Many times when your home is being sold, a purchasurer or buyer will require a home inspection. It could save you time and money and is advisable to have a pre inspection to begin to address items that need to be repaired prior to an accepted offer. Here is a list of things to pay attention to.
Do you have a current license? (Inspectors are not required to be licensed in every state.)
How many inspections of properties such as this do you do each year?
Do you have a list of past clients I can contact?
Do you carry professional errors and omissions insurance? May I have a copy of the policy?
Do you provide any guarantees of your work?
What specifically will the inspection cover?
What type of report will I receive after the inspection?
How long will the inspection take?
How long will it take to receive the report?
How much will the inspection cost?
When was your boiler last serviced?