A Quick Home Inspector Look at Skylights

- An ASHI Reporter article recommends inspecting skylights from above and below to check for signs of rot. . Missing or damaged flashing and compromised seals could also allow rainwater to penetrate ..More

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Tools You Need for Your Home Inspection Career

- Perhaps the most important tool you need is the proper education to perform home inspections. . For more information on embarking on a home inspection career, get a demo of our instructional classes today ..More

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What You Need to Know About Inspecting Expansion Tanks

- The tank may be located in a dark area, so have a powerful flashlight handy. Check all around the tank for signs of dampness, especially near pipe connections. Once you locate the expansion tank, check it for leaks. . Sometimes a leak is apparent, but other times less so ..More

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Why Every Home Inspector Should Consider E&O Insurance Coverage

- You can find sample contracts online if you belong to a home inspector association or organization, but it’s still a good idea to have a lawyer look it over before you start using it. But even when you have insurance, always make sure your clients sign a contract ahead of time. . A good contract can protect you from frivolous claims ..More

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Networking Tips to Grow Your Home Inspection Business

- They live in your area and they encounter people who need a home inspector every day. Make friends with real estate agents. . Real estate agents make recommendations for home inspectors all the time, and the more agents you can get to recommend you, the more customers you’ll get, the Inspection Support Network confirms ..More

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