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5 Home Safety Essentials

5 Home Safety Essentials

You want your home to be a safe and comfortable place for family and friends to spend time. Be prepared and proactive by having these home safety essentials in your household. Test the Smoke Detectors Smoke detectors provide an early warning in case of fire and they...

The Unintended Consequences of the Eviction Moratorium 

The Unintended Consequences of the Eviction Moratorium 

 As part of the CARES relief package, the CDC has extended the eviction moratorium order through June 30, 2021, in an effort to reduce the spread of Covid-19. This is great news for tenants who have been financially impacted by the pandemic and cannot pay their rent....

What to Know Before Renovating Your Home 

What to Know Before Renovating Your Home 

When you're planning a home renovation, getting an inspection is one of the last things you consider. But an inspection exposes all the hidden reasons why you need professional work done. Here are several reasons to undergo a home inspection first before you carry out...

Why You Need a Home Inspection Before a Buying a Home

Why You Need a Home Inspection Before a Buying a Home

Buying a home is an important decision that requires an inspection. A home inspection is not required but is always recommended for several reasons. A professional is needed to perform this procedure correctly. Every prospective home buyer should perform a...

Why You Need to Clean Your Gutters Every Year

Why You Need to Clean Your Gutters Every Year

If you've never inspected your gutters before, then you're just waiting for a huge problem to arise. Gutters and downspouts are responsible for moving water away from your house. There are a few reasons why this is necessary and why your gutters need to be cleaned....

7 Tips to Getting Your Home Ready for Spring

7 Tips to Getting Your Home Ready for Spring

Spring is the perfect time to get things inside and outside your home in order. You will be able to get more out of your home. Cleaning and organizing your home can also make your life less stressful. There are several things that you need to get your home ready....

Signs of Radon in Your Home

Signs of Radon in Your Home

Radon is an invisible gas that cannot be detected by our primary senses like sight, smell, and hearing. In North America, this gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer, right after tobacco use. It's a silent killer that slowly destroys the soft tissue in your...

Home Inspector John Brogan: A Personal Profile

John thrives on providing top-notch customer service. When he’s not working as a home inspector, he can usually be found spending time with his family and friends, playing golf or tennis, watching sports, or participating in a church event.