Tag Archives: Home Inspector business

Home Harmony Hacks: Tips for a Unique Brand in Service Provision

Standing out from the crowd in today’s ever-evolving service provider industry requires a balance of innovation, customer orientation, and uniqueness. For brands aspiring to distinguish themselves in home services sectors like home inspections and home services, here are four critical tips on achieving Home Harmony — offering tailored solutions that resonate uniquely with customers. Tailoring […]

Shop Black Friday Deals on Home Inspection Tools and Equipment!

Happy Thanksgiving. We have found over a dozen great Black Friday deals on everyday tools and equipment. There is no better time to add to your collection. Homeinspectology is an Amazon Affiliate. Some commission might be earned through the purchase of these products.

Beware of the hidden dangers of a low inspection fee.

As a home inspector, there may be many reasons why you might charge a low-ball rate for your services, but you shouldn’t! Aside from the fact that it hurts the industry as a whole, it likely hurts you as an inspector as well. Reasons why a home inspector should not charge a low-ball rate for […]

Boost Your Marketing With These Innovative Ideas!

With homes sales down and interest rates up, home inspectors are looking for creative ways to get more business. In the competitive world of home inspection, effective marketing strategies can make all the difference in attracting clients and growing your business. To help you stay ahead of the curve, we’ve put together five ideas for […]

The most recommended flashlight! A homeinspectors guide.

The following are the most recommended flashlights by other home inspectors. There is also a chart at the bottom to compare lumes, beam distance and price. Homeinspectology has not reviewed these, nor do we endorse any of these products. Fenix Flashlights Coast Flashlights Streamlight Olight Ledlenser Nitecore Quick Comparison Chart Model Lumens Beam Distance Price […]

Why good narratives are important in the home inspection report.

A properly prepared home inspection report serves the client by providing accurate, clear, useful information about the condition of a property. A good home inspection report also benefits the home inspector by providing a superior service to his/her clients. Writing up a home inspection report has been made easier by using one of the many […]

These are the most recommended Gas Leak Detector by home inspectors

The gas leak detector is one tool that inspectors may want to have in their tool bag, but not without some controversy. Some inspectors feel their nose is the best detector, some rely on soapy water to find the gas leak. Consider reading this if you want to know if you should be using a […]

Telescoping ladders. Love them or leave them?

The number one question a home inspector has when it comes to tools is…what is the best ladder. That’s right, this question is asked all the time. But is there really a best ladder? Let’s stick to the most recommended ladder. And note, this is not a review of the ladders, just an informative post […]

Why Did That Chimney Fail?

by Tom Feiza, Mr. Fix-It, Inc. How to Operate Your Home (www.htoyh.com) Any crumbling or other damage to chimney masonry can easily be attributed to water. Once water enters the brick and mortar, freeze and thaw cycles occur. Water expands when it freezes, breaking apart brick, mortar and even concrete.  Masonry chimneys are exposed to […]

Get Your Home Inspection Marketing Going!

You completed your home inspection training, you have your state license (if required), you set up your company, you’re ready to roll. But how are you planning to get your phone to ring? That seems to be the big question we see and hear all the time. New inspectors, as well as established inspectors, seem […]