Technical Articles on Home Inspections

This website provides free reference articles intended to provide information related to home inspections and building related topics particularly applicable in South Florida communities; however most of the material is intended to be helpful throughout North America. The series of articles focuses on topics and issues providing referenced information answering common questions we receive while performing our home inspection services. Many times home inspectors see something that looks wrong but need to pinpoint industry standards that apply. This site provides answers to these types of questions.

Homebuyers’ Concerns!

Homebuyers’ Concerns!

Whether you are building your dream home or purchasing an older home that has been listed on the market, indoor air quality should be a major priority during your search. Learn about how you can make sure your future home’s air is safe and healthy by addressing these concerns BEFORE you buy.

Five Air Purifying Plants

Five Air Purifying Plants

Combat Indoor Air Pollution with These 5 Hardy Air Purifying Plants- What benefits can this provide for you and your family?
Not everyone was born with a green thumb and a knack for taking care of houseplants. Thankfully, there are several popular plants that require very little maintenance to thrive indoors. One of the easiest and most natural ways that you can combat indoor air pollution is by purchasing several of these low maintenance houseplants and placing them in various rooms throughout your home.

COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update

COVID-19 Update, Can real estate and home inspection business be performed in person at someone’s private residence?

Video Series: What Would The Inspector Do? Air Conditioning Problems

Video Series: What Would The Inspector Do? Air Conditioning Problems

The ultimate question many feel to ask their home inspector is WOULD YOU BUY THIS HOME? What is the REAL ultimate question? As explained in the video, the question home inspectors wish they were asked is, “How would YOU go about resolving these issues noted in the report?” Some home inspectors with experience will even answer the question, “what kind of costs might we be talking about?” Read about the best air conditioning system in the market right now.

Disclaimer:

All due care is taken to provide true and accurate information on this website. However always call and check with a local building department professional before acting on anything you read on this site as changes are always happening with Codes, Standards and Regulations and requirements can vary greatly from jurisdiction to jurisdiction. This information is for general knowledge and reference but is not a code enforcement or building science authority. Some information on this site is based on our opinions and experience developed from our home inspection services and past construction experience as well as our affiliations with The American Society of Home Inspectors and the International Code Council. These opinions are not authoritative but may be helpful in understanding industry standards and finding relevant answers.

Home Inscpections Include:

■ General Home Inspection (Structural, Plumbing, Electrical, HVAC, roof)

■ Thermal Imaging scan (locates water leaks, overheating electrical, AC leaks behind walls and other surfaces)

■ Termite inspection ( Includes General and
Lawn pests, and rodent inspection)

■ Sewer Video Inspection (High definition recording of underground sewer pipes)

■ Seawall Inspection (By a Seawall structural engineer)

■ Mold Lab Testing (By a Mold Hygienist)

■ Wind Mitigation and 4 Point Insurance Inspections

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