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Home Inspector Training Program

On-Site Case Studies - What To Look For

  • On-Site Home Inspections Covering All Aspects Of The Detailed Home Inspection, Identifying Defects, Evaluating Problems, Providing Solutions
  • Structure
  • Foundations, Basements, Crawl Spaces, Water Intrusion And Solutions
  • Exterior - Roof, Exterior Facades, Doors, Windows, Decks, Patios, Porches, Etc.
  • Interior - Walls, Ceilings, Floors
  • Electrical Systems - Adequacy, Distribution, Defects
  • Plumbing System - Water Supply, Pressure, Distribution, Disposal, Fixtures, Faucets, Wells, Septic Systems
  • Heating - Warm Air Systems, Forced Hot Water Systems, Steam Systems, Hydroaire Systems, Electric System, Heat Pumps. Gas Fired Systems, Oil Fired Systems, Solar Assisted Systems
  • Air-conditioning Systems - Conventional, Heat Pumps, Water Cooled
  • Environmental Hazards - Asbestos, Lead, UFFI, EMF
    Conducting Special Inspections For Added Revenue

Compiling Your Home Inspection Data Into A Report

  • Checklist Or Written Home Inspection Report
  • Watch What You Write AND What You Don’t Write

Complaints And Legal Actions

  • How To Address Client Complaints
  • Liabilities In the Business - How To Protect Yourself
  • Self Preservation, How To Identify Clients Who Think That A Home Inspection Is Cheap Insurance
  • The Necessity For Insurance
  • How To React To Complaint Letters
  • How To Prepare To Defend Against Legal Action

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