Remodeling in a Recession

Posted on: March 6, 2009 by in HOME MAINTENANCE AND SAFETY
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It’s true that right now may not be the best time to sell your home. With real estate values dropping, many homeowners who want to sell won’t be able to sell their home for what they thought they may have been able to a few years ago. However, if you aren’t trying to sell your home right now, and have been putting off a remodeling job this might just be the best time to tackle the project.  Why you ask? Just as the cost of homes is dropping,  the cost of remodeling is dropping- Continue Reading ...

Ranch House – Renovation Best

Posted on: March 6, 2009 by in HOME MAINTENANCE AND SAFETY
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What is the common dream which motivates people to boost income? Undoubtedly, to live a comfortable life in a lavish house with an aura of opulence all around. So they aim at furnishing their nest in a manner that would set it apart from the rests. A ranch house could be the ultimate image make-over of a house. A ranch house is simplicity at its best. It is a one-storey building in a picturesque backdrop. This particular type of house serves two purposes at the same time: it adds up to the Continue Reading ...

Critical safety concerns…

Posted on: March 2, 2009 by in Raves & Testimonials
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Jesie, thanks for your follow up email and immediate response. The pleasure was all mine, and I have already referred my sister to your company. Bobby was definitely an expert in the field. He was timely, informative and very comprehensive. I especially appreciate the critical safety concerns discovered and the comprehensive report delivered in hand, onsite and at the end of the inspection. Cynthia Selmar, Atlanta, GA   Home Inspector Atlanta Says Get A Home Continue Reading ...

Mold ended up being toxic

Posted on: March 2, 2009 by in Raves & Testimonials
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Mr. Compton, I want to tell you that it was quite fortuitous that I did retain your company's services. Mr. Latham's inspection turned out to be critically important; the mold that he found did end up being toxic. I would have had great risk to my health and the health of my friends and family living there and also great risk to the asset value of the property. Had he not found it, I would not have known to look for and test for it and would have ended up making a very unwise purchase. I Continue Reading ...

I was very impressed

Posted on: March 2, 2009 by in Raves & Testimonials
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I was very impressed by the professionalism shown by Mr. Shafer. He was right on time and did an outstanding job checking everything in the house. He went as far as showing me how to care and function some of the devices around the house. He was very patient in answering all my questions. I would definitely recommend your services to friends and family. Mario Orlando, Marietta, GA   Home Inspector Atlanta Says Get A Home Continue Reading ...

Georgia Renaissance Festival

Posted on: March 2, 2009 by in Local Events & Happenings
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Jousting, juggling and jesting, feasting, shopping and arrow shooting. Get more exciting information from their website: http://www.georgiarenaissancefestival.com/ # Sat, 4/18 10:30 am - 6:00 pm # Sun, 4/19 10:30 am - 6:00 pm # Sat, 4/25 10:30 am - 6:00 pm # Sun, 4/26 10:30 am - 6:00 pm # Sat, 5/2 10:30 am - 6:00 pm   Georgia RenFair Continue Reading ...

Wine Highway Weekend

Posted on: March 2, 2009 by in Local Events & Happenings
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The Winegrowers Association of Georgia is sponsoring its fourth annual Wine Highway Weekend on Saturday, March 21st, and Sunday, March 22nd, 2009. This is a great way to see and experience the views and wonderful wines of Northeast Georgia. Our wineries offer great wines that are grown and produced here in Georgia, many of which have won local, regional, national and international awards. Saturday, March 21, 2009 10:00am Sunday, March 22, 2009 6:00pm Sunday, March 22, 2009 12:30pm - Continue Reading ...

Big Mistake by Plumber

Posted on: March 2, 2009 by in Inspect With Me!
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Cutting the bottom framing (the chord) of a floor truss or I-Joist is not permitted. Cutting the bottom cord eliminates the strength of the engineered framing member. Check out what the plumber did (it's sad but they knew better than to do this):   Plumber Causes Major Flood In Continue Reading ...