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What is your typical process for working with a new customer?I first find out what level of inspection services are needed. Every situation is unique and I tailor my services to the needs of my client.
What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?To become a licensed home inspector in Kentucky, I must: #1 Complete an approved pre-licensing course #2 Pass a state exam #3 Follow a Standards of Practice approved by the State of Kentucky Each licensee who renews a license in KY is required to have 14 hours of Continuing Education. Per Kentucky amendments to 815 KAR 6:010 (effective Sep 4, 2015) regarding Continuing Education requirements are: (3) Prior to renewal, the continuing education shall include a minimum of: * Three (3) hours in manufactured housing (face-to-face); *Three (3) hours in KRS Chapter 198B and 815 KAR Chapter 6 (face-to-face); * Three (3) hours in report writing (face-to-face); and * Five (5) hours in technical courses, including identification and determination, as applicable within the standards of practice.
How did you get started doing this type of work?I was “inspecting” homes for my self while I was Renovating and Flipping houses. Pretty soon my friends who were flipping houses asked me to look at the homes they were interested in buying. I kept thinking I should be in the inspection business. While I was helping my mother look for rental property several years ago and her Real Estate agent told me that I would make a good home inspector. It was based on that agents feedback that I decide to pursue Home Inspecting full time.
What questions should customers think through before talking to professionals about their project?#1 Are you licensed, and is your license in good standing with the state? #2 Are you insured and do you meet the states insurance required coverage? #3 What is in your background that helps qualify you as a Home Inspector.