Licensed Home Inspector

 Just like other professions, home inspectors do need proper training and certification to conduct a home inspection. It’s a comprehensive and methodical process that requires the right experience and use of the right tools and technology to deliver an accurate result. In anything is missed during the Home Inspection process, both your effort and investment will go in vain.

Though home inspection is a very specific process, homeowners take for granted and someone who is not experienced or offers the service at a low cost. They try to save money on something which they should never do.

In most cases, homeowners do not realize even after working with an amateur home inspector, thinking everything is fine as he was a professional too. They stay relaxed and start focusing on other tasks.

At present, you might not face any problem after the inspection is complete and the report is received but the future can be problematic. So, to ensure you were not in the wrong hands, you should look for the following signs.

Missed the issues which were later found by you

If you find damage or any other issue in your property after the inspection is complete, you were not working with an experienced person. A well-trained home inspector looks into every corner and nothing is missed out from his eyes, especially if the damage is huge. If you can detect the issue, then it’s very easy for a professional to identify.

Caused damage to your property during the inspection

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 During the inspection, the safety of the property lies in the hands of the professionals. They use the right tool for inspection and prevent any damage. The risk of property damage is no or very less when working with a professional. If your house gets damaged during inspection, the inspector was an amateur.

Caused harm to himself during the inspection process

In a few cases, the condition of the property is poor that leads to accidents and injuries. The Professional Home Inspectors are aware of these accidents so they take several precautions for self-safety and avoid any injury. If a person is hurting himself during the inspection process, it means he is not well-trained to handle such situations.

Report is either incomplete or bloated

The report presented by a home inspector says a lot about the knowledge and experience of the person. Different parameters are included in a home inspection report to show the detailed analysis. You should check online or consult an expert to know all the parameters. If the points are missing, it means the home inspector has submitted an incomplete report. He is not capable to prepare a report.

Listed issues which were not actually issues

Even if the report is complete, you might find some issues in it. And the most common one is listing the issues which were actually not found in the property. If you were with the inspector during the inspection process, it will be easy for you to spot these mistakes. An amateur home inspector does so to complete the report in a wrong way or show his fake expertise.

As a responsible owner, a home inspection is important for now and forever. So if you notice these signs after the completion of the home inspection process, we recommend hiring a certified and Licensed Home Inspector (don’t make your selection based on service cost) and perform home inspection again. We know things will get costly but nothing is more important than your safety.