Home Inspector Background / Qualifications:

Evan Robitaille Licensed home Inspector
Evan Robitaille
Licensed NH Home Inspector # 405.
Licensed MA Home Inspector # 801.

Thousands Of Inspections Completed.

Apprenticed With Top Home Inspector (his dad in 2013).

Passed National Home Inspector Exam (2014).

American Society Of Home Inspectors Educational Courses:

Pest Control Matters Seminar.

Plumbing Educational Conference.

Overhead Garage Door Openers Class.

Building Code Educational Conference.

Chimney Issues Educational Conference.

MA Standards Of Practice & Ethics Seminar.

(IR) Camera Use For Home Inspectors Seminar.

Specialty Heating & Structural Defects Seminar.

MA Standards Of Practice Educational Conference.

Field-Applied Polyurethane Foam Systems Seminar.

Chimneys, Fireplaces & Hearth Applications Seminar.

MA Code Of Ethics, Future Of Home Construction Seminar.

Structural, Standards Of Practice & MA Code Of Ethics Conference.

Heating & Air Conditioning & NH Revisions to Building Regulations Seminar.

Preventing & Remediating Structural Insulated Panel Installation Problems Seminar.

New England Pest Management Association Wood Destroying Insect Inspection 2 Day Program.

20 Educational Credits Bi-Yearly For NH Home Inspector License.

12 Educational Credits Bi-Yearly For MA Home Inspector License.

Home Inspections By Dennis Robitaille
Dennis Robitaille, Retired

Founder Of Able Home Inspection (1983).

Past Expert Witness For MA State Licensing Board.

Past Member Laconia, NH Building Code Of Appeals.

Past Member Laconia, NH Zoning Board Of Adjustment.

Past Member Building Committee Town Of Saugus, MA.

Past Member American Society Of Home Inspectors (ASHI).

Past Member Board Of Directors ASHI New England Chapter.

Instrumental In MA Home Inspector Licensing Law Enactment.

Letter From Attorney Daniel J. Veerman

My name is Daniel J. Veerman and I’ve been an attorney in Massachusetts since 1992. I’m currently practicing with a firm whose main focus is residential and commercial real estate, representing lenders, sellers and purchasers of properties throughout eastern MA.

My initial experience with Dennis Robitaille was when I purchased my first home many years ago. I resisted the initial impulse to “go cheap” with one of the checklist home inspection factories so favored by the real estate broker profession. Dennis was recommended by another attorney who insisted I use his home inspection service.

This singular decision has saved me literally thousands of dollars over the years and my professional association with Dennis has directly benefited countless numbers of friends, family and clientele.

An example of the faith I have in Dennis is the fact we engaged his services numerous times over the years. His keen attention to detail and thorough evaluation of each of these properties not only prevented us from buying into a number of serious headaches but directly resulted in finding our dream home.

It is extremely comforting to know my home inspector works only for me and has no interest in cementing a deal or glossing over a problem with a home in order to keep the broker who refers him business happy.

Dennis has also assisted my family and clients by identifying troublesome issues with a property which become the subject of negotiation with the sellers, saving thousands of dollars. His detailed narrative reports are so useful, most of my clients tell me they use them as a reference tool for years after they purchase their home.

In sum, I am extremely fortunate to know Dennis. Being present at his inspections is a learning experience in itself, and alone is worth his fee. For years I have referred everyone looking for a professional licensed home inspector to him. It is particularly telling that not only have I never heard a complaint, every single person has contacted me afterwards to rave about his service. I recommend Able Home Inspection wholeheartedly without any reservation.

Daniel J. Veerman, Esquire