Great write-up! I see that InterNACHI & several other states clarify that the inspector OR their company cannot perform repairs after an inspection. I guess this is one area that Texas is more lax on. Very interesting.
Texas seems to be pretty cut-and-dried to me. Greenworks is the one being lax if they let their inspections and repairs overlap.
For those in New Jersey:
13:40-15.19 PROHIBITED PRACTICES
a) It is a prohibited practice for a licensee to do any of the following:
- Perform, or offer to perform, for an additional fee, any repairs, renovations, additions, or alterations to a structure on which the licensee or the licensee’s company, has prepared a home inspection report;
Joe Denneler, Esq. has interpreted this to mean that you cannot perform work on a home that you’ve inspected forever since it does not specify a time frame.