Northland Home Inspection Service is locally owned and operated by Tana McNutt, who has experience in the real estate industry in Maine and Arizona, and co-owned and operated a building construction company for 10 years. A graduate of The Home Inspection Institute of Cincinnati, Ohio, she is certified by the institute. She is a member of the Maine Coalition of Home Inspection Professionals (MeCHIPS) and is bound by their Standards and Code of Ethics. Tana is also certified by National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI) and International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI).
Tana has served on her local Planning and Zoning Board for 13 years, and is currently serving her 21st year as a selectperson for her town. She is active with her lake association, and serves as a lake monitor for Lake Stewards of Maine, with training and guidance by the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP).
Statistics show that women make better home inspectors than men. They communicate with the clients much easier and they do much better at report writing. Additionally, women are more observant of assets and items of concern. More and more women are entering the home inspection profession, and the record shows that they are well respected and offer quality service.
"The public and the real estate community are looking for fair, competent home inspectors who practice under a strict code of ethics. With my past experiences in real estate and building construction, as well as my training as a home inspector, I feel that I am more than qualified to offer area home buyers (and sellers) the quality inspection they seek on the biggest investment they will ever make—a home."
Tana McNutt, owner