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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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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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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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Rodents

The Perfect Season for a Rodent Inspection

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Rodent infestations are a serious problem for many homeowners. Unfortunately, rodents can thrive in any season around here, which makes it difficult to know when to schedule a rodent inspection from Residential Inspector of America. So, what time of year for something like this? Let’s take a look at some of your options.

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Atlanta

5 Common Plumbing Issues in a New Build

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Building a new home is an exciting process that can also be overwhelming. One of the most important aspects of your new construction is the plumbing system. That’s why Residential Inspector of America ensures that all your plumbing pipes, fixtures, and appliances are installed correctly through our new construction inspections. So, let’s look at some […]

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Sewer Line Inspection

Uncovering the Importance of a Sewer Scope

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One of the most crucial processes of home inspection for any homebuyer is the sewer line evaluation or sewer scope for short. The sewer scope involves inspecting the sewer line of the house with a small camera. But why is it necessary? Well, Residential Inspector of America explains the importance of a sewer scope, especially before […]

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Atlanta

How Owning a Pool Affects Your Home Insurance

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If you’re looking at buying a home with a pool or want to install one, then it’s essential to understand how it affects your home insurance. A pool in your backyard can increase your overall property value, but it also comes with additional risks and liabilities. So, here are all the things Residential Inspector of […]

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Buford

Why You Shouldn’t Ignore Foundation Issues in Your Home

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When it comes to home maintenance and repairs, many homeowners focus on the aesthetics of their property and overlook the importance of foundation issues. While taking care of landscaping and interior structures is important, ignoring foundation problems can cause major headaches down the road. So, Residential Inspector of America walks you through why you shouldn’t […]

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New Home Tips

How to Get Your New House Ready to Live In

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Buying a new house is exciting, and Residential Inspector of America is happy about your new adventure! Now it’s time to get to work and make it feel like home. But where do you start? There are so many rooms and so much to do! Don’t worry, we’re here to help. With our inspection report […]

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New Construction Inspector

3 Common Mistakes Found During Pre-Drywall Inspections

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Pre-drywall inspections by Residential Inspector of America are an important part of the building process. A pre-drywall inspection is a visual review of the framing, plumbing, mechanical, and electrical systems to make sure that everything is up to code before drywall is installed. Still, mistakes happen, and these are the three most common mistakes we […]

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