Looking for an inspector to inspect a new home build?
Start your research here for a new construction home inspector . Then check around and you won’t find another inspector that can do what Inspector Mike® does. Inspect every component in that new home.
Certified to inspect new homes since 2 Jun 2006. The first day that the new certification became effective. Inspector Mike® is also licensed as a home inspector. Again from the first day. However, Inspector Mike®’s specialty is new construction. There are over 1000 home inspectors from which to choose for existing homes – but only Inspector Mike®can be that new construction home inspector for you.
Why only Inspector Mike®? Only Inspector Mike®has passed all the required tests to perform inspections on new residential construction.
Home inspectors are limited to inspecting existing residential homes.
(H) “Residential building” has the same meaning as in section 3781.06 of the Revised Code but also includes the individual dwelling units within an apartment or condominium complex containing four or more dwelling units.
Looking for a Home Inspector? Pick one from this list ASHI.
“The standard home inspector’s report will cover the condition of the home’s heating system; central air conditioning system (temperature permitting); interior plumbing system; electrical system; the roof, attic and visible insulation; walls, ceilings, floors, windows and doors; and the foundation, basement and structural components.”
The key word is condition.
Inspector Mike®, while licensed to perform, does not perform home inspections any longer.
“I consider ASHI the premier home inspector accreditation available.” – Inspector Mike®
So what is the difference? Home – Code Inspector. They are all the same. Right?
No. Nothing could be further from the truth. There is a huge difference. A home inspector is limited to reporting on the condition of the home. A code inspector is looking and commenting on the installation of all the components of the home. Even among code inspectors there are differences. Some are only certified on one of the 4 specialties, building, mechanical, electrical or plumbing. Few hold all 4 certifications. Inspector Mike® is one of the few.
Canon of Ethics for home inspectors in Ohio.
Ohio Administrative Code/1301:17/Chapter 1301:17-1 | Procedures and Practices
(A) Article 1 – General standards.
(8) Licensees shall not represent a determination of compliance with Ohio residential, mechanical, plumbing, or electrical codes, specifically the existence of serious hazards as defined in rule 4101:8-2-01 of the Administrative Code. Licensees may recommend a client seek further evaluation and repair or remediation of suspected safety hazards by a certified or licensed professional. Such recommendations shall be in the home inspection report.
Effective: January 1, 2021, Promulgated Under:119.03
If a home inspector can’t tell you about the structural, mechanical, plumbing or any electrical issues, then why are the charging you hundreds of dollars?