If you have marks on your walls, consider reading this handy guide called, “Ghosting.” And we always thought that was for not calling Mom back.
From our fall storms, we’ve learned the dangers of flooded homes. Read this before you re-enter any flood-damaged home.
Before you sign on the dotted line, use this handy checklist to find out the real condition of your new home. You might even need the seller to get out a broom!
Many homes we inspect have exercise equipment. Make sure you learn the dangers here.
Many home buyers ask us, “What is that white powder? Is it bad?” Generally, efflorescence (that white powder on cement block and brick) is a cosmetic build-up of salts, but it shows where the water has built up. Here’s an overview.
InterNACHI gives an easy overview of the tax and inspection implications of your investment property. Know how to use and manage these larger assets.
If you’re buying a home soon, you may want to check your credit score beforehand. Here’s an easy guide to what’s in it and why.
In Raleigh, Durham, Greensboro, Charlotte, and various other cities in the area, noise control between buildings can be a noticeable issue. Here is InterNACHI’s overview guide to controlling building noise.
Some homes and climates require additional humidification (you read that right, not “de-humidification). But humidifiers have a host of dangers they introduce. To know whether humidification is best for you and your family, read here.
Ever wonder why some homes are more susceptible to break-ins? Here’s a simple guide to making your home burglar-resistant, from lighting to doors to windows to pets and even the radio!