residential: What Really Matters - 02/07/08 08:02 AM
Buying a Home?¬† Why you need a visual Comprehensive Home Inspection? The inspection is a visual analysis to detect major defects and deficiencies associated with the property on the time and day of the inspection. The process can be stressful. A Comprehensive visual Home Inspection is supposed to give you peace of mind, but often has the opposite effect. You will be asked to absorb a lot of information in a short period of time. This often includes a comprehensive written Home Inspection report, punch list, digital photographs, environmental reports, and what the Home Inspector himself says during the Home Inspection. … (0 comments)

residential: Protect Your Property from Water Damage - 02/04/08 11:09 AM
Water may be essential to life, but as a destructive force, water can diminish the value of your home or building. Homes, as well as Commercial buildings, can suffer water damage that results in increased maintenance costs, a decrease in the value of the property, lowered productivity and potential liability associated with a decline in indoor air quality. The best way to protect against this potential loss is to ensure that the building components, which enclose the structure, known as the building envelope, are water resistant. Also, you will want to ensure that manufacturing processes, if present, do not allow excess … (0 comments)

residential: "Just what does a Home Inspector do?" - 01/03/08 11:39 AM
Think of a professional home inspector as a detective searching throughout the house for clues that lead to a conclusion of the home's overall condition. A certified home inspector performs a very important service. He inspects an existing home using professional standards and equipment as a measure to accurately report the condition of the home. A professional home inspector will inspect the property to the highest professional and ethical standards in the industry and provide the client with an accurate, comprehensive, easy-to-read, written assessment report thereafter. The inspector does not evaluate the home for cost or value. A home inspection is … (1 comments)

residential: Home Wildlife Control at Home - 04/25/07 08:49 AM
Control Wildlife Damage Around the Home With Common Sense Control Methods ¬† Whether you are a home gardener, enjoy landscaping around your home or just own your own home, there are times when certain species of wildlife can become a nuisance or a pest and cause damage to plants and even economic losses. Wildlife damage problems can occur throughout the year, but the fall and winter months are times when food supplies and cover may become more limited for many wildlife species, causing them to find your home or landscape an attractive place to call home. Solving wildlife damage problems may … (1 comments)

residential: ELECTRICAL SAFETY - 04/22/07 02:39 AM
Electricity is an essential part of our lives. However, it has the potential to cause great harm. Electrical systems will function almost indefinitely if properly installed and not overloaded or physically abused. Electrical fires in our homes claim the lives of 485 Americans each year and injure 2,305 more. Some of these fires are caused by electrical system failures and appliance defects, but many more are caused by the misuse and poor maintenance of electrical appliances, incorrectly installed wiring, and overloaded circuits and extension cords.
- Never use anything but the proper fuse to protect a circuit. - Find and correct … (4 comments)

residential: 17 WAYS TO SAFE ENERGY - 04/21/07 12:58 AM
17 Ways To Save EnergyWith the rising cost of energy cost, here are some easy to do tips to help lower your energy bill.
1. Get a home energy audit every couple of years from a Certified NACHI Home Inspector to find ways to cut costs.
2. Check with your utility company for rebated whenever you install energy-saving equipment.
3. Add more energy-efficient insulation to your attic, preferably with a resistance rating of R-21 to R-30
4. Turn down your home thermostat two degrees and save 24 -kilowatt hours a month. It might not sound like much, but it adds up.
5. … (1 comments)

residential: Congratulations! Your under contract, Now what??? - 03/18/07 03:05 AM
Get a professional home inspection! You only got aproximatelly 10 days after signing the contract.
A professional Home Inspector is typically hired by a potential homebuyer right after the offer to purchase contract is signed, prior to executing the final purchase and sales agreement. However, before the potential buyer signs the offer to purchase contract, he/she should be sure that there is an inspection clause in the contract making the purchase obligation contingent upon the findings of a professional home inspection. This clause should specify the terms to which both the buyer and seller are obligated.
Selecting a Home Inspector
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