OUR INSPECTION BLOG

Should You Install Cameras?

You may have noticed that doorbell cameras and the systems associated with them have become more and more popular in recent years. While a single doorbell camera may not be the greatest tool for deterring criminals, you may find that having a system of security...

A Simple Life Saver

There's a very simple device that you can undoubtedly find in your kitchen and bathroom that is constantly working hard to save your life. What is it? The simple GFCI, or Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter. What does it do? It constantly monitors the electrical flow of...

Don’t Lose Hope!

Have you ever dropped something valuable down the drain of your sink, or into a flushing toilet? If you have, you undoubtedly remember the agonizing pain and disappointment that followed. However, if you weren't already aware of it, you should know that there is a...

Keeping Your Mold-friendly Room Mold-free

If you had to guess which room in your house is the most likely to be a major source of mold growth, it probably wouldn't take you long to come up with an answer. Bathrooms are notoriously moist rooms, which is one of the foremost contributors to mold growth. If you...

Too Much To Inspect?

How large is the property you plan to buy or sell? Some properties may have hundreds of apartments, or commercial property may include thousands of square feet, like a warehouse or an office building. The sheer size of the property may cause an inspection to take a...

The Importance of Mowing

This time of year, you're probably up to your eyeballs in landscaping chores. The sunshine and warm temperatures are making things grow and grow and GROW. Some years, it feels like the lawn needs to be mowed every day. One thing to keep in mind is that there is no...

Where Have Your Hands Been?

Do you know where your hands have been? While primarily spread by person-to-person contact, experts have said that the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 may live on surfaces for hours to days after the first contact. Since that’s the case, even though we typically...

Stuck at Home?

With the way things are going lately, you may find yourself with copious amounts of time on your hands, unable to leave your home. So what can you do to make the most of that time? Here are some ideas that you might find helpful: Get started early on spring...

Re-grouting Tile

Many enjoy a beautifully tiled floor or wall, and ceramic tile is very durable as a building material. Due to being waterproof, it is ideal for placement in bathrooms, kitchens and laundry rooms. The problem is that the grout in between the tiles will degrade over...

Fire Prevention

Make sure your electrical system is up to code, and don’t overload your outlets by daisy chaining power strips or running several high-voltage appliances from a single outlet. Have fire alarms positioned throughout the house, make sure you replace batteries as soon as...

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What Every Home Buyer In Texas Should Know

Are you buying a home in Smith County, Gregg County, or one of the surrounding areas? Then there is some important information you should know - from the perspective of a home inspector.

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