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Termite Inspection

Are Termites Making Your Home Unsellable?

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If you’re like most people, the thought of termites infesting your home is terrifying. Not only are they a nuisance, but they can also cause serious damage to your property. In some cases, termites can even make your home unsellable. New buyers simply don’t want to deal with a termite infestation. So, before you put […]

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Atlanta

Common Foundation Issues in Older Homes

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In real estate, a home 50 years old is often considered an older home. That’s because building codes and standards have changed dramatically over the last five decades. These changes include the type of foundation poured or used for most houses in the area. As a result, foundational issues are among the most common problems […]

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Spa & Pool Inspection

3 Safety Features to Add to Your Pool

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A pool is a great place to unwind after a long day, spend time with the family, and enjoy some much-needed R&R. But, there’s also a lot of responsibility that comes with putting in a pool, including features that ensure everyone stays safe. So, if you’re considering putting in a new pool this year or […]

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Certified Inspector

Why Have Your Electrical Inspected

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As a homeowner, you rely on the electricity in your home to keep the lights and the WiFi on. However, according to the National Fire Protection Association, nearly 34,000 homes burn to the ground because of an electrical fire. No matter how new or old your home is, it’s important a professional inspect your electricity […]

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Home Warranty

3 Benefits of an 18-Month Home Warranty

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When purchasing a home, getting an inspection falls at the top of the priority list. With that inspection, you should expect some kind of warranty, regardless of which inspection company you use. An additional 12-month warranty on your new home usually comes from the builder, but if you’re looking for 18 months of coverage, then […]

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New Home Construction

The 3 Phases of New Construction Home Inspections

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When it comes to new home construction, many homeowners rely only on county inspectors. However, Residential Inspector of America doesn’t recommend this approach. County inspectors are often busier than private companies and can miss significant code violations or building issues. So, when you bring in an outside firm, they will meticulously complete the three phases […]

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