Home Inspections

CT HI Lic 842
RI HI Lic 44267

Each one of us possesses unique gifts and talents, and discovering them can be a meaningful pursuit in life. A guiding principle could be to uncover our strengths and hone them to excellence. It was during my experience observing a seasoned home inspector that I realized my own potential. I knew I could excel in this field while also finding immense enjoyment in helping people gain valuable insights. By providing valuable information, I am able to offer peace of mind, particularly with the critical investment of a home.

My approach is not limited to being just a home inspector, but rather, I aim to collaborate with my clients as a consultant. I encourage you to be present during the inspection, asking questions as we go along. This interactive dialogue allows me to explain my findings in real time, addressing any concerns you may have on the spot. Your presence is vital to my process, and it makes it easier for me to guide you through the inspection report with clarity and understanding, so that you never feel overwhelmed.

With over two decades of experience in property maintenance, I have always maintained a high standard for my work. Whether I am making repairs or overseeing major renovations, I ask myself a critical question – “Would I let my family live here?” This rigorous approach ensures that every inspection is thorough, and that my clients receive the most comprehensive and insightful report possible. Above all, I strive to approach my work with a deep sense of satisfaction, always reminding myself to “do it well and enjoy it too.”

– Bryan


– Foundation
– Roof
– Structural Components
– Attic, Ventilation & Insulation
– Exterior Cladding
– Driveway
– Attached Garage
– Porch
– Basement/Crawlspace

– Electrical System
– Plumbing System
– Fireplace
– Chimney
– HVAC System
– Interior, including:
– Ceilings, Floors/Walls
– Windows/Glazing
– Doors


Once the inspection is complete, we take all our findings and compile them into a comprehensive report that is designed to be easy to read and understand. Our report includes detailed descriptions of all issues we have discovered, along with high-resolution photos to illustrate them. We make sure to deliver your report via email within 24-48 hours, so you can quickly review and take necessary actions. Our commitment to customer service goes beyond the delivery of the report; we will not rest until you fully understand every detail contained in it. We don’t quit until you understand everything in that report.


Investing in a home is likely the most significant financial decision you will ever make, which is why it is crucial to have a clear understanding of the condition of your investment. At AerialScope, we provide a thorough inspection that meets your expectations and delivers a report you can rely on to make an informed, confident decision. As a Certified Professional Inspector® trained by InterNACHI®, Bryan possesses the expertise to detect issues with materials, installation, and workmanship that other inspectors might overlook. Our inspections adhere to a comprehensive Standards of Practice, which guarantees that you receive a thorough and precise evaluation of your home. Moreover, we follow a strict Code of Ethics that prioritizes your interests and safeguards your rights as a consumer.

We understand firsthand how stressful it can be to purchase a home. Whether you are buying, building, selling your current home, or purchasing an investment property, AerialScope can give you peace of mind, ensuring that you make the right choice for you and your family’s future.

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Thermal Imaging

Thermography is a powerful tool used to identify and measure infrared radiation emitted by objects. In home inspections, we can use thermal imaging technology to detect hidden issues that may not be visible to the naked eye. For example, we can identify areas of moisture intrusion, electrical hotspots, and air leaks, which can lead to more severe problems if left unaddressed. By detecting these issues early, we can save you time and money in the long run by preventing costly repairs. While thermal imaging is not a substitute for a thorough home inspection, it can be a valuable addition to your inspection process.

*The above window has failed due to the seal failing. At this stage, this condition cannot be seen with the naked eye

*The active water leak above was confirmed with a moisture meter

*The thermal imaging showed a gap in insulation which was confirmed by inspecting the attic



Service Area For Home Inspections


Rhode Island