Get Your Home Ready

Posted by Sharon Johnson on March 03, 2011  /   Posted in home inspection

Get your home ready for the new year (ARA) – For many, the new year represents a fresh start and there is no better place to begin than inside the home. Your home is meant to last, but over time, simple wear and tear can result in inefficient systems and less-than-perfect conditions. Give your baseboards

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What is a Home Inspection Worth to You

Posted by Sharon Johnson on February 25, 2011  /   Posted in home inspection

Often when our phone rings in the office, the first question asked is “How much do you charge for a Home Inspection?”. Perhaps, the more appropriate question might be “How much is your Home Inspection worth? Though most people are necessarily searching for the cheapest price, they are often searching for the best deal. First,

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Top 10 Innovative Products for Do-It-Yourselfers

Posted by Sharon Johnson on February 18, 2011  /   Posted in do it yourself, home inspection, Renovations and Remodels

Top 10 innovative products for do-it-yourselfers to kick off 2011 (ARA) – Do-it-yourselfers range from experts to novices, ambitious renovators to weekend handypersons, but one thing they all share is the drive to find products and tools that can make their home improvement projects easy, successful and fast. “Do-it-yourselfers appreciate home improvement products that are

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An easy way to save 15 percent on utility bills

Posted by Sharon Johnson on January 03, 2011  /   Posted in Uncategorized

An easy way to save 15 percent on utility bills (ARA) -M Saving money around the house continues to be a major pursuit for homeowners nationwide. And with a focus on going green, savvy homeowners are looking for ways to cut energy use to reduce utility bills and their home’s carbon footprint. There are dozens

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Get a Home Inspection Before Someone Gets Hurt

Posted by Bill on November 20, 2010  /   Posted in energy

During a home inspection we found the potential for burnt flue gases to back vent into the home, exists. Extremely dangerous situation to anyone living in the home. Repair Costs: Up to $500- The repair can be negotiated with seller if you know about it BEFORE buying. For Your Protection…Get a Home Inspection.

Your dryer vent can be a hidden hazard

Posted by Sharon Johnson on July 01, 2010  /   Posted in energy

Dryer Vent Wizard professionally inspects and cleans clothing dryers for homeowners and in commercially-owned buildings. Poorly maintained dryer vents cause fire hazards and cost substantially more to operate. One of the most important functions of a dryer is the elimination of moisture recovered during the heating of damp clothing. This moisture is held in the

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