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I am a local Epping NH home Inspector. I have worked in 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.
The primary settlement in town, where 1,681 people resided at the 2010 census, is defined by the U.S. Census Bureau as the Epping census-designated place (CDP) and includes the densely populated portion of the town centered on New Hampshire Route 27 just west of New Hampshire Route 125.
New England Dragway and Star Speedway are also located in Epping. New England Dragway puts on races and auto displays throughout the year, including the IHRA Amalie Oil North American Nationals and, since 2013, the NHRA New England Nationals. The dragway hosts a popular Halloween display during the second half of October.
An annual canoe race down the Lamprey River occurs on the last weekend in April, and the fire department arranges for Santa to drive through the town atop a fire engine during the winter.
Camp Hedding, the site of a United Methodist campground founded in 1862, is located in the eastern part of town. The ground now hosts an annual camp meeting for one week in August and an “olde time fair” on the first Saturday of August every year.
Epping has two annual parades, the memorial parade and the Christmas parade. The memorial parade usually includes youth sports teams, scouts, the combined middle and high school marching band, the fire department, police department, and veterans. The Christmas parade includes a few fire trucks and police cars that go around town with Santa and his elves throwing candy to kids who are outside.
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