A replica of a home, as well as a host of training aids such as a roof, water heater, plumbing, electrical panel and appliances are utilized during training. It is specifically designed for AmeriSpec business owners and inspectors and illustrates what to examine when performing a quality home inspection. Parts of the house are fully functional, such as the kitchen and indoor lighting. In addition, used water heaters, furnaces, and air conditioning units are brought into the classroom, giving inspectors the opportunity to examine these important home systems and components.
Mold was noted as present in home. Evidently the full report was not reviewed by Carl
This one star is for Chris Rutledge, useless home inspector for Amerispec. His reports point out the obvious and his contract’s exclusions keep him “safe”. His attitude, that’s what motivates me to write this in hope that it will help someone out there avoid a possible disaster.
Chris and his son are great, very comprehensive, and they have superior knowledge compared to other inspectors I have worked with. Our family felt very well taken care of. We also liked there was 2 inspectors instead of one. 2 thumbs up!