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Preparing First-Time Buyers for the Home Inspection

Buying your first house can be very Intimidating. There are many decisions to make in a very short period of time. There’s a lot of information coming at you and it’s all new. That’s why we’ve found that it is important to prepare our clients...

Flooding Concerns

Whether from a torrential rainstorm, heaps of melting snow, or a leaky dishwasher, flooding can cause massive damage in your home. What’s more, clean-up can be extremely time-consuming and expensive, especially without expert advice. That’s why we rounded up flooding...

Signs that Termites Are in Your Home

As home inspection experts in Maryland, we see plenty of homes with termite damage that can make it difficult for homeowners when it comes to selling their house. Take a look at these common signs of termite presence in your home so that you can be...

Worried About Water Damage?

As expert home inspectors, we’ve seen more than our fair share of houses that have been victim to water damage. Whether a pipe burst inside the home, the foundation is faulty, or the house is in an area prone to flooding, water damage can mean a lot of headaches and...

Damaged Gutters Can Spell Disaster for Your Home

We all get a little lazy from time to time. Sometimes we give up looking for the remote and decide to watch whatever is on. Sometimes we skip the gym and sleep in instead. Sometimes we put off cleaning and fixing the gutters. Well, you may want to reconsider that last...

3 Things to Fix Before You Sell Your House

Preparing your home for sale can be quite strenuous. What can you do to increase your home’s value? And what repairs/additions will give you a good return on the value? The entire real estate market is crazy and difficult to navigate. That’s why, as experienced...

Worried About Mold Problems in Your Home?

Mold in your house can be caused by any multitude of reasons, most of which are related to water damage. You can take preventative measures like keeping your pipes up to date, drying out wet areas around the house, and using an air purifier. However, if you’re worried...

Focus on Fire Safety in Your Home

When you’re buying a new home, you don’t typically think about all the things that can start a fire. However, you should have that in the back of your mind. Not all homes come completely fire-hazard-free, and it’s important to know what to look at in a potential new...

Signs that Animals are Ruining Your Home

Do you ever hear noises around your house at night? Something that sounds like an animal, but you’re not completely sure? Well, it could be an animal, and it could be ruining your home. This could spell disaster for a homeowner. We’re here to look at some of the most...

Do You Have Lead-Based Paint in Your Home?

Depending on where your home is, and how old your home is, you may still have lead-based paint on your walls. Lead-based paint is often found in older homes, built before the 1990’s, but it never hurts to check if your home has the hazardous paint. Sure, it’s glossier...