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Ten Reasons To Hire An Atlanta Home Inspector

      1) A home inspection provides an unbiased visual evaluation of the home.

     2) A home inspection may reveal issues that could turn your dream into nightmare.

     3) The home inspector may identify repair or replacement items.

     4) You will discover if the home has recieved  proper maintainence.

     5) Some items that may affect your family‚Äôs safety  will be identified.

     6) A negotiation tool that saves many times the cost of the home inspection.

     7) The cost of an home inspector is less than the  value of the information.

     8) Spending hundreds on a home inspection may save thousands.

     9) Learn information about your prospective home  and maintenance.

    10) A thorough home inspector will give you  "Peace of mind".


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New business article for inspectors: Four RESPA-Compliant Holiday Gifts for ...

Marketing your inspection business is as important as performing accurate inspections and delivering high-quality reports.† But in addition to netting prospective clients, you also need to appeal to real estate agents, and this sometimes means going above and beyond what other inspectors do.† With the holidays rolling around, we’ve taken some of the guesswork out […]

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New article for inspectors: InterNACHI?s Drone Law Primer for Home Inspectors

Many home inspectors are finding it increasingly valuable to use a drone, or unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV), to assist them in their inspections. †Not only is it safer in many respects, but it can make the inspection go faster. †It can also appeal to inspectors and clients alike who appreciate a more state-of-the-art approach to […]

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New article for inspectors: Inspecting GFCI and AFCI Protection

Although home inspectors are considered generalists and are discouraged from quoting code in their inspection reports, it’s always a good idea to be familiar with the latest requirements, especially regarding residential electrical systems. †Read this primer for some updates in the 2015 International Residential Code (IRC): †Inspecting GFCI and AFCI Protection.

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For Homeowners and Inspectors: What to Do After Disaster Strikes

While homeowners facing natural disasters are rightly focused on the steps to take to prepare for them, there’s the inevitable aftermath. †Read this article to find out what homeowners should do ? and how home inspectors can guide them ? along with the resources that may be available to help them rebuild and recover: †For […]

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For Homeowners and Inspectors: Re-Entering a Flooded Home

The U.S. and Gulf Coast and Atlantic regions are seeing unprecedented storm activity this year. †Homeowners must do what they can to prepare for damage and flooding, but they should also take certain precautions afterward. †Read more in our latest article:†For Homeowners and Inspectors: Re-Entering a Flooded Home.

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