What to charge to reinspect

Originally Posted By: msylvester
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I agree Ken, to a degree. If you are going to look at the addition of GFI’s, TPR discharge lines, Under the sink plumbing, etc… or any of the punch-list issues. I think you are just doing what you do best.

If your dealing with Structual or Environmental issues then yes don’t touch it. I also wont deal with furnace re-inspections.(after service call)

I have had many clients that thought things were fixed only to have me come through and discover nothing was done. ![eusa_naughty.gif](upload://nYl3dmRmAIH81yCdH9V96akYnNa.gif)

Also saved some sellers from work orders that wern't completed although they were charged full price.