Meet The Team


Jeff McKinney
Lead Home Inspector

Jeff McKinney is the Lead Home Inspector for First Choice Building Inspections. Born and raised in Jacksonville, Florida, Jeff is familiar with virtually every square mile of the River City. After graduating with his bachelor’s degree, Jeff pursued a lifelong love of the housing industry by training to become a home inspector. Licensed by the State of Florida, Jeff is also certified through the esteemed InterNACHI training program. With his extensive background in electrical systems and an ambitious desire to understand every aspect of a home, Jeff is committed to educating every client throughout the inspection process.

Jeff and his wife currently reside in Fleming Island.

State of FL #HI 10495


Justin Bonneville
Associate Home Inspector

Justin is originally from Southeast Michigan but has had his eye on Florida since he was a child. In 2015, he was finally afforded the opportunity to relocate to Jacksonville, which he is thrilled to call his home. Justin received his Chemical Engineering degree in 2008 and his MBA in 2010 from Michigan Technological University. He is a certified home inspector through the state of Florida and a proud member of InterNACHI.

When Justin isn’t performing inspections, he enjoys relaxing at the beach.

State of FL #HI 10435

Lou Prinzi, First Choice Building Inspections

Lou Prinzi, First Choice Building Inspections

I’m Lou Prinzi of First Choice Building Inspections, Inc. FCBI has been providing quality home inspection services in Northeast Florida since 1997. Homes have been inspected from St. Augustine to Fernandina Beach and all points in between, including Clay and Flagler Counties with thousands of happy, satisfied clients.

Here’s Just A Little About Me – I was initially trained by attending The Inspection Experts – Boca Raton Training Institute in 1997. August 1997, First Choice Building Inspections opened for business, and we have been going and growing strong ever since.

I’m fully licensed in Florida and certified through ASHI and FABIClick here to verify my ASHI Certification

What you do want is experience and training! With thousands of inspections performed, a minimum of 20 hours training each year, and adherence to the FABI & ASHI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics, what I will tell you is that if you give me the opportunity to help protect you from buying a Money Pit, I guarantee you will not be disappointed.

Being ASHI and FABI certified is a process that only seasoned, experienced and knowledgeable inspectors can obtain. Just being licensed is not enough. Some inspectors have gotten their home inspector license simply because they were licensed in a different profession. However, being certified through ASHI and FABI adds a higher level of professionalism. So watch out!

State of FL #HI 282

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