What happens if a Builder misses a SIRP inspection?Do they get another chance?
Lennar Homes recently missed a SIRP inspection.As a result, the inspector completed the inspection without the usual lobbying and arm twisting they impose when they send their seven to ten men teams.So now, Lennarwant the homeowner to allow them to be ?present?, i.e. to assert their position and influence the inspector since they missed that opportunity before.
So this begs the question:is the SIRP process meant to be litigious event where the homeowner argues their position and the builder argues theirs with the inspector refereeing the dispute?Or is it supposed to be an independent process where the inspector is free to use his judgment?
To the builder, the loss of advantage means only one thing ? that the truth will prevail and the inspector will apply the fairly objective standards of the TRCC.It is more than coincidental that the builders want an objective set of standards until they are graded on them.When that happens ? when a SIRP inspection occurs ? they prefer to debate those standards and that is whythey send a lawyer to the inspection.