Appeals

2010 Fall Offering

Before a home is purchased, an inspector walks through with a clipboard, making notes and listing deficiencies.  Home buyers already have their own list of rooms to paint, flooring to replace, landscaping projects, and so on. Add to that the inspector’s critique, and finding a good home can be a challenging experience.

Home buyers are first drawn to the things easily visible to the eye… the things on the surface…the “curb appeal.” But the home inspector looks at the things which make the house work… the structure, plumbing, electrical, and of course, the foundation.

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