Most attorneys will substantiate that an expert’s report should be written in IRAC. Its structure is: issue, rule, analysis, and conclusion. To the best of this expert’s knowledge, no one has continued this form of report writing for carpet inspections. Typically, their issue is with the ‘issue’. For example, the IICRC S800 standard for report writing gives these steps. 3.3.1 Site Description and Claim History3.3.2 Inspector Observations3.3.3 Field or Laboratory Testing 3.3.4 Conclusions and DocumentationFor another example, the NWFA Certified Inspection Report Package has 10 categories:1. Statement of Concern2. Claim History 3. Physical Description4. Testing5. Testing Results 6. Chart7. Clear HD digital photography 8. Industry Standards 9. Conclusion10. Cause of ClaimThe question to be asked is, how can there be a conclusion if the question is not asked?