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John McKennaAMERICAN HOME INSPECTIONHome Safety Tips For Older Consumers   Each year, according to estimates by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), nearly one million people over age 65 are treated in hospital emergency rooms for injuries associated with the products they live wit...
04/04/2007
John McKennaAMERICAN HOME INSPECTIONThe following article will give you a some idea of what confronts home Inspectors and causes them to dig deep  into the possible problems of each house they inspect.  This is just one of the many unknown land mines that await an inspector when they walk on to a...
04/04/2007
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By John McKennaAMERICAN HOME INSPECTIONI just recently inspected a house on tall piers made of wood with wooden beams for support.  The house was approx. 35 years old.  It was a very nice home to look at, but there were several issues to consider about the foundation.  The wood piers (6x6) had be...
04/03/2007
By John McKennaAMERICAN HOME INSPECTIONBelow is a recent news release from the Independent Home Inspectors of North American (by permission).--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- The April Photo of the Month has been posted...
04/02/2007
During the last hurricane, thousands of cars were trying to escape through the small town in east Texas where I live.  I was fighting the traffic while going home in order to beat the coming storm, which was already coming upon us with high winds. At that moment, the motor stopped running and I p...
04/01/2007
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By John McKennaAMERICAN HOME INSPECTIONWhat is Polybutylene? Polybutylene is a form of plastic resin that was used extensively in the manufacture of water supply piping from 1978 until 1995. Due to the low cost of the material and ease of installation, polybutylene piping systems were viewed as ...
04/01/2007
By John McKennaAMERICAN HOME INSPECTION The term "manufactured home" was adopted in 1980 by the the United States Congress to describe a type of house that is constructed in a factory to comply with a building code developed by the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). In the past, ...
03/31/2007
By John McKennaAMERICAN HOME INSPECTIONHere in Texas we have a lot of houses built in the rural areas that sometimes have little problems that don't appear to be much at first glance.  Hey, this is easy country living out here.  That is until the home Inspector shows up. Man!!! ... that Guy can ...
03/31/2007
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By John McKennaAMERICAN HOME INSPECTION Due to implications in numerous house fires, the once common practice of using aluminum wiring during the 1970's is no longer permitted in new installations in most jurisdictions. If your house has aluminum wiring you do not necessarily need to panic. Alum...
03/30/2007
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By John McKennaAMERICAN HOME INSPECTION The Preservation and Repair of Historic Stucco    The term "stucco" is used to describe a type of exterior plaster applied as a two-or-three part coating directly onto masonry, or applied over wood or metal lath to a log or wood frame structure. Stucco is f...
03/30/2007
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