The report that elite issues appears to be a standard form designed by attorneys with the intent of protecting Elite, not the persons needing the inspection. Areas covered by the inspection are numerous, however, inspection findings are recorded in a manner which are vague, misleading, often contradictory (e.g., checking off a condition as both good and fair), and in other cases do note address building code regulations in a manner which can be acted upon by either the buyer or seller of a property. The report is filled with standard verbiage which is designed solely for the purpose of protecting the company. None of the information in the inspection report would stand up to in a court of law. When the inspector was asked to clarify certain findings in the report or be more specific, he refused indicating this is how the company normally operates. The company also offers to provide manufacturers recall information on appliances and other equipment inspected in the home. When I received the report, it was voluminous but contained no information about recall status on any items whatsoever. Again it was filled with verbiage that basically said it was up to the buyer to check out thje recall status.