Interview all occupants of home during inspection

By |  August 23, 2017

Mark House, Director of Marketing, Noble Pine Products

When inspecting a home for the first time, along with a complete venue “look-see,” make it a point to interview as many occupants or family members as possible.

Each person, depending on age, sex, educational level, etc., may have a different description of what’s been biting them at 2 a.m. While the 8-year-old son may remember a T-Rex coming in through the window and gnawing on his arm, the 11-year-old daughter might think she saw a small mouse wiggling up her leg under the covers coming from the direction of the doorway to the hall.

It could be that the father actually saw what looked like “an apple seed with legs” disappearing under some baseboard molding on the wall.

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About the Author:

Joelle Harms is the digital media manager for PMP magazine and its parent company, North Coast Media. Harms can be reached at jharms@northcoastmedia.net or 216-706-3780.

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