David Trent | Licensed Home Inspector
David Trent | Home Inspector

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“I have been a Knoxville resident my entire life. My wife, Sherron, and I have been married for 38 years and we have two married daughters and eight grandchildren who all live in the Knoxville area.”

What I like about being a home inspector:

“Buying a home is a big investment, but it doesn’t have to be a big risk. I enjoy assisting clients to have the most in-depth understanding of the condition of the home they are buying. And, to provide tips on how to maintain their new home to make sure it stays in good condition.”

Licensing and Professional Associations

The state of Tennessee requires individuals aspiring to be a home inspector pass a pre-licensing course and then pass the state licensing exam. Annual continuing education is required to maintain a license in good standing.

  • State of Tennessee Home Inspector License #1304
  • Licensed Home Inspector since 2005
  • International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI), member in good standing
  • International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants (IAC2), member in good standing
  • Licensed Plumbing Contractor for 3 years

Training and Certifications

  • Journeyman Pipefitter/Plumber for 15 years
  • TVA Facility Services for 10 years (early retirement)

David Trent Completed and Passed the Following InterNACHI Courses:

  • Log Home Inspection
  • Advanced Mold Inspection Training
  • How to Perform Mold Inspections
  • How to Inspect Manufactured and Mobile Homes
  • Advanced HVAC Training for Inspectors
  • Code of Ethics
  • How to Inspect Fireplaces, Stoves, and Chimneys
  • How to Inspect for Moisture Intrusion
  • 25 Standards Every Inspector Should Know
  • Home Inspection Standards of Practice
  • Customer Service and Communication for Inspectors
  • How to Perform Deck Inspections
  • How to Inspect HVAC Systems
  • Appliance Inspection for Home Inspectors
  • How to Inspect the Attic, Insulation, Ventilation & Interior
  • Inspecting the Means of Egress
  • How to Inspect the Exterior
  • How to Inspect Water Heater Tanks
  • Residential Plumbing Overview for Inspectors
  • Structural Issues for Home Inspectors
  • How to Perform Residential Electrical Inspections
  • How to Perform Roof Inspections
  • Ladder Safety Training
  • Safe Practices for the Home Inspector

Only home inspectors who have completed the InterNACHI training in a specified field may display these logos. David Trent has completed all the coursework required to be certified in each specialized area.

All of our home inspectors abide by the State of Tennessee’s Standards of Practice and InterNACHI’s Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice, a recognized industry standard for home inspectors worldwide. Where there is a difference in standards, we always abide by the State of Tennessee’s Standards of Practice.

Be sure to review all of the home inspection services that we provide.

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