Receptacle Testers

Hi Everyone! I wanted to throw up a quick video talking about receptacle testers.  As a home inspector, part of my job is to make sure that all the receptacles in your house are hooked up properly and don’t pose any electrical concerns for you or your family.  I’m able to do that by using…

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5 Home Inspector Tools

Hey y’all, Today I thought I would write a quick post about 5 home inspector tools I use. These aren’t all of the tools I use, but they are five that I use at every inspection.   Other cool tools are my Infrared Camera, Continuous Radon Machines and Carbon Monoxide Detector to name a few.   Each…

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Galvanized Plumbing Pipes

Howdy y’all! Today lets talk about galvanized plumbing pipes. If you own a pre-1960s home, chances are your plumbing supply lines are made from galvanized steel. The problem with galvanized pipes is that they often rust and corrode from the inside-out, due to prolonged exposure to the minerals in water.   Here’s a photo of a…

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InterNACHI Certified Inspector

Howdy folks! In this post I want to talk about the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. InterNACHI is is the largest organization of residential home inspectors in the world. InterNACHI certified inspectors are some of the most well trained and well-respected inspectors in the United States.   I’m proud to be a member of InterNACHI and…

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Lead Paint Charlotte NC

Howdy folks! It’s been almost two months since my last blog post.  Sorry about that!  Things have been busy, busy, busy to say the least.  I want to get back to writing some good articles for my site.  I couple of posts ago, I wrote about Radon and why it’s important to test for it. …

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