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Anonymous 2014-10-02 18:22:07 No.705702

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Tomorrow I'm going to a house we're almost certainly buying. We've been there two times to check things out but tomorrow is the "inspection" day with official inspector. I don't know if there's a proper name for these things.

Anyways, estate agent hired the inspector and that is pretty alarming. I'm there during the inspection and was wondering if there's stuff I should pay close attention to?
Foundation, plumbing and insulation is solid, that much I know. What are the most important things to consider? I'm most concerned about mold hiding somewhere and becoming an issue down the line.

Anonymous 2014-10-02 20:36:02 No.705744
Inspectors don't know anything and aren't liable for anything. As posted in another recent thread, hire a plumber, electrician, and a general contractor for an hour or two each to look at everything.

Anonymous 2014-10-02 20:57:35 No.705750
mold is no problem. it's a symptom of a damp problem. which would mean a foundation or plumbing/roofing plumbing problem. you dont need to worry about secret hiden mold.

just hire a building inspector who also happens to be a master builder. dont know how it works in your country but master builders here are the ones who are qualified to operate a team of labourers and oversee the construction of highrise buildings. so pretty much the highest qualification for a tradie.

Anonymous 2014-10-02 21:26:05 No.705754
In my country to be a qualified inspector you need to have ridiculous amount of experience(so they're usually masters), do atleast 20 inspections per year and study once a year.

>mfw tried to get a job as an inspector and they pretty much laughed to my face

Anonymous 2014-10-03 01:04:33 No.705832
In the us, you need to take a semester long course and get a license. Then you find some legal documents that say you're not liable for anything ever, even if he missed that asbestos air vent and subsiding foundation

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