Do you want to understand your home inspection report? We will examine the five main sections and then the other sections of the home inspection report, along with some other aspects surrounding the report.
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Tankless water heaters are seen as a green option that will save you money, but this may not be the case.
Energy storage devices will be the key for residential smart grids, but so will new energy efficient appliances.
With new rules concerning home inspections going into effect February 2009, here is a checklist that home inspectors and real estate investors can use.
The first step in a green home conversion is thinking what you can reuse in the home.
Obvious damage from a storm will be handled by your insurance company, but you may need a home inspector if there are unseen problems, but there are steps to take care of this yourself.
As we find better ways to protect oursleves when wiring a home with products like grounding and GFCI, older homes become difficult to use with new appliances. Owners and contractors will fake a grounded system, so you can have a convenient plug, but it is not safe.
Discussing air filter in your home and their maintenance. How often they should be cleaned or changed out.
A description of PEX tubing as used in residential home construction. Its benefits and setbacks from the perspective of a Houston home inspector.
A post detailing concerns when turning utilities back on in a foreclosed home.