• Check your home for water leaks
  • Have a CERTIFIED chimney sweep inspect and clean your flues and dampners
  • Clean your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms and change batteries
  • Clean gutters and downspouts
  • Replace window screens with storm windows
  • Have a HVAC technician check your furnace and heating system
  • Remove any birds nest from flues and electrical fixtures
  • Protesct your hom from frozen pipes
  • Run all your gas powered yard equipment until gas is gone or use a fuel stabilizer
  • Test your emergency generator
 
 

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Quality home inspections

On top of Comprehensive home inspections which includes Roof, Attic, Plumbing, Electrical, HVAC, Foundation and all points in between, I also do, Pre-Listing/ Post-Sale inspections and I can also check for termites!

Home Inspections

Inspecting a residential building involves looking at many inter-related elements. Inspectors must examine mechanical systems, such as the dwelling’s plumbing, HVAC and electrical, as well as structural components, such as the roof and
garage, and several more features in between.
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Pre Listing Inspections (Sellers)

Eventually, your buyers are going to conduct an inspection. You may as well know what they are going to find by getting there first. Having an inspection performed ahead of time helps in many other ways.
 
Never hire an inspector who is not a member of InterNACHI, which provides the most trusted and rigorous training for inspectors in the industry.
 
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Wood Damaging Organisms

The most damaging insects that attack structural wood are termites. Their activity
results in damage and control costs that exceed $1.5 billion per year nationally. Beetles are
the next important group of insects that attack wood, while bees, wasps and ants are third
in importance, depending on geographical location. Wood-inhabiting fungi are another
group of organisms that occasionally cause problems.
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Home Energy Report

Your home uses energy every day, all day long. To understand where energy is being used
in your home, refer to your InterNACHI Home Energy Report™ provided to you by your
local home inspector.
A house uses energy to keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. It uses energy
to provide you with light when you need it. It uses energy to provide you with hot water.
And it uses energy to run all of your appliances and home electronics.
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Home Buyer Tips

Email me and I'll send you my free e-booklet: Tips for Homebuyers:
What Every Homebuyer in
York and Adams Counties, MUST Know
E-mail: TWilliams@Notyourfathersinspection.com
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