Section 8.0 - Interior

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THE HOME GUIDE SYSTEM - SECTION 8.0 - INTERIOR

INTERIOR INSPECTION OVERVIEW
The interior inspection is the last portion of the Home Guide Report System. From the ceiling to the floor, all elements are covered.  The power of The Home Guide Report System is derived from the fact that it was designed and used daily by home inspection professionals for nearly two years before it was released into the commercial market.  So when you browse through a section like Interior, you can be sure the items to be inspected are there because of careful evaluation and feedback from practical field experience.
FOUR-PART INTERIOR INSPECTION FORM
The VISIBLE CONDITIONS checklist alone provides the inspector with nearly 40 items.  Here are just a few of the many elements covered in the interior inspection: floor finishes, wall and ceiling finishes, fireplace set-up, windows, doors, etc.  Of course the addendum is available if extra space is needed for the Interior inspection notes, or for that matter, any other part of the report.
SCALED DIAGRAM OF THE INTERIOR
We provide the client and inspector with the option of a blank scaled diagram, which can be used on any room in the house, or the entire interior if need be.
CROSS REFERENCE GLOSSARY FOR INTERIOR INSPECTION
In the 11-page glossary section you will find a selection of diagrams that gives the clients an inside view of areas that normally are never seen.  The glossary covers many different window types, doors, fireplaces and more.  Let's say you recorded a problem like broken window seals, it could take more than four to five minutes to write down the explanation, but with The Home Guide, its covered in no time.