Code of Ethics

Code of Ethics   The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI®) promotes a high standard of professionalism, business ethics and inspection procedures. InterNACHI® members subscribe to the following Code of Ethics in the course of their...

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Home Inspection Standards of Practice

We, InspectTN Home Inspections, adhere to a specific Standards of Practice. You can view and download said standards using the PDF link below. ** In the event that the Standards of Practice PDF attached on this post differs from the one located on the InterNACHI/NACHI...

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To downspout or not to downspout?

This really shouldn’t be a question but for some reason it seems to be to some folks. I just left an inspection that had settlement (stair step) cracks in the block on all four corners of the house. ALL of these cracks could have been avoided and I could have not...

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Seriously, clean your gutters

I see it more often than I should when doing home inspections. I find some moisture in the block in a crawlspace or basement and more often than not I can walk strait around to that side of the house and find a full gutter that is leaking right or just up from that...

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Home inspection….Blog?

My lovely marketing and website person has asked me to write a blog. Now I have lots of ideas and witty banter to write about, but not necessarily about doing home inspections. I love doing them and I love the idea behind it, it’s just not a very exciting topic to...

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