Jarami Feith's story begins in the waning months of 1979 when a rather large stork dropped him off at his parent’s doorstep in a frosty, mountainous area of upstate New York. International acclaim followed as his arrival marked the final days of disco music.

Prior to beginning his career in home inspections, he spent the better part of a decade in the service of the flag. Jarami started out as paratrooper in the airborne Field Artillery but shifted gears shortly after, joining the ranks of the Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal technicians. As an EOD technician he has worked for the FBI, DEA, Georgia Bureau of Investigation (GBI) and extensively for the United States Secret Service (USSS). His work has taken him all over the globe, including the exotic Middle East where he was introduced to the grape leaf wrapped wonder called dolma.

Jarami has a standard family: One wife, two children and a dog. They also have two marimo moss balls. Their fish keep dying but these little moss balls are incredibly resilient. They’re from Iceland, and he treats them like pets; however, they’re just moss balls.

Jarami is a National Institute of Building Inspectors (NIBI) certified inspector and maintains a Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI) security clearance. If you’re a member of congress, foreign dignitary, royalty, marginally important, or a past, present or current president (of any nation) and thinking of moving to the coastal Georgia area – he is cleared by the Department of Defense to inspect your home.

Oh, he has successfully completed over 700 inspections and was trained by a local inspector that recently purchased 500 Quail chicks. That’s right, we said 500.