The Work Of A Home Inspector

1253 Words May 4th, 2015 6 Pages
It’s just a normal afternoon for a family of three but in a new beautiful home. The parents are watching television the daughter is drawing with crayons in her coloring books. A couple hours go by, the daughter isn’t feeling too well she’s pale and vomiting. The parents take her to the hospital. It appears she was exposed to mycotoxin. Mycotoxin is mold produced from the microfungi, mycotoxins are capable of causing disease and death in humans and animals. Luckily, the daughter will recover and be fine. The family goes back home searches around to find where the mold might be. Turns out the home inspector that the real-estate agent recommended for the family’s home didn’t do the job in all-seriousness. That’s where Paul Collins believes in acting with full honesty and courteous to a customer, so families don’t have to be in situations like this family of three. Paul Collins is the owner of his company “CADRE PROFESSIONAL INSPECTIONS, LLC.”
The work of a home inspector can have some struggle to it. The competition from real-estate agents and their own home-inspectors versus home-inspecting companies alone like Paul’s own company does get hectic. Yvette Hammett author of Finding right home inspector key in spotting future headaches explains “A good home inspector is searching for expensive future repairs, such as a roof that is near the end of its normal life span, water intrusion in wood frame walls and safety concerns, like too-steep or rickety staircases, Cramer said. The…
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