newly licensed fl inspectors looking for work

i have gotten too busy to handle all the work coming in, and i’m looking for someone new to the business to groom and send overflow work to…

email to



I am not interested but what are you offering the lucky person to do 4 points and wind mits. What do you charge for a 4 point and can you a post a link to your sample report?

Are you a member of the secret society?

Why dont you just buy him donuts and give him a blow job…oh wait, sorry wrong topic.

Or this
:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

i should have mentioned… this is for the central florida area… and if you spend more time on the message board than actually doing inspections, please find someone else to argue with.

this is a good opportunity for a newly licensed inspector…

Curtis, if you have anything in Brevard you need done, give us a call or email.

I knew I was right :slight_smile:

Oh, Oh, I think I’m overqualified, again. I took a look at the website and the photo of the hurricane strap… well it doesn’t qualify as a strap due to the improper alignment with the truss end. I could use a little more work but I ain’t into being groomed, I have a wife for that.

By the way your clients reccomendation contains a couple of misspellings courteous is spelled wrong as is nervous.

Did this guy do something wrong? Sounds like he is trying to help people. What could it hurt to give him the benefit of the doubt and give him a call?

What for he won’t hire me I’m too experienced:roll:

I do not think Curtis did anything wrong at all however I felt negative vibes when reading his short intro.
Can not speak for everyone else however the term"groom " somehow seems derogatory towards anyone interested in looking into it.

It sort of puts a responder into a subservient role .
Again, may just be me .

Most Inspectors are proud as we already know so who wants to be groomed?

Great job Curtis!

I think it’s great. If you get anything over on the Treasure Coast, we will be glad to help out. Call or email.

I understand your point. But here in Florida, insurance inspections are a large part of the inspection business. Grooming is the right word.

Wow, so harsh. First, it does qualify as a strap, a strap is a strap. Are you talking about a wrap or clip? You must be more qualified than me.

Second. If you come onto a forum to bash spelling. Do not make spelling errors yourself. I recommend you use spell check. Also, if that is how the letter came to them from their client (it is in quotes), then that is how you have to use it in adverting. He didn’t necessarily make the spelling error.

v. groomed, groom·ing, grooms
*v.**tr.***1. ** To care for the appearance of; to make neat and trim: groomed himself carefully in front of the mirror.
**2. ** To clean and brush (an animal).
**3. ** To remove dirt and parasites from the skin, fur, or feathers of (another animal).
**4. ** To prepare, as for a specific position or purpose: groom an employee for advancement.
**5. ** Sports To prepare (a trail) for skiers, as by packing down new snow or leveling moguls.

So what’s the big deal??

The Core Rules of Netiquette are excerpted from the book Netiquette by Virginia Shea.

Rule 1: Remember the Human
Rule 2: Adhere to the same standards of behavior online that you follow in real life
Rule 3: Know where you are in cyberspace
Rule 4: Respect other people’s time and bandwidth
Rule 5: Make yourself look good online
Rule 6: Share expert knowledge
Rule 7: Help keep flame wars under control
Rule 8: Respect other people’s privacy
Rule 9: Don’t abuse your power
Rule 10: Be forgiving of other people’s mistakes "

Wow, you missed on 7 out of 10. Congrats for being you. Your neighbors must love you.

Ok, back to work.

WHAM! with the right hand.

Wow I only miss number 5 :smiley:

I am not sure about what 7 is all about :frowning:

Dude, I was trying to help him out, that was not a criticism of the website. I noticed the mispellings and went back and added the info at the end of the post.

As for your opinion of my net savvy approach to posting on this board, send me your phone # and when I care what your opinion is I’ll give you a call.

The issue with the strap is that it would not qualify due to distance offset from the truss as anything.

(321) 219-8515 Call me. I’m easy to get along with, I just hate bullies. If you were trying to help him out, you could have email/pm’d him privately instead of putting it out on a public forum for the possibility of his client base reading it along with his peers. Face it, you were being condescending.

adjective showing or implying a usually patronizing descent from dignity or superiority:

“Oh, Oh, I think I’m overqualified, again.”
“What for he won’t hire me I’m too experienced:roll:”

Again, use spell check for the misspellings.

The issue with the strap is, it is still a strap. A strap is a strap. It will always qualify as a strap.

strap (str

p)*n.***1. ****a. ** A long narrow strip of pliant material such as leather.
**b. ** Such a strip equipped with a buckle or similar fastener for binding or securing objects.

2. A thin flat metal or plastic band used for fastening or clamping objects together or into position.
**3. ** A narrow band formed into a loop for grasping with the hand.
**4. ** A razor strop.
**5. ** A strip of leather used in flogging.

Let me know when it stops being a strap.

Wrap or clip? I will bow to your superiority. Bazzinga!!

It may be a strap, but it qualifies as “toe-nail” on the 1802. He should remove that photo off of his site. Bazzingo