Rutherford County Home Inspector
As a Rutherford County Home Inspector I service the following cities and communities; Alexander Mills, Bostic, Chimney Rock, Ellenboro, Forest City, Lake Lure, Ruth, Rutherfordton, Spindale, Harris, Caroleen, Union Mills, Mooresboro.
My name is Don Miller. The first of my 3 engineering degrees was conferred in 1971 (Penn State, mechanical) and I have been involved in the field since 1975. My BS is in Electronic Technology. I am a licensed NC Home Inspector (#2620), bonded, and insured. I am also a NC licensed General Contractor (inactive).
I use HomeGauge Inspection software which facilitates a thorough and professional inspection report. It is the industry’s best. Your report will have descriptions and photographs of functional and safety problems and will be available to you (and anyone one else you chose) for 5 years. I provide full service (radon, pest, mold, and water testing) inspections and look forward to earning your trust as your inspector. As your Rutherford County Home Inspector my goal is to exceed your expectations.
I do not make repairs, nor do I make referrals to contractors. I provide an objective, emotional-free service. My reports are easy to understand and I am available for free consultation afterward to ensure your complete satisfaction. As your Rutherford County Home Inspector, I promise your satisfaction with my work.
County government link https://www.rutherfordcountync.gov/
Current employment info (use 28139 as Zip) https://us.jobs/results.asp?si=481373947&pi=1&ri=1&so=initdate&as=lrep&al=1&zc=28139%3A25
Rutherfordton Chamber of Commerce https://www.rutherfordcoc.org/
Rutherford County Realtor MLS https://www.ncrcbor.com/
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are essentially the computer applications that allow an organization to relate all of it’s data to points, lines or areas upon the earth. Examples of GIS data include parcels, street centerlines, surface water, elevations (contours), and aerial imagery.
Rutherford County GIS https://arcgis.webgis.net/nc/Rutherford/
The county was formed in 1779 from the western part of the former Tryon County. It was named for Griffith Rutherford, leader of an expedition against the Cherokee in 1776 and a general in the American Revolutionary War.
In 1791 parts of Rutherford County and Burke County were combined to form Buncombe County. In 1841 parts of Rutherford County and Lincoln County were combined to form Cleveland County. In 1842 additional parts of Rutherford County and Burke County were combined to form McDowell County. Finally, in 1855 parts of Rutherford County and Henderson County were combined to form Polk County.