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Question DetailsAsked on 7/9/2012

My son is looking to buy a new home (first one). What do you look for when choosing a home inspector. What advice can you give?

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Like many major hiring decisions, it pays to do your homework! Check out the Angie's List Guide to Home Inspection for more information about hiring a home inspector: http://www.angieslist.com/real-estate/home-inspection.htm

Answered 8 years ago by JP

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Experience matters. Over the years there have been a lot of inspectors who came from other fields outside of construction, ie. Pilots, Businessmen, etc. They thought it would be easy money. Unfortunately it is not. Crawling around in crawl spaces and hot attics is tough. Knowing what to look for is even tougher. If they do not have at least 10 years in the construction Field, you should probably keep looking. There are plenty in the inspection field who do have the experience you need.

JW Ramsey & Son Home Inspections

Ren Ramsey


Charlotte Home Inspections

Source: http://www.GastoniaHOmeInspections.com

Answered 8 years ago by ramdino




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