Did you know that in the state of North Carolina all property based claims or punch list items must be resolved in the first year after work is performed? A certified flooring inspector report will help to facilitate a faster replacement or fix for your floor covering.
Don’t let your builder, retailer, or inspector wait on handling your claim! Any claims extending past one physical year may be subject to pro-rated percentages that may lower the value of your claim amount.
As an expert consultant and inspector certified by FCITS, Tony Jones has assisted with flooring damage claims since 1998. He is also the only certified moisture emission specialist in Eastern North Carolina. He is also trained in the art of spotting issues like wood floor buckling, lvt planks lifting, engineered wood popping, carpet matting and crushing. Contact Forensic Floors for help in filing your claim today!
The Certification and training of installers in the flooring industry is very imperative and necessary!
The industry is close to putting in place the new S-600 standards for installation that will require more responsibility on everyone’s part to attain adequate procurements and certifications. Good ethics and professionalism will be set as the standard, and circumspect flooring issues may be punishable by litigation, and you may need to file liability waiver.
All average installations can be corrected by simple adjustments and repairs. Learning more about the flooring industry standards and regulations will be advantageous for retailers and installation mechanics. Classes with certified flooring trainer, Tony Jones, also teach the latest trends in flooring products, as well as privileged information on corrective procedures.