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  DogA friend of mine just lost the family pet he had for 15 years, I thought I would remind him of all the wisdom we gain from our pets.   Here are things we learn from our dogs Never pass up the opportunity to go for a joyride. Allow the experience of fresh air and the wind in your face to be p...
07/08/2011
Inspecting your windows will tell you a lot of things. Inspect for dirt and dead insects that are obstructing the bottom of the window or the weep holes, This is something that can usually be cleaned with an attachment on your vacuum fairly easily. You may find that the screens are blocking the w...
07/07/2011
Often when performing home inspections in the Scottsdale area I find doors that bind, don’t lock or squeak. This is something easy to resolve and even easier to prevent. This is likely one of the easiest things you can do that never gets done. It only takes a moment to make sure the key continues...
07/07/2011
When performing home inspections in Phoenix I frequently look at vacent homes where the AC unit is off. This is not a great idea, let me explane why. If someone is looking to buy the home and it is 115 degrees outside, they will not enjoy the 100 degrees inside the home. 85 degrees feels real nic...
07/03/2011
When I perform Home Inspections in Phoenix, I also will inspect the pool. Here are some simple tips you can use to keep you pool clean and clear and prevent it from turning into a big green monster that eats your time and money. The pool is greener than the grass. Check your chlorine AND the PH l...
06/20/2011
This is my Phoenix Home Inspector Tip of the Week.   If you are like most people, you do not change your air filter often enough, this allows dirt to get into the unit. Having a qualified air conditioning tech come out to your house and check out the unit before it gets too hot has several benefi...
06/10/2011
This is my Phoenix Home Inspector Tip of the Week. Stop wasting water and catch leaks before water can cause major damage. If undetected, leaks can rot wood or damage ceilings if toilets are located above the first floor. Look for signs of water running in the toilet bowl when it is not in use, s...
06/10/2011
THESE REALLY WORK!! I checked this out on Snopes and it's for real! AMAZING SIMPLE HOME REMEDIES: 1. AVOID CUTTING YOURSELF WHEN SLICING VEGETABLES BY GETTING SOMEONE ELSE TO HOLD THE VEGETABLES WHILE YOU CHOP. 2. AVOID ARGUMENTS WITH THE FEMALES ABOUT LIFTING THE TOILET SEAT BY USING THE SINK. 3...
06/03/2011
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I was surfing the net and checking out my competition. I found several friends sites that were classy and some that actually need more work than my site. (Mine is a mess at the moment) I was suddenly surprised to find several sites that look good but the inspectors are members of organizations th...
05/31/2011
I posted a blog last week about thanking those that serve and have served our country all week long. I said thes Rain down our thanks on them and the effect Active rain could have doing so. Then I posted another memorial day trivia. In keeping with the thought I thought I would share this Toby K...
05/31/2011
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