Housebusters Inspectors are Certified Home Inspectors
Our inspectors are subject-matter experts in simple construction issues and highly complex litigation. We assist in resolving differences through detailed reports, and mediation of construction problems, as well as provide expert testimony when unresolved structural problems progress to a court of law. Additionally, Housebusters Inc.’s inspectors are “proctors” who provide national training that teaches individuals to become Home Inspectors and Energy Auditors throughout the United States.
Charles Roskovensky – Charles is a former General Contractor with a career that spans nearly 50 years from 1966. He has designed, constructed or renovated houses, commercial buildings, and industrial buildings. Charles has extensive knowledge of homeowner’s environmental concerns. These include mold, radon, asbestos, lead paint, phase one environmental, septic, well water bacteria testing as well as EIFS inspections. Among his many certifications, Charles is an ASHI Nationally Certified Home Inspector, a former National Trainer and Auditor with the Building Performance Institute. He is also a National Trainer for the National Association of the Home Builders.
He has also provided Energy Training for the National Home Builders Association, West Virginia Division of Energy throughout the State of West Virginia including training West Virginia Code Officials and West Virginia Home Builders. Former Training Proctor for the Building Performance Institute.
Tom Shusko – Thomas Shusko has been a registered professional engineer in the state of West Virginia for over 30 years. In addition, he has completed over 1,000 inspections as a past member of ASHI. He is also certified in mold inspections and testing and has held BPI certifications as a Building Analyst and Proctor.
Our inspectors are subject-matter experts in simple construction issues and highly complex litigation. When construction-related mediation and court cases require an inspector’s expert testimony, out detailed reports can prove invaluable
*American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI):
Is a not-for-profit organization that builds consumer awareness and enhances professionalism in the industry. ASHI’s strict code of ethics and high standards require continuing education and training of all its members. When you are considering having a home inspection performed, consider only an ASHI-Certified inspector.