Easily Diagnosing Radiant Floor Heating Issues

In recent years, radiant floor heating has become more popular than it used to be due to several significant advantages that it has over other heating systems. For one thing, there are no bulky heating elements taking up valuable square footage. For another, there's...

What To Do With a Defect

So you had a home inspection. Everything seemed to go well – until the inspector went into the crawlspace. As he came out and explained the issue to you, you might have panicked a little inside. You may have wondered if this issue can be fixed, how much will it cost,...

Install Your Appliances Properly!

Appliances are a very important part of our modern, everyday life. Just take a moment to think about how many times you use appliances every single day. Most people understandably take this for granted. While the installation of many appliances can be fairly...

This Interruption Could Save Your Life

Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters, or GFCIs for short, are incredibly important devices. They're required to be installed in any room with a water source, like a bathroom, kitchen, or laundry room for the simple fact that water and electricity don't mix. As you may be...

Do You Have Old Windows?

Since the state of Ohio was founded in 1803, it's one of the senior members of the United States. And when you look around certain neighborhoods, you'll undoubtedly find a plethora of older homes - they don't all date back to the 1800s, but still, they're getting up...

Why Home Inspectors Go In The Attic

Today’s homes have many different ways to ventilate the attic area. These vents must be located, identified, and examined for adequacy. The inspection should reveal if there are any signs of high moisture or condensation because of lack of ventilation. Also, plumbing...

In Real Estate: Four Common Pitfalls to Avoid

Myth 1. I don’t need to use a Realtor Knowledge and Experience are your greatest assets.  We can learn from our own mistakes, but it is much less painful to learn from someone else’s.  Experienced Professionals know the mistakes others have made and can help...

What Causes a Wet Basement?

Hydrostatic pressure is the term used to describe water that builds up vertically along the side of the foundation walls. The higher the vertical column of water the more the weight of the water causes pressure to build. Water always takes the path of least resistance...

HOME INSPECTION FAQ’S

Q. Why do I need a Home Inspection? The purchase of a home is often the largest single investment families ever make.  Learning as much as you can about the condition of the property before you buy just makes sense.  The time to discover the need for...

Vinyl Siding for Your Home

Out of all the different types of siding materials, you probably can’t find a better value for your money than vinyl. Vinyl gives you good durability at a low price while not being too complicated to install. This is why vinyl is one of the most common materials you...

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