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First ensure the guy doing the inspection is actually licensed; it's not uncommon for someone to go around with an invalid or expired license and basically committing fraud. Make a call to the agency who manages the license to double check. You may be able to find a list online of everyone who has a license in your area. Besides the issues you mention there ...


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No warranty is generally provided. A record of inspection is provided, with notes about what was checked and the readings that were recorded at the end of the adjustment procedure. If you have been (as it would appear) in the habit of adjusting your furnace yourself, the fact that a licensed and insured service technician has looked at it in no way protects ...


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Bring in an engineer. The termite inspector's job is to tell you that there is damage and where. The engineer's job is to tell you how that affects the building and what can be done about it. (A home inspector likewise is generally tasked with pointing out what's an issue rather than telling you how big an issue it is, though you can sometimes read between ...



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