Posted on November 6th, 2017 in Home Inspection, Social Media

 Have your clients ever had a bad experience with their home inspection? Or are you working with new home buyers who are unsure about what a home inspection entails? Home inspections can sometimes be a fear-inducing part of the home inspection process for all parties involved. If undisclosed problems with the house arise during the […]

Posted on October 30th, 2017 in De-Winterization, Home Inspection, Uncategorized

 We may still be in denial about it, but cold weather is officially here. While summer has its own host of home maintenance problems, like greater pest and termite activity, cold temperatures and harsh weather can cause a myriad of issues as well. Whether you have a listing that won’t seem to sell, or a […]

Posted on October 23rd, 2017 in Home Inspection, Home Owners Network, Media, Uncategorized

 Rainy days are a great excuse to stay home, curl up on the couch, and dive into a good book or your new favorite Netflix series. However, if you’re restless with nothing to do, there are many home maintenance tasks that can be performed during inclement weather. Investing time and care into your home is […]

Posted on October 16th, 2017 in Home Inspection, Sewer Camera Inspection

 Sewer lines and piping lie mostly beneath the ground, and when something’s out of sight, it’s out of mind. Water and sewer lines can often be neglected or ignored for years, that is, until water begins backing up and leaking into the home. If you’re thinking about purchasing an older home, a sewer line inspection […]

Posted on October 5th, 2017 in Home Inspection, New Construction

 The attic is one of the most significant areas in any home, and a really important component of the home inspection report. The attic is where most of a home’s insulation is located, and can make a substantial difference in your energy usage (9 out of 10 homes in the U.S. are reportedly under-insulated). While […]

Posted on September 27th, 2017 in Home Inspection, Uncategorized

 You offer was accepted and you just signed a contract to purchase your beautiful new home! Your next step is to order a home inspection – a stress-inducing part of the home-buying process that must be performed in less than 10-14 days. Now, you have less than two weeks to find a time that works […]

Posted on September 11th, 2017 in Home Inspection, Mold

 If you’re holding your breath during your home inspection, you’re not alone. Real estate agents, buyers, and sellers alike never want to find big ticket items, like the roof or foundation, anywhere on the inspection report. However, even the most intimidating issues are common to inspectors, and when things do come up, it’s important to […]

Posted on September 5th, 2017 in Uncategorized

Who reads contracts anymore? Isn’t it ironic how our society is bombarded with so many different contracts meant to inform us, to the point that we often don’t even take the time to begin to read documents before signing our name? One document you shouldn’t neglect to read is your home inspection contract. We try to keep […]

Posted on August 28th, 2017 in Uncategorized

The ages of your fridge, washer/dryer, HVAC units, etc. aren’t at the front of your mind during day-to-day life. However, when something breaks or you decide to sell your home, the age and condition of these appliances make a difference. To make things easier, we listed the expectancy of various appliances around the home and […]

Posted on August 22nd, 2017 in Home Inspection, Radon

Physical health is extremely important to our well-being, and many of us have several routines or behaviors we do often to stay healthy. Smoking tobacco is becoming less and less popular as more people are educated about its effects on respiratory health, and nearly everyone today knows that cigarettes and tobacco use are  harmful to […]

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