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Radon Protection Plan
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Upon delivery of your home inspection report, if you feel that you did not receive a thorough and comprehensive inspection and report, we will refund your home inspection fee.
IN ADDITION, we will pay for another home inspection by one of our competitors up to the cost of your original home inspection fee.
By the same token though, if you feel we did give you your money’s worth and more, please refer our services to your friends and relatives.
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For wood destroying insect (aka termite) inspection purposes
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The purpose of this post is to highlight some hidden and maybe not so hidden safety hazards that may be lurking in your garage.
Let’s start with your garage door. Take a look at the springs on the doors. Are they stretched unevenly like the one in the picture to the right? Even worse yet, is there no safety cable running through the full length of the springs? […]
We have all seen and most likely used these adapters. Here is the situation. You live in an older home that has two-prong outlets and you need to plug in a cord that has three prongs. What do you do? Well, you could hire an electrician to change out or re-wire the outlet. Then you[…]
This post is about an electrical issue that is found all too often in older homes. If a home is at least 60yrs old or so, then the wiring in the home is more than likely two wire conductor with no ground and the outlets should be a two-prong type. This in itself is not[…]
Radon is a radioactive gas that is released by Uranium decay products found in rock and soil and is present everywhere. Outdoor levels are typically very low and present little risk. Indoor levels tend to be higher due to the natural “stack effect” or suction that occurs as warm air rises through the home and[…]
Many buyers will think that if they are purchasing a new construction home, then there will be nothing wrong with the home and skip the home inspection. While it is true that we should expect to not find much wrong with a new construction home, things do occasionally get missed. That is not to say[…]
The foundation is cracked, should I be concerned? Foundation cracking is very common and is often a topic of concern for buyer’s. Not every crack is necessarily a major issue. Poured foundations will typically develop shrinkage cracks as the concrete cures. These will often form on a long wall or from the corner of basement[…]