Board Certified Home Inspector
Nick Boekenoogen is the owner of Liberty Inspections, Inc. and a Board-Certified Master Inspector with 14 years of experience in the industry. He leads his knowledgeable team of inspectors with integrity and professionalism, always making sure that the client comes first. Over the years, he has completed more than 8,000 residential and commercial inspections with his team and helped buyers save money and make wise purchasing decisions. His dedication to both his team and his clients truly sets Nick’s business apart from the rest and makes Liberty Inspections the ideal business for property buyers.
Member of InterNACHI® and ASHI
As an InterNACHI® Certified Master Inspector (CMI) and a full member of ASHI, Nick stays current with industry standards and maintains his education through both reputable associations. Each holds its own merit and requires members to continue self-educating throughout their careers. With all of these resources at his fingertips, Nick confidently leads his inspection team and is always available to answer colleague and client questions.
More of Nick’s Credentials
- Board Certified Master Inspector
- Full Member of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI)
- Registered with the Arizona Board of Technical Registration #42489
- Licensed Commercial and Residential General Contractor
- Registrar of Contractors #236711/238874
- International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI®) Certified Master Inspector (CMI)
- Bonded and Insured
of Construction and Homebuilding Experience
Nick’s interest in homes and how they work surfaced well before he decided to become a certified home inspector. His background includes over 30 years of experience in the construction and homebuilding industries. Licensed as both a commercial and residential contractor, Nick understands buildings from the inside out and is more than pleased to share what he knows with his clients during his time with them. He is more than qualified to offer property buyers detailed information about each system in a building and to recommend what action to take moving forward.