About Barry Adair
I continue to meet the highest professional and educational requirements available through many years of on-site experience, continuing education, field-testing, and an exhaustive membership review process.
I will always demonstrate the highest professional expertise and integrity with all of my clients. I am not allowed to actively engage in real estate sales or to have a financial interest in the sale or maintenance of any property that I inspect.
In order to assure the avoidance of any potential conflicts of interest I will not affiliate or connect my company or myself with any real estate companies or realtors, please see our Vendor List for your specific needs of other professionals.
Credentials, Certifications, and Associations
- TREC (Texas Real Estate Commission) Professional Inspector License #4563
- EDI (Exterior Design Institute) EIFS MA-TX #39 (Specialized in EIFS Inspection)
- One of few Certified EIFS Third Party Inspector and Moisture Analyst in Texas
- Texas Infrared Thermography Level I (Specialized Inspection)
- NACBI (National Association of Commercial Building Inspectors & Thermographers) Member ID 12011-14TX
- TDI (Texas Department of Insurance) Residential Property Inspector #1130204761
- PaRR Certified Inspector #14195 Partnership for Response and Recovery
- Affiliate Member: Arlington Board of Realtors®
- Supra eKEY™ Accessibility for client convenience
- Moisture Intrusion Investigation (Specialized Inspection)
- Continuing Education Exceeds annual TREC required 16 Hours and NACHI 24 Hours
- Taking a Rational, Educated approach to the inspection process and the Science of Building in the 21st century
Licensing of home inspectors only sets a minimum standard. Much like being up to code, any less would be illegal.