|Statement||Alan Carson and Robert Dunlop.|
|Genre||Handbooks, manuals, etc.|
|Contributions||Dunlop, Robert, 1953-|
|LC Classifications||TH4817.5 .C37 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||268 p. :|
|Number of Pages||268|
|LC Control Number||81018081|
This pro-level guide to inspecting a house is a tool for evaluating property inside and out. It includes a discussion of current building materials, heating, electrical and plumbing systems, foundations, and more. This book can help anyone determine the soundness of a house/5. This pro-level guide to inspecting a house is a tool for evaluating property inside and out. It includes a discussion of current building materials, heating, electrical and plumbing systems, foundations, and more. This book can help anyone determine the soundness of a house.5/5(5). "Inspecting A House" is a brief but very informative guide to basically assess the major components in the average home: appliances, mechanicals, plumbing, HVAC, walls, flooring, roofs, garages, etc/5. Total Home Inspection Checklist Use a checklist like this to make sure that you are looking at all parts of the house. Check off those items that are in good condition and make notes about those that are not. (Note that this list describes an ideal house, but in our experience no house is perfect –.
book also covers the inspection process and InterNACHI’s Residential Standards of Practice. This book is also a handy resource that inspectors can use on the job. It also serves as a study and review aid for InterNACHI’s How to Inspect the Exterior online course and exam. Authors: Ben Gromicko, Director of Education. Inspecting a House show you how to do it like a pro. Designed as a reference for home inspectors, Rex Cauldwell's easy-to-understand style of writing and richly illustrated text provide an A-Z checklist that home buyers and real estate agents alike will find indispensible. The small purchase price of this useful book can literally save you /5(47). ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages: illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm: Contents: Chapter 1 The Inspection Process 4 --Chapter 2 The Service Inspection 17 --Chapter 3 Siding, Doors, and Windows 48 --Chapter 4 Roofs, Gutters, and Grading 80 --Chapter 5 Foundations, Structural Supports, and . A home inspection generally takes two to four hours, but may take more time depending on the size of the house. Attend the inspection so you can explore your new home in Author: Peter Warden.
This guidebook, titled "BECOME A HOME INSPECTOR!" is an x 11 inch, page business manual that shows you all of the details on how to startup and operate a successful home inspection business. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes index. Description: pages: illustrations, form ; 21 cm: Responsibility: Alan Carson and. THE HOME INSPECTION BOOK is designed to serve as a learning tool as well as a reference guide. This professional guide is a comprehensive yet self-paced handbook covering both the practice and the business of home inspection addressing all the key areas associated with the business of home inspection in this rapidly growing : $ Residential real estate agents, home buyers and sellers also will greatly benefit from reading this lavishly illustrated new book. Cauldwell, a master plumber and master electrician, building.