|I'm not expensive., but home repairs can be. If you're shopping for the cheapest inspector, ask yourself what a $50 or $100 savings will mean to you when you hire an inspector that's not looking out for you. I try to be competitive, but my goal is high quality inspections.|
I'm happy to perform a follow-up inspection for you if you hired me to perform the original inspection. However if repairs were made by a qualified contractor (licensed, bonded and insured) who provided receipts and/or a warranty, it's my opinion that you don't need a follow-up inspection. If the property owner is not willing to have repairs made professionally, then you may want to negotiate a lower sales price and instead have repairs made by contractors you choose.
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If you do choose to have a follow-up inspection performed, I request that receipts and/or work orders for the repairs be provided to the inspector, and that you designate which specific, numbered items from your report you wish to have evaluated.