On one of my inspections in the winter, I didn’t try the A/C because of the cold weather, which I noted on the report.
The client moved in, and all was well, until he tried his A/C recently. It was out of freon. He called me to say that his home warranty wants to see a copy of the report. The A/C tech said that if the warranty company sees on the report that I didn’t inspect the A/C unit. they would not pay to refill the freon, $600.
He asked me to give him another copy of the report, leaving out the comment that I didn’t try the unit.
Have you heard of this before? It seemed to me that if I had reported that the unit worked, then they would not pay for repair, because it was working when they sold him the house. Is this tech trying to pull one on my client?