Very exciting news that House Exam’s Victor Sedinger was quoted in an article on FoxNews.com titled “Your spring home maintenance checklist”. Here’s what Victor had to say in the article: “Clogged gutters and downspouts can cause the wood trim at the eaves to rot, and that can invite all kinds of critters into your attic … Continue reading House Exam on FoxNews.com
Home inspectors in Fort Worth expect roof damage after storms Here’s a home maintenance tip from your Fort Worth area home inspection go-to-guys. It’s October 21, 2015, and the weather forecast is for moderate to heavy rains in North Texas over the next few days. If those are heavy rains, then it will be a good … Continue reading Storms Coming. Watch Your Roof.
Thinking about selling your home? The buyer will probably get a home inspection. If that’s making you a little nervous, let me help. I suggest that you hire House Exam Inspection to inspect the home for you, the seller. I know what you’re thinking: If you “know” about any problems, you’ll have to disclose it, right? … Continue reading 4 Reasons Why Prelisting Inspections Sell Homes
In February 2014, House Exam inspectors began to inform our home inspection clients and agents about Corrugated Stainless Steel Tubing (CSST), a yellow-jacketed, flexible gas piping material used in home construction around the US since the mid-to-late 90s. I posted “Home Fires Traced To Gas Piping (CSST) Not Properly Installed” back then to give consumers a heads up about … Continue reading Gas Lines Must Be Bonded
Termite Swarming season is near. Are you Protected? Termites cause over $5 Billion dollars a year in damage to Residential Properties. During March ONLY, mention this website offer, and get a FREE termite inspection with every Premium Home Inspection until March 31st. Here is the Lucky part….. We will also provide a 60 day transferable … Continue reading Termite Season Is Near | Free Termite Inspection During March
With winter weather showing up in the Metroplex this week, it’s a good time to let home buyers know a few things that might save time, effort and frustration in scheduling a home inspection. Some listing agents, government agencies, and owners have started to “winterize” vacant homes on their inventory. This means that the water … Continue reading Is Water On At the House? It Makes a Difference For Your Inspection
Vintage homes, like those in the Arlington Heights, Monticello, Fairmount, Berkeley and TCU sections of Fort Worth, are our specialty. As you can see from the business address of our Fort Worth home inspection company, Victor lives in a vintage home. We’ve inspected hundreds of pier and beam foundations. Yes, we are qualified to inspect … Continue reading Vintage Home Inspections Like Arlington Heights and Berkeley – Our Specialty!
Can a home inspection help me sell my home? Fort Worth area home owners are discovering how to sell a home faster and for prices closer to their asking price. A pre-listing inspection performed BEFORE you put your home up for sale can help you sell faster, for closer to your desired sale price. Most … Continue reading Pre-Listing Home Inspections Make Perfect Sense
Why Is This A Concern? By nationally accepted building codes, water pressures at residences should be between 40 and 80 psi. Engineers design plumbing fixtures for this range of pressure. So, in theory, high pressures could cause premature wear or failure of fixtures such as toilets, faucets and water heaters, etc. There is not a … Continue reading Water Pressure Too High When Measured During a Grapevine Home Inspection
When a circuit breaker trips, it’s a clue that there is an electrical problem. Pay attention to the warning.