We have provided instruction manuals, guides, technical bulletins, and more listed below. These resources may provide additional insight and serve as a great reference to reinforce issues found during a home inspection. Deficiencies related to systems and components found in the references below should not be viewed as an all-inclusive listing of deficiencies as a home inspection is not exhaustive. This is why it is important to follow recommendations made in the home inspection report in reference to further evaluation and repair for related items.
This document contains the requirements and limitations for Home Inspections completed in Florida.
This document contains proper deck construction, spans, fasteners, prohibited practices, and more.
This document contains the installation requirements for fiber cement cladding products.
A document from Schneider Electric explaining the repercussions of doubled neutrals under a single lug on terminal bars in panelboards.
This document lays out the installation requirements for EIFS (Exterior Insulation and Finish System) wall cladding.
This I-joist installation guide lays out the proper installation for engineered joists (I-joists), as well as prohibited practices.
This installation guide describes the requirements for the installation of adhered manufactured stone veneer.
This article explains the importance of GFCI protection, how it works, and a timeline of when and what locations in your home it is required.
This document explains ungrounded receptacles, the importance of having a ground, and proper replacement options.