Sample Report

Warning. My inspection reports are technically written. Both new construction and resale home inspection reports need to be technically written because they are intended to provide a detailed and accurate assessment of the property’s condition and any defects or issues that may need to be addressed. A technically written report includes specific details about the property, including the materials used, the condition of the systems and components, and any defects or issues that were found during the inspection.

A technically written report is important because it provides a clear and comprehensive record of the inspection that can be used by the home buyer or builder to address any issues or defects that were identified. It also provides a valuable tool for future maintenance and repairs, as it can be used as a baseline for assessing the condition of the property over time.

In addition, a technically written report helps to ensure that the home inspector is able to accurately convey the findings of the inspection to the client in a clear and concise manner. This can help to prevent misunderstandings or misinterpretations of the inspection findings and can help to ensure that the client has a full understanding of the condition of the property before making a purchase or moving in.

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Inspection Agreement 2021


NOTE: The sample reports may or may not be on the current TREC report form. The differences between the older and latest forms are insignificant.