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The Importance of Soil Testing

Posted in Environmental Testing | Home Inspection Services | Soil Testing on February 15th, 2021 by Ian Stevens

Whether you are having issues with your garden, looking to add onto your home, or building a new home altogether, a soil test is something you should have done. After all, a house is only as good as the foundation it’s built upon. You want to make sure that the soil surrounding your new space, Read More »

Everything You Need To Know About Home Inspections

Posted in Home Inspection Services on June 20th, 2020 by Ian Stevens

Good Reasons To Get A Home Inspection In Maryland Whether You Are Buying Or Selling For most people, a home is the largest single investment they will ever make. Consequently, many buyers understand that it is a smart idea to get a home inspection before they sign the title so they know what they’re getting Read More »

Mold Testing & Home Inspections to Help with Allergies

Posted in Home Inspection Services on February 20th, 2020 by Ian Stevens

The Worst Airborne Allergies May Be Right in Your Home This past allergy season has been one of the worst. Waves of pollen have sent suffers into sneezing fits, unable to enjoy the nice weather. However, the outside conditions are not the only problem for allergy suffers.  Indoor conditions can be just as bad and according to Read More »

The Importance Of Fixing Sink Leakage Before Damage Occurs

Posted in Blog | Home Inspection Services | Mold Inspection on April 11th, 2014 by Hunter Adams

As the saying goes, “It’s better to be safe than sorry,” and when it comes to preventing sink leaks, that saying never rang truer. Water damage is a major concern in any home, especially in the bathrooms. Often, there are multiple water sources and many places for leaks to occur. One of the most important Read More »

How To Protect Your Family From Lead Poisoning

Posted in Blog | Home Inspection Services on January 13th, 2014 by Hunter Adams

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the most dangerous sources for lead exposure are lead-contaminated dust and lead-based paint. Homes built prior to 1978 typically contain lead-based paint, and as that paint peels and deteriorates, it becomes especially dangerous for children in the home. Children under 6 years of age are at Read More »