This blog is intended for consumers interested in Raleigh Home Inspections and Clayton NC Home Inspector (of course, we inspect all of Wake and Johnston Counties). Home inspection topics will include foundation and structural issues, radon testing, why would one inspect a brand new house, first time buyers, home inspections foreclosure properties and general Raleigh real estate inspection topics.
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Raleigh Home Inspection on Tuesday April 2008. Inspected a brand new house yesterday and the front foundation wall and soil were very damp. The grading at the front was done improperly and it had a front porch comprised of wooden planks. The porch was only covered about half way with a roof ab...
Doing a Raleigh home inspection today in the rain. There are many advantages to doing a home inspection in the rain or after hard rains. This allows me to see active water penetration in the crawl space, roof leaks, site grading that might impact the structure, etc. Last years drought made some o...
Inspected a new home in the Raleigh NC area several weeks ago and there were signs that water had penetrated the foundation wall. Wall and weather were dry at the time but there were indicators I noted during my home inspection. Builder told buyers the evidence I saw happened during construction....