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New Construction Inspector

Most Common Issues Found During New-Build Inspections

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Building a new home is an exciting endeavor but can also come with its fair share of challenges. One crucial step in the process is having Residential Inspector of America perform a construction inspection to ensure everything is built according to code and up to standard. Here are some of the most common issues we […]

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Termite Inspection

3 Reasons Your Old Home Needs a Termite Inspection

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As a homeowner, it’s essential to take care of your property and ensure that it remains safe and structurally sound. One often overlooked aspect of home maintenance is termite inspections. These tiny pests can wreak havoc on your home without you even realizing it. If you have an older home, it’s especially important to call […]

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Mold Testing

4 Reasons to Get a Mold Inspection after a Water Leak

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Water leaks can happen to anyone, especially during stormy seasons in Buford, GA. While the immediate concern may be fixing the leak and preventing further damage to your property, it’s essential also to consider the potential for mold growth. Mold can grow within 24-48 hours of water exposure, so it’s crucial to call Residential Inspector […]

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Air Quality Testing

5 Innovative Storage Solutions for Spring Cleaning

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As the weather warms up and we begin to shake off the winter blues, it’s time to tackle one of the most dreaded tasks of the season—spring cleaning. While decluttering and organizing can feel overwhelming, plenty of innovative storage solutions can help make the process easier and even fun! Residential Inspector of America offers five […]

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Air Quality Testing

5 Hidden Areas of Your Home To Spring Clean

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It’s springtime again, which means it’s time to tackle that spring cleaning checklist you have in your head! While most people focus on closets and floors, there are several hidden areas in your home to spring clean. Today, Residential Inspector of America takes you on an adventure to explore five hidden areas of your home […]

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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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Atlanta

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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