4 Spooky Home Inspection Mysteries Solved

- When the wind outside makes the windows noisy, there’s probably a loose sash or two that’s to blame. But this can be replaced. Windows have several parts. On older windows, the stop is a separate vertical trim piece that holds sashes back and in place or on track. It keeps them from flopping around. If the stop is loose or in bad condition, sashes can move every time the wind blows. The sashes are the glass portions, and those fit into the jamb, which is the window frame. ..More

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Synthetic Stucco: Possible Defects to Watch For

- The troubles with this system are so damaging and so widespread throughout the country that class-action lawsuits began popping up in the 90s. That’s not difficult to imagine, when you consider what would happen to a house inside a plastic bag if that bag was ever punctured or torn. The primary concern? Water damage. And the National Association of Realtors® says that some installations were unthinkably applied over gypsum, which could result in untold damage. ..More

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3 Strategies for Making Self-Employment Work

- If you’ve never run a business before, the learning curve can look pretty steep. But as long as you take it one step at a time, you’ll have a great framework to support all of the home inspections yet to come. Which forms do you need? And how often should you pay taxes? There’s so much to answer. ..More

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4 Reasons Why a Wet Basement is Often an Easy Fix

- Wet basements aren’t always indicated by standing water. Sometimes just the walls are wet, and sometimes they’re merely damp and the only visible evidence is efflorescence, which is a white, chalky residue on basement walls. ..More

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ICA School Podcast Review: Top Issues and Customer Complaints

- Surprisingly, in Pearson’s experience, most claims don’t arise because the inspector failed to report a defective roof or wet basement. With a good report, the claim doesn’t have as good a chance of succeeding. More often, the inspector did list the defect in the report, but the homeowner attempted to get the repair cost offset after the fact through the inspector’s Errors and Omissions insurance. ..More

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