I have a client that I did a 4 point inspection for and they are wanting me to come out and fix up the report now that they have corrected what I have found. Shouldn’t I just do another 4 point inspection though?
I’m not familiar with Florida’s 4 point inspections, Joshua, but I would do another inspection. It will look cleaner and more professional, plus you need to be paid for your time, however you decide to handle that.
Again thank you Larry. Always good advice.
The answer is. Do a addendum from the original report. And in the addendum. Only address the corrections made from the original 4 Pt.
How exactly can you do an addendum to a report? I imagine you would still have to have the old findings marked.
I’m not sure what method you use for a 4 point, for I edit the original to reflect what was repaired or replaced, and include the necessary updated photos. After all, if the item was replaced, it’s no longer there (for example, a new panel or new roof).
The client can’t easily send a primary report and addendum, if they need to forward the report to additional offices, so a corrected “single” report makes more sense.
I created a word document Re-asesment of property. In it I explain that the home was inspected, report number, date of the inspection. I further explain the items requested a 2nd look at an then break it down to two sections. Completed in a proposal manner or incomplete. Happy to send you a copy. If you would like a copy Email me Nick@AlatisInspectionService.com
did you ever send me a email address to send that word Doc?