Inspector: Eddie Carapezza, North Carolina Home Inspector License 3447

Meet Eddie

Eddie is originally from Long Island NY where he worked as a Paralegal and Real Estate Agent before joining the Home Depot for a career that spanned more than 20 years. During his tenure at Home Depot, he held multiple roles including: District Loss Prevention Manager, District Operations Manager and Store Manager. With over 20 years in the home improvement industry, Eddie has gained extensive knowledge of the products, systems and components that are typically used in residential construction.
Additionally, Eddie is very passionate about real estate investing and has completed multiple rehab projects himself over the last 20 years before relocating to Raleigh in 2013.
Eddie created EC DOES IT Home Inspections with a commitment of bringing high quality home inspections at an affordable rate. His attention to detail and incredible work ethic, as well as integration of technology, brings a talented and unique skill set to this industry.


Home Inspection is an integrated process of observation and report writing where definite procedures exists for inspecting and reporting each system and component of a home.  In this process each step that your home inspector takes is a guided tour presented by the home itself.  The home inspector is an observer or a guest on a quest of information gathering and discovery, a quest to acquire an understanding of the home as a system to ensure defect discovery.  

There are two parts of an inspection, the actual field inspection and the home inspection report.   Experience, technical knowledge, and training allows the inspector to thoroughly inspect  and accurately report  defects related to the key systems of the home including: Structural Components, Wall Cladding, Roofing, Electrical, Plumbing, Heating, Cooling, Insulation, and Ventilation.
 At EC DOES IT we work hard to inspect all aspects of your home to ensure that you are fully informed about any system or component that is not functioning as intended.