The Paulson Team
Continuing education is incredibly important to The Paulson Team, so they participate in ASHI and InterNACHI educational programs and are accredited by Better Business Bureau.
Walt Paulson – Arkansas License number HI# 1832
Before becoming a business owner and professional home inspector with Pillar To Post, Walt Paulson was an attorney, Army Flag Officer and a corporate executive. He spent many years working in the construction industry, with investment properties, remodeling/upgrading these properties, and three years of experience in residential home inspection. With his years of experience with these properties, Walt knew he could help others avoid the pitfalls of an inadequate or incomplete home inspection.
In addition to taking numerous continuing education courses, Walt is also a Certified Residential Thermographer (IR scanning) and is an Associate Member of American Society of Home Inspectors and InterNACHI.
In Walt’s free time he enjoys cycling, golf, hunting and fishing.
Stephen Paulson – Arkansas License number HI# 2012
Stephen Paulson is a licensed and certified professional home inspector, who has completed the extensive Pillar To Post inspector training and has worked on the Paulson Team for more than two years. He is actively pursuing continuing education in excess of all State requirements. Prior to joining Pillar To Post, Stephen earned a Bachelor or Arts in English and a Master’s Certificate in Data/Information Quality.
Stephen is a Field Artillery Officer in the National Guard with 15 years of service.
In Stephen’s free time, he is actively involved as a Level 2 coach for the Arkansas National Intercollegiate Cycling Association (NICA) mountain biking team. He also enjoys sports, like soccer, golf, hiking, mountain biking and rock climbing, as well as traveling.
Professional Training: Every Pillar To Post home inspector is trained in the classroom and in the field. You can have confidence in the fact that all Pillar To Post inspectors are required to continually upgrade their skills and to keep current with new technologies and professional standards.