Why Home Inspectors Should Also Measure Voltage

- . It might not mean much, depending on their living habits, but it has the potential to have a big impact, and homeowners who don’t have this important information may never know why their electrical bills are so high or why their appliances are breaking down faster ..More

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Safety Hazards and Conducting a Risk-Free Home Electrical Inspection

- . The Indiana Electric Cooperative points out, however, that the ordinary rubber gloves and rubber-soled shoes that you can buy in a department store will not offer protection from electrocution. You must have well-fitting rubber gloves and shoes made specially to protect you from high voltage. You may want to wear special rubber gloves or shoes to perform your inspections ..More

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Tips for Handling Residential Mold Inspections

- . This is common in any basement, but a finished basement with adequate ventilation should not smell. Your first clue would be a musty smell ..More

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What Home inspectors Need to Know About Venting Attic Spaces

- . At the same time, check the underside of the roof, especially near the eaves, for signs of rotting, possibly due to ice dams ..More

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How to Avoid Summer Dangers as a Home Inspector

- . Doing home inspections comes with its share of challenges. It isn’t usually dangerous — if you are careful — but it’s definitely not a cushy office job ..More

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