Omaha Home Inspections by Greg Wayman, ASHI Certified Inspector

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My blog is packed full of home inspection related articles that are useful for homeowners, Buyers, Sellers, and real estate agents. I also post interesting inspection pics regularly as I run across something on my inspections that peak my interest. Enjoy!
RECENT BLOG POSTS
This house in Omaha, NE had a 6 month old furnace and water heater.  The only 2 sources of carbon monoxide in the home.  During my home inspection, my CO detector hit 20 ppm when I was running the furnace.  I recalibrated my detector and went back into the house.  It then registered 29 ppm.  At t...
01/01/2017
Here's reminder that you need to pay attention to what you actually plug into outlets.  If the cord is damaged, you might not be as lucky as this homeowner.For more home inspection photos from Omaha, Nebraska, go to our website:www.omaha-home-inspection.com
12/14/2015
It might be time to clean out your gutters when...Check out more funny home inspection pics at: www.omaha-home-inspector.com
12/14/2015
In the outskirts of Blair, Nebraska, our drinking water comes from a community well that is high in iron.  With high iron comes rust stains in the toilet bowl, buildup in the toilet reservoir tank, rings in the sinks, rust marks in the shower surround, aerators clogging on the sink faucets, and f...
12/13/2015
The Buyer had their final walk through with the Builder last week.  They went through a stringent checklist and had some minor issues to address before closing.  The paint touchups and cleaning were being done when I performed the home inspection on this Beautiful High End Custom Ranch House in P...
12/08/2015
I had the pleasure of inspecting an "easy" 1,100 s.f. condo yesterday.  It had been flipped.  Looked nice and clean.  New carpet, new paint, new countertops, new fixtures, etc.  The basement was newly finished with an unfinished utility room.  I flushed the basement toilet a few times, ran the si...
12/02/2015
(For a printable PDF document of these reviews, click here.) “I had Greg inspect two homes for me. I always respect a person that can see something that you can't see, even when you're looking right at it. I remember many times that he saw something about the home and was able to anticipate futur...
10/04/2015
The main cast sewer stack was 8 1/2" in front of the furnace.  The water heater was 11" in front of the furnace.  Not that home inspectors are supposed to know code, but code requires a minimum 30" clearance in front of the furnace.  Why?  So the HVAC Technicians have enough room to be able to wo...
09/07/2015
This was a recent home inspection on a modular home in South Bend, Nebraska.  The Seller hired a handyman to install a new water heater.  He screwed up on 3 items that ended up being 2 explosion hazards and 1 carbon monoxide hazard.  Can you see what's missing?  The answer is below the picture:Th...
09/04/2015
Ever enter a house and wonder how in the world it hasn't burnt down yet? The main electric panel was located in the basement bathroom just to the side of the toilet.  The kitchen sink was located directly above the panel.  The sink leaked badly and had been for what appeared to be years.  The bas...
09/01/2015
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My blog is packed full of home inspection related articles that are useful for homeowners, Buyers, Sellers, and real estate agents. I also post interesting inspection pics regularly as I run across something on my inspections that peak my interest. Enjoy!