Michigan Home Inspection Services
Welcome, my name is Matt Cottenham I am the owner of Trademark Home Inspection and the certified inspector that will be performing your inspection. When I inspect a home my only interest is you. As a father and a husband, I perform every inspection with my family in mind.
Aside from making sure everything is structurally sound and functioning correctly while performing a home inspection, I always ask myself, would I feel safe putting my family in this home? I look for environmental issues like mold, asbestos, and lead paint. I will also look for other safety issues such as loose handrails, trip hazards, and electrical hazards just to name a few.
Lastly I will make sure you are comfortable with the home and know how to operate the systems. I will never rush your inspection to get to the next, and though most home inspections take between three and four hours I will stay onsite with you not only long enough for me to feel comfortable with the inspection, but long enough to make sure you are comfortable with everything about your home.
A Company You Can Trust
Trademark Home Inspection of Southeast Michigan is a family owned company and it is our pleasure to treat each of our clients as family. You are NOT just another inspection. You will always be treated with the respect you deserve from the first call to our office to long after your inspection has been completed.
At the completion of your inspection you will have your inspector’s personal cell phone number. You are welcome to call at any time with questions regarding your inspection report. You are also welcome to call regarding a future window purchase you are planning five years from now. We are here to assist and serve in any way we possibly can.
Your inspector is certified!
International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI).
Mold Inspection and Mold Testing
National Association of Mold Professionals (NAMP) and The International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants (Iac2)
Radon Gas Testing
International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants (Iac2).
Michigan does not require a license for any of the above fields. In addition to the above certifications your inspector also holds a valid Michigan Residential Builders License, attends many seminars and conferences each year, and is always continuing to learn about new technologies and inspection methods.