At Mirowski Inspections, we believe that following these ethical principles is essential to providing our clients with the highest level of service. We are committed to upholding these principles in all of our inspections, whether for residential or commercial properties. If you have any questions or concerns about our code of ethics, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Objectivity: We approach every inspection with an open mind and avoid conflicts of interest that could compromise our objectivity. We disclose any relationships or financial interests that could affect our ability to provide an unbiased property assessment.
Professionalism: We conduct ourselves in a professional manner at all times. We are punctual, dress appropriately, and communicate clearly and effectively. We treat all clients with respect and courtesy.
Confidentiality: We protect the confidentiality of our clients and any sensitive information we gather during our inspection. We do not disclose any information about the property or its condition without the client's permission.
Honesty: We are truthful and transparent in all our client communications. We provide an honest assessment of the property's condition and do not exaggerate or downplay any issues we identify.
The Home Inspector Challenge
A home inspection may seem like a straightforward process, but it's actually very complex. It's like a general practitioner doctor has broad knowledge about many health issues. However, just as a doctor might refer a patient to a specialist, a home inspector may need to recommend further investigation by specialists.
During a home inspection, we have an audience that includes the buyer, their family, real estate agents, and the seller. We understand that it's important to perform well in front of this audience and that our report carries a lot of weight. It's a lot of pressure, but we take our job seriously.
We believe in being honest and professional with everyone involved in the process. This includes the buyer, seller, listing agent, selling agent, and us. Our obligation is to the home and reporting its condition truthfully, even if it's not what someone wants to hear.
We understand that people often have unrealistic expectations of what a home inspection can do. We believe educating consumers on the scope and limitations of a professional home inspection is important. We are committed to being ethical, unbiased, and professional in our work and operate in good faith toward everyone involved.