One star is to much for this guy.We had Don Melton of Housemaster Wi do an inspection of our first home purchase. Everything was "thumbs up" . We move in and I find the first thing he missed was the kitchen sink needed new plumbing as the pipes were leaking. The toilet in the basement was leaking from the base, cause yet unknown. The floor had a carpet that was not glued so a simple look see would have been no problem. Many electrical outlets were so worn out, didn't hold contact and cords fell out. Now here is where it gets costly. The foundation on one side has more than 3/4 displacement and drain tiles need replacing. The outfall into the crock is pitched up instead of down. Somewhere that pipe is broke and water flows from under it at a slow flow. The sump pump shoots out sparks when it is flipped on. The crock is layered with sediment. The crock was dry so it should not have been hard for him to see it. Upon notify him he returned to inspect the house himself rather than his employee. He stated to me at the time " how could he have missed this". A week later I got a his findings. No concern.In emailing him, I got flippant remarks. I told him I was having an engineer look at it. His answer was, "Good idea as we are only home inspectors". I filed a complaint with Wisconsin Consumer Trade which sent me his answer, a copy of their contract disavowing anything and everything if we did not jump through an endless array of "hoops". And if we did not jump through that hoop before the the next hoop, wellll, it supposedly nullifies the whole inspection and we have no recourse. Except of course to pay 20 G's to fix what he should have caught. This problem was brought to my attention as soon as I had a contractor there to do some other work. First thing he said when he saw the wall was "you have foundation movement"Thanks HousMaster and Don Melton!! Great job! The guy could care less.