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A fringe benefit of inspecting houses is all the cool stuff I get to see. For example this old house built in 1884. I think it still looks stately and grand looking over the main street where it was built 126 years ago. The house must have belonged to someone wealthy. It is fairly large with many...
I'm sure most everyone remembers the late great Billy Mays, the TV pitchman who hawked so many different products in his loud and unforgettable voice. One of the most recognizable of these products has to be Mighty Putty the versatile fix all wonder epoxy clay. One of the great uses for Mighty Pu...
I did inspection for a client some months back on a nice little ranch house. The property was bank owned. The front of the roof was snow covered on the day of the inspection as can be seen in the first photo, but the back was exposed. Good thing because the shingles were toast. A few weeks ago I ...
Inspecting older homes can be like stepping into a time machine. This I find to be especially true when it's a one owner home. How about this for longevity of ownership, eighty (that's eight zero) years. That's the story I was told during a recent inspection. Often when a home has been owned for ...