Questions to Ask When Buying a House

Before making an offer on a house, you want to be absolutely sure that it’s “the one.” But with so many options out there, how do you find your perfect match? Finding the right home involves research, so you’ll need to ask the right questions. That way you know you’re...

How to Prevent Home Allergies

  The only thing worse than allergies is indoor allergies. Americans spend about 90 percent of their time indoors, where the concentration of pollutants can actually be two to five times higher than outdoors. Yikes! If you or your family have been sneezing,...

Risks of Lead Exposure and What to Do About Them

  Q: What about the water in my community? How do I know if it’s really safe? A: The nation’s aging water infrastructure involves lead pipes or connections; while these were banned for new construction in the late 1980s, many remain in use today. Although they...

The Main Areas of a Home Inspection

When you’re buying a home, what you see isn’t necessarily what you get. The house in question will be presented in its best possible state after being staged with fresh paint, polished floors and tasteful décor. What you can’t see is the foundations, plumbing,...

10 Areas to Check during the Final Walk-Through

As closing approaches, buyers are typically overwhelmed with packing, setting up utilities and services, and ensuring their paperwork is ready to go. But, there’s one last step before you close on a sale: the final walk-through. With so much to do, buyers may be...

Do You Really Need Mold Testing?

Most other mold companies will not reveal the following, but we have been doing so for 21 years because it is our mission to get good factual information about mold out there to combat all the misinformation and fiction that dominates our industry. Ready? When should...