On March 1, 2015 CBS News opened their television show “60 Minutes”, with the following statement. “60 Minutes found that Lumber Liquidators ’ Chinese-made laminate flooring contains amounts of toxic formaldehyde that may not meet health and safety standards”.
We are changing our approach to home inspections and COVID-19. As the coronavirus continues to spread across the globe and in our communities, we are constantly re-evaluating our policies and procedures.
Millions of decks have been built in the US over the last 50 years or so. Many of the early decks were built with redwood or cedar lumber which have a natural resistance to rot and decay.
Here are ten questions to ask your home inspector before you make the largest purchase of your life.
Together, we are facing a truly unprecedented situation. The global corona virus pandemic is affecting all our families, our communities, and our businesses.
Protecting your home & family from mold and other contaminants can be a daunting job. Indoor air quality is a major concern as we spend a lot more time inside our homes these days.
Have you neglected to clean your washing machine? It can seem counter-intuitive at first—this is the machine that CLEANS things, so shouldn’t it,
Why should I have a roof inspection? Most of us take for granted that our roof will protect our home and everyone in it. We don’t give it much thought until there’s a leak.
We’re all spending a lot more time at home with family this summer. Make the most of all that together time by planning some fun and creative family activities.
As we begin to reopen our communities while still dealing with Covid-19 in our communities, we are again reviewing and revising our policies and procedures.