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The Massachusetts Home Inspector Standards of Practice (SOP) is unique from other States. Read the blog for insight on what makes a MA Home Inspection different from other States.

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2009 

A Home Inspector License will be required to perform a Home Inspection in New Hampshire as of January 2010. The website for the NH Board of Home Inspectors is http://www.nh.gov/jtboard/homeinspectors.htm What is a NH Home Inspection? “Home inspection” means the process by which an inspector visua...
07/17/2009
The Massachusetts website has an easy to use web page for finding a home inspector in your area, or other licensed professional like, real estate salesperson, plumber, electrician, etc. The website http://www.mass.gov/ has a section called Locate A Licensed Professional at the following link http...
07/17/2009
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Buyers might hear the term "air gap" when a home inspector is inspecting a house.  There are configurations when an air gap is good and configurations when an air gap is bad.  There might be an analogy to cholesterol here. A configuration when an air gap is good is the plumbing system.  An air ga...
07/15/2009
At the July 15, 2009 Massachusetts Board of Home Inspectors meeting, the topic of Home Inspector Brochures in Real Estate offices was discussed.   As you might imagine all types of arguments were made for and against the practice.  Additionally there was quite a bit of speculation and generalizat...
07/15/2009
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The Massachusetts Home Inspector Standards of Practice (SOP) is unique from other States. Read the blog for insight on what makes a MA Home Inspection different from other States.