Does Your Home Inspection Include the Location of Switches and Outlets?

- If you see such a setup, recommend moving the switches. . Likewise, switches should not be located too close to a source of water ..More

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Electrical Concepts and Terms All Home Inspectors Should Know

- Working with electricity is inherently dangerous and is only safely done by experts. . Anything beyond the basics regarding the electrical system in a home inspection should be relegated to a licensed electrician ..More

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Inspecting a Home’s Electrical System

- Many older homes don’t have ground wires, which isn’t considered safe by today’s standards. These interrupt the flow of current in case of an emergency, such as an overload or the presence of water. . GFCI — ground fault interrupter circuits — were invented in 1973. These outlets are identifiable by their small, rectangular red buttons that pop out, indicating current has been shut off, although a home could have one, main GFCI breaker in the electrical panel ..More

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4 Tips for Better Home Inspection Photos

- Use these tips in your home inspection report. . Your photos will look better and your report will be more useful to the client ..More

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Tips for Handling Healthy Housing Inspections

- There’s been a lot of talk in recent years about “sick houses. . ” What are they, and how can we ensure that a house is healthy? While many inspection training programs touch on this concept, it’s worth a deep dive to understand just how dangerous an unhealthy home can be ..More

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