As coronavirus (COVID-19) changes our day to day activities, this InterNACHI article is particularly helpful for home inspectors who plan to continue to perform site visits.
When choosing how to light your home, consider these options.
Here are three mistakes to avoid when buying your next home.
InterNACHI warns of the dangers of this rodent-carried virus. Watch out when working in your crawlspace!
From our fall storms, we’ve learned the dangers of flooded homes. Read this before you re-enter any flood-damaged home.
Many home buyers ask us, “What is that white powder? Is it bad?” Generally, efflorescence (that white powder on cement block and brick) is a cosmetic build-up of salts, but it shows where the water has built up. Here’s an overview.
Ever wonder why some homes are more susceptible to break-ins? Here’s a simple guide to making your home burglar-resistant, from lighting to doors to windows to pets and even the radio!
Here in Raleigh, the weather is often mild for the holidays, and we see lots of backyard grilling action year-round. Here’s an easy guide for barbecuing during Thanksgiving, Christmas, and beyond.
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