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2007 

A great old home inspector once remarked that a screwdriver can be the only tool you'll ever need to do home inspections. Now I wouldn't entirely agree with that, as I love my gadgets, but it certainly is one of the top weapons in the home inspector arsenal. As you can plainly see in the photos, ...
11/28/2007
A great old home inspector once remarked that a screwdriver can be the only tool you'll ever need to do home inspections. Now I wouldn't entirely agree with that, as I love my gadgets, but it certainly is one of the top weapons in the home inspector arsenal. As you can plainly see in the photos, ...
11/28/2007
Many homes across the country rely on private wells as their water source for drinking, cooking, and bathing. Most home owners who have wells never think to routinely check their system or water quality until a problem arises. Contamination of the water, frequently from bacteria, is common but pr...
11/27/2007
Many homes across the country rely on private wells as their water source for drinking, cooking, and bathing. Most home owners who have wells never think to routinely check their system or water quality until a problem arises. Contamination of the water, frequently from bacteria, is common but pr...
11/27/2007
Energy auditing these days has become more precise and informative largely due to the newer breed of portable, less costly infrared cameras. Traditionally the major tool for home energy assessments was the blower door fan. This piece of equipment is a bulky calibrated fan designed to mount into t...
11/23/2007
Energy auditing these days has become more precise and informative largely due to the newer breed of portable, less costly infrared cameras. Traditionally the major tool for home energy assessments was the blower door fan. This piece of equipment is a bulky calibrated fan designed to mount into t...
11/23/2007
Many homeowners today believe lead is no longer a concern. But recently the lead found in children's toys has rekindled awareness of this all too common toxin. Lead paint is estimated to be found in three quarters of the housing stock in the United States. Families wanting to protect their childr...
11/13/2007
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