What types of skills or credentials are required?
Being able to recognize and “communicate” the findings of a home inspection requires a disciplined and experienced approach.Â Home owners coverÂ a larger range of the socio-economic spectrum, and knowing how to communicate both good news and bad news requires diplomacy and tact…something I have learned over 25 + years of communicating safety issues and concerns with persons of all levels of education and viewpoints…from executives, engineers, managers, customers and line employees.
MostÂ inspectors haveÂ broad construction backgrounds and can easilly decsribe details of code and proper construction techniques…can they communicate with you (or your clients) in a non-alarming manner?Â Integri-Spect can…Fred has completed over 2500 Home Inspections in Arizona since 2006. Call Integri-Spect and find outÂ why we say “Home Inspections with Integrity”.Â
Fred Waggoner, owner and manager of Integri-Spect, LLC
IBMÂ (retired)Â Advisory Environmental Health and Safety Engineer Â IBM Real Estate and Site Operations
– Facilities Engineer – Manufacturing Engineer
Registered Professional Home Inspector (#44413) in the State of Arizona as recorded with the State Board of Technical Registration.
HUDÂ REAC (Real Estate Assessment Center) Former Certified inspector.
Former Special Government Employee –Â California OSHA consultation office (Cal/OSHA) Special Team Member responsible forÂ inspections of participatingÂ member companies, systems, and facilities.
Certified Safety Professional (retired) Board of Certified Safety Professioanls
- B.S Degree: Manufacturing Engineering / Technology, Weber State University
- Masters Degree Program: Human Factors Engineering / Ergonomics, San Jose State University
USAF (1969-1973)Â Areospace Ground Equipment Technician (HVAC-Electrical-Mechanical-Plumbing) 388th Tactical Fighter WING; 56TH Special Operations Wing SouthEast Asia.