Each week, the Structure Tech team posts new home inspection photo on the Structure Tech Facebook page. After poring over all the photos from the last year, here are our favorite home inspection pics from 2012.
Some HVAC contractors recommend getting newer furnaces checked every other year, but once they’re more than 10 years old, have them checked annually.
Have you ever heard a banging noise coming from your water pipes when the water is turned off quickly? It usually sounds like the pipes are banging on something inside the walls, and that’s exactly what’s happening.
May is National Deck Safety Month and the most common cause of deck collapses is improper attachment to a building. […]
Do you know what type of smoke alarms you have in your house? It makes a difference, because there are two […]
As a home inspector, once you step foot inside a home to inspect it for a customer, there’s usually a […]
Home flippers buy dilapidated houses, fix them up, then sell them again as quickly as possible with the intention of […]
Most homeowners who live in cold climates know it’s important to “winterize” the outside faucets to prevent them from freezing, […]
While black stains on roofs are a cosmetic issue, moss growth is more than just cosmetic. Not only does moss […]
There’s a prevailing myth in the real estate industry that a townhouse inspection is far easier than a single family home, takes less time, and uncovers fewer defects.
Water stains on window sills are often a source of anxiety for home buyers, and it’s the home inspector’s job […]
How do you know your deck is safe? You certainly don’t want to learn the hard way, which is what happens when a deck collapses.
Would you call a retail store and ask “How much do you charge for a TV?” Probably not. You’d have […]