You’re excited, and understandably so. A week or two ago you put in an offer on a home, and it was accepted. Congratulations! Now you’re brimming with excitement to get into the house again with your home inspector to make sure everything is in tiptop shape and worth every penny that you will be paying. Everything looks great – the granite counters are pristine, the extra bedrooms are perfect sized for the members you are hoping to add to the family, and you can’t wait to soak in the perfect Jacuzzi tub that was installed in the master bathroom. Clearly, the home will pass inspection without a hitch, or so you thought…
If you’re home inspector crawls out of the attic or crawl space with a grim look on his face, shaking his head and mumbling some fancy words that you can’t understand, that are really just scientific names for different molds – don’t fret! can help decontaminate your home and remediate some issues that your home inspector may find.
You wouldn’t want to lose the perfect house for…READ MORE →
It’s summer and that means that more Americans will be listing their homes for sale in the coming months. Are you one of them? If so, your head is likely already swimming with a long list of tasks to complete. You have to find a realtor that isn’t swamped with other projects, and then argue back and forth before settling on an appropriate list price. Then you are forced to go through the arduous task of cleaning your house for a showing. Chances are you will have an open house or two and swarms of people will – hopefully – be passing through your house.
Unfortunately, buyers are looking for signs of negligent care, such as mold, that may ultimately deter them from purchasing a house – your house. Even the smallest sight of mold can turn an interested buyer off from making an offer on your house, because a small area of visible mold could indicate a much larger, more costly problem. Even if this is not the case with your house,…READ MORE →