About KTS Home Inspections, LLC


Kenneth L Pizzurro


I would like to introduce myself. I am a Janesville native and currently work for the City of Janesville as a full-time Firefighter/Emergency Medical Technician. I have been a Firefighter/EMT/Paramedic for over 25 years, working in several different positions within the City of Janesville and throughout Wisconsin.    

I currently hold certificates as a Residential Home Inspector, Commercial Building Inspector and Code Enforcement Inspector with the State of Wisconsin.  

My background and experience in fire safety and building construction gives me the knowledge of what it takes to be an excellent home and commercial building inspector. I am a member in good standards with ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors) and AHIT (American Home Inspectors Training Institute). I will work with the client based on the Standards of Practice for home inspections and the code of ethics for the home inspection profession. KTS Home Inspections, LLC is fully insured.  

I look forward to bringing my knowledge and experience together when doing residential and commercial inspections and I look forward to working with you in the future.   








    • (2870-106) – Home/Residential Inspector – October 2015 to Present   
    • (1053867) – Commercial Building Inspector – 2009 to Present
    • Code Enforcement 1 Inspector –  2013 to Present



    “My wife and I hired Mr. Pizzurro for our home inspection this past spring. We have since recommended him to all of our friends who have been looking for new homes.

    The whole experience was easy and affordable. He walked through the entire house with me, pointing out, noting, and photographing every detail of every room in the house. He noticed small details that seemed irrelevant at the time, but he told us that although the detail may not need attention now, it could be problematic decades down the line. His attention to detail was very impressive.

    Within 24 hours of completing our inspection, he emailed us a report that was approximately 40 pages long. The report broke down each room and feature of the home. The report included detailed notes, pictures, and recommendations for fixes. It could not have been easier to follow and was an excellent tool to present to the seller.

    Hire him.”

    Nick Kettle

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