One of the most often listed defects found by home inspectors, building code officers and city occupancy
Electrical problems called out in an inspection report should always be repaired. However, not all electrical items called out in an inspection require a qualified electrician.
Life is full of surprises some are obvious others are hidden from view. These only show up when it is too late to do
S-traps vs p-traps were common Years ago however most plumbing codes have banned S-trap configurations in favor of P-trap style fixtures. S-traps are no longer used in modern plumbing because on rare occasions with just the right conditions the water…
Plumbing repairs called out in a home inspection are usually minor. However occasionally we find problems that must be repaired. These are usually do-it-yourself projects gone terribly wrong.
A smoke alarm and maybe save your life, Whether you own an older home or a new home I am positive you will enjoy our plain language explanations of many common problems found in the home. Please feel free to…
If your house was built before 1950 there is a good chance it will contain Knob and Tube (K&T) wiring. Knob and tube wiring was used from the 1880’s until the late 1940’s. K & T wiring was almost always…
Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer exceeded only by smoking. Like smoking Radon is a long term threat with variables such as the radon level present and the length of time you were exposed.
So often we find something we have done a certain way for years is suddenly no longer considered proper. This is where we are today with what is called a shared neutral.
Closing can be scary, you made it this far, now what?Here are 16 things you should and should not do before and after closing. First, you must remember nothing is final until you get the keys at closing.