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Home Inspections: Hidden & Visible Defects

January 2013 monthly theme is Home Inspections for your house. Today we discuss hidden and visible defects when looking at your home. If you want me to talk about a certain topic in the future please email us. To learn more contact us for a Free Special report on How to Sell Your House on The Date of Your Choice Without Making a Repair!

Types of defects in the home:

  • Hidden defects are behind the walls, on the roof or out of site inside the furnace and under crawl spaces.  Professional home inspectors might not spot all signs of termite damage, faulty wiring and improper roofing
  • Visible defects are out in the open for buyers to see. Some visible defects are below:
    • Moisture: water stains on ceilings, damp basement walls or musty odors are all signs of possible water damage
    • Cracks in walls might mean nothing, but all cracks should be investigated by a professional, especially cracks in foundation walls
    • Uneven floors: floors that are not level could mean the house is sinking.
    • Loose doors: Look for light coming in around and under exterior doors. These might need insulation or refitting
    • Condition of Heating and Air Conditioner
    • Water Pressure

If you need a recommendation for a home inspector email us and we can provide you a few home inspectors for you to choose.

To learn more about this topic contact us for a Free Special report on How to Sell Your House on The Date of Your Choice Without Making a Repair!

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