There is still a large number of homes spread across the nation that were built with asbestos-containing products; thousands upon thousands of these homes are still occupied. If you own a home that was built prior to the early to mid-1980s, there is a chance you’re living with asbestos. This isn’t meant to scare you, but to help understand what you can do to ensure the safety of you and your family.
Every home eventually builds up some unpleasant odors; this is especially true in such areas like the kitchen, bathroom and cold storages. As a homeowner, here are some of the most efficient methods you can use to reduce these unwanted smells.
The home inspection profession is, for the most part, unregulated by governments. This means anyone can technically call themselves home inspector and practice the profession, but for how long? The Ontario government is currently working on Bill 165, which will regulate all practicing home inspectors in this province.
Radon, a radioactive gas we breathe in on a daily…and no, it’s not “harmless”. Maybe you’re already an expert, but if not, take a few minutes to read this post!
Traditional textbook education, or Innovative online education… That is the question. In today’s short blog, we’ll clarify some of the major differences between the two, and leave you to make the decision.
Finally found the perfect home, neighborhood’s nice, close to work and great schools. It’s got all the extra good stuff too; perfect floor plan, fenced yard, and a view! But there are numerous offers on “your” house! What do you do!?
Water is actually a homes worst enemy. No jokes; water intrusions can quickly escalate to structural issues, moisture problems and more “nay nay’s”. In light of the millions of gallons of rain we’ve had lately, today’s mini blog is dedicated to flat roof water draining. “Getting water off a flat roof”.