8 Creative Ways to Make a Small Space Feel Bigger

Living in a small space doesn't mean you have to feel cramped or cluttered. With a few smart design tricks, you can make any room appear larger and more inviting. Here are some tried-and-true methods to maximize your space and create an airy atmosphere. Embrace Light...

Mold Air Sampling in Your Home

Mold is a word that strikes fear into the hearts of homeowners. When faced with a potential mold problem, many people turn to mold air sampling as a solution. But what exactly does this entail, and is it the right choice for your home? Identifies Hidden Mold: One...

Getting Your Backyard Ready for Spring

Ah, springtime – the season of renewal and rejuvenation. As the flowers bloom and the birds chirp, it's time to give your backyard the attention it deserves. Whether you're gearing up for a barbecue or simply want to enjoy the great outdoors, a thorough spring...

How Is It Staged?

As home inspectors, we see countless homes go through the process of being staged for sale. And let me tell you, the difference it makes is remarkable. Staging isn't just about making your home look pretty; it's about highlighting its best features and creating a...

Have You Prepared Your Home for The Inspection?

Getting your home ready for a home inspection can feel like preparing for a big event. It's the moment when your home gets scrutinized, inside and out, to ensure it's in good shape for potential buyers. So, how can you make sure your home shines on inspection day?...

Is Buying a Flood-Damaged Property Worth It?

As I’m sure you are aware, purchasing a property is a significant investment, one that often requires careful consideration of various factors. Among these considerations, the history of flooding associated with a property is a crucial aspect that cannot be...

The Hidden Dangers in Your Laundry Room

Your laundry room might seem like a benign space in your home, but it holds hidden risks if safety measures are overlooked. From lint buildup to faulty appliances, various factors can contribute to fire hazards. So, how can you prevent this? First, make it a habit to...

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WHAT EVERY HOME BUYER IN CT SHOULD KNOW

Are you buying a home in CT? Then there is some important information you should know - from the perspective of a home inspector.

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