Anybody have or know where I can find some good IR narratives for reports?
You don’t know how to describe what your camera is showing?
Maybe he’s just looking for someone that has a narrative list already completed that he can buy rather than having to type it all out.
Nothing wrong with the question
I agree with Nelson
David’s correct, most schools will have plenty of phrases and common descriptions to glean from the training. Infraspection certainly did. A list of generally accepted language would be convenient though, I admit.
Contact your training provider for guidance.
It is a great question. There have been some great compilations made for home inspection that surely most if not all of you are relying on even though you have done the training. Seems like that is all that is being asked. Has anyone developed this?
Nick and Ben should make a narrative list for infrared.
That could be one more awesome benefit of being a member.
Seems to me that all you would need for IR in a home inspection, is a basic list of short photo captions with locations. The actual defect noted in the report should already be in your home inspection library.
Most of what I find using the thermal camera I verify some other way, as in thermal image indicates possible moisture or leaking through the shower stall tiles. High moisture content was verified with moisture detector… Tile was cracked and grout had failed… etc. etc…
C’mon Charley! Don’t you know that’s not an issue! It’s reflective white paint according to the training manual!
How long can you hold your hand on that white paint:p:shock:
Hey David Anderson! Why don’t you go ***** yourself smartazz!? I was just asking a simple question no reason to be a prick!
All you mother*****ers on here think your so smart! LOL!!
Having a bad day Jason?
Thermography exceptions cover a broad scope.
One size doesn’t fit all…
You should be able to explain what you see thermally in your report, I would think.
If you need wording, go to your thermgraphy training manuals, I have all five of my books sitting on my desk all the time (along with all my code books) which I reference all the time. You can’t expect to remember all this stuff.
Just need to know where to find the answer.
Why actually Jason, my wife has children so the first part of your statement is true. The second part is also true. We are some intelligent some batches
Jason E. Haggard of AAA Complete Home Inspections, L.L.C.
Is probably not the Tennessee Home Inspector you are looking for.
He has obviously got problems with his people skills and does not handle conflict (which often occurs in Real Estate transactions involving Inspections) very well.
I can just see him conversing with those mother ****er Contractors and Real Estate Agents on your behalf!
Besides needing to come here and ask us to do his inspection work for him, his inability to effectively communicate well (as demonstrated here) exemplifies his need for a little more preparation for this business.
He does however seem to have a handle on Web Site SEO.
He managed to get this thread with all it’s colorful verbiage on page one of Google in no time!
Not once, twice.
Not just me, “all you …” that responded with your suggestions.
Jason, Now you can work on getting Nick to remove your sorry comments about INACHI members from the public view. Maybe you can get to meet some our ethics members while your at it.
Watch out though, they are smart!
So what we see is an inspector without the proper training, asking those with proper training. at the cost of thousands of dollars, to supply their narratives.
Asking someone to share a basic narrative on an inspection item is one thing. We all have brain farts at one time or another. Asking to share narratives that come from time consuming, extensive, and expensive training is quite another. :roll:
Wanna be a PROFESSIONAL? Spend the time and money to get the proper training for your business and your clients. You won’t have to spend time on a message board to get freebies to complete your reports.