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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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Home Inspections

Navigating Your Home Inspection: What Comes Next?

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Homeownership is a journey. One crucial point in this adventure is the home inspection – a step that can seem daunting but is a crucial part of the experience. Below, Residential Inspector of America guides you through the process, ensuring you’re fully prepared for what comes next.

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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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Sample Reports (What to Expect from an Inspection by RIA)

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  At Residential Inspector of America, we pride ourselves on exceeding the expectations of our clients.  We are happy to offer scheduling 7 days per week, and we have staff available 24/7 to assist you!  Additionally, here are a few amazing features of our distinguished services:  We have over 25 years of experience! We have […]

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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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Home Warranty

Why Get an 18-Month Home Warranty?

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When you are looking for a home warranty, one of the most important things to consider is the length of the contract. Most people automatically assume that the longer the warranty, the better it is. However, this may not be true in all cases. In fact, an 18-month home warranty might be a better option […]

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New Home Construction

3 Common Issues Found in a New Construction Inspection

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A new construction inspection is an important step in the home building process. It can help identify any potential problems with the construction of your home before they become more significant issues. At Residential Inspector of America, our new construction inspections reveal many problems, including those listed here.

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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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Carbon monoxide detectors

4 FAQs about Carbon Monoxide Detectors

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Protecting your family from potential dangers within your home is a top priority. With a professional home inspection from Residential Inspector of America, you can prepare for these possible dangers. However, some can creep into your home well after we’re gone. Carbon monoxide is one such danger, and if you don’t have working detectors, your […]

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