Carson Dunlop Redefines Report Writing a New Home Inspection Checklist
TORONTO, Nov. 15, 2013 /CNW/ - Carson Dunlop announced today the launch
of their latest Home Inspection report writing solution, the Home Reference Book FAST FORMS. The new system helps Home
Inspectors provide their clients with great reports. Carson Dunlop took
their popular Home Reference Book paper forms one step further,
creating simple to use, professional-looking electronic FAST FORMS.
Featuring the same Home Inspection checklist as the original paper
forms, transitioning to FAST FORMS is quick and easy.
"The FAST FORMS are simple for inspectors to use, so they can focus on
providing great information to their clients," explained Alan Carson,
President of Carson Dunlop. "FAST FORMS are an elegant hybrid - much
more professional than hand written forms, but simpler to learn than
The Home Reference Book FAST FORMS offer the speed of a checklist on a
clipboard, without the headache and mess of paper. There is no need to
put up with hard-to-read hand writing, spelling errors, faint copies,
and lost or damaged forms. And there's the added benefit of a learning
curve of less than two minutes. There is no software set up, support or
update fees. FAST FORMS are great for report writing in the field
because they don't require an internet connection. To use the Home
Reference Book FAST FORMS all you need is a PC or Mac computer or
tablet, and Adobe Reader.
Please visit the Carson Dunlop website to see a sample Home Inspection checklist report and learn more about the Home Reference Book FAST FORMS.
About Carson Dunlop
Carson, Dunlop & Associates Ltd. has been a leading Consulting
Engineering Firm devoted to building inspection since 1978. They are
one of the largest independent Home Inspection companies in North
America that leverages their extensive technical knowledge across six
integrated business lines - Home Inspection, Commercial Inspection,
Horizon Software, Home Reference Book, Home Inspector Training and
SOURCE: Carson Dunlop
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Source: Charlotte Dove
Director of Communications