An Investigative, Experienced, and Friendly Home Inspector
New Ground Home Inspections is owned and operated by home inspector and Jacksonville native Chris Haga. Chris has been performing home inspections for the greater part of a decade and has completed over 1,000 inspections for the clients he has come to see as family.
His investigative nature led him to be interested in home building, repair, and maintenance throughout his life, and his love for working with and genuinely helping people made him a perfect fit for the home inspection industry. He loves the work he does and goes above and beyond to ease his clients’ minds as they embark on a fresh start in life with their new homes.
In his spare time, Chris enjoys going to the beach, vacationing with his wife and son, riding motorcycles, and exploring historical Florida.
Chris Haga’s Credentials
Certified Master Inspector
- Florida Home Inspector License #HI8757
- EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) Universal Certification for HVAC
- FAA (Federal Aviation Administration) Remote Pilot License
- InterNACHI (International Association of Certified Home Inspectors) Member
- InterNACHI CPI (Certified Professional Inspector)
- InterNACHI CMI (Certified Master Inspector)
Experienced in Nearly All Aspects of
Construction and Home Repair
Chris has extensive experience in home building and repair. With his father, he built a custom home from the ground up that his father still lives in to this day. He also regularly maintains, repairs, and upgrades his own home. He is knowledgeable and experienced in the following areas of construction:
Chris grew up around the HVAC industry, and he worked in this field for several years as his first job. He moved on to work for a window company, hanging windows on the exterior of the 16-story CSX building in downtown Jacksonville.
Chris has also worked as a maintenance supervisor for a 200-unit apartment complex and even owned his own repair/handyman business for several years, working closely with real estate agents to complete repairs after home inspections. After Hurricane Katrina, he volunteered for a year in New Orleans through United States Environmental Services, helping to provide cleanup and repair.