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Buying a New Home – Revisit 2019

It's been a while since I posted about buying a new home and I think it is good to remind readers, both realtors and buyers about the reasons you want a new home inspection. What? You say. It's a new house nothing can be broken yet or worn out yet. All systems go,...

High-Performance Buildings

High-Performance Buildings

Americans spend most of their time inside buildings. We take for granted the shelter, protection, warmth, coolness, air and light that buildings provide, and rarely give a thought to the systems that deliver these services unless there’s a power interruption or other...

Phone a Friend

Phone a Friend

I have always offered clients the opportunity to call me long after the inspection for my advice or just to get my opinion on an issue they see. Sometimes it is right after the inspection and they forgot the priorities of issues they want to fix and just need someone...

Brand New Homes Don’t Need an Inspection, Right?

So you looked around at homes and after days or weeks or even months of seeing nothing that is as nice as you would want it you decided to buy a new home. And I have to say a new home is pretty nice. As much as I like older homes a brand spanking new home that still...

What Really Matters in a Home Inspection

We all see the postings. The 5 Most Important Things in a Home Inspection or the 10 Most Serious Defects for an Inspector!....most of these articles are only partly right.What really matters is to make sure your inspector is trained and knowledgeable. All inspectors...

Top 5 Fast Fixes for Faulty Windows

by Joseph Truini for The Home Depot There’s a common misconception that if your home has older windows that are in less-than-perfect condition, you must replace them with new windows. But as long as the window is structurally sound, you can fix most problems and...

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning and Detectors

by Nick Gromicko📷 Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas that forms from incomplete combustion of fuels, such as natural or liquefied petroleum gas, oil, wood or coal.Facts and Figures:480 U.S. residents died between 2001 and 2003 from...

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