Q3 and Q4 Article Survey Basic InformationPlease provide your name as you would like to see it in our articles.Name* First Last I consent to my answers being quoted and shared.* Agree ExperienceWe will use the following section to determine which of our articles could use your expertise. Please only select topics about which you are familiar.Ancillary Services*Which of the following inspections do you perform? Select all that apply. Pool & Spa EIFS Sewer Scope Energy Audits Septic Carbon Monoxide None Ancillary Services Questions*1. When and why did you start offering these inspections? 2. What investments did you have to make to start offering these inspections? 3. When performing these inspections, how do you best manage risk?Additional Topics*Which of the following topics do you have advice on? Select all that apply. Walking away from inspections Crawlspace safety Multi-inspector firms Flipped homes If carrying insurance makes you a target Reasons clients file claims None Questions about walking away from inspections:*1. When and why have you walked away from an inspection? Please give an example. 2. How often does this happen for you? How often do you think this happens in the industry at large? Questions about crawlspace safety:*1. For you, what do you consider an inaccessible crawlspace? Do you have any “hard no’s”? 2. What are the biggest safety issues with these inspections? How do you personally keep safe while inspecting a crawlspace? 3. Do you think crawl bots are worth investing in? 4. Do you think locale affects your pricing? 5. What advice do you have for other inspectors on this topic?Questions about multi-inspector firms:*1. What is your process for training inspectors? 2. Do you have set safety procedures for employees? 3. How did you set up your multi-inspector firm? 4. How do you manage risk as a multi-inspector firm? 5. What advice do you have for others wanting to start a multi-inspector firm? Questions about flipped homes*1. What are the biggest issues you run into with flipped homes? 2. How does inspecting a flipped home differ from a regular residential home inspection? 3. How do you manage your risk inspecting a flipped home? 4. What advice do you have for other inspectors regarding flipped homes? Questions about insurance making you a target:*1. Do you think carrying insurance makes you more likely to receive claims? 2. How does insurance bring you peace of mind? Questions about why clients file claims:*1. Have you ever received a claim? If so, give a brief description of the situation. 2. In your opinion, what are the top reasons clients file claims? Why? 3. How can inspectors avoid these situations?