Monthly Archives: July 2020

Basic Refrigerator Maintenance Tips

By |2020-07-28T19:37:43-07:00July 28th, 2020|Maintenance Tips|

When electronic appliances are integrating into our lives and becoming essential parts of it, they are so convenient that a single breakdown can cost you a lot. Refrigerators keep your food and drink fresh and healthy, but with some extra care and tenderness, you can certainly avoid situations that bring you headaches!   Here we

Learn to Identify Your Roof Slate Today!

By |2020-07-25T19:21:30-07:00July 25th, 2020|Inspection Pictures|

There are many different types of roof slate across the countries these days and each with very different qualities and characteristics. Knowing the kind and age of your roof slate can prevent you from as small possible rip-off from repair to something as big as safety issues!  To judge the quality of your slate, simply

The Importance of Ledger Connections in Deck Building

By |2020-07-21T06:09:00-07:00July 20th, 2020|Inspection Pictures|

Do you know that one of our worst nightmares ----- deck collapses is mostly caused by a ledger pulling away from rim joists? To adhere a ledger to a rim joist from the house, we usually choose lag screws or through-bolts. Namely, the usage of through-bolts demands accesses to rim joist back-side. This means occasionally

Zinsco Panel, Home Inspectors’ Bad news

By |2020-07-28T19:39:36-07:00July 7th, 2020|Inspection Pictures|

Zinsco Electric Panel, what is it, and why we recommend the client to have a Certified Electrician to evaluate it? These panels in a simple word are Obsolete. You cannot find any newer version of it since the 1970s. Besides, based on Expert opinion, Zinsco Panels produced 30 years ago are not safe to use

What is Anchor Bolt and the Usage of it in Houses?

By |2020-07-28T19:40:21-07:00July 6th, 2020|Inspection Pictures|

What is Anchor Bolt? An anchor bolt is a type of fastener designed to connect a house wood component to a concrete surface. It means you will see it between the foundation wall (a concrete component of the house) and the Sill plate (a wood component of the house). It is obvious home builders use

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