Inspecting What's Outside the Home

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Most homes have imperfections. Many of them are simple annoyances, but some of them represent very real hazards. These hazards are not only found inside the home. Aside from the usual walls, windows, roof and foundation condition, there is still much to examine on the outside of any house. As a housing inspector, any surrounding condition that affects the values or usefulness of the home should be included in your report. Potential issues can range anywhere from complications with drainage to encroaching root structures. This course will focus on these and other potential exterior hazards and will emphasize the ways in which these outdoors hazards may affect the long term health of a home.

Chapter list:

1. Some Basic Principles & Vegetation
2. Utility Service and General Access
3. Outbuildings, General Considerations & Outside Indicators of Inside Conditions
4. Course Summary Quiz