Problems Frequently Found During Home Inspections (Infographic)

- . Faulty electrical wiring is a common cause of house fires, especially in older homes. Home inspectors often find the following dangerous conditions: ..More

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What Do You Wish You Knew Before Buying Your First Home?

- . Price is just one aspect of negotiations. This lack of negotiation experience can deter many homebuyers from playing hardball with sellers. It’s typically worth negotiating terms with the owner of the home you’re interested in, even if the process makes you a little nervous. There are very few opportunities to negotiate a price when shopping in the United States. Other than the wheeling and dealing done at most car dealerships, shoppers are generally faced with a fixed price when making purchases. Consider asking for things like window blinds, the refrigerator and any other furniture or appliances you’d like to remain in the home ..More

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Boilers Vs. Furnaces

- .   Even if a home is heated with baseboard heaters, the heat is more comfortable than forced air.   Radiant heat is a much more comfortable heat than forced air. Boilers provide more comfortable heat than furnaces because the heat is even – especially if it’s installed in the floor.   Floor heat allows everything in the room to be warm, including your toes ..More

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The Most Common Repair for Boilers in Minneapolis

-  Even if both of the internal check valves were to become fouled and stuck in an open position, the vent would still prevent any water that was subject to backpressure from potentially contaminating the potable water supply – this water would just leak out of the vent. These valves are special because they’re almost 100% fail-safe. ..More

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How Much Do Home Inspectors Earn?

- ” There are some parts of the country where a certified and experienced full-time home inspector’s earnings can be $90,000 or more a year, while in other areas the maximum is somewhere in the range of  $30,000 and $50,000 per year. Or perhaps you’re looking for a second source of income to supplement the earnings from your present job.  You’ve been wanting to change jobs, and have been thinking seriously about starting a new and exciting career as a full-time certified home inspector. . The best answer is “It depends. You’re bound to be curious about how much money you can expect to make as either a full-time or part-time home inspector ..More

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