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Check Out this Home Inspection Checklist in Johnson City of Installation Problems, Part 2

  In last week’s blog, we looked at problems found during a home inspection that are the result of improper installation (roof coverings, roof flashings, skylights, exterior siding, and electrical). We’ve decided to continue in this direction by highlighting a few other areas in which poor workmanship, makeshift repairs, and use of incorrect materials are […]

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Check Out this Home Inspection Checklist in Johnson City of Installation Problems

If you’re a fan of Sherlock Holmes mysteries by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, you’ll recognize the familiar scene in which the world-wise detective dazzles Dr. Watson by drawing amazing—and correct—conclusions based on a few simple observations. What’s elementary to him certainly isn’t elementary to his assistant, or even the sharpest of readers. In some ways, […]

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Looking for a New Home? Take Notice of this Home Inspection Checklist in Johnson City for Venting Problems.

In today’s home inspection blog post, we’re going to take a few moments to vent…about vents. Over more than 26 years of inspecting homes of all kinds—from newly constructed residences to structures built more than a century ago—the certified inspectors at A-Pro have seen it all when it comes to vents. While it may not […]

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Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls: Lifesaving Reasons to Hire a Home Inspector in Johnson City Before You Buy

  For home-shoppers who are making a life-changing decision about whether or not to purchase a home, one of the most important reasons to hire a certified home inspector is to learn about hazards that may be lurking inside and out.   This includes reporting on everything from potentially fatal electrical shock and fire hazards […]

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Looking for a New Home? Make Sure You’re Covered with a Roof Inspection

When it comes to roof coverings, the old adage applies: You get what you pay for. This is particularly true when considering their lifespans, ranging from inexpensive roll roofing with a projected lifespan of fewer than 10 years to pricier slate roofs, which, if impeccably maintained, could outlive several owners at up to 150 years. […]

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