Whether it’s a hurricane, tornado, hailstorm, or another form of extreme weather, your home could experience significant water damage, flooding or destruction to both inside and outside of your home. While you can’t control the weather, there are measures you can take to help minimize the potential damage storms could cause. Some preparations are helpful not only when it comes to storms, but also are good for general maintenance and upkeep.
Are you getting a home inspection done in the near future? Here’s a list of the 10 most common home defects found during inspections.
With winter just around the corner, homeowners want to ensure that the money they’re spending in keeping their living space comfortable is not just “blowing out the window”. Poorly sealed windows and doors are a leading cause for wasted energy and higher heating and cooling bills.
As you may have heard, Ontario colleges are on strike. As of last Monday, thousands of college instructors hit picket lines across the province, leaving students with fears that their academic year will pay the price. Ultimately, over 500,000 students are sitting and waiting for the “okay” to proceed with the education they purchased in the first place.
Every year, the dreadful tradition of raking up leaves takes place. The funny thing is, we do this without any real reasoning behind it. Is it actually advantageous to rake leaves up? Or is it simply an old timer’s tradition that started many generations ago and passed on to us? In today’s blog, we’ll discuss the facts behind leaf raking and what you can do to optimize the situation.
Regardless if you’re considering the Home Inspection profession, or if you’ve been involved in field for some time, these following statistics and facts are sure to surprise to you!
The average Home Inspector salary is over $70,000 and offers many great benefits such as flexible schedules, independent work and crucial involvement in real estate transactions. In today’s blog, you’ll learn everything you need to know to start a lucrative career as a home inspector. Ready to get started?