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High & Dry: What Homeowners Need to Know About Roofs, Part 2 In last month’s Inspection Connection, we discussed roofing components, including the concept of roof incline and the five major foes of roofs. In this Newsletter, we’ll discuss roofing materials, leaks, maintenance, ventilation and saf...
Along with the foundation, the roof is the most important component of the home. The roof protects the top surface of the home from the effects of the weather, provides structural support to framing members, and helps maintain the thermal blanket (temperature control) of the home.Roofs provide se...
Here's the list of home inspectors that David "conveniently" left off of his list. I wonder why....http://www.ashi.org/find/default.aspx
Here is the monthly tips newsletter for all who are interested. There is some more good stuff in here to help all you realtors become a little more familiar with home in general.Here's to a good summer market...From Inspect-It 1st Property Inspection"The Nation's Premier Property Inspection Comp...
All,There's a lot of good energy saving information in this article. Much of this, you may have read or seen before, but who knows? Maybe you'll find information in here you didn't know about that can help you or your clients. If you would like to be included in my monthly informational emaili...
All,Here is another write up that some of you may find interesting. I figure there's never too much you can know about a home!Garage Safety IssuesFrom Inspect-It 1st Property Inspection"The Nation's Premier Property Inspection Company"Garages come in many different shapes and sizes. They range f...
Water Intrusion: Your Home's Worst EnemyThe past year has been fascinating in the inspection business. As a national company, we've dealt with water intrusion issues in virtually every possible scenario, from unexpected freezes in Arizona to massive snows and rains in the Northeast to tornados an...