Bilingual Inspection Report
Sections are in Spanish and English.
Inspection items are in Spanish and English
Styles and Materials are in Spanish and English.
Ratings or Column headers (Inspected, Repair/Replace) are in Spanish and English
Report Intro (Comment key and definitions) are in Spanish and English.
Many comments in the library are in Spanish and English.
What are the benefits for our Spanish speaking Clients? They will recognize at the reading of the report those items rated as Repair/Replace. They will be know which item or component is being discussed and the general condition. They will know all the items or components that were in good condition as well.
We also include a copy of our “Now That You’ve Had a Home Inspection” Book in Spanish. We provide to our Clients our Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics both written in Spanish.
When you use Baker Inspection Group you offer your Spanish speaking Clients a much improved, more understandable and informative home buying experience.
100% INSPECTION SATISFACTION If at any time during the inspection you are not completely satisfied, let us know and we will either make it right or we will refund the inspection fee. CALL US FOR DETAILS!
FREE APPLIANCE RECALLCHEK While the inspector is at the home he’ll take down the model numbers for the major appliances including the hot water heater and the air conditioning unit to see if there are any recalls. Click here to view
FREE HOME ENERGY AUDIT While the inspector is at the home he will collect about 40 data points related to energy. He will then estimate the home’s yearly energy usage, pinpoint potential energy inefficiencies, develop recommendations for energy improvements and determine your potential energy savings. Click here to view
FREE $10,000 HONOR GUARANTEE InterNACHI will pay up to $10,000.00 for the cost to replace personal property lost during an inspection or stolen by a member who had displayed the Honor Guarantee web seal on his/her inspection business website.
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FREE "NOW THAT YOU'VE HAD A HOME INSPECTION" BOOK This book will guide you through the systems of a typical house, how it works, and how to maintain it. You will learn what to monitor and what to look for as the house ages. This book works as a companion to our inspection report.
FREE REALTOR REFERRAL PROTECTION InterNACHI is so sure of its inspectors that it will indemnify any licensed real estate agent in an amount up to $10,000 if a third party successfully sues the agent for negligent referral of an InterNACHI inspector. This protection is offered at no cost to agents who register.
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