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I am a local Brookfield NH Home Inspector. I have worked in the plumbing and HVAC field, Built and Renovated Homes, Worked doing building maintenance and repairs. I am a home owner with the knowledge and know how to guide you though the home inspection process.
I am a NH Licensed Inspectors and am a Certified Professional Inspector and member of InterNACHI, The world’s largest organization of certified home inspectors. I am required to adhere to high standards, for continuing professional education, standards of practice, and code of ethics. This means you can rest assure that every inspection is thorough and detailed.
I know it is hard to find a good inspector and it is important to know the inspectors qualifications. Listed below are certifications I have received through InterNACHI’s extensive continuing education.
Choosing a home inspector can be difficult, because you probably won’t meet the inspector you’ve hired until your appointment. Ultimately, a thorough inspection depends heavily on the individual inspector’s effort. If you honor me by permitting me to inspect your new home. My promise is that I will give you my very best effort.
Brookfield is a town in Carroll County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 712 at the 2010 census.
Settled in 1726 by Scottish-Irish immigrants, the town was first named Coleraine. Fertile ground made it popular with farmers. It was later renamed Brookfield, after Brookfield, Massachusetts, and made a part of Middleton. But in 1785 Brookfield petitioned, unsuccessfully, to be set off from Middleton. This was due to the division of the original town of Middleton into two parts by the long, high ridge of Moose Mountain, then a considerable obstacle to travel. Town meetings, traditionally held in the muddy season of March, were particularly difficult to attend for those beyond the ridge. In 1794, however, permission was granted, and Brookfield incorporated. And in 1840, when Carroll County was set off from Strafford County, Brookfield went with Carroll, and Middleton remained with Strafford.
In 1874, the Wolfeborough Branch Railroad passed through this town.
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