Brian Notestein – Franchise Owner and Certified Home Inspector
Brian enjoyed a long and successful career in the tech industry and the Navy Reserve. After his initial Navy enlistment, Brian returned to school to obtain his bachelor’s degree in operations management & Information Systems. Proud of his Navy service, he enlisted in the Navy Reserve while attending school. After graduation, Brian worked as a Systems Administrator and Systems Engineer in both the corporate and DoD environments.
As a Navy Reservist, he was recalled to active duty twice when his country called. On his second deployment he was sent to serve in the Paktika province of Afghanistan from 2010 to 2011 and was the unit’s communications chief. Upon returning from his deployment, he completed his master’s degree in network communications management. After 24 years of service, he retired from the Navy Reserve in 2013.
Inspired by other family members who were self-employed, Brian obtained his first certification in home inspection and then invested in a Pillar To Post franchise; where he completed additional training and certification. Brian and his wife moved to Colorado Springs in 2012 and have enjoyed their time through exploring and hiking the mountain trails. He also enjoys music and playing guitar and bass.
Qualifications and Certifications
- Professional Real Estate Inspection Certification – Inspection Certification Associates
- Professional Home Inspection Course – Pillar To Post, American Home Inspectors Training
- Certified Residential Thermographer – Monroe Infrared
- InterNACHI Certified Professional Inspector
- ASHI Associate Inspector
- Certified Commercial Property Inspection Association
- National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) Certified: #113049-RMP
- Colorado license number: RME.0000171
- Radon Testing
- Sewer Scopes
- Mold and Air Quality Testing
- Water Testing
Professional Training: Every Pillar To Post Home Inspector is trained in the classroom and in the field. You can have confidence in the fact that all Pillar To Post inspectors are required to continually upgrade their skills and to keep current with new technologies and professional standards.