Though we don’t see much stucco in this area, here is a helpful diagram of the proper step and kickout flashings for a roof intersecting a side wall:
The Mesothelioma Center recently sent us Your Guide to Hiring an Asbestos Abatement Company, and we wanted Asbestos Abatement Guide as a free resource. Enjoy! Asbestos.com also has more information and resources for those dealing with the harmful, home-hidden substance.
In association with InterNACHI and the North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board, Britt recently became an approved continuing education and prelicensure instructor. If you are an inspector in need of training or a future inspector in need of licensure, contact us for details.
Thumbtack recently honored us as a “Top Pro 2018” for Cary, NC. Check out our ratings on reviews at Thumbtack.
with at least one peculiarity:
This older garage has storage, outlets, three doors, even a wood stove!
We’ve seen quite a few poorly built back decks that stand over 6′ off the ground. Here is an example of one that is quite well built.
Do home inspectors work for real estate agents? Banks? Or the home buyer himself? We answer in this fourth video in our series, “Top Questions”:
In our second installment in the “Top Questions” video series, we tackle, “What is a home inspection?” Enjoy: Links mentioned: NCHILB.com InterNACHI.org
In the first of our “Top Questions” video series, Britt answers the ever-popular question, “How do you become a home inspector in the state of North Carolina?” Links mentioned: NCHILB.com InterNACHI.org