Consumer and inspection article newly translated into French: La Sécurité Enfant Dans Votre Maison: 12 Dispositifs de Sécurité pour Protéger Vos Enfants (Child Safety/Child-Proofing Your Home: 12 Safety Devices to Protect Your Children)

For Canadian and other French-speaking members, post this InterNACHI article on your website, which has been newly translated into French and discusses a dozen common household hazards posed to children in the home and what families can do to mitigate them:  La Sécurité Enfant Dans Votre Maison: 12 Dispositifs de Sécurité pour Protéger Vos Enfants.

Inspection article newly translated into Spanish: Las llaves usadas en la técnica Bumping y lo que los inspectores deberían de saber sobre ellas (Bump Keys and What Inspectors Should Know About Them)

For inspectors who have Spanish-speaking clients, post this InterNACHI article on your website, which has been newly translated into Spanish and explains what bump keys are and what homeowners and inspectors should know about them:  Las llaves usadas en la técnica Bumping y lo que los inspectores deberían de saber sobre ellas.

New inspection article: Visual Inspection of Concrete

While home inspectors aren’t required to diagnose problems concerning concrete that they may discover at an inspection, learning about the properties of their constituents and the variables of their placement can aid inspectors in understanding some of the causes of cracks in foundations, floors, and the other structural elements of a home.  This knowledge can give inspectors an edge over their competition.  Read about it in our new article:  Visual Inspection of Concrete.