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Capodice Inspection Services is proud to offer residential home inspections, commercial inspections, radon testing, seller inspections, structural inspections and many other inspection services to the greater McLean County. This includes Bloomington, Normal, Heyworth, Hudson, Downs, Towanda, Lexington, LeRoy, Danvers, Atlanta, El Paso, Carlock and several other communities.

ABOUT US

About Capodice Inspection Services

John is proud to be a lifelong resident of Bloomington, where his family has been serving the area since 1919. As a third-generation business owner, John knows what it takes to provide quality service.

John obtained his inspection license in 2005 and has performed well over 3,000 inspections. John services McLean County and surrounding areas. What sets John apart from other local inspectors is that John has over 40 years of hands on construction experience including construction job site management, routine property maintenance, home remodels / additions and new construction. This extensive experience cannot be taught in a classroom and is invaluable when it comes to evaluating beyond-the-book defects.

John is also infrared camera certified and uses his infrared camera on most inspections. 

 

John married his wife Theresa in 1983. They have 3 children and 3 grandchildren. You will most likely find John working, but in his free time, John enjoys “Sunday on the Farm” and playing the drums.

John is available by phone or text 7 days a week, so please feel free to contact John anytime.

Certified Inspector

John is a certified ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors) Inspector and has attended many of their national conferences.

 

ASHI Certified Inspectors have:

  • Passed the National Home Inspector Examination and ASHI's Standard of Practice and Code of Ethics module.

  • Had inspection reports successfully verified for compliance with ASHI's Standard of Practice.

  • Have submitted a valid list of performance of at least 250 fee-paid home inspections that meet or exceed the ASHI Standard of Practice.

  • Have returned an authorized notarized affidavit to ASHI validating at least 250 inspections. 

  • Must agree to follow the ASHI Standard of Practice and Code of Ethics.

  • Each year, the inspector is required to complete 20 hours of continuing education.