Had two calls yesterday for my B-Cam water intrusion.
Water restoration company called for me to scan two projects and preform mold air test on their job sites. One home was a two story with partial basement that had flooded from water intrustion thru the raised foundation area of the home into the basement. The restoration company had already performed the abatement and I was there to do the mold sample clear.
To make a long story short I was looking inside a return air duct that had the grill removed and the home inspector came out in me could not help my self. This return air chase traveled from the basement where the furnace was located and had the flue pipe from a 80% gas fired furnace traveling inside of the return duct all of the way to the roof.
This was very visible from the furnace location in the basement where this flue was traveling and there had been a full house Home Inspection just performed on this home (not by me). My point being the water intrusion was very visible from the crawl space and this flue problem was very visible also. Me thinks some home inspector is probally in trouble.
Two part question here would you as an inspector rat your brother out or would you help police the home inspector industry from inspectors that should not be inspecting homes.
I would state that I personally believe in the police policy. What is your take.