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i-Inspect is still working. As part of a real estate transaction, we are considered essential (along with Real Estate Agents and Buyers). But, COVID is still a thing. At i-Inspect, we’re taking a very cautious approach to this disease. We’ve taken courses in safety. We are not encouraging Client’s to be with us on inspections at the time being. We won’t tell you to leave, but we may offer you a mask and gloves. Please don’t bring the family. If the home is occupied, we will wear masks, gloves and booties to both prevent leaving anything behind and to prevent picking up anything while we are there.
Come Friday morning (May 1st), Florida is opening up some of our businesses again. We hope this helps our local economy and our small business owners. These are indeed interesting times. May the month of May bring you good tidings.
We’ve not been idle.
I think a lot of us have not been as busy as we’d like to be. (If you have been, good for you.) Instead of watching Netflix, we’ve been investing in additional advanced education. The logo above is from Home Inspector University for the Advanced Pool Inspection course. Very intensive and goes way above and beyond the State’s Standard for pool inspections.
|The big story is Covid-19. As of today, we are still working and inspecting homes. Realty Associations, FABI and InterNACHI have gone to bat for the real estate industry to keep us working. People are still moving into Central Florida. They need homes. Home construction is still ongoing. They wouldn’t be building them if they could not sell them.|
|i-Inspect has trained for COVID-19|
We’ve taken additional training for your and our safety from this virus. Because of the contagious nature of COVID, we are adding additional personal protective equipment for occupied homes. Gloves, masks and shoe booties will be worn in occupied homes for our and the occupant’s safety.
In addition, we are asking our clients and realtors to please not be in the home while we are inspecting. If the client wants to show up at the end of the inspection for a summary, that is fine, but please don’t bring the family.
Thank you and we understand this is different from our normal operating procedures.