JULY 2012
ASHI Reporter July 2012, Feature

The Word: Deficient Reporting

The Word's subject this month is deficient reporting. The Word finds this subject interesting because deficient reporting is a common reason why inspectors get into trouble. Deficient reporting is a problem that hurts not only individual inspectors, but also hurts the industry.

By: Bruce Barker read full article
ASHI Reporter July 2012, Feature

Editor's Note: Fortitude

This was an interesting year for National Hockey League fans. As we were finishing up this issue of the magazine, the Los Angles Kings were capturing their first Stanley Cup — ice hockey’s equivalent to the Super Bowl or the World Series — after a 45-year drought. Hockey and home inspection

By: Sandy Bourseau read full article
ASHI Reporter July 2012, Feature

Let's Talk Three-Phase

Just when you thought you had this electrical gig kinda figured out, someone has to put a fly in the ointment and start talking about that three-phase stuff!

By: Mike Twitty ACI read full article
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ASHI Reporter July 2012, Feature

Opinion: IBHS Urges States to Adopt Requirement for Residential Fire Sprinklers

The International Code Council’s model residential building code includes fire sprinklers as mandatory safety features in new one- and two-family homes beginning in 2011.

By: (IBHS) Institute for Home and Business Safety read full article
ASHI Reporter July 2012, Feature

Don't Inspect for Pests – Sued Anyway

Even if your inspection specifically excludes wood-destroying insects/organisms (WDI/WDO), that does not stop an irate homeowner from suing you if a problem arises.

By: Isaac Peck read full article
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