Utilizing An App Simplifies Your Home Inspection.
According to insurance adjusters, home inspections are by no means a walk in the park and they require meticulous attention to detail in order to produce a decent report which is as accurate as possible. Traditionally, especially after natural disasters, home inspections were conducted by unprepared and unskilled inspectors who did not possess the necessary tools for the job, bar a clipboard and camera.
Today, if you require a professional inspection of your home you would need to call on the services of a professional home inspector. If you are un-sure how to do this, simply conducting a search on Yelp and then reading their reviews should be a good start (eg. “Home inspections Huntington Station” or “Home inspector Huntington Station).
There are several property inspection apps on the market that insurance adjusters, contractors and insurance companies make use of which make the whole process incredibly easier. These home inspection apps are availa-ble at varying costs (some are free of charge, some relatively inexpensive and some of the complex ones a lot pricier). They can be conveniently downloaded onto tablets, smartphones and computers and they enable the inspector to collect photos, annotate them, make notes and audio and cre-ate a scope of work.
All the entries made by the adjuster or inspector are then collected to make the inspection report. Once the inspection report is complete (which literally takes a minute), the report is available online and can be sent to the client almost instantaneously in a professional, .PDF format. Due to the complexity and accuracy of inspection reports generated by property inspection software, contractors and insurance companies and now able to agree upon scope of works which is a great advantage.
Utilizing an app ensures that your inspection reports are more consistent and standardized, thereby giving a more professional image to your organi-zation. Moreover, it saves a lot more time, especially in the aftermath of a natural disaster. Additionally, property inspection software and applica-tions foster transparency between insurance companies, property inspec-tion agencies and their clients, which, in the long run, develops solid, strong and positive business relationships.
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