Ready to sell your home? Here are some helpful tips that you may want to remedy before a home inspection. This can help reduce items being noted or “tagged” in your buyers inspection report. The less items noted, makes the home look well maintained and should be less of an issue for buyers to try … Preparing for a home inspection
The short answer is, yes. All homes, weather 100 years old to a new construction will have issues. Some small, some obvious and then some not so obvious or even major. With new construction you typically get a 1 year builder warranty. This should cover issues like mechanical failures and workmanship type flaws. For example … Should I get a home inspection on a newly constructed home?
4 Kitchen Modifications for Someone with a Visual Impairment With so much time spent in the kitchen and so many important tasks accomplished there, this is one room in your house that should take priority when you are making home accommodations for a loved one with a visual impairment. From contrasting colors to speaking timers, … Modifying Your Kitchen to help a visually impaired person
Some quick tips about common appliances in your home, that can have many issues. Lets take a look at each: Washing Machine: We highly suggest you connect your washing machine with braided hoses. Connect these hoses from the faucet to the washer. Regular rubber hoses can develop a bubble or aneurysm that can burst and … Home tips 101: Washing machines, Dryers and Dishwashers
Home ownership involve maintaining your home. Small repairs and yearly maintenance can save your home from serious damage or deterioration. Hence, saving you money in the long run. We have put together some helpful tips and things for you to check yearly to keep your home in good condition. Home Maintenance Checklist
When performing a home inspection, I note issues related to incorrect outlets. Whats important to know here is that some of the issues noted where acceptable when the home was built. As standards change over the years previous situations become “unsafe” or “unacceptable”. This goes for many things, but I’ll stick to outlets in this … GFCI locations and electrical issues