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home inspection

Usually a professional, third-party inspection of a home prior to purchase in order to discover defects and report them to the purchaser.

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The lady who bought our home hired a home inspector and then nearly drove us nuts with repair demands.
Our residential inspection training conforms to the American Society of Home Inspector (ASHI) standards, while commercial inspection construction is taught to American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) international standards.
In "The Basics of Doing Your Own Home Inspection: Advice from a Seasoned Home Inspector he draws upon his extensive experience and expertise to teach buyers what to look for before they pay a professional inspector to find a house that passes.
ASHI, a nonprofit organization established in 1976, provides education and support for independent home inspectors. Certified members have performed at least 250 home inspections, passed the National Home Inspector Examination and met continuing-education requirements.
Home inspectors. Before purchasing a home, many buyers hire a home inspector to inform them about a home's structure and overall condition.
The Finches countered that unconditional release of liability was against public interest because Flanagan presented himself as a certified home inspector in West Virginia, yet failed to meet state standards.
This fall, Ontario will consult with home inspector associations, consumers, representatives from the real estate sector and other industry stakeholders on mandatory minimum qualifications for home inspectors.
In the video, Rusty Smith, a home inspector with Austin Energy, explains the benefits of making these energy efficient upgrades.
In 2007 Mr Jackson borrowed pounds 40,000 from the loan companies after deciding to give up his job as a property maintenance manager and retrain as a home inspector.
Mitchel Tayles, independent home inspector and energy assessor from Midland HIPs, based in Birmingham, identified pounds 578-a-year savings to be made on both money and CO2 emissions at one terraced house.
I guess when a home inspector suggests you put a critter guard over the end of the plumbing vent on the roof, he means now.
Home Inspector Training has opened a new centre in Birmingham city centre.

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