MEET Taylor Owens

Just as construction, architecture, and engineering methods have evolved over time, Comprehensive Home Inspections has evolved by transitioning ownership to Atlanta native, Taylor Owens.

Taylor is proficient at applying the principles of Building Science to the inspection process for homes and buildings of all types with his degree in Building Construction and ten years experience as project manager on major projects such as wastewater treatment plants and landfill gas power generation.

Taylor’s knowledge of construction best practices and ability to communicate provides clients with a thorough and detailed understanding of how their homes or building work, and what is happening and why it is happening when there is a problem.  

You won’t find a more competent team of inspectors in this industry.  

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By choosing Comprehensive Home Inspections you are ensuring you will receive a quality inspection and report performed by an inspector with the hightest qualifications.  Taylor’s credentials include:

  • ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors) Certified Inspector
  • GAHI (Georgia Association of Home Inspectors) Certified Inspector
  • ICC (International Code Council) Residential R5 Combination Inspector.  Passed national, building, plumbing, electrical, and mechanical code certification tests.
  • Passed National Home Inspector Exam
  • Bachelor of Science in Building Construction from Georgia Tech.

Meet Dan Curl

Dan has over 30 years of inspection experience, and conducted thousands of inspections in Metro Atlanta: residential and light-commercial construction, homes new and old, large and small, single and multi-family. He brought to his work an appreciation of Building Science, how forces of nature, occupancy and use interact with the built environment.

Dan has transitioned Comprehensive Home Inspections to Taylor after 30 plus years of attics, crawl spaces, and everything in between.   In retirement Dan is enjoying spending his time playing tennis, walking with his wife, gardening, and of course performing preventative maintenance and repairs on his own home; while still occasionally performing inspections.