Certification NACHI #16121103

The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) is accredited in 27 licensing states by the Department of Education. I have obtained education requisites accepted by these State Regulatory Boards. Home inspection services are unregulated in the State of New Mexico and can vary greatly from state to state.

Additionally I annually obtain 25 hrs of continuing education specific to the home inspection industry. During the past two decades I’ve accumulated building experience as a carpenter, foreman and property manager. Prior to home inspection, I performed field data collection for foundation repair.

There are indeed limitations and conditions of a residential home inspection.  The process does not imply a guarantee or warranty against defect. I am deeply committed to providing my clients with fair, honest and reliable overviews. I encourage clients to read the Standards of Practice to clearly understand the home inspection and reporting process. 

As a consumer you deserve a fair and impartial assessment to the structural and operational components of your prospective home.

Are you selling your home?   Let me inspect it before you list it.  Show prospective buyers that you are dealing in good faith.  Avoid 11th-hour negotiations and delays and justify your full asking price by having your home pre-inspected.

Brokers:  Your reputation is your most valuable asset.  Your clients trust you to guide them through a complicated, oftentimes  stressful process.  Demonstrate that their trust is justified in your referral.  I will deliver the information your clients need.      

“…after a soft estimate (inspection) from a previous inspector who was insufficient and not thorough, Patrick was absolutely the best. He backs up his findings with many clear pictures that I could understand. I really regret that my first inspector provided no information as to what needed to be done. I recommend Patrick Trujillo 100%.”

- Michelle G. Taos, NM. Google