5 More Ways You Can Grow Your Home Inspection Business

- Take every digital opportunity that you have to reach customers. You need a website, and you should use social media regularly. If they can find you and schedule an appointment anytime, night or day, you’ll get more work than if you only take calls during business hours. How are your marketing skills? If yours consist of a business card and your company name on the side of your vehicle, there’s work to be done. . If you have the time, think about starting a blog ..More

  • House Inspection Pearland, TX
  • Termite Inspector Trenton, NJ
When Should a Home Inspector Recommend Ductwork Cleaning?

- And in most cases, dust won’t be a serious problem. Most of the homes that you inspect will probably have some dust inside the ductwork. . Mold and pest debris are something different, but it’s challenging for a home inspector to find enough proof to support a recommendation ..More

  • Septic Inspectors Ogden, UT
  • Air Quality Inspectors Sioux City, IA
How to Choose a Great Logo for Your Home Inspection Business

- Don’t fall into that trap. . Many designers offer logo services on the side of their day job and they might charge less than you think. Since you probably aren’t an artist or graphic designer, you might be tempted to skip the logo or wait until you can hire a pro. If that’s still out of your price range, you can find inexpensive basic logos through several online services ..More

  • Commercial Septic Inspection Sandy Springs, GA
  • Sewer Inspection Cost Suffolk, VA
How Do Your Certified Home Inspector Reports Stack Up Against the Competition?

- IEEE Professional Communication Society says plain language is effective communication that’s geared toward the audience, not the content of the message. . Check out before and after examples of effective communication at plainlanguage. If your reports read like a trade magazine, you might need to practice plain language writing. gov ..More

  • Septic Inspection Whittier, CA
  • Infrared Inspection Services Racine, WI
3 Ways You Can Educate Homeowners for a Better Inspection Process

- For example, maybe there’s a stack of old plastic tubs in the basement that they haven’t moved in years. . Or maybe the attic is filled with out-of-season clothes. In just a minute or two, you could alert sellers to points that they’d never considered. Explain the inspection process and let them know where you’ll need access and you’ll have a better shot at a thorough home inspection ..More

  • Hvac Inspector Newton, MA
  • Termite Inspectors Avondale, AZ

Homeowner Resources & Services

Ask An Expert - Forums On Home Issues
See All
requestaquote Get Free Quotes callnow 888-506-9527