We’ve talked a lot about why home and commercial property inspections are so important — but why are reinspections just as important?
You have to take many factors into consideration when buying a home or commercial property: location, size, features, price, and condition.
Every year you probably get an annual physical from your doctor (or you should). You may even take in your car for an inspection once a year.
When it comes to your home or commercial property, the air quality inside is just as important as the building iteself.
Are you a first-time buyer of a home or commercial property? You may have some uncertainty or even a little doubt. That’s perfectly normal, even for experienced buyers.
Are you planning on selling your home or commercial real estate? If so, you’re probably thinking of ways to attract prospective buyers — and higher offers.
You may think because the building is still new, there won’t be any problems. Think again. We often find defects during our 11-month warranty inspection, and any one of these defects can be quite costly if ignored. After one year, builder defects become your responsibility. Learn more about professional builder’s warranty inspections and how to ensure so any necessary repairs are on the builder’s dime, not yours.
Termites are a topic nobody likes to talk about. However, the costs of not talking about termites — and the damage they can cause — is much worse.
Not sure whether your water heater is in good condition? Worried you may need to replace your water heater? Here’s everything you need to know about water heaters—and why it matters.
What is mold and where is it found?
How is mold testing done?