HawkEye Home Watch earns accreditation from National Home Watch Association

Posted 6/7/21

For the seventh year, HawkEye Home Watch has earned accreditation from the National Home Watch Association.

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HawkEye Home Watch earns accreditation from National Home Watch Association

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For the seventh year, HawkEye Home Watch has earned accreditation from the National Home Watch Association.

Owner Michael Padgett moved to Fountain Hills in 2001 from Chicago, according to a press release, and when he realized how many part-time residents were in the area who could benefit from this service, he decided to launch HawkEye Home Watch in 2011.

His background includes experience with home renovations, general repairs, and property management, plus years of customer service, the release said, adding how he knows that trust, honesty, integrity, and reliability are key in keeping clients happy with his services.

The goal at HawkEye Home Watch is to make Mr. Padgett’s clients’ time away from home “as worry-free as possible,” the release said, noting his commitment to keeping their homes well-cared-for during their absence.

Formed in 2009, NHWA was established to maintain high industry standards for Home Watch and absentee homeowner services throughout the U.S. and Canada (nationalhomewatchassociation.org).

Home Watch is a visual inspection of a home or property to look for obvious issues, which the release said is a service that “keeps an eye on things” at your vacation or primary home while you are not in residence.

HawkEye Home Watch primarily serves the East Valley towns of Fountain Hills, Rio Verde, Tonto Verde, North Scottsdale (Trilogy), Tempe, Mesa, and Scottsdale, added the release.

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