Get the protection you need for conducting walk-throughs of residential and commercial properties by using InterNACHI’s new Walk-Through Agreement. Even though walk-throughs are less formal and don’t require you to generate a written report for your clients, you still need to be protected from any potential liability. We offer it as an editable Word.docx and a ready-to-download PDF.
How can inspectors tell if steel encased in concrete, such as rebar, is corroding? Click here to read “Detecting Corrosion in Concrete-Encased Steel.”
Bumps keys are used to access pin-tumbler locks using keys other than the ones originally produced for the lock. Inspectors should know how they work, and should inform their clients that they may need to upgrade their exterior door locks for added security. Click here to read “Bump Keys and What Inspectors Should Know About Them.”