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A Home Inspection is all about the education. Our job is to learn all we can about your new home, and then tell you about it. On average, we spend about 4 hours at the typical home, taking notes, taking pictures, and generally trying to crawl through, under, over and around every part of it. In the process we run a lot of water, remove covers, evaluate windows, doors, electrical outlets, switches, wiring, mechanical components and the general structure. Along the way we document, learn, document, and learn some more. When we're satisfied that we have collected as much information as we can, we return to our office to compile a comprehensive report that thoroughly describes the home you are about to buy.

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    WHAT ABOUT RADON? We can help

    sample Radon is responsible for an estimated 20,000 cases of lung cancer death each year. Because detection is important to all of us and our families, we are partnered with Northwest Radon Detection and can schedule your radon test to occur during your home inspection. Just let us know and we will take care of the scheduling for you. Form more information, visit the EPA's website.

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    If you just purchased your home or are just thinking about it, consider 'Liking' us. We post periodic home buyer tips, information on maintenance and repairs for home owners, and interesting photos/reports on things we see in our every day adventures. Just click the 'Like' button to the right on our mini-facebook page, or follow the link to our facebook page and click the 'Like' button. When you do that, you will receive this information in your facebook page. Also, you help us market our business and we thank you for that. If you're not comfortable with that, no worries. Rick and I understand. Personally, we have to feel really, really good about a business before we would recommend them to our friends. You should too.

    FALL IS HERE and WINTER IS COMING! Are you ready?

    Here comes the rain!Fall is often full of cool dry weekends. It is easily my favorite time of year. For my family, there are 3 holidays right around the corner and I can't wait for all the opportunities for us to spend time together. However, it is also the time for the happy homeowner to begin to batten down the hatches before the rains begin. This is the time to update old caulking and to touch up the paint where needed. Water gets behind all siding but we want to keep it to a minimum. Caulk and paint are the keys to doing this. You will need to perform this maintenance twice as often on the south and west sides of your home. So what are you waiting for. Get on out to the the south side of your home and see how things are looking. If you have questions, snap a few pics and email them to me. I will be happy to answer any questions you have. I hope you and your family have a great fall!

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