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  • 04/11/2016
    3 Tests That Should be on Every Good Calgary Home Inspection Checklist

    Home inspections can be confusing. What are some of the things that the inspector is supposed to check for? How can you be certain if the inspector is being thorough enough? Is it even worth it? Keep reading to learn what you should look for and why the cost of a Calgary home inspection from a licensed provider is worth every penny.

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  • 04/10/2016
    Is it Possible to Test Asbestos Accurately in Your Home?

    Although asbestos is a banned building material, many old homes still have it in building materials such as tiles, paint, shingles, insulation and the likes. Unfortunately, this material is very dangerous and people exposed to it are at risk of developing health issues such as asbestosis, mesothelioma, lung cancer and the like. If asbestos is suspected to be present in a given building material, it is recommended that you leave it alone as it becomes dangerous when the fibres become loose and thus are inhaled.

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  • 04/09/2016
    Save Your Home from Mold Proliferation

    Mold is a serious issue to a majority of homeowners. But before attempting to get rid of mold from your place, you need to know all the facts. This way, you can save your home from mold issues.As it is, consistent mold problems have led to sinus infections, asthma, inflamed respiratory issues, cold and flu symptoms and many more. So how can you protect your home from mold? And how can you tell if it is already infested? Well, read on to find out.

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  • 04/08/2016
    It is Time to Have Your Roof Professionally Inspected

    As a matter of fact, building maintenance is an ongoing process for people who own one sort of property or another. Part of enhancing the value and maintaining the safety of a home is through routine roof inspections. And unless you are knowledgeable in these sorts of inspections, it is recommended that you have a trained and thus licensed home inspector to inspect the home for you. This inspector is trained to look at specific damages to determine if a roof requires minor repairs or to be replaced with a new one. Here is an outline for determining roof damage.

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  • 04/07/2016
    Is There Any Particular Ideal Time for Hiring a Home Inspector?

    Before getting started, a home inspection should be carried out by a well-trained and licensed home inspector. And to say the truth, there is no particular good time to hire a home inspector but most homeowners usually go looking for home inspectors when planning to sell their homes or even when buying a new one.

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  • 04/06/2016
    Top 6 Qualities to Look For in a House Inspector?

    The most obvious contributor to a good home inspection is the home inspector. When you hire an inspector, you expect him or her to have experience and the right qualification to do the inspection. There are basic minimum qualifications that a good inspector should meet. These qualifications include:

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  • 04/05/2016
    7 Reasons Why You Need a Home Inspection

    A home inspection is very important before purchasing a house. It gives you insight on the condition of the house before you decide to move in. Most people do not wish to incur the cost of home inspection but the cost of skipping it is even higher. Here are 7 reasons why you should not skip a home inspection:

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  • 04/04/2016
    Monitoring Your Home Inspection – Made Simpler!

    You have no reason to worry about house inspection once you hire a professional house inspector. However, one should know a few basic things about the house inspection process. This knowledge will guide you as you monitor the house inspector during the inspection. Read more.

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  • 04/03/2016
    5 Home Inspection Hazards to Look Out For

    Professional home inspections are necessary to detect and inform you on any environmental hazards in your potential or current house. After inspection, home inspectors give advice on how to deal with the hazards to avoid infections and diseases.Some of the most dangerous environmental hazards include:

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  • 04/02/2016
    How Alberta Home Inspectors Gamble with Your Home: 3 Ways to Protect Yourself

    Your home may be your biggest investment but to a bank or lending institution, your home purchase is just a drop in the ocean. Independent home inspectors are something of an anomaly in the buying process as their income doesn’t depend on the home closing. However, some buyers experience problems with home inspectors.

    Here are the three most common ways that some inspectors essentially gamble with your home.

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  • 04/01/2016
    4 Home Inspection Secrets Every Alberta Homebuyer Should Know

    Paying for a home inspection is an essential part of buying a home yet it is also the most misunderstood area of the buying process. As a quality inspection could cost upwards for $500, it’s worth taking a little time to familiarize yourself with the process. Here are four little known facts about home inspections that every buyer should know.

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