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Whether you are a first time home buyer, or someone who has been around the block before, this message is for you. If you or someone you know tells you they are planning a purchase of a home in the near future, please tell them to get it inspected before the sale is finalized.

Even though Technihouse is an inspection company and we would love to have your business, we are also in the business of looking out for our clients. The house buying market has been a crazy one the last few years. People are tending to do just about anything to get that perfect house they want so badly, that they are even offering more money than the house is actually worth and/or waiving their house inspection rights just to get their offer accepted.

We have gotten many phone calls from people who did waive their home inspection and now, after moving in, they are finding a multitude of costly problems. Now they need help in determining all the things they never got the chance to be informed of by getting a pre-purchase home inspection. Even if the purchase of the house is being sold “as is”, an inspection will give you a clear understanding of the scope of work required.

Getting a home inspection before you buy is the most important thing you can do in safe guarding your purchase. Waiving that right puts not only your purchase, but also your savings account in jeopardy. This could possibly cost you money that you don’t have in correcting big ticket items like having to replace the roof, furnace, water heater or even having to have the basement waterproofed.

Our inspectors at Technihouse Inspections, Inc. are there for you. We inspect those “big ticket” items and inform you if they are working properly or nearing their useful lifespan.

As someone who has used Technihouse Inspections and has seen the value of our service, don’t let your friends or family make a mistake by not having an inspection.

It’s better to be safe now, than sorry later.

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~ Technihouse Tips ~

Here are some Fall tips of what you need to know, and do, to get things around your house ready for winter.

  • Visually look at your roof for overhanging tree limbs and cut them back within three feet of your roof. The weight of ice or snow could cause them to sag and damage the shingles

  • Check for any loose or missing shingles

  • Make sure the chimney screen is secure to keep out birds, squirrels and raccoons

  • Clean out all gutters and secure any that are loose and sagging

  • Install storm windows

  • Check and replace gas and oil in the snow blower

  • Replace the snow blowers spark plug

  • Grease the snow blowers auger

  • Spray a non-stick solution (such as Pam cooking spray) on the snow shovels to keep the snow from sticking

  • Turn off the water to exterior hose bibbs from inside your house

  • Disconnect all garden hoses from all hose bibbs

  • Drain all gas from the lawn mower

  • Close any crawl space vents

  • Have the lawn sprinkler system winterized

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