Advance Home Inspection
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Baltimore County Home Inspection Information

Advance Home Inspection, LLC is a multi-home inspection firm with same day, next day, and weekend services serving Baltimore County and surrounding areas.

The Inspectors:

  • We are active InterNACHI (InterNational Association of Certified Home Inspectors) and must complete a minimum 24 hours of continuing education per calendar year. Adhere to the "Standards of Practice", abide by its "Code of Ethics".
  • Have completed Certified Training for "Level One Thermography"
  • Have completed Certified Training with BPI
  • All of our home inspectors continue to educate themselves about the ever changing world of Home Inspecting, Home Building, the Green Effort and more...
Each of our Inspectors are educated, certified, and insured to meet and/or exceed the State of Maryland law.

Because we are a professional Baltimore home inspection company, our inspectors are familiar with a wide variety of situations and employ the latest technology and tools. We have the training, expertise, experience, and tools to find and report issues that, if not corrected in time, may lead to expensive repairs.

By using Advanced Home Inspection, LLC, you benefit from experienced, trained, and certified inspectors that deliver reports that meet or exceed national standards. As a company and inspectors, we encourage your presence during your Baltimore County home inspection. By being present at the home inspection our professional inspector can familiarize you with the home and explain things to you as they move through the house.

Call Advanced Home Inspection today at (410) 297-7000 or E-mail us at bryant@mdahi.com for your custom home inspection quote. You can also click on this link to book your Baltimore County home inspection online!

Links to Resources in Baltimore County, Maryland:

Baltimore County Government - http://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/
Baltimore County Public Schoosl - http://www.bcps.org/

Information about Baltimore County, Maryland (from Wikipedia.org):

Baltimore County is a county located in the northern part of the US state of Maryland. In 2010, its population was 805,029. It is part of the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area. Its county seat is Towson. The name of the county was derived from the barony of the Proprietor of the Maryland colony, Cæcilius Calvert, 2nd Baron Baltimore, in County Longford, Ireland. Baltimore County does not actually include the city of Baltimore, which left the county to become an independent city in 1851.

The northern regions of Baltimore County are primarily rural, featuring a "Piedmont Plateau" landscape of rolling hills and deciduous forests. The southern and south-central regions of the county lie on the Atlantic coastal plain are primarily suburban in character.

Among the county's major employers are the Social Security Administration, which has its national headquarters in Woodlawn, and Black & Decker in Towson.[1] During World War II, the Glenn L. Martin Company in Middle River had 53,000 employees manufacturing airplanes for the war effort and Bethlehem Steel had more than 30,000 workers at its sprawling Sparrows Point steel mill.[2] Of the 41,100 persons in the county's workforce as of 2009, 25% are employed in the fields of education, health, and human services, and 10% in retailing, with less than 1% in agriculture.[2]

The origin of Baltimore County is not known; the earliest known record of the county politically is January 12, 1659, when a writ was issued to its sheriff. Previously, Baltimore County was more known as a geographical entity than a political one, with its territorial limits consisting of the present day Baltimore City, Cecil and Harford Counties, as well as parts of Carroll, Anne Arundel, Frederick, Howard and Kent Counties.

In 1674, a portion of Baltimore County, as well as a portion of Kent County, was split off to form Cecil County. In 1748, a portion of Baltimore County, as well as a portion of Prince George's County, was split off to form Frederick County. In 1773, Harford County was split off from Baltimore County. In 1837, a part of Baltimore County was combined with a part of Frederick County to form Carroll County. The separation of Baltimore County from Baltimore City occurred on July 4, 1851.[3] Towson was voted as the county seat on February 13, 1854.[3]

The county has a number of properties on the National Register of Historic Places.[4]

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