Routine inspection of a water well system can help ensure it is operating properly, prolong its useful life, and protect your investment. The cost of a well water inspection varies by location but tends to range from $300 to $500. It typically includes: location of the well, type of well head and cover, and collecting and analyzing water samples.
I enjoy educating my clients who want to learn more about their house systems. Here I am with Krista S.,another happy homeowner who purchased a home in Franklinton, NC. We examined the crawlspace together to view systems such as the HVAC and hot water heater. We also talked about what an encapsulated crawlspace is. Give me a call and I’ll answer your home inspection questions too!
Thank you to ERA Parrish Realty in Knightdale, NC for having me as a Featured Speaker this week. Not only did we talk about common issues like moisture in crawlspaces and the benefits of different types of insulation, but we enjoyed some fantastic Bojangles food too!
Thank you to Front Porch Realty in Fuquay, NC for having me as their Featured Speaker for their sales meeting a couple of weeks ago. We had a fun and informative time addressing topics such as attic access, the importance of ensuring new construction meets current code standards, and other inspection topics.
Termites are found in almost every state (Alaska has been spared due to its colder climate), and these small bugs cause an estimated $50 billion in damage to buildings and dwellings every year.
Termites are a concern because they can cause extensive damage before you ever realize you have a pest problem. They eat wood from the inside out, so their presence is hard to detect unless you know what to look for.
A termite inspection is a visual inspection of the readily accessible areas of the home for evidence of wood-destroying insects. The inspector will visually inspect the entry and interior of the home including any sub-spaces such as a basement or crawl space. Typical costs of a termite inspection can run from $55 to $100+ and usually includes a Wood Destroying Inspection Report.