When choosing how to light your home, consider these options.
Various new home communities often show poor drainage practices. Read this to find out what to look for in your new home community.
Good advice from one of the most experience property inspectors around, Nick Gromicko.
If you have marks on your walls, consider reading this handy guide called, “Ghosting.” And we always thought that was for not calling Mom back.
From time to time, we find deferred maintenance properties that show carpet beetles in various parts of the home. Here’s an easy overview.
Inspectors should protect themselves and their clients from flooded and moisture-damaged homes. Read here to find out how.
Here’s a little post we did about basement bedrooms:
In addition to our many other certifications and honors, we recently received the Mold and general certifications from the International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants. Check out our mold inspection guidelines at IAC2.org .
We often tell clients and trainees, “Trust your nose.” If you like being in a home, it’s more likely to be safe. If you can’t stand the smell, it’s likely worth finding out why.
Allergens can be hidden, but often our sneezer finds them quickly. Those suffering from asthma also can sense air quality issues.
Certified home inspectors and other indoor air quality consultants can help you determine if you need testing and/or repairs in your home.