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Friends of the Atlanta Home Inspector - Dr. Scott Featherstone - 07/14/08 08:31 PM
As a gift I received two detox foot baths from my husband who is a friend of Dr. Scott Featherstone. He bought these foot baths thinking just how relaxing they would be, not really considering the full health benefits of them. Needless to say I was amazed, Dr. Featherstone showed me around the office and then went on to explain how the detox foot bath works, because we have larger pores (not to mention - our feet are easily accessible) in our feet, when you the perform the foot bath it pulls toxins out of your body. I was amazed when (2 comments)
Tornadoes, wind damage and hail storms, Oh My! You may have to worry about your contractors to. - 07/14/08 06:40 PM
Here over the last few months Cherokee County was hit by a few storms including tornadoes, and a lot of hail damage. According to the following article the storms in Cherokee County caused about 13 million dollars in damage with more expected to come in. Our house was included in the hit and being the Atlanta Home Inspector, I knew what to look for and what needed fixing. As I have been doing inspections I have been watching out for the sellers and buyers here in Cherokee because a lot of them don't realize they have storm damage. Recently I had two different clients come out (3 comments)
Several of these come into play in the real estate field also. How about when your colleague closes that deal that they have been working on for months, or a realtor friend joins with a new brokerage company. We try and send them a card. What about when they got stuck with phone duty and got that killer listing that went just like clock work and sold instantly. Or how about that new baby boy or girl, you can easily send that congratulations card with a (7 comments)
Atlanta Home Inspector ran across this local batting cage in Cherokee County. - 07/10/08 12:34 PM
I was on my way into Canton, Georgia and took a back way that I had not traveled very often. Imagine my surprise when I ran across this local horse barn that has been turned into a batting cage. Now seeing how fall all is about to start up in Cherokee county again, I thought there might be others out there that would like this information to.
The "Farm Club" is a 4,000 sq ft indoor batting cage center located at 3045 Univeter Rd. Canton, GA 30115 This is located 1 mile on the right from Hwy 140 and about (0 comments)
This is the back and of course it won't look exactly like this because Lou Ann will doctor it up for me. She has helped me with several projects and they always turn out great after she is finished with them.
Lou Ann with The Mail Room & Moreis located In the Publix Shopping Centerat Intersection of Hwy. 5 and East Cherokee6240 Old Hwy. (8 comments)
When I arrive at your home for your home inspection, I'll begin by carefully taking a look at the exterior of the property. All exterior features of the property will be inspected including driveways, drainage systems, and grading. The entire roof will be inspected along with chimneys, skylights, vent pipes and gutters. You would be amazed at how many inspectors don't walk the roof anymore. Next is the interior. I'll usually work through the home in a logical sequence, one room at a time and one floor at a time. All general wall and floor finish conditions will be noted (7 comments)
Have you said "Thank You" lately? - 07/02/08 09:01 AM
So many times we miss opportunities to say Thank You and if you're not careful that will cause hard feelings. Did you know that most business owners lose their clients because of the client feeling like it just doesn't matter or you just don't care. A simple thank you card can change all of that. It's lets the customer know immediately that you truly do care and appreciate their business. How many more referrals would your clients be willing to give you, if you constantly said thank you and stayed in touch? Who do you need to say Thank you to today? You can (15 comments)
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