4. Do you offer to do repairs or improvements based on the inspection?
Some inspector associations and state regulations allow the inspector to perform repair work on problems uncovered in the inspection. Other associations and regulations strictly forbid this as a conflict of interest. Be sure you understand the difference.
3. Are you specifically experienced in residential inspection?
Related experience in construction or engineering is helpful, but is no substitute for training, licensing and experience in the unique discipline of home inspection. If the inspection is for a commercial property, then this should be asked about as well.
2. How long have you been practicing in the home inspection profession and how many inspections have you completed?
The inspector should be able to provide his history in the profession and perhaps even a few names as referrals. The inspector's work history and experience is very important.
1. What does your inspection cover?
The inspector should ensure that their inspection and inspection report will meet all applicable requirements in your state if applicable and will comply with a well-recognized standard of practice and code of ethics. You should be able to request and see a copy of these items ahead of time and ask any questions you may have. If there are any areas you want to make sure are inspected, be sure to identify them upfront.
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