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If a pest and dry rot inspection is desired or required and the buyer is obtaining a whole home inspection, the buyer should verify that the inspection obtained covers pest and dry rot and the inspector is properly licensed.The license status of home inspectors can be checked at:
Licensees ordinarily will not recommend a specific inspector.
This Advisory is designed to assist home buyers in meeting their obligation to satisfy themselves as to the condition and desirability of property they are interested in purchasing.
Common issues in real property transactions that home buyers often decide to investigate or verify are summarized in this Advisory.
The buyer, therefore, should make certain inspection for such materials is within the scope of any home inspection ordered by the buyer.
Similarly, homes may contain products in their systems or fixtures that are, or have been, subject to a recall, class action suit, settlement or litigation.
In addition to investigating or verifying these common issues, the buyer should tell the licensee with whom they are working about any special concerns or issues the buyer may have regarding the condition of the property or surrounding area.
Such special concerns are not addressed in this Advisory.
The buyer should, therefore, make certain inspection for such products is within the scope of any home inspection ordered by the buyer.
A real estate licensee can help the buyer find a suitable inspector.
Plumbing, heating and electrical systems, among others, may contain such products.
It is critical that a buyer carefully review any disclosures or representations of the seller regarding such products.
Before hiring an inspector, the buyer should check with the CCB to determine the inspector's current license status and whether there are any past or pending claims against the inspector. Buyers should not rely upon reports done for others (previous buyers and/or sellers), because the report may not be accurate and buyers may have no recourse against an inspector they have not retained.