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2009 

When buying a home, one of the most important things to consider is the condition of the roof. And even if it is watertight at the time of inspection, you may still find it leaking sooner than expected. To stay ahead of such situations, check the attic periodically for telltale signs of leakage....
01/26/2009
The winter season can wreak havoc on the exterior of a home and the surrounding property. Most often, it is simply an issue of falling behind on outdoor maintenance during the colder months. Now is the time to do a winter-end check to make sure everything is in order and ready to withstand those...
01/26/2009
Water intrusion into subgrade areas affects many homes. Often it is simply the result of rainwater run-off from the roof and/or yard surfaces that accumulates around the perimeter of the house and eventually seeps through the foundation walls or cracks. But many damp or wet basement and crawlspa...
01/26/2009
Despite the downturn in the housing market, millions of homes will still be bought and sold. At a time when price negotiations have become more vigorous, many buyers and sellers neglect one important element that could cost them thousands of dollars: the home inspection. Mike Kuhn, co-author of ...
01/06/2009
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