1. Why a Home Inspection Isn’t Just for Home Buyers

    If you’ve purchased a home in the past, you were probably made aware of the importance of getting a home inspection before signing on the dotted line. Home inspections can reveal serious and costly problems with a home before you agree to buy it. If the home inspection reveals a serious problem such as a roof leak, structural issues, or worse yet — a safety problem such as lead paint or asbest…Read More

  2. Why It’s Important To Get a Mold Inspection

    When you think about home safety, what things come to mind? Changing batteries in your smoke detector? Having an escape ladder for your second-story bedroom? What about making sure you have functioning radon detectors? When most people think of home safety, getting a mold inspection is rarely top of mind. However, when it gets out of hand, mold can be a very serious problem for the structure of yo…Read More

  3. What Do Inspectors Look for in a Typical Home Inspection?

    Are you currently in the process of looking for a new home? The process can be long and stressful. Dealing with realtors, negotiations and contracts can take the excitement out of finding the home of your dreams. All you want to do is find a way to speed up the process and start moving in! No matter how anxious you are to hurry things along, never take a shortcut when it comes to your home inspect…Read More

  4. Choosing the Right Home Inspector

    For most people, buying a home is the single most important transaction they will ever make. Far too often, home buyers make a mistake by choosing the wrong home inspector. And sometimes, home buyers will make the ultimate mistake and choose no home inspector at all. In fact, this happens in 20% of all real estate transactions. However, those home buyers who have done their due diligence quickly l…Read More