Saturday, February 27, 2021

Home Inspection Report Template

Never buy home inspection software again!

Home inspectors need to create accurate reports quickly and easily. Reporting software is often difficult to learn and use properly, and you never know what you might have missed. For most, it would be a lot easier to work in a familiar program like Microsoft Word. And now you can. A complete Home Inspection Template (HIT) is available for Microsoft Word 2003 and 2007. The basic template is 40+ pages long, and can be easily modified to suit your company's needs and business image. Cut your report writing time in half. Generate your home inspection reports immediately.

The Home Inspection Template (HIT) is priced at only $39.95. This one-time, affordable purchase allows you to generate as many reports as you need without any additional expense. After purchase, the template package can be downloaded immediately and modified inside Microsoft Word. Customize the template with your company information, print it out to use as a checklist, or make all your notations directly in Microsoft Word and then print out the final report. Print as many reports as you like, and never have to pay for any piece of software, support program or upgrade again!

Report Follows ASHI Standards of Practice
HIT is a fully functioning home inspection report template that is used by home inspectors to convey the condition of residential properties. The template follows the ASHI Standards of Practice for inspectors, and is designed to meet the expectations of even the most demanding inspector while still controlling the expectations of the scope of the inspection that your are performing. And all text is easily editable to define your own personal Standard of Practice.

The report is laid out as follows:

  • Introduction
  • General Information About The Property
  • Roofing
  • Exterior
  • Structure
  • Heating
  • Cooling
  • Electricity
  • Plumbing
  • Insulation and Ventilation
  • Interior
  • Summary
  • Recommended Reading

Report Layout
In addition, each section starts with a general overview of the system, defining the ASHI standards for the particular system, extensively outlining what is covered and not covered by the Standards of Practice. Also included are general disclaimers recommending further evaluation of certain items in some specific sections, or recommendations for repairs or actions to be taken upon moving in.  Next, a decription of the system observed and any limitations that occurred are listed, followed by a checklist-like system of observations, as well as, narative comments. Finally, images can be added and commented on.

Using a professional home inspection report template that you can easily customize to meet all your needs and keep you protected is priceless. HIT has you covered.

How To Use The Templates
Using HIT couldn't be easier. The report is already formatted for Microsoft Word. All you need to do is fill in details from your notes and follow the reports industry standard guidelines. Make changes only where needed.

How to use Home Inspection Template:

  • Fill in the cover page and footer area with your business information
  • Save template so you don't have to enter this information ever again
  • Now choose "Save As" and save the template to your customers id (name, report no., etc)
  • Update general information specific to the home inspection (ie: address, weather conditions, etc)
  • Remove areas that may not pertain to this inspection
  • Customize the comments areas with your inspection notes
  • Add photos as required
  • Save and send the report to your customer

You will need a copy of Microsoft Word (version Word/Office 97 or later) on your computer to edit and print the home inspection report.

Sample report can be downloaded in pdf form below, and contains the cover pages and first three sections of the inspection. Purchased version contains full versions for both Microsoft 2003 and 2007, images and additional documents.

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