FINDING YOUR CLIENT A GREAT HOME INSPECTOR
I entered the profession like a lot of us did, as a building contractor doing remodeling and repair work. That kind of work background is a pretty good place to start. Contractors learn from experience lots about homes as they age, sag, rot, leak and creak. Remodeling and repair means getting dirty, wet and exposed to the less-than-romantic side of a home with their bad odors, abuse, bugs, mold, etc. Good home inspectors are used to unpleasant, adverse conditions in their daily work, but we work safely and wash our clothes often.
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Thank you to everyone who attended the May 13th WSRAR Home Inspection Committee Onsite Seminar! A huge thank you to the home inspectors who participated: John Guy, Jeff Payne, John Woodmansee, Andy Hilton and Bill Dillon. A big thank you to Mary Plybon who hosted the event at her listing, 1859 Underpass Road in Advance.