We’re just about to release our brand new tool for home inspectors. It’s a home maintenance newsletter that you can send to your clients—that’s custom tailored to the client and their new home.
Here are some of the pieces of information we use to tailor the newsletter:
- Has Children
- Has Dog(s)
- Has Cat(s)
- Has Other Pet(s)
- First-Time Homebuyer
- Attached Garage
- Detached Garage
- Septic System
- Trees on Property
- Solar Panels
Issues discovered during inspection:
- Insulation or Weatherstripping
- HVAC System
- Exterior Siding or Trim
- Exterior Drainage
- Electrical Wiring or Devices
- Electrical Panel
- Smoke or Carbon Monoxide Detectors
- Grout of Caulk in Bathrooms
- Interior or Exterior Railings
- Water Heater
- Garage Door Opener
- Dryer Vents
- Moisture Intrusion
- Window Wells
- General Safety Issues
- Energy Efficiency
- No Issues Found
- Wood Destroying Organism/Insects
We also take into consideration the type of heating and cooling system, property age, etc.
Then, once a month, we send your client a newsletter based on that information. For example, if you check off “Attached Garage” or “Detached Garage”, the first issue will include information about garage door safety.
We also include information like:
A humble request
If you think that I did a good job inspecting your home, please mention me to anyone you know who will need a home inspector. If there’s any reason you would hesitate to recommend me, please let me know.
This tool is an amazing way to keep connected with your past clients (and you better believe that on their 1-year inspection anniversary we’ll include information about annual re-inspections!).
Take a look:
Let me know if you have any feedback.