Florida Home Inspectors: There’s a Stucco Disaster on the Rise

- . With improper installation and poor drainage, every rain shower lets more water infiltrate and slowly break down a home until the damage is comprehensive. Cramer explains that stucco issues aren’t limited to Florida, and neither are shoddy installation problems with other, similar materials. Homes with stone veneer, for example, are at risk ..More

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Home Inspector Ethics Complaints: How to Minimize Risk

- . Together, they make a great framework for your home inspection company. Ethics codes keep you above-board in your business dealings. Standards of Practice explain what you’re required to inspect and what you’re not ..More

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Choosing the Right Home Inspection Forms: ICA School Podcast Review

- . But through technology advances, much of that is covered automatically. Because some narrative is involved, writing a report a logical concern. In years past, back when reports were typically handwritten, writing skills were much more important than they are now ..More

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You Broke it You Bought It? Who Pays When Damage Occurs

- . With the right level of protection, you probably won’t have to come out of pocket for damage or omissions that happen while performing your job. Situations vary, and there are some gray areas. The bottom line is that in most cases, the home inspector can be found liable for anything from accidental damage to damage incurred due to homeowner neglect ..More

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Geothermal Heat Pumps: A Growing Generation of Efficient Heating and Cooling

- But as the technology improves and more people catch on, they’ll be part of your usual repertoire. More homeowners are switching to geothermal, but don’t expect a mass exodus from traditional furnaces just yet. The technology is expensive. Most homeowners pay between $10,000 and $30,000 for a new system, says the Family Handyman. For now, it’s still a bit of a novelty. And while the Department of Energy says that it pays for itself within 5-10 years, that’s still a major investment. ..More

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