top of page
Faint Glow


Alliance Inspections, Inc.
Business Goal

My goal is to deliver a property inspection service of the highest quality possible to our valued clients.  Alliance Inspections will do this as a result of the owner’s years of engineering and inspection experience obtained from being a licensed engineer with a civil engineering background.  His commitment to a solid professional work ethic, continuing education, and client satisfaction will deliver exceptional competency, value, and satisfaction to our current and future clients.

The Path to Your Success is My

"Experience, Education

             and Technology"

drone image -home-inspection.jpg

The Value of My Service is a



open image foradditionallayer info.jpg

My Satisfaction is

"Your Best
Property Transaction!"

Business Insight
FrntBusCard P3.jpg

Leon Jaworowski, PE, LEED, AP
Owner of Alliance Inspections, Inc.

My Promise to You

My Promise to You

Choosing the right home inspector can be difficult.  Unlike most professionals you hire, you probably won’t meet me until our appointment.  Furthermore, different inspectors have varying qualifications, equipment, experience, reporting methods, and pricing.


Ultimately, a thorough property inspection depends heavily on the individual inspector’s own effort.  If you honor me by permitting me to inspect your new home, I guarantee that I will give you my very best effort to deliver competency, value, and satisfaction.


Look around on my site and see what my business is all about!


“ Remember….  My passion is …..

          Your best real estate transaction ! “

Faded Shapes

“Bottom line:


When you're about to make the biggest purchase of your life,

make sure you hire a Certified Master Inspector®”




Certified Master Inspectors (CMIs)® are the best inspectors in the world. 

CMI is a professional designation available to all qualifying inspectors who wish to become

Board-Certified by the Master Inspector Certification Board.

All CMIs are experienced, dedicated to education, and

have a proven record in the inspection industry.

Every Certified Master Inspector® is…


All CMIs have completed at least 1,000 fee-paid inspections and/or hours of training and education combined.


All CMIs have been in the inspection business for at least three years prior to becoming Board-Certified.


All CMIs abide by the inspection industry's toughest Code of Ethics.


All CMIs have completed professional education prior to being approved.


All CMIs have agreed to submit to periodic criminal background checks.

The Best.

Not everyone can become a Certified Master Inspector®.

Hiring a CMI means hiring the best !

Certified Master Inspector
My Qualifications
Faded Shapes

"I am a Certified Master Inspector.

Anyone else inspecting your property is just looking around!"

I am :

  • a Professional Engineer licensed in the State of New York

  •  a licensed Home Inspector in New York State

  •  a Certified Master Inspector (CMI )                                                                  "I have completed over 1000 home inspections !"

  •  a Certified Professional Inspector  (CPI)

  • a member of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI member since 2008)

  • I abide by the Code of Ethics of both New York State and InterNACHI

  •  I follow the Standards of Practice (SOP) of both New York State and InterNACHI

  •  I fulfill 24 hours of Continuing Education and inspection related training every bi-annual license renewal period in New York State.

  • a Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design, Associate Professional (LEED, AP)

  • a life long member of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE


  • I own and use state-of-the-art inspection equipment including a gas leak detector, infrared camera, moisture meters, and electronic reporting software.

  •  I am available on weekends and evenings.

  •  I only schedule two inspections per day, maximum.

  •  Your easy-to-read report containing digital pictures will be emailed to you within 36 hours.

Learn More


"Done Once, Done Right"

Alliance Inspections, Inc. brings years of experience to bear in residential and light commercial building inspections on Long Island.  Our client base includes properties from Queens, Brooklyn, Nassau, and Suffolk Counties.  

I only schedule a maximum of two inspections a day.  This guarantees that I will spend a minimum of 3 – 4 hours at your property site!  Certainly enough time to get all your questions answered as the inspection proceeds!

Home Inspection Services
Faded Shapes

Buyer's Home Inspection

My "Typical Comprehensive"


This Service is more comprehensive than a general home inspection and includes a termite inspection (“required by all banks”), the use of an infrared camera to identify moisture intrusion areas, and a separate Home Energy Report using the U.S. Department of Energy- Berkley Lab software and your home’s inspection data! 

What is a general home inspection ? 

What is a Home Energy Report


My fee for this service depends upon the size area of the home and the elements contained in its “footprint” (i.e., no. of floors, no. of bedrooms, no. of kitchens, no. of main electrical panels, etc.).  

The fee also includes a free book titled "How to Operate Your Home"!

I deliver your electronic report with color photos to you within 36 hours after completion of my inspection!

Call for a free inspection estimate! 631-241-4038 (8:00 AM to 9:00 PM)

Seller's Home Inspection

My "Move-In Ready"

This Service involves a “Smart Home Seller”.  This “Smart Seller” hires me to inspect the home the same way as my Comprehensive Buyer’s Inspection.  The Seller can then confirm from this “pre-inspection” that there are no major systems in need of immediate repair or replacement and no known safety hazards (Obviously, only if this is the case!).  Alternately, this same “Smart Seller” can say that the home has been “pre-inspected” and priced to reflect the need for required repairs to defects identified in the report that I prepare. 


Just like my Comprehensive Buyer’s Inspection, my fee for this service depends upon the size of the home and the elements contained in its “footprint” (i.e., no. of floors, no. of bedrooms, no. of kitchens, no. of main electrical panels, etc.). 

The electronic report with color photos will be delivered within 36 hours after my inspection. 

The fee includes a free book titled "How to Operate Your Home"! 

