Published Twice in One Week

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Home Inspector with JRV Home Inspection Services, LLC HOI 394

I am proud to announce that my article New Construction Progress Inspections has been published, twice. First for the American Society for Quality Inspection Division September/October Newsletter. The article begins on page 5. This is the second time these fine folks have published one of my articles. I had my article Home Inspection 101 published in their April/May newsletter also on page 5.

This piece was also published the same week on Ezine Articles, earning expert author status.

Both articles deal with the importance of hiring a qualified professional ASHI certified home inspector for new home purchasers and new construction projects.

James Quarello
JRV Home Inspection Services, LLC

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Jo-Anne Smith
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James,   That's wonderful news !!!  Congratulations and keep up the good work .   (((-:

Jo 

Sep 20, 2007 03:06 AM #1
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Joseph Hagarty
Main Line Inspections, Inc. - Parkesburg, PA

 

Here is another.......

http://media.www.quchronicle.com/media/storage/paper294/news/2007/09/19/Lifestyles/Keep-Your.House.Clean.Or.Else-2975709.shtml

Keep your house clean or else!

By: Rebecca Kelleher

Posted: 9/19/07

Some Quinnipiac students have learned the hard way of what happens when moving into an uninhabitable house. Within the past year, students have been evicted from their houses half way through the year due to decrepit living conditions.

These students were unaware of the risky situation they put themselves into. However, there are some helpful tips that may reduce the chances of becoming homeless mid-way through the school year.

Home inspector Jim Quarello of JRV Home Inspection Services located in Wallingford, Conn., suggests keeping an eye out for issues concerning mold.

"When you're looking for a place to rent, watch out for water staining, leaky roofs and musty odors. These could be good indicators for mold problems," Quarello said.

What one would think to be the most obvious advice is, do not settle for a home that doesn't look kept up.

"Chances are, the landlord you're renting from hasn't been doing a good job maintaining the building. In many instances, houses such as these have been sold over many times before and are more likely to have serious problems," Quarello explained.

Another suggestion that Quarello makes is to rent houses or condominiums, rather than multi-family homes.

"Avoid multi-family homes because there isn't much of a profit margin and as a result, they usually aren't kept up well," Quarello said.

Although Quarello says that he has never had an incident with Quinnipiac students being evicted from their homes, he reiterates the importance of using common sense when searching for a place to live.

 

 

Sep 20, 2007 05:38 AM #2
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James Quarello
JRV Home Inspection Services, LLC - Wallingford, CT
Connecticut Home Inspector

Joseph,

Where ever did you find this article? I remember speaking with this student a few weeks back. Wow! Thank you very much for bringing it to my attention.

Sep 20, 2007 06:57 AM #3
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Joseph Hagarty
Main Line Inspections, Inc. - Parkesburg, PA

Google News Alerts

You can set up a news alert to provide you daily updates of any article related to home inspection. Apparently Google web crawled the article and picked it up. Pretty cool.

Sep 21, 2007 01:09 AM #4
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Bob Elliott
Elliott Home Inspection - Chicago, IL
Chicago Property Inspection

Jim.. when I asked you whether I could put one of your articles on AR into my WIKI you said you did not think of yourself as an expert.

Duh!

Sep 24, 2007 04:37 AM #5
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James Quarello
JRV Home Inspection Services, LLC - Wallingford, CT
Connecticut Home Inspector

Bob,

Name calling is not called for, I know you think I am mentally challenged.

Thanks bud!

Sep 24, 2007 04:44 AM #6
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Bob Elliott
Elliott Home Inspection - Chicago, IL
Chicago Property Inspection

Then I must be twice as challenged to call you an expert.

 

Sep 24, 2007 12:09 PM #7
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James Quarello
JRV Home Inspection Services, LLC - Wallingford, CT
Connecticut Home Inspector
No argument here.
Sep 24, 2007 12:22 PM #8
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Bob Elliott
Elliott Home Inspection - Chicago, IL
Chicago Property Inspection

Sep 24, 2007 12:51 PM #9
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James Quarello
JRV Home Inspection Services, LLC - Wallingford, CT
Connecticut Home Inspector

Bob,

Clever. You are a funny guy.

Sep 25, 2007 12:29 AM #10
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