Originally Posted By: Ed Porter
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It has been awhile since I’ve posted here, but have been lurking in the shadows learning as usual.
Need some advice; In June I inspected a large home. There were several minor issues with the home.
I get a call the other night by the woman I inspected the house for. Her first question was, "You have insurance, right?" She is saying that back in September the furnace would not come on. She goes on to say that she has had two or three heating people in there to work on the furnace and wants to know who is going to pay for this work that has been done. She never once notified me until the other day.
Also, in my inspection report, I noted that the furnace unit has "vibration in the fan motor unit and should be checked and serviced by a qualified technician."
I have left voicemails to this effect, with no response. I sent a copy of the inspection contract and a copy of the inspection report section that details the furnace issue. Again, no response.
What is my next step? Is there anything more I can do to avoid any possible legal action?
Cornerstone Home Inspection Services
Grand Haven, MI