But, as Andrew Jolley said with JODA Home Inspections in Stansbury Park, Utah, “unlike contractors, home inspectors have a system they follow so that all systems are evaluated and nothing is left out of the inspection.” In addition, a certified home inspector has received training on all the systems in a house, as well as how to inspect them and look at the entire house as a system. Do you want to learn more? Visit Summerlin Home Inspections.
Hopefully, any legitimate inspector will provide you with a written report that you can use for your home purchase assessment. That being said, in both style and level of detail, reports differ. An inspection report should include digital pictures of defects as well as narrative statements about the systems and defects found. Some reports will include things such as videos, glossaries, and summaries as well. Make sure that you still read the entire report if there is a summary! It is also appropriate to determine the turnaround time for a report. As inspectors, we understand the tight timelines under which you have been placed by your real estate agent, so we will always get you the report as soon as possible. Keep in mind that sometimes a little extra research is required, so at the end of the inspection, don’t expect to get the report. The report should be provided to you by most inspectors within 24 hours after the end of the inspection. “I’d ask this for a couple reasons. It would help me decide if his approach would be similar to mine. Every inspector is a little different, some will detail 500 little issues, while I’m more of a ‘disregard petty cosmetic stuff so I can focus on finding $1000 problems’ kind of guy. More importantly, if the inspector takes the time to walk me through his approach now, while I’m just a prospect – he’ll probably take all the time needed to take care of me as a customer.
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