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    Eric Van De Ven
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    posted October 06, 2006 12:31 PM
    Inspection News. com is a wealth of information for the beginning inspector as well as the seasoned inspector.
    It is also a useful source of information for home buyers as well as real estate professionals.
    The discussions are usually civil and on point pertaining to the issue at hand. The majority of the posters will bend over backwards to help anyone who asks.
    This is by far the most informative website on the net for those in the inspection business, those thinking about getting into the inspection business, and for those who may be purchasing a home.
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    posted October 06, 2006 02:39 PM
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    posted October 06, 2006 03:13 PM
    My wife calls InspectionNews.com my new mistress. If I'm not working, I'm on it.
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    Richard Stanley
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    posted October 06, 2006 03:55 PM
    Inspection news is like attending a home inspection training seminar everyday - almost.
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    John Arnold
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    posted October 06, 2006 04:15 PM
    InspectionNews.com is an invaluable resource for any home inspector. The only time I'm disappointed with it is those few times I log on and nothing new has been posted.
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    Bruce Thomas
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    posted October 06, 2006 04:17 PM
    Inspectionnews.com has given me the opportunity to meet people from around the country, talk to them in person and gain insight from the best in the business. It is a wealth of information from every angle.
    If you have a question or issue, someone here has already dealt with it and they are willing to share their knowledge and experience. You will gain insight, no matter what the issue.
    I find to be an excellent experience every time I log in.

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    Rick Hurst
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    posted October 06, 2006 04:17 PM
    Plus you don't have to eat those horrible seminar lunches, right Richard.
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    Dan Cullen
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    posted October 06, 2006 04:52 PM
    For the new home inspector Inspectionnews.com is like being apprenticed to dozens of the best people in the business. For experienced inspectors it is an invaluable resource that broadens and deepens our knowledge base. I recommend regular visits to Inspectionnews.com to all my Home Inspection students. Thanks Brian, for providing this priceless service.
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    Tim Moreira
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    posted October 06, 2006 05:04 PM
    I wish I had found this web site before I spent th three grand I payed to ITA. Their training was great but I honestly have learned tons more just from reading the posts here. I make it a point to log on every day and read every post.
    I will admit it gets a little addictive but I have learned so much.
    Thank you Brain.
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    Jerry Peck
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    posted October 06, 2006 07:41 PM
    Inspectionnews.com is absolutely the best place to learn, help teach, and exchange thoughts and ideas with other professionals.
    None of us are too old to learn from each other, and none of us are too new to teach another something new.
    Addictive? Of course not!
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    Erby Crofutt
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    posted October 07, 2006 05:10 AM
    In addition to all the other benefits Inspectionnews.com's message board has a searchable archive for specific questions or answers that contain a LOT of good advice that will probably never be repeated.

