Keeping Your Cool: The Importance of Regular HVAC Maintenance

According to the US Department of Energy estimates that heating and cooling account for around 48% of the average home’s energy usage, so a malfunctioning or inefficient HVAC system can significantly impact energy usage and costs. As home inspectors, one of the most important aspects of our job is ensuring.. read more →

Leaking Money: The Costly Consequences of Plumbing Leaks

Did you know that the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that the average household’s leaks can account for nearly 10,000 gallons of wasted water every year? This not only leads to higher water bills, but it can also cause damage to a home’s infrastructure and contribute to mold and mildew.. read more →

🤔 Moving into a new house can be exciting, but don’t let the pretty paint job fool you—you never know what you’re moving into without a thorough home inspection! 🏠

It’s both thrilling and stressful to consider the prospect of purchasing a new home. The fresh paint and new cabinets are quite enticing, but don’t let your attention be diverted by their beauty. The truth is always stranger than fiction, and new buyers are often taken back after taking possession… read more →

Stopping the Drip: Tips for Locating and Repairing Roof Leaks

As home inspectors, one of the most critical issues we encounter during our inspections is roof leaks. A roof leak may seem like a minor problem, but it can cause significant damage to your home’s structure and contents. Moisture intrusion into your home can lead to mold growth, wood rot,.. read more →