ASHI Reporter October 2018, Feature

The Unknown Underground

Many people don’t think about requesting a sewer line inspection to check the home’s sewer lateral lines; however, sewer line issues can wreak havoc on the homebuying process and on achieving a dream home.

By: Morgan Trouard Member Exclusive
ASHI Reporter October 2018, Feature

Managing Risk Claim 2: Roof Damage

Second only to general water damage claims, roof damage claims—especially claims alleging roof leaks—are one of the most common claims against home inspectors.

By: InspectorPro Insurance Member Exclusive
ASHI Reporter October 2018, Feature

Technical Focus: Condensing Appliances Present An Additional Consideration For Home Inspectors

The use of high-efficiency appliances—specifically gas- or liquid petroleum (LP) gas-fired boilers, furnaces and water heaters—is on the rise in North American homes and the trend will continue to accelerate in the years to come.

By: Mike Bernasconi Member Exclusive
ASHI Reporter October 2018, Feature

Assessors in Action: Gordon Glidden

In the year that led up to that event and every day since, Gordon has been using the Home Energy Score to produce happier customers, and a better bottom line for Inland Lakes Inspection Services in the Metro Detroit and mid-Michigan areas, where he’s been inspecting homes for 20 years.

By: ASHI Staff Member Exclusive
ASHI Reporter October 2018, Feature

Setting Up an Online Booking System

Online booking systems make great sense. In this article, we will look at the “why” and the “how.”

By: Carson Dunlop Member Exclusive
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