How to Find A Stucco Hardcoat or EIFS Home Inspector or Inspection Company
Ask the stucco hardcoat and eifs inspector how long the company has been in business.
Ask the stucco eifs inspector how long he or she has worked at the company.
Check with the Better Business Bureau to see if any complaints have been filed
against the stucco inspection company.
Ask if the stucco inspector is a certified MoistureFree stucco inspector
as well as any local or state organizations.
Ask if the stucco inspector or inspection company has other
accreditations such as EDI, ASHI, interNACHI, NAHI etc.
If you need both a home inspection and stucco inspection use an inspector that
is qualified to do both instead of hiring 2 inspectors.
Check the stucco inspector's vehicle for official, professional
Be sure the stucco inspector has an office in your area.
Ask if the stucco inspector is part time or full time or uses a helper
that takes moisture readings and is that person certified.
Ask if the stucco inspector's methods are approved by MoistureFree or
some other credited association like EDI etc.
Ask about inspection guarantees. Be suspicious of any life time guarantees.
Ask to see an insurance certificate if you’re having a home inspection. If you
are just having a stucco inspection an insurance certificate is not required but
Ask for suggestions from friends
and relatives. Real estate agents are also good sources.
The standard home inspection does
not qualify for a MoistureFree Warranty. Does the stucco inspector have the
correct testing equipment? (Wetwall Detector, Moisture Probe Meter). Infa-Red
Meters do not qualify.