3 Reasons to Order a Builder’s Warranty Inspection

3 Reasons to Order a Builder’s Warranty Inspection

You’ve decided to build your dream home. After shopping around, you carefully chose the builder. Inspections were done before closing. Now you’ve moved in and are enjoying your new house. Why should you order a builder’s warranty inspection? A...
Order a Home Inspection on New Construction

Order a Home Inspection on New Construction

At first thought, you might believe an inspection isn’t necessary when buying a brand new house. After all, everything is brand new: the materials, the construction, the appliances. However, there are many problems that you might encounter when you move into a...
8 Things That Cause Mold At Home

8 Things That Cause Mold At Home

Mold is a type of fungus that plays an important role in nature by decomposing organic material. However, mold causes illness and damages property when it grows indoors. Don’t make these 8 common mistakes that cause mold in the home. 1. Neglected Leaks Mold thrives in...
Radon in the Home: Information for Homeowners

Radon in the Home: Information for Homeowners

Radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas that’s the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. Radon occurs naturally in the ground in every state and high levels of this gas have been found in one of every 15 homes. Fortunately, testing...
Buying a Home? Order a 4-Point Home Inspection

Buying a Home? Order a 4-Point Home Inspection

If you are planning to buy a home, having it inspected is a great way to make sure that it’s in good condition. If you’re buying an older home, also request a 4-point home inspection. Many insurance companies won’t issue a policy without this basic inspection...
Maintain a Healthy Lawn All Summer

Maintain a Healthy Lawn All Summer

Well-tended landscaping adds to your home’s curb appeal. With some work and maintenance, you can maintain a healthy lawn all summer. Water to Maintain a Healthy Lawn Your lawn needs water to look green and vibrant. Watering as necessary should be your first priority...