Home's Hidden Secrets

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Home Inspector with Bay Area Home Inspection, LLC WI 739-106
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Soil Stack

 

Even on newer construction, I often find code violations that affect the value of a property. Toilets, for instance, that won't flush well because the sewer stack is undersized (but appears to be proper sized). In my view, after many years as a home inspector, the buyer should most always get a potential purchase inspected and then the appraisal should be built off that base. It would be more accurate.

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