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Home Inspection and Commercial Building Inspections, mold assessments including mold inspections and sampling, radon testing and water quality analysis in Nashville and Middle Tennessee.

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2008 

  HABITEC COMPLETES PROPERTY CONDITION ASSESSMENT OF 18,000 SQFT CHURCH HABITEC Home and Building Inspections, LLC, is pleased to announce the completion of a Commercial Building Property Condition Assessment (PCA) on an 18,000 square foot church!  The PCA was completed by Ron Rittiner, Chief Ins...
07/31/2008
I don't know for sure but I don't think this brick pier on the right was installed by a professional?! And the electrical wire splices should be in an electrical box as well. Richard Comments in this blog posting are the intellectual property of Richard Acree, President, HABITEC Home and Building...
07/19/2008
You are looking at the inside of a furnace after the front cover has been pulled off.  When we inspect a furnace, we look for various components such as the red emergency shutoff valve to the right.  These are intended to be used for periodic maintenance but also in case of an emergency and someo...
07/19/2008
So this is the end result of a failed condensate drain system.  Below are photos of a rusted fuel manifold in a residential split HVAC system.  The interior unit houses the fuel manifold and combustion chamber, among other things.  This area shown in the photos is located behind the removable pan...
07/12/2008
A pet peeve of mine when inspecting new construction.  Pop open any return air register or supply line and there is a good chance the return air filter is fully contaminated with drywall dust and the supply duct is full of building debris.  Both are problems short and long term.  Short term, the ...
07/05/2008
I think this may be too much.             Richard Comments in this blog posting are the intellectual property of Richard Acree, President, HABITEC Home and Building Inspections, LLC, and contributing members of the Active Rain Real Estate network, and are intended to educate and otherwise assist ...
07/05/2008
Careful of those fan blades, especially when they can hit the kitchen cabinet door when it is open!!       Richard Comments in this blog posting are the intellectual property of Richard Acree, President, HABITEC Home and Building Inspections, LLC, and contributing members of the Active Rain Real ...
07/05/2008
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