Inspecting and Maintaining Your Existing Home

Have you lived in your home for many years? Kept it maintained and replaced broken items or appliances? Feel you know the condition of your home? Think about the business that you are in right now. Would someone that is not in your particular field of work know as much as you do about the subject? Probably not! The same conditions apply in the maintenance of your home. Have you have repairs performed that you counted only on the repair contractors opinion concerning it being installed properly and safe? Now you are starting to see the point.

May we recommend having one of our licensed, trained, educated and certified Inspectors' come and do a complete maintenance inspection on your home. Each year it seems that there are new building methods or new materials that come into the market that can save us energy costs, make our homes more comfortable and safer. Our Inspector can point these items out to you and assist in answering your questions concerning any of these items.

New laws in the State of Texas now mandate smoke alarms in every home. Smoke devices must be hard wired with a battery backup and wired in sequence. This means when one device goes off, they all go off to alert everyone in the house. The devices must be installed in each bedroom, adjacent hallway and on each level of the house according to the National Electric Codes. Smoke alarm devices must also be included on every seller disclosure form when you list you home on the market for sale.

Maintaining your existing home can be extremely difficult and time consuming. To minimize unpleasant surprises and unexpected expenses, you'll want to learn as much as you can about the condition and safety of your home.

Call our office today and speak with one of our experienced office coordinators to learn more about this great service. I promise, you'll be glad that you did. You and your family will feel better and be safer because of you taking this step.