Photographs of findings of walls, floors, and ceilings during home inspections. Are you a real estate investor? Here is a resource page for real estate investors. Back to the contents page for the home inspection photos I just drove around, so I could have some photos of the steps to creating the walls of a [...]
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My home inspections reveal many problems with insulation or preventing the loss of conditioned air, or the intrusion of heat or cold into the home. Here are some simple steps to take to tighten the seal of an older home.
Driving around Houston after Hurricane Ike, shows an immediate need for some homeowners to take action and prune their trees to have them cleared.
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.
Free inspection report form for Texas in HTML.
The roof and its framing can show many issues with a home. Some start when a new roof is installed. During a home inspection, I see a common framing mistake, but some solutions can be done by the homeowner, with a little knowledge.
Home inspectors frequently see the same things over and over again. Here are five common home problems which are easily repaired.
After discovering the work of Jeff Schaller, I thought it would be good to introduce to you how I have decorated my own home.
Evaluating a room without a home inspector’s tool kit.