a carpenter for 15 years, working as a foreman and safety officer on everything from foundations to finish construction projects. His knowledge and passion for the industry is transparent as he is informative and lively throughout every home inspection.

Brett Garceau, Inspector

Brett is extremely knowledgeable in how to effectively and calmly communicate to home buyers what they need to know about their property. In addition to having extensive knowledge in the home inspection industry, he has been known to be very personable and always show up to inspections in a good mood. His awareness and understanding of the home inspection process is why he is one of the lead trainers for new inspectors here at RJ.

Home Inspector Jerson DepenaJerson “Jay” Depena, Inspector

Jay is well known as a trustworthy member of the Merrimack valley community providing home inspections in both English and Spanish. His smooth, easy going personality provides a great experience for any client during what can be viewed as a stressful time. With his experience in real estate and his cutting-edge knowledge of construction, he has quickly risen through the ranks of RJ becoming one of our most requested inspectors.

Home Inspector Ryan LutherRyan Luther, Inspector

Prior to becoming a home inspector, Ryan had years of experience in preventative maintenance and facilities management. He takes the time to get to know each client with the understanding that the home inspection process can be overwhelming at times and with that knowledge, is able to make the process as smooth as possible.

Dave Walton, Inspector

Dave has been a professional firefighter for 12+ years, where he has worked closely with electricians, plumbers, and contractors absorbing a wide range of information essential to any potential home buyer. His experience as a firefighter and home inspector has given him a very thorough understanding of structure and safety hazard when inspecting properties.

Mark Busa, Inspector

As an owner of an antique home, Mark has a great understanding of the construction methods and the sometimes special attention required in being an owner of an older home. The insight and personal expertise that he has built over the past 25 years in remodeling and renovation is an asset to any homebuyer.

Paul Metros, Inspector

As a member of the RJ team since 1995, Paul is our most senior and experienced inspector. Throughout the years, Paul has seen it all, acquiring a vast amount of expertise in all areas of the home. In his history as a home inspector, he has always been known to be extremely friendly and likable.

*Paul only does hand-written reports

Home Inspector Fred LapitinoFred Lapitino, Inspector

With Fred’s years of experience in property management as both a technician and manager, his extensive knowledge about homes has helped him become one of RJ most trusted inspectors. His ability to calmly communicate with people has become a valuable skill when guiding clients through their future home. His positive attitude and friendly nature shine through on every inspection, which has resulted in Fred having some of the highest ratings in the company for client satisfaction.

Home Inspector Eric PerezEric Perez, Inspector

As a well-respected member of the Latino community, Eric provides home inspection services in both English and Spanish. He worked as an engineering technician for several years but left his long-time career to follow his passion in homes/real estate. As a home inspector he loves working with people and educating them about their future home. He is meticulous in making sure that the client is familiar with all the important systems and components throughout the home.

Home Inspector Brent HydeBrent Hyde, Inspector

Brent has a diverse history working in various trades of construction which has provided him with great experience and extensive knowledge of homes. Brents friendly nature and his history of working on homes has been a perfect combination for becoming a leader at RJ Inspections. He is always happy to answer all questions during the inspection, or even after, to make sure the client fully understands the home.

Home Inspector Colin MasonColin Mason, Inspector

Colin brings a keen eye and extensive knowledge from his previous work in the construction field. As a young family man and homeowner himself, he knows how important a home inspection is to a new buyer. His experience in home renovations provides great perspective for any client. He is personable, patient, and treats your inspection as if you were part of his own family.

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Game room goals 👾🎯 #FieldPicFriday #RJHomeInspections ...

Need 12 of these skillet chicken pot pies 🍗🥧 @buzzfeedtasty #TryThisThursday #RJHomeInspections Ingredients: 2 ½ tablespoons butter, 3 tablespoons flour, 1 ½ cups milk, 2 rotisserie chicken breasts, shredded, ½ cup frozen peas, ½ cup frozen carrot, salt, to taste, pepper, to taste, 1 small potato, peeled and chopped, ½ cup cream, 1 premade pie crust

Directions:

1. Preheat oven to 400ºF (200ºC).
2. Debone, remove skin, and shred rotisserie chicken.
3. Melt butter in a cast-iron skillet over medium-high heat.
4. Add in the flour and stir until bubbling.
5. Whisk in the milk until smooth, then add chicken, frozen peas and carrots, potato, and cream. Stir until fully mixed and bubbling.
6. Drape pie crust over the top of the skillet and cut 4 venting holes in the center.
7. Bake for 30-35 min, or until crust is golden brown. Carefully remove from the oven.
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If you’re selling your house, please clean before the inspection 😬 #WhatNotToDoWednesday #RJHomeInspections ...

New season, new doormat! As we start to get into the colder months, it’s never a bad idea to replace your current doormat with a heavy, more durable mat (that’s ready to take on the snow❄️) #HomeTipTuesday #RJHomeInspections ...

Happy Monday everyone! Hopefully you’re all jumping into the week a little better than this! #MondayFunday #RJHomeInspections ...

