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Indoor Disinfection Services

As you may know, Tiger Group is continuing to provide inspection services through COVID-19, with new inspection procedures for the […]

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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 […]

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Photovoltaic Solar Panels and Home Purchases

Questions about buying a home with solar panels? We asked Tiger Home Inspector Bill Rourke and Attorney David Rosenberg to give us insight into how best to manage the buying process when a solar installation is part of the transaction.

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Seller Preparation Inspection: Less Stress, Faster Sale

Home Inspectors find defects; it comes with the territory. A small number of these deficiencies are expected based upon the age and general condition of the home. Whereas an inordinate amount of deficiencies will make a home buyer “feel” differently about the home – overwhelmed and disenchanted. Over 50% of home inspection findings are deferred maintenance, easily fixable by a handy homeowner or handyman. Having Home Inspection information available prior to listing a house “For Sale” has many transaction benefits…

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Pool Inspections – The What, Why and How…

While pool inspections should be an integral part of the home inspection and buying processes, they are unfortunately sometimes not included or done as a mere afterthought. Maybe it’s because pools are often viewed as a luxury and not a necessity like many of the homes other components and/or systems. Regardless of the reason, failing to get a pool inspected by a licensed professional could prove to be an extremely costly decision down the road… READ MORE

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How Safe is a Twenty-Year-Old Wood Framed Deck?

May is Deck Safety Month, and we’re coming up on grilling season, so we thought it is an appropriate time to discuss this common backyard installation. We receive phone calls and emails about aging systems in people’s homes all the time.

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Warm Weather + Radon Testing = Need for Better Communication

A very significant percentage of our Home and Building Inspections now include Radon Testing; it is clearly an important environmental concern for most home buyers. For us to do our job well – delivering the radon test report to our clients by our NRPP Certified Staff – we must have the proper test site conditions to provide our service in a timely fashion..

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