Robert Goldsmith

image About The Inspector

Our Commitment to a Quality Inspection
So that your inspection is of the utmost quality, and so you can feel confident in making the right home purchasing decision, we at Safe & Sound Home Inspection Services feel that it is of utmost importance to possess a very broad knowledge base of the physical structure and systems of a home. This knowledge includes but is not limited to: central heating and air conditioning systems, interior plumbing, electrical systems, the roof, attic, insulation and ventilation, walls, ceilings, floors, windows and doors, the foundation & structure, basement and other visible structures.

Just as important is our commitment to build on to our experience of the built environment. That is why we have commited ourselves to an ongoing learning process which builds on previously acquired knowledge and skills. This process of continuing education comes in the form of workshops, seminars, home-study, online courses, and hands on experience, to name of few.

My Qualifications
New York State Department of State Home Inspector License #16000007180

New York State Department Environment Conservation Certified Commercial Pesticide Applicator Catagory 7C Termite #C9815734

Certified Member of The American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI)

Member of The Western New York Chapter of the American Society of Home Inspectors (WNYASHI)

IICRC Certified Fire and Water Damage Restortion Technician

ASCR Certified Mold Remediation Technician

Professionally trained to perform Home Inspections in a Licensed Home Inspection Training Program, provided by Inspection Training Associates, the national leader in home inspection training.

12 years experience in the fire and flood disaster restoration industry which requires a wide range of skills in all aspects of building technologies. As a general contractor in the restoration industry, a thorough understanding of all building systems, including plumbing, wiring and electrical, heating and cooling systems, structural components etc. is essential as most damage claims involve multiple trade disciplines. I posses this experience through training and many years of practical disaster restoration experience.

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