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How green is your home? That's a question not heard very often, but might be in the not too distant future. There are some inspectors offering Green building certification inspections (myself one of them very soon) and I dare say that real estate listing agents will soon be using this to further ...
01/23/2009
I'm sure it's been said before, but it bears repeating and reminding:    Wood-stoves and Fireplaces can be fun and romantic and warm, cozy, homey, and a slew of other descriptive words that conjure up nice images.  However, they can also lead to destruction and heartache if not regularly cleaned ...
11/23/2007
Many buyers hire the services of a professional home inspector to look at the home they are considering buying. Although many seasoned sales people know what is required to speed the process along, an equal number of home sellers do not. Here are a couple of tips to help the inspection go smoothe...
10/19/2007
This applies to anyone that serves clients, Agent, Inspector, Home stager, mortgage lender, contractor or lawyer. If you do something for someone and then get paid for it...here's something to ponder.      It occurred to me the other day, during an inspection that what truly makes the experience ...
07/17/2007
One of the best resources when getting ready to sell a home is, undeniably, the Real Estate Agent. I would never take away from a good agent the bucket loads of experience and sound advice they can and do, offer. Also, I would definitely consider the services of a professional Home Stager, as the...
06/15/2007
Urea Formaldehyde Foam Insulation was an insulating product used from the 1950's to the 1980's, that was made by mixing two chemicals together that formed an expansive foam. It was applied using a sprayer that would apply it at about 100 psi (more than twice the amount of air pressure a typical c...
06/11/2007
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