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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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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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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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3 Things Home Inspections and Appraisals Have in Common

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Many first-time homebuyers confuse inspections for appraisals, and vice versa. However, these two evaluations of a home are not the same, and opting out of one or the other might cost you. Furthermore, they’re both essential to your financial interest in a home, so you must employ a professional, like Residential Inspector of America. Yet, […]

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Infrared Inspections

3 Issues Revealed by Infrared Inspections

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A home inspection can reveal issues that could lead to bigger problems down the road. However, a regular inspection can’t reveal everything, especially when it concerns what’s happening within the walls of the home. That’s why most people also choose to have an infrared inspection done by Residential Inspector of America. Here are some of […]

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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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5 Things to Be Aware Of When Buying an Older Home

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Are you dreaming of owning an older home? Maybe you like the idea of restoring a centuries-old home or the fact you can own a piece of history. Before diving into a purchase, you must be aware of the potential problems with older homes. Thankfully, a home inspection from Residential Inspector of America can help […]

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3 Things to Know About Home Inspections

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Finding the right home for your family is exciting. Whether you’re upgrading or looking to downgrade, you put a lot of thought and work into your home search. However, before you settle on what you think is the perfect property, you should hire a home inspector. A home inspection is a common practice of the […]

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How to Choose a Home Inspector

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The home inspection is an important part of the home-buying process. Its results can have a significant impact on your satisfaction with the home and the final purchase price. The home inspector is responsible for spotting issues with the home and relaying that information back to you. However, they are not responsible for repairs, which […]

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