Advice From Home Inspectors Huntley IL About Foreclosure House

Posted on: November 25, 2009 by in Blog, Home Inspection
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If you are putting a contract on a house there should be a contingency provided to allow for a home inspection. This holds true even if you are purchasing a home listed ‘as is’. An inspection gives you an idea of the true condition of the home you are buying. It does'n’t matter if the seller is willing to fix things or not, it is beneficial for you to know exactly what you are getting into! There are many issues that may be uncovered during an inspection that may not necessarily kill the Continue Reading ...

What To Look For In A Home Inspector Huntley IL

Posted on: November 11, 2009 by in Blog, Home Inspection
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First of all, let me start by saying, it takes more than just a ‘look’ to inspect a home. I use all of my senses during an inspection. Sight, smell, sound, feel, sometimes taste (not always by choice)house1, and common sense! With that being said I will go back to the original Question. What do I look at during a home inspection? Everything! But maybe I should be a little more specific. A typical inspection begins with a walk around the exterior. At this time I talk with my client about Continue Reading ...

Home Inspectors Huntley IL Do Vacation Inspect

Posted on: November 4, 2009 by in Blog, Home Inspection
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A Vacation Inspection is a service which provides ‘Peace of Mind’ to home owners that are away from their homes for long periods of time. A perfect example would be a couple that resides in a retirement community here during the summer and spends the winter months in a warmer climate. Our goal is to allow our clients to enjoy their vacation and not have to worry about their house. We worry about it for them! While the home owner is away, we make weekly visits to their home and perform a Continue Reading ...

Get Help From Home Inspectors Huntley IL This Winter

Posted on: October 28, 2009 by in Blog, Home Inspection
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Whether you want to admit it or not, winter weather is just around the corner. During the next couple weeks there are some maintenance items you should perform to winterize your home. 1. Garden hoses should be disconnected from the spigots to prevent the possibility of freezing even if it is a frost proof valve. 2. You should have your furnace cleaned and serviced by a qualified technician. Also remember to change your furnace filter monthly. 3. Gutters should be cleared of all leaves Continue Reading ...