These were were part of the course content required Reports for the BCIT Home Inspection Courses.
Made a Copy of a Professional’s Home Inspection Report Checklist – This is the same Checklist the Instructor of BCIT Home Inspection Level 2 uses, he operated his Home Inspection business for years successfully with this Checklist. Includes: Scope of Work, Inspection Report, Maintenance Schedule. It took three difficult weeks to copy the design, the format and make all the checkboxes and intricacies of the report.
Chimneys and Fireplaces Inspection to United States and Canadian National Codes Standard Requirements – Dated 2010…..
61 pages. Includes: Index, Table of Contents, Glossary, Bibliography, Inspection of Fireplaces, Tables for Lintels & Flues, Inspection for Exterior Chimney, BCBC (BC Building Code) Fireplace Code Technicalities, Fireplace Clearances, Chimneys of a House, Factory Built Inserts.
Home Inspection Electrical Inspection to United States and Canadian National Codes Standard Requirements – Dated 2011…..
26 pages. Based on the book by Mr. Knight….Electrical Code Simplified – House Wiring Guide – by P.S. Knight = Based on the Canadian Electrical Code and the BC Amendments. Checklist covers all required Code checks from the Roadway to every part of the house.
The Home Inspection Code Checklist to United States and Canadian National Codes Standard Requirements – Dated 2012……
475 pages. Designed to do the Home Inspection from the ground up, from the exterior to the interior as the building process occurs. Each phase of the building process has its own Checklist. Notes and Recommendation spaces provided for each “sentence” of the Code. Each “Section” of the construction phase provided with Summary Pages to address Safety Issues and Causes of Concern and a Recommendation Page so that each phase can be fully documented as the building process occurs.
Includes and “is” the British Columbia Building Code, Part 9 for Dwelling Units…. word for word, comma for comma with “all” the thousands of calculations for each required measurement from the metric into the imperial measurement…..plus those inclusive acceptable measurements where applicable.
Provides a space for a checkmark or x mark for every possible way a mistake may have been made. This Home Inspector’s Checklist is Organized and Outlined so that each Part, each Section, is collaborated and numbered exactly with the BC Building Code itself: each Section, Subsection, Article, Sentence, Clause, Sub-clause…….and, a Table of Contents provides a page reference to each Section…..most Sections being a few pages each. Also provides the page number to the Appendixes of the other parts of the National Building Code so tracking and follow up can occur with more detailed explanations in a more time efficient manner than if using the BC Building Code itself.
Includes all Tables, Climatic Tables, Span Table Appendixes.
Includes also a special 14 pages of Conversion Quick Table References……for Code Measurements from the Imperial Measurements to the Metric Measurements……note that 97% of all Canadian construction is done in the Imperial (British, U.S. Canada) measurements…….as is Industry Manufacturing……therefore, these 14 pages are important references.
Includes: Sections – Exterior and Sections – Interior for easy quick reference. For example Section 9.23 applies to the Exterior: Wood-Frame Construction whereas for example, Section 9.32. applies to the Interior: Ventilation.
Includes: Agreement/Contract, Maintenance Schedule, Scope of Work, an 11 page Preface, Summary pages for notes and comments for each Section of the Inspection Report.