What is a Carpet Inspector?
Certified Carpet Inspectors are trained and certified to evaluate carpet problems including, but not limited to; manufacturing issues, installation complaints, poor or improper maintenance, insurance claims, and health concerns.
The Certified Carpet Inspectors Role:
The Carpet Inspector’s role is to investigate and determine the cause of the complaint by using a series of tests and procedures. Upon completion, the Carpet Inspector prepares an unbiased report based on observations, field tests, and lab tests as needed. The Carpet Inspectors report is submitted only to the commissioning party.
Why Hire your own Carpet Inspector:
Certified Flooring Inspectors University members provide unbiased, third-party findings to the party who commissions the inspection. The role of the Inspector changes according to the party they are hired by; however, their findings are always based on the facts obtained during the inspection and are impartial to all involved.
Certified Carpet and Flooring Expert Witnesses:
An expert witness is a witness, who by virtue of education, training, skill, or experience, is believed to have knowledge in a particular subject beyond that of the average person, sufficient that others may officially (and legally) rely upon the witness’s specialized opinion about an evidence or fact issue within the scope of their expertise, referred to as the expert opinion, as an assistant to the fact-finder.
CFI University offers online training for Flooring Expert Witnesses.