Only a sub-set of photographs will be used in the report, but you will be provided with copies of all photographs that I take during an inspection.
I do not take video during every inspection, but when I do you will also be provided with a copy of the video.
It takes only a few seconds to plug a tester in to see if an outlet functions, is grounded, and, if it’s a GFCI model, is safe. It is quite usual for me to take more than 200 photographs during an inspection, and sometimes far more than this.
Using photography enables me to slow down and home in on defects.
To keep a license, 21 hours of approved continuing education coursework must be completed every two years.
My own path to becoming licensed included completing an additional 118 hours of approved coursework and passing Inter NACHIs own examination in addition to the state exam.The following is an FAQ regarding your home inspection, but if you have any questions that are not on this list feel free to contact me.Feel free to contact me with any questions that you may have about my services or to schedule a home inspection.All Louisiana home inspection applicants are required by the LSBHI to complete additional field training prior to submitting their license application.This training is also offered through the Desktop Training School.You will be charged by credit card on completion of the inspection but prior to delivery of the inspection report.Yes, I am licensed in New Hampshire, license #00562.Once you have enrolled in the class, you will have unlimited access to the course for one full year.This will allow you to go back through the courses for review at your leisure.I am available Seven days a week and if you need an evening appointment then that's no problem, providing it's light enough to inspect the roof and exterior.If not, I can inspect the roof and exterior during the day and the remainder of the house at a time that suits you.