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Devil’s In The Details
Like the old saying goes, “it’s the details that matter.” I recently saw an excellent example of this:
Pipes! Camera! Action!
Yes, your pipes can be in a movie! Any time I see cast iron drain pipes in a home, I recommend that the pipes be “scoped”. With scoping, a plumber will...
Almost Everything Can Be Fixed
During the course of an inspection, there are a few words that almost always elicit grim responses: Mold, Radon, Lead, and Asbestos.
Screwy Electrical Panels
This is a main electrical panel with tube and screw fuses. These are obsolete, and can be dangerous.
Don’t Let The Door Hit You…
…on the way out, or the way in, or ever, really. A June 2015 article in the ASHI Reporter claimed that about 70% of people with attached garages used the garage
Squirrels Like Your Attic, Too
Since I mentioned last week that you need to regularly check your attic for pests, I thought I’d show some examples of where and how they can get in
While I’ve spoken about dryers and dryer fires before, we see these problems often enough that it bears revisiting.
Your Attic Is Not A Zoo
Almost all homes have some attic space. Despite how it’s generally used, it is often not intended for storage.