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  • A Resource Guide To Home Inspections

    Posted by: Elementary Property Inspections |

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    As professional home inspectors, it’s essential for us to keep updated on the latest inspection trends and find fresh sources of creative inspiration while staying connected to other professionals.

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  • How Regulated Home Inspection Could Help You

    Posted by: Eric Van Riesen |

    How Regulated Home Inspection Could Help You

    The excitement of becoming a homeowner often makes people forget the basics. One of the prerequisites before buying a house is having it inspected. As an instrumental part of the homebuying process, a home inspection can save you a lot of time and money in the long run, as it will help you trace any problems lurking in places you can’t see.

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  • Most Common Mistakes Buyers and Sellers Make With Home Inspection

    Posted by: Eric Van Riesen |

    Most Common Mistakes Buyers and Sellers Make With Home Inspection

    A home inspection is a crucial part of a real estate transaction for both buyers and sellers. The buyer is worried that his potential home may have some defects, however, a seller is concerned about the potential for surprise costs.

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  • ANNOUNCING THE NEW WEBSITE

    Posted by: Eric Van Riesen |

    We are delighted to announce the launch of our new website!

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  • HEALTH RISKS OF ASBESTOS

    Posted by: Elementary Property Inspections |

    Learn about asbestos and how exposure can be dangerous to your health. Also find out how to properly handle a potential asbestos problem. What is asbestos? There are several minerals commonly known as asbestos. These minerals can be used to make products strong, long-lasting and fire-resistant. Before 1990, asbestos was mainly used for insulating buildings and homes against cold weather and noise. It was also used for fireproofing. Industry, construction and commercial sectors have used, and, in some cases, continue to use, asbestos in products like: Cement and plaster Industrial furnaces and heating systems Building insulation Floor and ceiling tiles House siding Car and truck brake pads Vehicle transmission components, such…

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