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Since 2004, Mo has helped over 7,200 families purchase their new home.
Mo Ghazi (PhD) is an International Code Council (ICC) certified inspector (#5240508) and ASHI candidate (#246715). He has completed Georgia Association of Home Inspector (GAHI) 6 week-long Home Inspection class as well as GAHI 120 hours-long ICC code class. He has completed over 7200 inspections including inspections of older homes (as old as 150 years old!). He is also certified STUCCO inspector by Moisture Warranty Corporation (MWC # 1437).
Prior to joining had five years experience performing home inspections privately, waterproofing and writing estimates. Mo’s PhD is in geology, he also holds master degree in Geochemistry and a BS in chemistry. He has extensive laboratory and teaching experience including in environmental forensics (e.g., indoor air quality, lead, asbestos and radon). He is an associate editor of Journal of Environmental Forensic and author of a number peer reviewed geological and environmental journal articles and book chapters including a chapter in Environmental Forensics Contaminants Specific Guide entitled “Lead” and a chapter in Introduction to Environmental Forensics 2nd Edition, entitled “Applications of Laser Ablation ICPMS in Environmental Forensic.”
Mo always does such a thorough job. I love his professionalism and kindness. He always takes such care of my clients and is the best inspector I have ever had.
Mo is an excellent inspector. Highly knowledgeable on all area of a home. Explain challenges to customer in basic terms so they understand.
Mo Ghazi is one of the best in the industry. Very professional, pleasant to work with, explains everything in an understanding matter, and have a superior knowledge base.
Mo is an amazing inspector. Mo always take his time to thoroughly explain everything to the client. High level of knowledge.
The inspector Mo was awesome. He was extremely thorough inside and out. He explained his findings in detail and even started the inspection early.