AmeriSpechome inspection

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On October 3rd an inspector from amerispec inspected my home for a potential buyer. When inspecting the electric panel he unscrewed the whole panel from the wall rather than simply opening the door. In the process of taking the whole panel off he tore the paint off the wall. I notified Kevin Laleman and he admitted that this was an error. Here is his email I will copy and paste regarding the damage:

We're very sorry to hear about the damaged paint at your condo. The inspector tried to cut the paint as best he cut so he could gain access to the interior of the electrical panel for the inspection. Unfortunately some of the paint did chip. The buyer was present with the inspector and saw this issue and is accepting of the chipped paint.

Sorry again for the inconvenience.

Kevin Laleman
AmeriSpec Inspection Service
Maple Grove, Roseville & St. Cloud offices
[protected], [protected] & [protected]"

The paint is not "chipped" it is torn off.
The potential buyer backed out and now Kevin refuses to pay for the damage.

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