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    william siegel
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    posted October 07, 2006 06:42 PM
    For those of us that do not have a construction background, inspection news is the best resoucre available. There are both new and seasoned veterans on this board, and everyone is here to help and share information. This board is helping all of us to become better inspectors.
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    posted October 09, 2006 11:36 AM
    Inspection News is the best CEU's, 365 days a year!
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    posted October 11, 2006 02:08 PM
    Inspection news is a greatest learning tool in this industry that I've found.
    We home inspectors are sometimes isolated from our peers. Unlike regular jobs where you actually have co-workers.
    This site is a place to vent, ask questions, learn, laugh and share. I don't know what I would do without it.
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    posted October 11, 2006 02:47 PM
    Until InspectionNews came along, the relationship with my wife was void. We had little in common. Now we chat endlessly about girders, joists and rafters. Just the other day, we were holding hands while walking along the beach and debating the true value of tankless water heaters.
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    Simply put, I would not be as knowledgeable and confident in this business as I am today if it were not for this forum and the great people who inhabit this site.
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    Joe Griffin
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    posted February 10, 2007 08:55 AM
    As a long-time home inspector, I have not found another (free) resource that is as beneficial or educational as Inspection News.
    It provides positive feedback, constructive criticism, and a family atmosphere of learning and sharing amongst peers who have a common desire to grow their knowledge base.
    This sharing of information in turn helps countless thousands of others (homebuyers for instance) who unknowingly benefit from the experiences gleaned by it's users.
    KUDOS to Brian for his vision and commitment.
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    Jack Ahern
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    posted February 10, 2007 08:56 AM
    IN is the water cooler and break room in my office. Can always find some advice and always find an opinion. The HI business is a lonely business. The only local human contact is clients,Real Estate types,and competitors. This MB has saved my 64 year old a** a few times. I've adjusted my boiler plate because of this MB and I've adjusted my marketing. There are some very contentious,quality inspectors on this board.I'm happy we do not have to wade through political/religion discussions. This is good stuff!---keep it up!---thankx
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    Tony Mount
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    posted February 10, 2007 12:38 PM
    Brian Hannigan's Inspection News.com is the most comprehensive inspection forum on the web today. I have viewed other forums over the years and found that Inspection News.com is the most informative and user friendly site on the net. Inspection News is a must for Home Inspectors, Realtors, and anyone in the home building market for fast, accurate answers to just about any home problem, and related questions. Inspection News forum consists of thousands of like minded and some not so like minded people that insure you that you will get answers quickly no matter how trivial. I have been a member of Inspection News for over five years and log on daily to get the latest news, insights, recalls, laws and inspection resources all provided free of charge by Bryan. Inspection News is a part of my home inspection company and I' am looking forward to many years in the future with Brian and the members of Inspection News.com. Tony Mount
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    Ask your doctor about Inspection News.com.
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    posted February 10, 2007 03:09 PM
    Inspection News.com is probably the best site of it's kind available. Not only is it a wealth of information, but the congregation is for the most part a group of individuals I am proud to call friends.
    Of course there are a couple that fall into the category of "Oh yeah, I do know the name...".
    " A mega-awesome site"
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    posted February 10, 2007 03:32 PM
    I believe Inspection News is THE most read and THE most participated in forum by THE largest group of knowledge folks in the HI industry! It's also THE most fun! Post an inquiry and it is safe to say you will have a professional response and discussion in a few hours or less.
    To anyone who asks about becoming a home inspector I say, number one, visit Cost of Business and do the exercise to see if it is feasible for you and then, number two, drop by Inspection News and do some reading! THEN come back and see me.
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    posted February 10, 2007 06:56 PM
    Inspectionnews is one of the most important tools a home inspector, new or seasoned, can have in there bag.
    For the new inspector it's a place where no question asked is considered stupid and for the seasoned inspector it's a place to learn from teaching.
    Without a doubt Inspectionnews is the best home inspector forum on the web.
    And you don't even have to take a test to be a member!
    Thanks Brian, for the great website, and thanks to all you fellow inspectors who have answered my "dumb" questions and given us aall a place to learn and become better at what we do.
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    posted February 11, 2007 08:21 AM
    I find Inspection News . com to be quite informative.
    The additional insights to various problems found, as well as the clarifications made by the members are very helpfull.
    Any HI wanting to broaden his / her information base needs to be on this forum.
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    posted February 12, 2007 07:10 PM
    When I attended the Horry/Georgetown technical college to get my necessary CEUs for licensure, our instructor told us about Inspection News. He stated that the wealth of information on here would put what we learned in class to shame. He was right.
    This, is continuing education.
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    Inspection News is the leading edge in the home Inspection field. There is no course available to teach the wealth of information that is readily available here!
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    posted February 16, 2007 03:43 PM
    An amazing resource, so much opportunity to learn, and commiserate with other Home Inspectors.

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    If it weren't for IN I really think I would have given it up by now, It has helped me through things that could have been very frustrating if not for the knowledge and been there done that advice.
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    I spend a lot time here because its worth it. I've learned more from Inspection News than all other BB combined.
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    posted February 17, 2007 06:33 AM
    IN's big advantage is that it's primarily a site for inspectors (and ultimately, their clients), not a venue to promote the agendas of one or another of the "Professional Associations" and the egos of their leadership - it's mostly about how to best do your job and serve you clients, not about the endless politics and backbiting that often dilute the "educational" aspects of the association boards.
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    It seems odd to write a thank you to a site whose sole purpose seems to remind me daily of just how much I don't know.
    Part of my written business plan is to learn at least one new thing every day. IN is my usual starting point.
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    Brian, you need to post a warning.
    Caution: May be addictive.
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    Wow, has it grown. Hadn't paid attention since I just jump to the "New Posts" section unless I'm desperately searching for an answer to something.

    When I joined back in March of 2002, there were just a few hundred members.

    Now: 8,776 Members. Wow!!!

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    AND, you prune the member tree if their e-mail goes bad.

    You've got quite an accomplishment here, Brian.

    Thanks for making it possible for us. It's a great, if somewhat addicting, resource.

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    This site should come with a warning about addiction.

    I haven't left the house since 2003.

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    Default Re: InspectionNews Testimonials

    As I said before, this site IS NOT addictive.

    Does that mean I am not even at the first step for recovery?

    Let's see, last time it was:
    - Posts: 11783
    - Registered: Feb 2003
    - posted October 06, 2006 07:41 PM
    - That's 3-1/2 years to get to that many posts.

    Now it shows:
    - Posts: 10,635
    - Join Date: Mar 2007
    - posted April 29, 2009
    - That's 2 years to get close to the same number of posts as 3-1/2 years before.

    I still say the same thing:

    Inspectionnews.com is absolutely the best place to learn, help teach, and exchange thoughts and ideas with other professionals.

    None of us are too old to learn from each other, and none of us are too new to teach another something new.

    Addictive? Of course not!

    I still stand by that, and I still say "Addictive? Of course not!"

