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Want to Continue Living Independently in Your Own Home?...

Get a Living in Place   Home Inspection!

What is Living in Place?

Living in Place refers to staying in your current home, but with the addition of certain home modifications that enable you to live comfortably, despite changes in your body’s capabilities.


Some home adjustments could include lowering kitchen counters, installing grab bars, increasing
hallway lighting or adding a smart doorbell.


Living in Place is a wonderful luxury that allows you to stay in familiar surroundings near friends and neighbors.

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Our Services

 
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The Living in Place Inspection

  • An evaluation of a home’s suitability for living with physical and other limitations

  • A safety assessment to make sure that the home meets current safety regulations

  • A thorough home inspection which evaluates the functionality of various components and insures that maintenance is up-to-date

  • Specific recommendations for modifications so you can continue to live comfortably and safely in your own home

  • A comprehensive written report with photographs, detailing the findings

Environmental Testing Services for Health and Safety

Do you want to breathe fresh, clean air and drink healthy water?

We test to make sure that you can.

We test for

  • Radon

  • Mold

  • Water Quality

  • Air Quality

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Seniors

Living in Place is for Seniors Too!

Why is Living in Place a Great Choice for Seniors?

  • Maintain a sense of freedom

  • Retain a high quality of life

  • Be near family and friends

  • Save money

  • Feel more empowered

  • Sustain a healthier state of mind

 

About Your Inspector

 

Owner of Hawkeye Home Inspections and Living in Place Inspections, Peter Ottowitz has been a home inspector since 2004.

 

How is Peter Qualified to Inspect Homes for People Living with Physical Limitations?

These are his qualifications:

  • Certified Living in Place Professional (CLIPP)

  • Certified Master Home Inspector (InterNACHI)

  • Massachusetts Licensed Home Inspector # 627

  • New Hampshire Licensed Home Inspector # 118

  • Connecticut Licensed Home Inspector # 573

  • Household Environmental Testing Specialist

  • Massachusetts Licensed Construction Supervisor # CS 96912

  • Radon Assessor # 103743 RT

  • Certified Level I & II Mold Assessor by Indoor Environmental Standards Organization

  • Certification in Indoor Air Quality Survey Sampling; Training included Home Sampling Parameters, Sample Media Preparation, Sample Pump Preparation, Chain of Custody, Sample Collection and Home Observations, PRISM Analytical Technologies

  • Certified Allergen Screener

  • COVID-19 Safety Guidelines for Home Inspectors Certified by InterNACHI

  • Level One Thermographer

  • New England Pest Management Association NEPMA # 13027

  • Wood Destroying Insect Registry Inspector # 13027

Education

  • American Building Sciences Academy, Barre, VT

  • Snell School of Thermography, Montpelier, VT

  • Living in Place Institute, Louisville, CO

  • MBA Amos Tuck School, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

  • MSEE Northeastern University, Boston, MA

  • BSEE Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, MA

 

Memberships

 

  • American Society of Home Inspectors

  • National Association of Certified Home Inspectors