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THE HOME INSPECTOR'S REVIEW Everyone knows 2007 was a tough year to sell a home and 2008 may be just as tough. With thousands more homes on the market than usual it is harder than ever to make a home that is for sale stand out. And it is really hard to get your asking price! There are plenty of reminders of what to do to get your home ready for sale. The list usually looks as follows: De-Clutter De-Personalize Spruce up the Front Entry Paint and Caulk Where Necessary Clean, Clean, Clean! Listen to Your Realtor The previous list usually can be completed by the average homeowner. Yet (4 comments)
Mold Testing - 12/28/07 09:45 AM
Some have questioned the need for mold testing as part of a mold evaluation and resolution. I would like to respectfully disagree. Those who have been through a mold training program (as have the Inspectors at HABITEC Home and Building Inspections, LLC, 615-376-2753) have learned that there are different sources for different molds. For example, a common source for stachybotrys, a highly toxic mold, is decaying yard debris such as leaves and mulch. Should leaves be allowed to accumulate on the roof or in the water management system of a structure they could easily produce stachy in a "mold soup". If this (5 comments)
HABITEC Home and Building Inspections, LLC - 12/27/07 10:04 PM
HABITEC serves the Middle Tennessee area including Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Spring Hill, Columbia, Murfreesboro, Smyrna, Mt. Juliet, Lebanon, Hermitage, Gallatin, Goodlettesville, Hendersonville, Fairview, Dickson, Columbia, Bellevue, Belle Meade, Forest Hills, Green Hills, and more. We provide home inspections for single family homes, townhomes, condominiums. We offer Commercial Building Inspections for apartments, industrial distribution centers, retail, office buildings, recreational club houses and more. Our mold services include mold inspections/surveys and sampling for laboratory analysis to complete the mold analysis. Radon testing is completed using Continuous Radon Monitors for timely results without the need to send cannisters into a laboratory and risk the (0 comments)
Tennessee Home and Building Inspectors - 12/27/07 09:53 PM
Everyone is invited to comment on the Tennessee Home Inspectors group! This is a new group recently formed at activerain that is open to Tennessee Home Inspectors licensed and actively practicing home inspections in Tennessee, radon measurement technicians, mold technicians for mold inspections/surveys and sampling, residential and commercial real estate professionals and consumers interested in real estate! Go to the group and introduce yourself so we can get to know you better. Tell us about your company and your background. We look forward to hearing from you! HABITEC Home and Building Inspections, LLC, is a full service Residential and Commercial building inspection company (2 comments)
Certified Mold Technician? - 12/27/07 05:50 PM
Recently I have noticed several Home Inspectors claiming certification as a mold technician. How do you get certified? What agency provides the certification? EPA? (11 comments)
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