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    Brian:

    You should be ashamed the way you have taken all of these folks away from important activities like flossing their cats, jumping to conclusions and generally diddling away their time.

    In return they get a chance to actually learn something about their profession from a cadre of knowledgeable professionals from many different disciplines related to the building industry.

    The site has certainly been beneficial to me and I highly recommend it to anyone who is serious about learning the inspection profession.

    In your defense, it is not anymore addictive than let's say, well, uh, Margaritas on a hot Texas day.


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    Inspectionnews.com is absolutely the best place to learn, help teach, and exchange thoughts and ideas with other professionals.

    None of us are too old to learn from each other, and none of us are too new to teach another something new.


    Well said Jerry and true. Now, please tell me one more time what you call the part of the house that holds it up. That base thing, you know. Oh yeah, the foundation. I think I will write it down. Thanks


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    Default Re: InspectionNews Testimonials

    Posts and replies on this site should be applied to credits for continuing education as that is just what it is.


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    jumping to conclusions and generally diddling away their time.

    Well, some people are just doing it here instead of somewhere else!!

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    Inspection News is a great place to learn from Professionals across the Nation and a Great Place through the sponsors to find the Services and Tools of the Profession.

    It Might have Choked Artie But it ain't gone'a choke Stymie! Our Gang " The Pooch " (1932)
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    I am now in my 10th year of home inspecting, and it's a rare week when I don't learn something new on InspectionNews. As an information source for new or experienced inspectors, it's at the top of the list.

    How's that?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Brian Hannigan View Post
    Been a long time since anyone has said something nice
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    Quote Originally Posted by H.G. Watson, Sr. View Post
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    Thank you.
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    That's It ?

    No Glowing 9 Paragraph Rendition of This Be " The Bomb ! "?

    Not even mentioning That Inspection News is The Best and Only Place for The Home Inspection Industry to find Fast, Accurate Answers to the Constantly Changing and Challenging Environment.

    Nothing about Connecting with Home Inspectors, Various Renowned Experts and Cutting Edge Suppliers World Wide ?

    OK Your Right
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    IN is awesome. Greatest resource and board around for inspectors who do real inspections. Thanks, Brian

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    thanks brian

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    Inspection News is where you need to spend time if you're a home inspector and are serious about learning. I've been at this 12 years and learn something new here everyday. Thanks everyone who contributes and most of all.... Thanks Brian!


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    Inspection News is great.

    I gained information that I never could have received anywhere else.

    Thank you so much.

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    Inspection News is a testament to the efforts of Brian Hannigan. The forum provides an exceptional source for interaction of highly informed participants. Inspection News also offers an extensive reference source for those interested in the building and inspection fields. Brian has been able to create and maintain a format that is easy to use and without clutter found in so many other forums. Kudos to Brian.


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    To Brian and the gang. Thank you so very much.

    Like a good friend you were there when I needed you for help or a chuckle . I go to work knowing that I have a knowledge base a mouse click away. The knowledge gained here is real time, no bs from those doing it now. You cant learn this in class.

    Thank you all.

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    My job is to make sure there is no wrong information on the internet and stop here frequently to continue my mission.


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    I'm new to this site and to the profession. Definitely rookie H. I. status w/ some depth in electrical. Currently licensed in WA St as a Home Inspector and a Structural Pest Inspector. I'm here to learn, happy to find a site where experience can be shared and hoping I can reciprocate when possible.


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    It was a little intimidating for me at first to post here because everyone seemed to know so much. Not only was I a rookie, I was new to a field that didn't require as much training as HIs have. And I'm a woman, the only one that posts regularly. Yet people here went out of their way to make me feel welcome. I was proud when I discovered that I had something to contribute myself, and that people here liked and appreciated me.

    It's a really terrific bunch. A little rough around the edges sometimes, but altogether an awesome group of people.

    Brian is the one who makes it happen. He has developed the premier forum for HIs on the internet. And he's a good guy.

    Thanks everyone!

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    I'm starting to take this a little personal. It's been almost a year since the last testimonial.

    Please tell the world how great InspectionNews is. Many people read this when deciding to become a member.

    Come on, make me blush

    If you have already posted please do it again and I will then delete your old post so that this stays fresh and up to date.

    Thank you!

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    Inspection News is a testament to the efforts of Brian Hannigan. The forum provides an exceptional source for interaction of highly informed participants. Inspection News also offers an extensive reference source for those interested in the building and inspection fields. Brian has been able to create and maintain a format that is easy to use and without clutter found in so many other forums. Kudos to Brian.

    First there was sliced bread then came InspectionNews with Brian Hannigan.



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    Default Re: InspectionNews Testimonials

    Brian,
    Although I just told you in a recent e-mail I will tell you again. Inspection News is a great forum that I tend to learn something new from everytime I log in. The expertise of the other members is amazing.

    Galen L. Beasley
    Inspections Supervisor
    Housing Authority of Kansas City MO

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