Four Point Inspections and Roof Survey Inspection Training (16 Hours)

 
All insurance carriers require inspections of their policies when the insured’s premises are greater than a certain age, typically ranging from 25 years and older. Insurance agents and carriers want accurate data, and as such Inspection Depot has developed their training program around the experiences of thousands of inspections to combine both the roof condition surveys with 4 point inspections, whereby inspectors will be taught the requirements of both inspections in one program.

Inspectors will learn how to analyze electrical systems, plumbing systems, roofing systems, and HVAC systems and reporting to ensure the protection of the policyholder and insurance carriers is maximized. This program will also review the typical underwriting guidelines such as those of Citizens Property Insurance, covering all aspects of building services and updates, roof verification forms, etc. Most importantly inspectors will be able to complete the roof survey inspection and a 4 point inspection.

The cost of this two day training program is a fraction of the inspection revenue you can generate.

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Course Outline for Four Point Inspections and Roof Survey Inspection Training

 
General Information
Module 1: General Information
The introductory section of the training program will explain the objective of a four point inspection and roof survey inspection training program for insurance purposes.
Exterior Inspection
Module 2: Exterior Inspection
This module covers the exterior conditions to be inspected during the course of a 4-Pt Inspection and roof survey and includes components such as exterior sidings, windows, doors, hazards and other conditions that may affect the policyholder and insurance carrier. A brief overview of the various types of structures associated with the Florida Residential Homes is also included in this module.
Roof Inspection
Module 3: Roof Inspection
This module will cover an overview of the various types of roof coverings and the information relevant to the insurance policy. It will also outline how to obtain additional information such as permitting, manufacturers’ information or other relevant documentation associated with the home being inspected and required for insurance purposes. This module also covers attic inspections which includes roof structures, and goes through typical conditions that are found with each roof type. At the end of this module inspectors will be able to identify and complete roof conditions and components and complete a roof survey report required for insurance purposes.
Plumbing
Module 4: Plumbing
An overview of both the distribution and the waste drainage system is included as part of this module. Particular attention will be drawn to those components or fixtures which are known the cause problems within the insurance industry such as polybutelyne piping, washer and dryer connections, amateur alterations or installations, to mention a few. Safety issues are also included which include cross-contamination, improperly installed water heaters, or aged and deteriorated systems which cause potential leakage hazards.
Electrical Review
Module 5: Electrical Review
This module includes an overview of how to inspect the electrical system which includes service masts, service drop, electrical panels and sub-panels, receptacles and light switches, conductor types and methods, in addition to typical findings and types of wiring components such as knob and tube, Romex, BX cabling, etc.
HVAC
Module 6: HVAC
This module will review the typical components required of a 4-Point Inspection from a mechanical perspective and includes heat pump systems, gas appliances, gas log or other open flame source appliances, gas tanks and locations, flammable fuel piping systems and other components that are relevant to the insurance industry. This module also covers an overview of how to identify conditions that may be hazardous to both the policyholder and insurance carrier.
Interior
Module 7: Interior
This module provides an overview of what areas inspectors need to understand to help identify issues associated with insurance policies. These include but are not limited to, leakage stains on the interior, potential leakage hazards underneath sinks, washing basins, bathrooms, amateur repairs or alterations, etc.
 
16 Hour Four Point Inspection and Roof Survey Inspection Training Schedule
 

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