Various new home communities often show poor drainage practices. Read this to find out what to look for in your new home community.
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.
From Instagram, on-site during a home inspection:
Here’s a little post we did about basement bedrooms:
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.
From a recent client,
The rental management company is reimbursing me for rent and security deposit. I couldn’t thank you enough for all of your help. I will recommend you to anyone who could benefit from your detailed inspections. Thank you again!!!!! Please let me know if there is anywhere I can leave a review or recommendation.
When clients contact us for mold issues, the living situation is quickly becoming dire. Understanding this, we schedule, sample, and report quickly in order to expedite the client’s process.
The email above was received just over two days after we arrived on-site. Our client was able to pack up and move out with money in-hand. Her investment in us, you might say, was well rewarded.
Thumbtack recently honored us as a “Top Pro 2018” for Cary, NC.
We hope this video helps: