Our Mission

We will protect our client’s investment by performing to the highest Industry standards and customer service.

Our Values

We will treat each client’s home as our very own and commit to serve with uncompromising integrity that every client deserves.

Our Vision

To set the standard as a leader and innovator in the Northeast Georgia home inspection Industry.

About Anchor-Safe Home Inspections, LLC

Dino Favara Sr. is the President and owner of Anchor-Safe Home Inspections, LLC. In 2000, he retired after serving 24 years as a U.S. Navy Deep Sea Diver, Surface Warfare and Master Training Specialist (That explains the Deep Sea Diver in our Logo!). He received 6 Good Conduct Medals, 3 Navy Achievement Medals, 3 Commendation Medals (One of them for saving the life of a child).
Dino started his second career in residential construction and soon found himself directing all customer service and home warranty efforts for two national home builders. He has over 19 years of residential construction and building science experience and is passionate about serving and educating his clients during the home inspection process.
While on active duty, he completed his undergraduate degree in Education from Valdosta State University and received his MBA from Brenau University in 2002.
He is a “Nationally Certified Home Inspector”, a member of both ASHI & GAHI. Also, Nationally Certified to teach and measure Radon Activity Levels in your home.
Dino is committed to serving his customers and ensuring they have a great home buying experience. He has been married to his beautiful wife Judy for over 30 years and blessed with 3 wonderful kids.

Get to know your Home Inspector

We are a privately-held independent home inspection company located in Maysville, Georgia. We are a Christian-dedicated, family-oriented company devoted to treating others as well as we would have others treat us. All inspections are performed by David Williams, who has an extensive background in residential and light commercial construction; in real estate sales and appraisal; and as an electrical and HVAC service technician and installer. David uses HomeGauge mobile Inspection Report software to collate and deliver next-day inspection reports to customers and he uses Flir thermal imaging and moisture detection equipment to detect water leaks and insulation inefficiencies. He also uses TIF combustible gas leak detection equipment, as well as Klein electrical testers to detect electrical anomalies.

David grew up around home and apartment construction, working with his father during the summers starting at the age of 11. David has been performing home inspections since 1989 when he was primarily a state-certified residential and commercial Real Estate Appraiser in the state of Georgia. He has owned small handyman/home and business repair service companies in DeKalb and Fulton County in the 1980s and in Walton County and Gwinnett County during the 2005-2020 period. He is now accredited as a Certified Professional Inspector (#18092410) by InterNACHI, the world’s largest Home Inspector certification authority. David has gained certifications from the Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association to perform inspections on commercial buildings, as well as attaining the designation of FAA-licensed UAV (drone) pilot, in order to perform aerial inspections of roofs, land, towers, and other larger structures.

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NACHI'S BUYBACK PROGRAM

A few years ago, NACHI’s founder and chief bottle-washer Nick Gromicko came up with the brilliant idea of offering to buy back homes from anyone who felt that they had been short-changed by one of NACHI’s home inspectors during the home inspection process. Mr. Gromicko still gets a lot of derision and name-calling for his Home Buyback Program from within the organization- but fundamentally the idea has been wildly successful. There have been very few home buybacks because NACHI inspectors are driven to report every material defect that should be reported.

Simply put: If one of NACHI’s home inspectors misses any material defect that he or she should have included in the report, and the homebuyer discovers the defect within 90 days after the home’s closing, NACHI will purchase the home at the SAME PRICE THE BUYER PAID FOR THE HOME.

There are certain stipulations, including that the home had to be listed for sale by a real estate agent; and the home had to be registered in the Home Buyback Program by the NACHI home inspector within 30 days after the date of inspection.