Protect Your Vacation Home

Posted on: July 22, 2019 by in Blog
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Canton GA Home Inspections 3 smart steps to protect your vacation home when you're away. Whether it's a cabin up north, a villa down south or a quaint cottage near family, many people in the United States own second homes. There are seasons you may spend more time at these vacation properties, but for many people, much of the year they remain empty. That's why it's important to take precautions to ensure your property and belongings stay safe even when you're not there. Not only are Continue Reading ...

Power Shutoffs This Summer

Posted on: July 19, 2019 by in Blog
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Home Inspection Marietta GA 5 ways to prepare for Public Safety Power Shutoffs this summer. During extreme weather conditions and when the threat of danger from wildfires is imminent, California utility companies make a determination whether to temporarily shut off power in specific areas to protect public safety and prevent an increase in dangerous conditions like power shutoffs. Southern California Edison (SCE), San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E) and Pacific Gas and Electric Continue Reading ...

Buy A Home Without Breaking The Bank

Posted on: July 17, 2019 by in Blog
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Alpharetta GA Home Inspections advise how to buy a home without breaking the bank Buying a home is one of life's biggest financial milestones, but people often think it's out of reach because of the costs involved, including the myth that you have to put 20% down. The fact is, you don't necessarily need to deplete all of your savings to qualify for a mortgage and you can purchase a home sooner than many people believe. You aren't alone in thinking you can't afford a home right now. Continue Reading ...

5 Staples for The Ideal DIY Workspace

Posted on: July 15, 2019 by in Blog
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Marietta GA Home Inspections 5 Staples for The Ideal DIY Workspace From ambitious millennials to enthusiastic boomers, do it yourself - DIY - is trending among people of all ages. No matter the hobby or home improvement project, creating a well-equipped workspace is just as important as having the right tools for the job. Whether your workspace is in the garage, a shed or a converted patio or back porch, equipping the space for your ultimate comfort and creativity can start your project off Continue Reading ...

Preparing Your Home For Summer Travel Season

Posted on: July 8, 2019 by in Blog
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Canton GA Home Inspection's 5 tips on preparing your home for summer travel season   According to AAA Travel, nearly 100 million Americans - four in 10 U.S. adults - are planning to take a family vacation in 2019, with two-thirds of all families embarking on a summer getaway. As families across the country take time off to travel and spend quality time together, the last thing they want to worry about is if their homes and belongings will be the victim of theft or break-ins. Luckily, Continue Reading ...

Keep Your Home Cool And Improve Indoor Air Quality

Posted on: July 5, 2019 by in Blog
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Home ventilation system | Staffordshire Home Advisors | Indoor air quality Canton GA

Canton GA Home Inspection List on How To Keep Your Home Cool And Improve Indoor Air Quality Summer heat may be good if you're at the beach or pool, but when you're at home, it often means fighting scorching temperatures with costly air conditioning. Not only can this feel like an endless battle during the dog days of summer, but leaving the trapped hot air in your home can also worsen indoor air quality. Considering people spend an average of 90 percent of their time indoors, this is a Continue Reading ...

3 Small Things Plus Bonus Tip That You Can Do to Add Value to Your Home

Posted on: June 20, 2019 by in Blog
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3 small things plus bonus tip that you can do to add value to your home

When it comes to your home, you want updates that make your property more comfortable, beautiful and of course, add value to your home. Whether you have a big budget or more elbow grease than cash to invest, there are numerous things you can do to improve your home's worth immediately. Here are three small things you can do to boost your home's value, plus one big one that will really make an impact. Small change #1 – Fresh paint Paint is one of the most affordable ways to bring dramatic Continue Reading ...

Home Selling Tips That Get The Job Done

Posted on: June 12, 2019 by in Blog
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Home Selling - fall is a great time for roofing

Home Selling can be one of the biggest decisions a person can make in life. That is why it is very crucial that you are educated on the topic. In the following article, you are going to be given advice and tips that will help you through this important decision. You should challenge your real estate tax bill because most municipalities wind up changing the value once they see your evidence. Because the appraiser is trying to value everything based on one set of standards for the entire area, Continue Reading ...

3 Things to Know About Saving Money on Your New Roof

Posted on: June 5, 2019 by in Blog
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3 Things to Know About Saving Money on Your New Roof

Replacing an aging or damaged roof is an important step to protect your home from the damage the elements can dish out — heat, wind, rain, snow, sleet and hail. But homeowners may not realize that the type of shingle they choose can make a big difference, not only in the protection it offers to the home, but also in the cost of their homeowners’ insurance. Here are a few things homeowners should keep in mind when looking to save money with a new roof: 1) Roof replacement can save Continue Reading ...

How to Improve Your Credit Score Before Applying for a Mortgage

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How to improve your credit score before applying for a mortgage

In today’s world, lenders use many different types of credit scoring models. There are virtually hundreds of different models out there for lenders to choose from. Many lenders continue to use conventional models that don’t provide a score for millions of consumers. That often puts younger borrowers such as millennials at a disadvantage. Millennials are less likely to have long credit histories, and they may only have one or two credit accounts. Because young adults today Continue Reading ...

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