I'm a generalist, not a specialist
While you should listen to your inspector, please understand they're generalists, not specialists, as both Miller and McGonigle point out. So if your home inspector identifies an issue, it's always a good idea to bring in a specialist in that sort of issue to get a more in-depth opinion." These auxiliary specialists include structural engineers, chimney inspectors, termite inspectors, waterproofing experts, roofers, mold remediation experts, lead inspectors, and radon inspectors.
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