If you’re looking for an easy fall dinner, try this chicken noodle soup from @buzzfeedtasty 🍗🥕🍜 #TryThisThursday #RJHomeInspections Ingredients: 2 tablespoons butter, 1 cup onion, diced, 2 cloves garlic, minced, 1 cup celery, diced, 1 cup carrot, diced, ½ lb cooked chicken, shredded,4 cans chicken broth, 2 cups egg noodle,1 teaspoon salt,1 teaspoon pepper, 2 leaves dried bay leaf

Directions:
1. In a large pot, melt butter and add onions and garlic. Cook until onions have begun to soften.
2. Add celery, carrots, and cooked shredded chicken.
3. Add the chicken broth, egg noodles, salt, pepper and bay leaves.
4. Bring to a boil and then reduce heat, cover and simmer for 20 minutes.
5. Remove bay leaves from the soup.
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Didn’t want to open the dishwasher all the way anyways 🍽 #WhatNotToDoWednesday #RJHomeInspections ...

Make sure your lawn furniture doesn’t get ruined so you can use again next year.....Sheds and garages are great places to store, or you can use a waterproof cover! 🛋☀️ #HomeTipTuesday #RJHomeInspections ...

Happy Monday everyone! Hopefully this week didn’t hit you this hard 🏀 #MondayFunday #RJHomeInspections ...

It’s not every day that you see leeches on the wall during an inspection 🪳 #FieldPicFriday #RJHomeInspections ...

If you’re looking for grilled cheese with a kick, try this ultimate spicy grilled cheese 🧀🔥 @buzzfeedtasty #TryThisThursday #RJHomeInspections Ingredients:2 slices sourdough bread, 4 slices jalapeño, to taste, 1 ¼ cups shredded Cabot Pepper Jack Cheese, divided, 2 tablespoons jalapeño, finely chopped, ½ tablespoon habanero pepper, optional, finely chopped, 1 tablespoon green onion, finely chopped, 6 jalapeño-flavored potato chips, lightly crushed

Directions:
1. Heat a large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Hold a slice of bread over the skillet to measure the space for the cheese crust. Place 2–4 jalapeño slices in the skillet where the bread will go, then top with ¼ cup Cabot Pepper Jack Cheese roughly the shape and size of the slice of bread. Place the bread on top of the cheese and press down lightly so the melting cheese sticks to the bread.
2. Top the bread with ¾ cup Cabot Pepper Jack Cheese, the chopped jalapeño, habanero (if using), green onions, and potato chips. Cover with the other slice of bread. Cook for 2–3 minutes, or until the cheese on the bottom forms a browned crust.
3. Using a spatula, lift the sandwich out of the pan and layer the remaining jalapeño slices and Cabot Pepper Jack Cheese in the skillet. Place the sandwich on top of the cheese in the pan, cheese-crust side up, and press down lightly to adhere. Cook for 3–5 minutes, or until the cheese crust is well browned and the cheese in the middle of the sandwich is completely melted. Let the sandwich rest for 1 minute before slicing.
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Please don’t leave your house like this for an inspection 🤨 #WhatNotToDoWednesday #RJHomeInspections ...

Some safety tips and reminders for your home this Halloween as you start to decorate! 🎃👻 #HomeTipTuesday #RJHomeInspections ...

Hopefully you’re swinging into Monday better than this! Have a great week everyone! #MondayFunday #RJHomeInspections ...

An old railroad track used as a beam 🚂Unconventional but can't argue the strength! #FieldPicFriday #RJHomeInspections ...

Happy first Thursday of Fall! 🍂 if you’re looking for a new recipe, try this slow cooker butternut squash soup 🥣 @buzzfeedtasty #TryThisThursday #RJHomeInspections Ingredients: 2 lb medium butternut squash, peeled, seeded, roughly chopped,1 medium yellow onion, roughly chopped, 4 cloves garlic, olive oil, to taste, 3 cups vegetable broth, ½ teaspoon ground ginger, ½ teaspoon ground cumin, ½ teaspoon ground coriander, ½ teaspoon paprika, ⅛ teaspoon cayenne pepper, 1 ½ teaspoons sea salt, ¼ teaspoon black pepper, ½ teaspoon fresh thyme, ¼ cup coconut milk

Directions:
1. Add the butternut squash, onion, and garlic to a slow cooker. Drizzle with olive oil and add vegetable broth, ginger, cumin, coriander, paprika, cayenne, salt, and pepper.
2. Cover and cook on high heat for 4 hours.
3. Using a hand blender, blend the ingredients until smooth, or transfer to a standard blender or food processor and carefully puree.
4. Add the thyme and coconut milk and blend to incorporate.
5. Garnish with pumpkin seeds and chives, if desired.
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I guess if you tilt your head to the right the toilet kind of looks straight? If you’re finishing a DIY project at home, make sure to install everything the proper way or else you could end up with something like this 🚽🚫 #WhatNotToDoWednesday #RJHomeInspections ...

Happy (almost) Fall! 🍂🍁 Double check and make sure you have all of your raking tools ready to go including leaf blowers, rakes, tarps or bags, and gloves! 🍃 #HomeTipTuesday #RJHomeInspections ...

Happy Monday everyone! Hopefully you’re headed into the week smoother than this #MondayFunday #RJHomeInspections ...

Our Satisfied Customers

RJ Inspections has done inspections now for us on two properties. They are extremely professional, caters to the buyers (aka made sure we understood everything that was going on) and was exceptionally thorough. RJ Inspections even handled my overly critical and hovering father with ease. We feel confident in purchasing this property that no stone has been left unturned and that we know what we are walking into. I would recommend RJ Inspections to any of my friends and family and if/when we buy another house they will be our first choice. The inspector was also a really nice guy who led us through our first time home-buying process with confidence and put us at ease.

Erin M.

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