Foundation Cracking: Minor

Foundation Cracking: Minor

Foundation cracking is normal in most homes. Sometimes the cracking is due to concrete shrinkage but sometimes it’s due to settling of the home or the lot itself. The cracks in this foundation would be considered minor and something to monitor over time. If this crack widens, then we would recommend contacting a structural engineer to evaluate the cause and propose suggestions for repair. If you’re concerned about the condition of your foundation, contact us to schedule a foundation inspection.

7 Questions to Ask a Home Inspector During Your Home Inspection

7 Questions to Ask a Home Inspector During Your Home Inspection

7 Questions to Ask a Home Inspector During Your Home Inspection Are you curious about what questions to ask a home inspector during a home inspection? Check out this complete guide on what you won’t want to miss asking. Having a prospective new home inspected can help you make an informed decision about whether or…

How Home Inspectors Check for Mold

How Home Inspectors Check for Mold

Mold isn’t just an unsightly growth. Mold inside of a home can cause a number of health problems, making it difficult to breathe, exacerbating allergies, and weakening your immune system.  Whether you’re buying a new home or simply want to assess the safety of your current home, hiring a home inspector is the way to go….