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Siding to soil clearance

Siding to soil clearance

The recommended clearance of masonry siding products (brick, stone, etc.) is 6 inches.
Wood siding clearance is recommended to be 8 inches from soil.

Ever present enemy Part II

Ever present enemy Part II

The roof of your home consists of the roof covering and the structure that supports it. The roof covering is designed to keep as much water as possible out of your house. In the Houston area, most residential roof coverings are based on asphalt shingles although there...

Landscaping for the health of your home Part II

Landscaping for the health of your home Part II

In the first part we talked about the importance of proper slope around your foundation so that water isn't held against the foundation. Now lets talk about the things to consider when planning new landscaping beds near the house. One of the most common faults I find...

Fire safety in your home

Fire safety in your home

Fire is something we all fear. There is a home structure fire every 86 seconds in the United States. Over 2,600 people died in US structure fires in 2015. Obviously, we need to do everything we can to prevent fires, detect fires and escape fires. Prevention means...

The ever present enemy (of your house)

The ever present enemy (of your house)

We all want to take better care of ourselves and our loved ones. A great way to do both is to make sure your home is a healthy, safe and comfortable one. The absolute best place to start is to learn how the number one enemy of your home affects every part of your...

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At Spot On Inspection, PLLC, we understand the time-sensitive nature of real estate transactions—that’s why we offer professional property inspections that will accommodate any schedule. We’re available to take appointments 7 days a week, including weekends, evenings, and holidays when necessary. Contact us today to request an appointment.

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