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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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Residential Inspections

4 Reasons Your Home is Hard to Sell

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Selling your home can be a daunting task, and sometimes, it can take longer than you expected, even in this active economy. There are many reasons a home can languish on the market for months or even years, leading to frustration for the homeowner. However, rather than simply giving up, it is important to identify […]

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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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Sewer Line Inspection

Why Are Sewer Pipes Underground?

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Have you ever wondered why we put our sewer pipes in the ground? This is often a question that comes up for homebuyers who are looking to purchase an older home with a septic. So, Residential Inspector of America is here to explain some of the main reasons our sewers run underground.

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Home Inspections

4 Ways to Spot Faulty Wiring in Your Home

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A home’s wiring system is complex and intricate, and it’s essential to ensure that everything is working correctly. Faulty wiring is a significant safety hazard that can cause fires, electric shocks, and other hazards. However, it can be challenging to identify a problem with the wiring until it’s too late. So, how do you spot […]

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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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Spa & Pool Inspection

5 Questions to Ask When Buying a Home with a Pool

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Buying a home with a pool in Georgia can be an exciting investment for you and your family. A pool can provide endless hours of fun and relaxation, but it has its fair share of responsibility. As a homeowner, it’s your responsibility to maintain your pool and ensure it’s safe for your family and guests. […]

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