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Five Fire Safety Tips For The Home

As a homeowner, you always want to make sure your home is safe. One threat that is always a possibility is a house fire. Here are five fire safety tips for the home that you can start practicing today. Be Vigilant With Smoke Detectors Make sure you have placed fire...

Thermal Imaging During Home Inspections

You might have come across the term thermal imaging, especially if you are purchasing a home. Thermal imaging is a relatively new tool used among skilled home inspectors. By using thermal imaging during home inspections, the home inspector can detect areas with...

Plumbing Backflow Prevention

One of the most common deficiencies encountered in Houston home inspection is the absence of appropriate plumbing back flow prevention. Even though I commonly report the absence of back flow protection, most homeowners ignore the deficiencies and they remain...

Your Water Meter

A water meter is a device used to measure the amount of water delivered to your home. In the Houston area, the meter is most often located near the curb at the street. It can be located in other places, such as halfway between the street and the home or on the back...

Accordion fittings and clogged drains

Accordion fittings and clogged drains. One always follows the other. Countless Do-it-yourself (DIY) homeowners have fallen for the ease of installation that accordian style plumbing fittings offer. It is true that these fittings can reduce the work load and planning...

Clogged air conditioner drains

Clogged air conditioner drains can damage your air conditioning system, and left long enough, can cause substantial damage to your home. Your air conditioning evaporator, most of which are located in the attic of Houston homes, creates a substantial amount of water....

Electrical System Inspection Part 1

A very big safety concern in any home is the electrical system. Electrical system inspection should be approached with caution. I recommend homeowners limit their inspection to checking light bulbs and using a plug tester. Anything beyond this requires a good...

Foundation Wedge Cracks

A very common deficiency in Houston are foundation wedge cracks, also known as “corner pops”. These are the result of construction errors. The good news is these cracks generally do not affect the structural integrity of the foundation. They do, however, create a...

Big Ticket items when preparing your home for inspection

Time for nuts and bolts. Our initial focus will the big ticket items when preparing your home for inspection. Maybe you are just thinking about selling your home or maybe it is already listed for sale. Ideally, we want to prepare our homes as much as possible before...

Selling your Houston home: Preparing for Inspection

Selling your Houston home ? In Texas, the residential real estate process is driven by deadlines. The home inspection process has to fit inside the time constraints and the seller plays a big role in determining those constraints. We are going to explore the option...

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