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2007 

Home inspection standards of practice and code of ethics are becoming as plentiful as home inspectors themselves. It never ceases to amaze me how home inspection companies will advertise they follow a laundry list of organizations SoP and CoE such ASHI (a first rate favorite). How many of these c...
06/26/2007
The picture at the right is of an electric sub-panel. These guys are a favorite installation of weekend warriors and various other non-electrically trained persons. A sub-panel is not the main service panel, but a branch of circuits from the main service. Because it is not the main service it is ...
06/18/2007
I have noticed quite a bit of blogging relating to using infrared thermal imaging cameras for home inspections. Some of these blogs are nothing more than an ad for how the home inspection company is ahead of the technological curve. But what really is the the truth about using thermal imaging as ...
06/17/2007
The most common "requirement" in my experience that most Realtors look for in a home inspector is not overstating defects. Now it is our job to find current or potential problems and report them to our client and offer some type of recommendation in order to resolve the issue. However i...
06/14/2007
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