At  Ashburn Inspections, we are a local family owned ASHI Certified home inspection business.  We take pride in helping all people who are buying or selling homes in our area.  We inspect each home individually, unlike some that do the basic minimum to comply with ASHI Standards of Practice, we often exceed the ASHI standards in many areas on all homes to better assist you in the process of buying your home.

Michael J. Ashburn is a National ASHI CoR (Council of Representatives) member which allows him to be part of the home inspector society and communicate the needs of its members on a  national level  and is also a 4 - term past President of PRO-ASHI.  Michael is presently the educational Coordinator  HCI-R / HAAG Certified Residential Roofing Inspector #201504301.  This designation allows for greater experience in roofing inspections and the ability to work with insurance companies for roof damages




who we are

Michael focuses on educating you as the client about the building items and the building science of your home as a consultant.  We generate the entire report, not an office assistant.   We will customize our work to your specific home inspection.  We exceed the ASHI Standards of Practice, in many areas, that most others and franchise businesses use to perform simple inspections. We work for you and assist in the process of buying or selling your home.

Infrared thermal scanning is used in areas of the home where issues may be suspected.  This technology helps to see beyond a typical visual inspection that may help identify; small roof leaks, plumbing leaks, missing insulation,overheated electrical, and much more.

What is expert testimony? Expert testimony is when our company or a representative from our company is hired to provide an expert opinion in court or for a court case. The inspectors in our company are so well versed in the inspection field we may often be called upon to assist in a case that may go to court to resolve a dispute. Our inspectors are trained to give factual information based on what was accessible at the time of our inspection.