Chris grew up with parents that were always remodeling or building their next home and spent his middle school through high school living in an historic home in Albany. In high school he took four years of architecture and went to college on a scholarship in that major. He is also an avid woodworker building customer furniture and cabinetry. After getting into the home inspection business he served on the Board of Directors of the Oregon Association of Home Inspectors (OAHI), which is the local American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) chapter, for two years. In 2004 he bought out his business partner, his dad. Chris lives in Tigard with his wife and three kids.
Pete Coracci, originally from the east coast, has been living and working in Oregon since 1994. Pete began his construction career as a commercial framer and also spent time working as a chimney mason before moving into residential remodel. In 2003, Pete returned to school and obtained his certifications as an “A” level building inspector. Pete was hired by the State of Oregon Building Codes Division as the building inspector for Coos County, and subsequently as a Building Inspector for the City of Vancouver. Pete has been working as a home inspector for the past year, and has been employed by Pillar To Post since August 2010. In his free time Pete has performed a ground-up restoration of his 1915 craftsman home in southeast Portland, which he shares with his wife and two kids.