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We are confident that you’ll be satisfied with your inspection by CT Pro Inspection. If for any reason you’re not, let us know before the end of the inspection and you won’t pay a dime. Your satisfaction is 100% guaranteed!

Call us! 860-377-5242

Providing home inspection services throughout Connecticut

Robert Marouski is a Board Certified Master Home inspector – the highest designation in the inspection industry. 

OUR HOME INSPECTION PROMISE

Choosing the right home inspector can be difficult. Different inspectors have varying qualifications, equipment, experience, reporting methods and, of course, pricing. One thing for sure is that a proper home inspection requires work, experience, and dedication. Ultimately, a thorough inspection depends a lot on the home inspector’s own individual effort. When you hire me for your home inspection, I guarantee that I will give you my very best effort every time. This is my promise to you.”

Robert Marouski, Owner, Certified Master Inspector

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CT Pro Inspection provides honest, objective, and thorough home inspection reports. From the first contact with you through the home inspection delivery and explanation of your report, we will treat you honestly and professionally. We stand behind every home inspection report we issue.

Our Home Inspection Credentials

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Connecticut Licensed & Insured

We are fully licensed and insured in Connecticut as residential and commercial home inspectors; CT license #HOI.0000749.

InterNACHI, the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors

Whether you are buying or selling a home you should always use the services of a certified home inspector. In addition to our Connecticut license, we have been certified by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI).  We have worked hard to maintain our certification, so we may provide you with the latest information. Their requirements are:

  • The inspector must pass InterNACHI’s Online Inspector Examination every year. This general, not association-specific exam is an industry standard required by InterNACHI and some state licensing boards.

  • The inspector must adhere to the industry’s largest, most comprehensive Standards of Practice.

  • The inspector must abide by InterNACHI’s Code of Ethics.

  • The inspector must follow a strict continuing education policy that requires, among other things, that they receive 24 hours of continuing education each year.

  • The inspector must have completed InterNACHI’s ethics “obstacle course” which ensures that they are aware of their ethical duties as a home inspector.

  • The inspector must have passed InterNACHI’s Standards of Practice quiz.

  • The inspector msst have signed and submitted an affidavit legally agreeing that they have and will continue to adhere to all InterNACHI standards, ethics and education requirements.

  • The inspector must maintain a continuing education log.

  • The inspector is required to successfully complete InterNACHI’s comprehensive Standards of Practice course and examination, Roofing course and examination, Structural course and examination and Electrical course and examination, Plumbing course and examination, Inspector Safety course and examination, Wood Destroying Organism course and examination, 25 Standards course and examination, Moisture Intrusion course and examination, Vermiculite Insulation course, Polybutylene Plumbing course, Water Heater TPR Valve course, Emergency Exit course, Log Home course and examination, Green Building course and examination, Mold Inspection course and examination, Radon course and examination, Commercial Inspection course and examination, and the Foundation Walls and Piers course and examination.

  • The inspector must attend at least one chapter meeting or educational seminar every two years (reasonable exceptions apply).

  • The inspector must complete at least one very advanced inspection course every 2 years.

  • The inspector must have access to a number of learning tools such as inspection tips and technique illustrations, a library of home inspection books and videos, the industry’s largest message board, InterNACHI’s “what’s new” publication of recent inspection news, and the InterNACHI University.

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We are IAC2-Certified

by the International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants for Radon Testing and Mold Inspections

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Whether you're buying or selling, we can help you move with confidence and NO UNWANTED SURPRISES! 

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