Or, you can review a recap of our changes in procedure when conducting a home inspection:
Clients are being asked to not attend the inspections in person. We will call upon completing the inspection and review our findings with you. In addition, you will receive a detailed digital home inspection report on all of our findings.
Inspectors will use hand sanitizer before beginning any new inspection and will wash their hands for 20-30 seconds upon completion of a home inspection.
Inspectors will wash their hands throughout the inspection, as needed, especially following instances of touching high-traffic areas such as door handles or faucets. Hand sanitizer will be available to all inspectors to use in place of hand washing in the event hand washing is not an option.
Inspectors will bring their own hand towel or paper towels to dry their hands.
Inspectors will use disinfecting wipes (or equivalent) on door handles, light switches, faucets, etc.
Inspectors have been advised to be mindful of face touching and increase avoidance of touching their faces.
Inspectors will not shake hands, bump fists, or conduct any other physical form of greeting.
Inspectors will wear a mask while on the premise if requested by the seller/client.
Inspectors who are ill, including having a fever and/or a cough, or are not feeling well will not be allowed to conduct an inspection.
InterNACHI COVID-19 Training
Each of our inspectors has taken and passed the new InterNACHI home inspector’s training for COVID-19. This course includes training and information on the following:
Description of COVID-19 and its symptoms
Description of how COVID-19 spreads
Choosing and implementing safe work practices
Applying safety guidelines to reduce the risk of exposure
The course goes over the following specific topics:
Symptoms of COVID-19
Emergency warning signs
How COVID-19 spreads
Steps all inspectors can take to reduce the risk of exposure
Develop an infectious disease preparedness and response plan
Prepare to implement basic infection prevention measures
Procedures for identifying sick people
Workplace flexibilities and protections
Safe work practices
Washing hands video
Four classifications of risk
Four things home inspectors can do to have a positive impact on their community
Our client’s health and safety are our top priority as well as continuing to serve the community who needs us. Home inspections are still a vital part of the real estate market, approval for home repair or renovations, and getting an insurance policy for your home. AcuSystem Inspectors will continue to provide inspections in several counties and cities throughout Florida. Below is a list of our service areas.
In addition to our adherence to CDC recommendations and above precautions, we will also be adhering to all city and county ordinances for face coverings as they apply to our business and services.