What is a flipper home? Distressed homes are sometimes bought up by an investor(s) at a low price to then be “fixed up” to resell and make a profit. These investors figure in the cost of the purchase, cost of repairs and time to know what a realized gain could be. This can be very … Flipper homes
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
Here is a great idea to correctly flash the pesky “roof to wall” connection. This is were the end of the roof meets the house wall. What happens here if not sealed or flashed properly, water runs down behind the siding or worst in the wall cavity. This picture illustrates by sliding another small piece … Roof to wall with vinyl siding flashing trick!
Ready For Sale Guide by MK If you are getting your home ready to sell your home, we have put together a guide to help you prepare. The following are some helpful hints, suggestions and common items tagged by home inspectors. General Appearance: Make sure the home is clean and tidy for showings and … Preparing your home for sale and inspection
I would like share some information to everyone about these easy to use pull down ladders. They are awesome for getting into the attic space to store stuff. The unfortunate thing about the ladders are that they compromise the fire rated ceiling in the garage space. What this means is that you (normally) have 5/8″ … Pull Down Attic Access Ladders
Listed below are some electrical panels that are usually marked “defective” on a home inspection. In most cases, the panels should be evaluated by an electrician and upgraded. Fuse Style Panels: These panels are very old and have pull out fuses for mains and screw in fuses for circuits. Wiring in the home is usually … Issues With Older Electrical Panels