Christopher S. Boyce is the owner of a Pillar To Post franchise covering King and the surrounding counties of Snohomish, Kitsap, Pierce. Christopher is a trained home inspector, a biologist, and an independent business owner operator. He is a graduate of Pillar To Post® Home Inspector training program (2019) in Home Inspection Fundamentals and a graduate Pillar To Post Franchise Partner. He holds a B. Sc. degree in Biology, a minor in Chemistry, and has twenty-one years of analytical laboratory R&D experience in developing spectrum and cell analyses tools for industry. He is mentored by experienced building science engineers and home inspectors from Pillar To Post, and two local experienced WA state licensed senior inspectors who have a combined experience of 36 years in home inspection. His education and experience combine home inspection with past experience in investigative research, performance checks, protocol execution, biological screening, and report writing. His interest comes naturally from serial home ownership and the desire to provide a tangible, and valuable community service for home buyers or sellers.

Christopher strives to bring professional consultancy to all clients by providing a checklist diagnosis report of observations, conditions, recommendations, and findings with accuracy and precision, while educating clients about the home clearly and without alarm.

  • Offering home inspections 7 days a week
  • ASHI Background Verified Inspector
  • Licensed, Insured, Bonded
  • WA State Home Inspectors License (#2488)
  • WSDA Licensed Complete Structural Pest Inspector for Wood Destroying Organisms (WDO) (#99487)
  • NRPP Certified Radon Residential Measurement Provider (#111328 RT)
  • Certified Hayman Engineering Inspector
  • Pillar To Post Certified Home Inspector
  • An associate member of American Society of Home Inspectors.

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.