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It’s that time again, time for fireplaces, heat stoves, and other wood-fueled combustion appliances to take the edge off winter’s worst until spring comes around again. Because of the high risk of accidental fire and carbon monoxide poisoning, wood-burning appliances...read more
With hundreds, perhaps thousands of linear feet of wire in an average 2,000 square foot home, the potential for electrical defects is almost impossible to calculate. Every connection is a potential defect. So is every receptacle. For that matter, straight runs of wire...read more
Not every home needs one, but for those that do, an expansion tank can prevent some frustrations, messes, and more than a few headaches. An expansion tank gives excess water someplace to go when there’s no room inside the water heater and the supply lines are at...read more
Getting your certified home inspector business noticed is no small feat. You'll gradually build a system of referrals over time, but what if you're ready to grow now? Every business, no matter how large or small, needs better visibility to survive and thrive. Here are...read more
In the space between the home inspection and real estate transaction closing, almost anything can happen. Storms roll through, which can damage roofs and break windows. Corelogic reported in September that hurricane damage from Irma totaled as much as $65 billion. The...read more
Home buyers have a lot of questions about a home inspection. They also sometimes believe common myths, as certain aspects of the process remain mysterious. That’s natural since most people only purchase a few homes in their lifetime. Some people only buy one. As a...read more