Nah. Eragorn is just a new kid on the block struggling to find his way. Unfortunately, he’s doing it by asking others to do his homework for him, kinda like a BUNCH OF OTHERS HAVE!
I give the client an objective visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a house, from the roof to the foundation.
(Also see Standards of Practice for more information.)
It appears to me this Member is in diar need of help.
Well hope this works for him here;
This is a very simplistic description of what Home Inspectiors do.
**A home Inspection is a thorough walk-through of a home conducted by a professional inspector. **
While inspections can be conducted for many reasons, they are most often conducted when buying a home, to reveal any issues that might become problems.
**A home Inspection ****is typically a walk-through tour of the house, in which the inspector will go room to room to look at the status of the property. Examine the Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC, attics, basements, and etc. **
**Inspections are usually quite detailed, with the ****home ****scrutinized very closely. A very detailed report is then issued to the Client explaining all that was observed and noted during the on-site inspection. **
During the inspection the inspector will look for problems large and small, from a** broken cabinet hinge to ****a leaking roof. **
**Homeinspections help to identify problems that might become significant during the ownership of ****a home. **
Hopefully, they will understand after you tell them that.