No 4 point inspection as of yet in Canada as far as I know.
I was looking for a technical insurance type of report.
IE: For flooding, fires etc.
I am basing my insurance reports off of phase inspecting.
I use a 3 part process.
Tell me what you think please.
You are at the home 3 times.
The insurance company has done their part and I follow their assessment.
“I am not there to fight with insurance companies or the builder!”
1: Assess the condition of any damage with images after the cleanup and start the bases for the report.
You use the assessment.
Use a typical HIP report and edit out what systems and components not needed.
All images are taken and I write a report on the area in question. Kitchen, basement, bedroom.
2: Reinspect after the demotion and prior to closing the walls.
That is critical.
In some cases the insurance company will reevaluate condition when high end/man made cabinetry, wardrobes or wall units are removed and saved to rebuild a wall and they may further inspect to evaluate later.
3: Finalize the report with a walk though, photos of completed work
Reviewing the insurance companies assessment data sheet I insure everything is functioning and your check list is completed.
Sorry for the edit all.