Originally Posted By: rzimmerman
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Got a call from an inspection I did in October. The client says he just went in the attic. What he saw was all the insulation from one side of the home was pushed over to the other side. He was upset I did not mention this in my report. Told him I would be too.
I politly told the owner I had inspected the attic from the access. If memory serves me the attic was used as storage limiting access but viewable. My notes only say viewed from hatch, now making better notes.
I do have infrared images of the ceiling, which were provided to him in the report. The IR images show some insulation issues, but only at some small locations.
I'm scheduled out there Monday to review the attic. Unless I find something major, that happened sence the inspection I've told the owner and Realtor not to worry. Although there is no way I would have missed it and the IR shows insulation, I will get it corrected. Figure it's better to correct whatever it is than have a bad report from this. Again it depends on my review Monday.
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