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Home Inspection
These days, everything has a roundup.
Inspecting a home with only trade licensed contractors would require 15 or more contractors to perform the job, says Bolton. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Charles S. of Charlottesville, Va.)
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Some think that the best home inspection is one where each trade is represented by a different contractor. One highly rated provider points out the flaws.
Read your contract carefully - things that are obstructed from the inspector's view may not be required to be reported by your inspector, says Sherwood. (Photo courtesy of Angie's List member Michele D. of Leeds, Ala.)
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There are things about home inspections that may not seem fair. One highly rated provider explains how to handle an awkward situation with your home inspector.
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Concerned about the condition of your home? Pros say a home inspection is a great way to assess the health of your home, even if you don't plan to sell it.
If a shortcut is taken in a new furnace installation, the service person likely won't tell a homeowner, but a home inspector will, says Howard. (Photo courtesy of Envirospect)
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One highly rated provider explains how a home inspector can aid the elderly, allowing them to age in place and stay longer in their home while still being safe.