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Home Inspections

4 Things You Might Miss Without a Home Inspection

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Making the leap into homeownership is undeniably one of the most significant milestones in life. For first-time homebuyers, the process can be a rollercoaster of excitement, stress, and, most importantly, a learning experience. While searching for the perfect abode often leads to many stunning prospects, the charming facade might just be that — a facade. […]

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Commercial Inspections

Residential Vs. Commercial Inspections

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Navigating the intricate process of inspections is a crucial aspect of real estate investment, whether in the residential or commercial sector. During these examinations, potential hazards, legal issues, and significant financial risks can be identified and mitigated. For real estate investors and developers, understanding the clear distinctions between residential and commercial building inspections is vital […]

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Mold Testing

Why Mold Testing Should Be Part of Your Home Inspection

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Home inspections from Residential Inspector of America are like an insurance policy for new homeowners. We foresee potential hazards and unearth structural or mechanical issues that might not be immediately visible. However, there’s a silent troublemaker that often goes undetected during these crucial assessments — mold. So, let’s dive deeper into why mold testing should […]

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What Your Sewer Line Could Be Hiding

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As homeowners, we often take for granted the beautiful, uninterrupted flow of clean water to our homes and the easy exit of waste that we flush down the toilet or wash down the drain. While it’s easy to forget what goes on behind the scenes, the truth is that our sewer lines are hard at […]

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Spa & Pool Inspection

6 Ways to Keep Your Hotel Pool & Spa Safe

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For hotel owners and operators, a swimming pool and spa are often the key amenities that attract visitors. However, these luxuries also come with substantial obligations. You have a legal and ethical responsibility to ensure that your pool and spa are safe, up to code, and inspected regularly. Below, Residential Inspector of America discusses the […]

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Home Inspections

Navigating Your Home Inspection: What Comes Next?

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Homeownership is a journey. One crucial point in this adventure is the home inspection – a step that can seem daunting but is a crucial part of the experience. Below, Residential Inspector of America guides you through the process, ensuring you’re fully prepared for what comes next.

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Stucco Inspector

3 Tips for Handling Moisture Behind Your Stucco

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For homeowners, stucco siding is a popular and stylish choice. However, one significant issue that homeowners face with stucco siding is moisture buildup behind it. Unfortunately, moisture leads to severe problems like mold and rot, which can damage the structure of the home. This is a common thing Residential Inspector of America sees with stucco […]

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New Construction Inspector

4 Reasons Why Building Permits Are Required for Home Additions

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Are you planning on adding a new room, deck, or roof to your home? If so, you might be wondering whether or not you need a building permit. Just like new construction inspections, building permits are critical for ensuring the safety and structural integrity of your home addition, as well as ensuring compliance with local […]

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Mold Testing

Understanding the Results of Mold Testing

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Mold can be a nuisance in any dwelling, but it can also be a serious health risk. That’s why, if you suspect there’s mold in your home, you should call Residential Inspector of America for mold testing. But what comes next after you receive the mold test results? What do the numbers and percentages actually […]

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Stucco Inspector

5 Tips to Avoid Costly Stucco Repairs

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Stucco is a popular siding material that can give your home an elegant and unique look. However, it requires regular maintenance and upkeep to stay in excellent condition. Without proper care, stucco can develop cracks, stains, discoloration, and other issues that can lead to costly stucco repairs. So, if you want to avoid forking over […]

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