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     It's that time of year that requires home inspectors to enter the hottest part of the home...the Attic space.     And a good number of attics are not vented. Venting of attics is not only important to reduce energy consumption and the associated costs of heating and, mainly summer cooling, b...
I've run across several basements recently that have had the typical "interior perimeter waterproofing", with the basement block walls in really poor condition, including peeling paint, cracking parge, and mineral deposit leeching.. This has given me reason to put more thought into the inspection...
     For our Virginia Realtors, I wanted to give an update on the licensing for New Home Inspections (called New Residential Structures - NRS). The definition of an NRS is: a new construction home prior to first tranfer of deed from the builder to the purchaser.     Effective July 1, all Home Inp...
     Effective July 1, 2017, any new residential home (up to four units) will require a newly Virginia icensed home inspector to also be trained and licensed to perform inspections on NEW homes. Note that ANY home inspection after July 1 in Virginia can only be performed by a home inspector licen...

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