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I can't wait for this event! I have much to share about adding radon testing to Inspections.
Inspecting the pipes to test the integrity of the potential water pressure.
Do you know where the main water shut off valve is in your home? Emergencies can "spring" up!
Do you know how to turn off your electricity in an emergency? Label those panels!
Ensuring the foundation of a home is essential. An inspector can determine if adjustments need to be made.
Dryer vents and screens need to be inspected and cleaned on a regular basis to prevent potential fire hazards.
Inspecting the sewer line in the crawl space is also a necessity!
Check the age and condition of a hot water heater to ensure there are no sudden costly replacements. On average, hot water heaters last 10-15 years.
This chimney has been invaded by raccoons- it needs a protective cap!
Scat on the roof is a sign of unwanted guests.
It's important to test the batteries on your fire alarms
Check out the oven hood for physical damages, smoke damage or wire disconnects- all are great indicators of previous damage!
Air filters NEED to be changed every 90 days...when was yours last changed?
Ungrounded outlets increase the chance of shock/electrical fire. This is why a professional inspection is a MUST!
What is hiding behind this crack?
This mold damage might not be visible without removal or the wall or even an inspection!
This is a GREAT example of why gutters need to be cleaned, inspected and regularly cared for!
Testing water pressure is a quick test that can be done at the hose bib. The normal range is 45-65 PSI.
Watch your step!
Check out this furnace concern!
My daughter and I inspecting some items in the crawl space!
Another quick inspection to see whats going on in the fireplace.
Make sure that deck is secure, safe and inspected!
Again, I don't even know where to start with this one! This is a fire just WAITING to happen.
Do you think this will hold up? An inspection can determine the quality of this plumbing
Fascia board concerns and damages are easily neglected and unnoticeable, but it impacts the quality of the eaves and siding!
Was a door down there first??? Or a wall??
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