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Old 3/19/06, 11:09 AM
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Default Re: Phase inspections

Earl, I do 80% new construction "phase" inspections and 20% resale-other inspections. I would not recommend doing these inspections unless you are well versed in construction principles and practices, as well as codes. Best conditions, you should be code certified for building,plumbing, electrical, and mechanical, or combo certified for residential construction. This will give you credibility with your clients as well as the builders. New construction inspections can be scheduling nightmare and you must be able to be flexible and be able move your schedule around. Steve Taylor Taylor Inspection Services, Inc. Amelia Island, Florida www.taylorinspectionservices.com
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