Countryside Home Inspections, LLC 

Hello. My name is Rick Roseberry and I am the owner of Countryside Home Inspections, LLC.   

I have been in business since 2001 and we have been doing quality home inspections throughout the state of Georgia. I have always been a member of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). Founded in 1976 ASHI is the oldest and most respected non-profit, professional organization of home inspectors in North America.

ASHI is also the only home inspection agency that is accredited by the National Commission of Certifying Agencies. No other inspection agency has met this level of scrutiny. 

Now About Me:

  • I am a ASHI Certified Inspector (ACI) in good standing with the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). Member # 243495
  • I have passed the National Home Inspector Examination.
  • I have passed ASHI's Standards and Ethics Examination.
  • I have passed ASHI's Professional Home Inspector Course.
  • I am a Certified Residential Building Inspector ICC # 5239321-B1
  • I follow ASHI's Standard of Practice.
  • I fulfill 20 hours of membership renewal credits per year.
  • I abide by ASHI's Code of Ethics.
  • I have a Supra Lockbox Key.
  • I use computer generated reports with digital photos that are easy to read and understand.

We can handle all of your inspection needs without any worry and hassle. We use professional home inspection software and the report is completed in my office and not on the road between inspections. The report is a narrative format complete with digital photos, and not a quick check off style report. We take pride in getting your inspection report to you the same day of the inspection. We realize you are on time constraints which is typically 10 days. 

Most importantly we establish a friendship and a bond with our clients. Our clients can contact our office at any time. We want to answer any questions or concerns you might have about your inspection. That's why the majority of our business comes from referrals.   

"At Countryside No Inspection Is too Far"