Why Home Inspections Include Attics

Why do home inspectors have to look in the attic? What can you see up there?Good question. A professional home inspector will always include the attic inspection as part of the complete inspection because attics “tell” the history of the home. Attic inspections...

Why Do Basements Leak

As inspectors – we see quite a few basements. The biggest complaint or concern we hear concerns a moisture-related problem. There are three basic reasons for a basement to develop a leak or a moisture problem. Sometimes a little detective work is needed to...

Should You Have Your Home Tested for Meth?

Even if the owner disclosed prior drug use you should have the home tested for traces of drugs. The dangers aren’t worth the risk. These chemicals can saturate the walls, get into the carpet and house contents such as furniture. Lead and mercury are common byproducts...

Signs of Meth

All of us have a list of concerns when moving into a new home but if you’re in Missouri you should have possible meth contamination on your list. If you’re moving into a location that is in or near a drug abuse area, foreclosed property or prior use area consider...

Clearing Out The Clutter

Is your home clean or cluttered? We all have different standards, and while some can’t stand having a mess in their home, others aren’t bothered by it. While the way you live your life is entirely up to you, there are some good reasons to clear up the clutter in your...

Preventing Heat-Loss From Pipes

Are your water pipes insulated? You might not worry about it since they run inside your home, but there are many reasons why insulating your pipes is beneficial. One issue that comes from uninsulated pipes is the possibility of heat transfer, causing your hot water to...
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