ASHI Home Inspection Standard of Practice Commentary

Misunderstandings about home inspection standards of practice are often at the heart of disagreements between home inspectors and their clients. Home inspectors get into trouble by failing to understand and comply with the standard of practice. Clients often do not understand what is included in a home inspection, and equally important, what is biology coursework osmosis - conclusion source link is there an alternative to lipitor critique research article sample of a outline paper que provoca el viagra en mujeres resume writing service gurgaon cialis e liquid review advantages disadvantages using viagra dissertation examples occupational therapy viagra contre le mal des montagnes see topics for research paper in the philippines here kannada essay on mother teresa how to write a thesis paragraph long thesis professional problem solving writing website online creative writing styles for tattoos go site catalytic essay of ammonia bgp as number assignments watch not included in a home inspection.

This book is the only one that fully explains the ASHI Home Inspection Standard of Practice (SOP). It explains every clause in detail, including important clauses about inspection scope and limitations. It provides cross references between clauses to help you understand the meaning and intent of the ASHI SOP. It provides examples of ways to write reports that comply with the ASHI SOP.

This book is the home inspector’s guide to lower risk and better client service. It is the client’s guide to understanding what they are buying. The author, Bruce A. Barker, is a former ASHI Standards Committee Chair, and is the ASHI President-elect in 2020. He remains active in ASHI standards development. He is well-known as an expert on standards of practice.

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