Call for a free inspection estimate! 631-241-4038 (8:00 AM to 9:00 PM)

Other Alliance Inspection, Inc. Services

My “Additional Services Bag”

The other services offered by Alliance Inspections, Inc. include the “11th Month Warranty Inspection”,

“Wind Mitigation Inspection”, “The Rental Inspection”,

the “4 Point Inspection” and the “Pre-Closing Inspection”.


The 11Th Month Warranty inspection is for home owners living in a newly constructed home residence.  The service is specifically geared to do a “condition survey” of the house components and appliances to see if these attributes have defects that need correction by the homebuilder under provisions of the warranty.


The “Wind Mitigation Inspection” involves assessments of building components (roof, attic structural connections, wall components, windows, doors, and trim) and their relationship to resisting the effects of damaging high wind conditions.  This usually involves filling out insurance company forms.  In New York State, these forms must be completed by a Licensed Professional Engineer, like me.


The “Rental Inspection” involves an assessment of a residence building that will be renter occupied.  This usually involves filling out forms from the governing building agency after a visual inspection of the premises.  This service is handled just like a regular “sellers” inspection.   In New York State, these forms must be completed by a

Licensed Professional Engineer, like me.


The “4 Point Inspection” service can be provided to a Real Estate business to evaluate whether a home or commercial property is worth adding to its list of units for sale. The service is also typically performed for a homeowner when requested by their insurance company to obtain a new insurance policy or renewing an existing policy.  A 4 Point Inspection is far less in scope than a standard “buyers” home inspection. The 4 Point Inspection is a limited, visual survey of the heating/air conditioning, roof, electrical and plumbing systems.  


Finally, the “Pre-Closing Inspection” involves evaluating  the interior and exterior features of a residence to see if they are in “working order”.  In addition, the inspection will focus on whether noted defects from a previous home inspection (performed by Alliance Inspections, Inc. or other firm) have been sufficiently addressed by the seller.

Call for a free inspection estimate on any of these Services or any other property site investigation that you need!

631-241-4038 (8:00 AM to 9:00 PM)

Building Inspection

My "Business Friendly"

This Service is for the “Savvy Business Person” wanting to invest in commercial real estate either as a landlord renting strip mall space, a potential renter in a strip mall space or an investor collecting valuable strip malls.   To keep the service simple, I limit my services to those properties containing a building or group of buildings of no more than a total area of 7500 square feet.


The service involves the same parameters as a general home inspection. However, this service contains two other elements that involve “property research” and “Life Safety” considerations. You should look at the Standards of Practice (SOP) at the following site to understand what I am required to do, as well as what inspectors are not required to do.  www.

The scope of the inspection may be modified by the Client and Inspector prior to the inspection process. 


Just like my Comprehensive Buyer’s Inspection, my fee for this service depends upon the size of the property and the elements contained in its “footprint” (i.e., no. of floors, no. of strip mall tenant spaces, no. of kitchens, no. of main electrical panels, no. of roof top heating and cooling units, etc.).  This electronic report with color photos is delivered within an agreed time after the property inspection. 

Call to schedule a free inspection estimate! 631-241-4038 (8:00 AM to 9:00 PM)



“General Home Inspection”

A general home inspection is a non-invasive, visual examination of the accessible areas of a residential property, performed for a fee, which is designed to identify defects within specific systems and components defined by the Standards of Practice (SOP) that are both observed and deemed material by the inspector.  The critical areas covered by the inspection are; Roof,  Exterior, Basement, Foundation, Crawlspace, Structure, Heating, Cooling, Plumbing, Electrical, Fireplace, Attic including Insulation & Ventilation, Doors, Windows, & Interior elements.  Based on the observations collected, a report is prepared and presented to the client.   You should look at the SOP at the following sites to understand what I am required to do, as well as what inspectors are not required to do.  www.

The scope of the inspection may be modified by the Client and Inspector prior to the inspection process. 


“Home Energy Report”

The Home Energy Report furnished to my customers uses the United States Department of Energy – Berkley Lab software to show the operating costs for the various energy use appliances contained in your home based upon energy cost specific to you home location.  It also makes recommendations for “smart energy upgrades” that can be achieved by making modifications/upgrades to your home.


“Commercial Property Inspections”

A commercial property inspection is defined as the process of an inspector collecting information through visual observation during a walk-through survey of the subject property, conducting research about the property, and then generating a meaningful report about the condition of the property based on the observations made and research conducted by the inspector.  A commercial inspection requires the inspector to make observations, conduct research, and report findings.  This inspection has a Standard of Practice (SOP)

Report:  An inspection report is defined as a written communication describing the issues discovered from observations made and research conducted by the inspector that are, in the inspector's opinion, likely to be of interest to his/her client.  A report may contain photographs of observations made during the walk-through survey portion of the inspection and/or copies of documents reviewed during the research portion of the inspection.


 Observations:  Observations are defined as those potential items of interest noted by the inspector during the walk-through survey portion of an inspection.


Research:  Research is defined as the process of gathering information through document review and interviews to augment the observations made during the walk-through portion of the inspection.  This research may include reviewing readily available documents, such as previous inspection reports, building permits, code violation notices and environmental studies. This research may also include interviews with readily available personnel, such as building managers, tenants and owners.

FREE BOOK - "How to Operate Your Home" - This publication was written by Tom Feiza, a professional engineer from the mid-west also know as Mr. Fix-It.  It contains information on the typical operating systems found in your home.  In addition, it contains helpful information about typical maintenance that is required of these systems.  This book is a great place to start if something goes wrong with one of the systems in your home!

Send us a message
and we’ll get back to you shortly.

Thanks for submitting!

bottom of page