Wednesday, January 23rd, 10:30 am – 12:30 pm


This course gives the inspectors an opportunity to look at construction defects, and the forensics of the structure setting incomplete for eight years.  The structure has 13 mechanical systems, 22 electrical panels and 20 ancillary panels. This structure has only five large bedrooms, but it also has 12 bathrooms.  One of the most important things is how do you tackle this size of a structure and coordinate all of the information into a report that the client can understand. How much time should be set aside to collect your data and then publish your report? How would you price the type of inspections?  You will see many structural defects that the county inspector overlooked, which could cause a catastrophic failure in the structure if not discovered before the drywall was installed.


Shannon Cory, ACI


Shannon Cory, ACI, is CEO of Rainbow Home Inspections, Inc., and has been performing residential inspections in the metro-Atlanta area since 1998. Most of his success has centered on his innovative reporting methods, marketing techniques and continuing educational programs. He has been the owner and educational coordinator of Cornerstone Training Associates since 2009. He served on various committees and the ASHI Board of Directors. Shannon also served as ASHI Georgia Chapter President (2004-2007 and 2016-2018).