Here we are spring of 2022 and we just realized we totally forgot to celebrate our special month last year. […]Read More
Repair or Replace? How to Decide
At home inspections, we often encounter older equipment that is not functioning properly. We asked Douglas Mechanical Services to share […]Read More
How to Prepare Your Listings for a Fall/Winter Sale
Throughout the years of working with clients during home inspections we have recognized consistent issues with winter home inspections that can be prevented with proactive steps by sellers. As you may know, items such as swimming pools, cooling systems and lawn irrigation systems can not be fully inspected in the colder months. Joe DeLaurentis give us tips on how to manage these items now for a seamless transaction later.Read More
Hurricane Preparedness for Your Trees
Often at a home inspection, inspectors will report on overhanging trees and branches that could be potentially damaging to the […]Read More
A Few Extra Snow Advice Tid-Bits….
I realize there is no shortage of advice on what to do before, during, and after a storm. But I’ll […]Read More
Concerned About the Snow Covered Roof on Inspection Day?
Because of the unpredictable conditions in New England, roof inspections are often complicated by snow cover during the winter months. Since roofing is expensive and provides a primary line of defense against moisture damage to the structure, home inspection clients are understandably concerned…Read More
Preparing a Home “For Sale” – A Home Inspector’s Perspective
We recognize there is no shortage of Sellers Preparation Ideas available to Realtors or the general public. In fact, while […]Read More