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Home inspection business opens
Biz Moe ribbon cut
Javier Mojica, owner of Moes Home Inspection Service, cuts the ribbon surrounded by Chamber members, staff, friends and family. - photo by Photo provided.

The Liberty County Chamber of Commerce had a grand opening and ribbon cutting on Sept. 14 for Moe’s Home Inspection Services at the Chamber of Commerce, 425 W. Oglethorpe Highway, Hinesville.

Leah Poole, Chamber CEO, welcomed Moe’s staff and introduced owner/operator Javier Mojica to the community. Karen Bell, incoming board chairman, offered support on behalf of the Chamber staff and her board.

Mojica, an Army veteran who has spent half of his career serving at Fort Stewart, said he decided to come back to Liberty County when planning for his upcoming military retirement.

"My oldest attended school on Fort Stewart from kindergarten to sixth grade," Mojica said, explaining why Liberty County is home for his family. "All of my kids were born in Georgia,"

He said his home inspection business focuses on the customer.

"As a soldier, I am committed to honor and integrity always," Mojica said. "Moe’s Home Inspection Services provides quality home inspections at affordable prices. We are committed to finding hidden deficiencies not easily seen during a walk-through visit, if they exist."

For more information, call Mojica at 706-251-4699 or visit his website at

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