Gross Inspection Services LLC

David Gross
3580 Fiebrantz Drive Brookfield, Wisconsin License Number 3024-106
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How We Got Started

I chose to work in this industry because of 25 years of experience in home repair and remodeling has shown me the good, the bad and the ugly of construction. My passion for working on homes is a family trait. My years of working with relatives is the foundation for his wealth of knowledge. My customers trust my trained eye to find problems and provide viable solutions. They speak highly of my professionalism and integrity. Looking to buy or sell a home? Have a house problem you can’t figure out? You can count on me to be there for you! I am is a Certified Home Inspector in the State of Wisconsin and a Member in Good Standing of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI). I also have a Dwelling Contractor Qualifier Certification in the State of Wisconsin.I have a degree from Indiana University in Education with minors in Geology and Environmental Sciences..

We started in this industry in 2017.

We describe our business as Up and coming


What are people saying about Gross

''Thank you for an EXCELLENT job today. All of the information that you provided will assist in getting the home not only fixed, but also help to ensure proper maintenance and corrective actions are taken. This info will help us enjoy our new home even more.'' - Vepraskas Family

“When we had a big home purchase and knew we needed a thorough analysis and great attention to detail, Gross Inspections was the obvious choice for us. Dave goes through the property as if he were buying it for himself, is very professional and has the ability to explain things in a non-technical way. Gross Inspections is our choice when we need an inspection, and they should be yours as. 

Radon Testing

Radon gas is a hazard to you and your family’s health and the second leading cause of lung cancer. Radon exposure in homes may arise from certain subsurface rock formations, and from certain building materials (e.g., some granites). Contact Gross Inspection Services to measure the level of radon gas in your home and provide options for reducing your family’s exposure.