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Home Inspection Services in Walworth County Wisconsin

Construction Experience. Inspection Expertise.

Because of my depth and breadth of knowledge of the industry, I understand the intricacies behind simple and complex construction: how and why homes are built the way they are...
Chad Beck - Owner/Licensed Wisconsin Home Inspector

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After graduating with a Bachelor's Degree from Creighton University, I was employed as an Account Executive with Baxter Medical Supply. It was during this time that I was introduced to the construction trade. I quickly came to realize my true love for home building & construction and decided to pursue that as a career.


I have worked in masonry, carpentry, finish carpentry and finally general contracting, building custom homes. Because of my depth and breadth of knowledge in the industry, I understand the intricacies behind simple and complex homes: how and why they are built the way they are.


In 2001 I became a licensed home inspector. I knew that I could offer homeowners/buyers something special, something more — I could use my knowledge to offer more complete, more thorough inspections than most anyone. Things that I learned while actually doing the work, building the homes, could greatly benefit my clients and provide unparalleled piece of mind.


Over the years, I have developed quality relationships with many trades professionals. My vast network of colleagues can be an invaluable source of information... a resource I can pass along to clients that need quality tradesmen and women to bring their home up to standards.

What is a Home Inspection?

A home inspection is a limited, non-invasive examination of the condition of a home. Home inspectors are trained and certified to perform such inspections. We check the roof, basement, heating system, water heater, air-conditioning system, structure, plumbing, electrical, and many other aspects of the building. We also look for improper building practices, those items that require extensive repairs, items that are general maintenance issues, as well as some fire and safety issues.


What do we inspect?... Read on...



  • ​Pre-Home Inspection

  • Radon Testing

  • Maintenance Inspection

  • New Construction Inspection

10 Reasons You Shouldn't Skip A Home Inspection
  1. It Provides an "Out"

  2. Safety

  3. Reveal Illegal Additions or Installations

  4. Protection

  5. Negotiating Tool

  6. Forecast Future Costs

  7. Determine "Deal-Breakers"

  8. Learn to Protect Your Investment

  9. Reveal the Big Picture

  10. Insurance


Custom construction & renovations
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Specializing in custom, lakefront homes, renovations, project management and home watch services in the lakes area.

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