Greg Kemp, gregkemp (Kemp Home Inspections, LLC) Home Inspector



Greg Kemp
location_on Germantown, MD — Kemp Home Inspections, LLC
Get to Know Greg Kemp

Greg Kemp, PE, is founder and owner of Kemp Home Inspections, LLC. He received his Bachelor of Science in Engineering from Florida Institute of Technology in 1993 and has spent more than 15 years in the field of civil engineering with an emphasis on structural inspections. He has inspected more than a thousand structures. In addition, Greg has managed commercial and residential rental properties since 1997.

Greg decided to combine his engineering and inspection experience with his real estate knowledge by forming Kemp Home Inspections, LLC, dedicated to top-notch home and commercial property inspections. Greg is trying to revolutionize the Home Inspection industry by offering engineering-quality inspections at standard industry prices.  

In addition to being a licensed civil engineer, Greg holds the AHIT Master Home Inspection Certifcate, has passed the National Home Inspector Examination, and holds certifications for Mold, Radon, and Wood-destroying Organisms inspections.  


Greg Kemp, PE

Licensed Home Inspector (MD#31496)

Licensed Civil Engineer (PE) (MD#200498)

15 years of structural inspection experience

1000s of structures inspected

15 yrs managing residential & commercial properties

AHIT Master Home Inspector

Certifications in Mold, Radon, Termite and More!

Professional and Courteous

Competitive Prices



Why a Licensed Civil Engineer?

A civil engineer has specialized training related to your home, from the foundation to the roof, from the soils to the plumbing. A licensed engineer combines training with extensive experience, and has passed a rigorous exam earning the letters “PE”, or Professional Engineer after their name. There is simply no one with better qualified to inspect your home. By law, only a licensed engineer can use the term "Engineer" in business.

Why Kemp Home Inspections?

Any home inspection done in accordance with the major home inspection standards (NAHI,ASHINACHI) requires a structural inspection as part of the standard home inspection. What does this mean? Well, it means your inspector will look for signs of structural problems: cracks in the foundation, damage to floor joists, cracks in the slab, broken or damaged roof trusses and roof rafters, or problems with the framing. If an inspector identifies problem with any of these, they will usually recommend a structural engineer to assess the situation.

But that doesn’t help you much. Because you want to know if the house is okay to buy.

That’s where Kemp Home Inspections can help. We ARE the structural experts who get called in to make the difficult assessment.

Home inspectors come from many backgrounds and levels of education. Some inspectors come from the handyman industry, others might be carpenters, you might find a former cab driver turned inspector or even accountant. In some states there is no educational requirement for a home inspector, such as Virginia or DC. In Maryland a high school diploma is required.

At Kemp Home Inspections you get a licensed Engineer. An engineer with 15 years of experience and broad real estate knowledge. I have experience in all phases of building construction: design, construction, inspection, and repairs.  

Kemp Home Inspections.

Engineer.  Inspector.

It's your home.

Kemp Home Inspections, LLC



Home Inspections by a Licensed Civil Engineer. Home Inspections, Structural Engineering Inspections, Foundation Inspections, Radon Testing, Mold Inspections, Termite Inspections, and More.