4 Sneaky Signs that a Dry Basement Has a Water Leak Problem

- The reality is that unless it’s a new, space-age coating that’s vastly different from everything on the market right now, eventually it will fail. It doesn’t matter if the material is made for sealing from the inside. When it fails, it will bubble up and then flake off the walls once the water dries. One of the biggest mistakes homeowners make is applying waterproofing to the interior walls of a leaky basement. ..More

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These 5 Home Inspection Courses Could Change Your Life (Really!)

- . You may not need to master marketing, but you must certainly understand it. It is also important to keep in mind the generational changes that occur in your clients as years go by. You may need to focus on marketing techniques that appeal not only to your local area, but also to your target demographic if you have a niche. Are you looking for strategies that will help you build up your business? Marketing may not be a key component in home inspection itself, but it is crucial to running any successful business ..More

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Here are the Top 4 Reasons Some Home Inspectors Don’t Make It

- . Your business is first and foremost a business. You need at least some capital, business skills and marketing savvy to make it really work. Home inspecting entails much more than performing inspections and filling out reports ..More

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How a Certified Home Inspector Spots Old Evidence of Flooding

- . They’re usually dark and look wet, even when dry. But sometimes, water can leave efflorescence and a bleached appearance on wood materials. Water stains, on the other hand, can result from a minor event ..More

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Talk With Your Home Inspection Customers About Fall Home Maintenance

- . Separate air conditioning units should be insulated and covered, recommends Bob Vila, to protect them from the elements and to keep cold air from whistling in around window installations. A filter change is always recommended before turning on heat for the first time of the new cool season. As summer fades into fall, air conditioning switches to heat ..More

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