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If you’re like me, the garage is the only place where I’m truly King of my domain. A place to tinker, reflect or simply getting away from the family for some time and relax with a cold. Large garage designs must take into account your specific purpose before building or remodeling.
At this stage, a little foresight inside your garage designs will enhance the overall functionality and also provide you a quite cool to hang out place. If you need to justify your conceptions of garage to the woman, just remind him it’s an improvement and this is add value to your home. That it works for me!
Granted, the fun part is decoration of the Interior with all your cool stuff in the attic you haven’t seen since college, as it is not allowed anywhere in the House, do not start any even just planning. We must be practical. All garage designs must begin with a few fundamental principles: Read the rest of this entry »
The job of a home inspector is to find the problems with a home. It is that simple. The inspector does not pass or fail a home. He looks for problems, potential problems, health hazards, safety hazards and monotonous used annoyances. Most of the time problems are found before they become major problems.
Would you, as a buyer of a home, want to fetch problems before you occupy the home and disappear in? If you wait, then it is too unimaginative. If you go into a home without getting a home inspection done then you do not have the opportunity to negotiate with the seller over any major issues. It will be your responsibility to pay for any repairs or replacement that is required. Read the rest of this entry »
Now that you’ve weathered the winter, the door is open for you to focus on the maintenance of your home-not only the inside of your home but outside, too, making sure the house is safe and properly maintained. Doing this will help to prevent safety risks and costly repairs in the future. Dan Steward, president of Pillar To Post, North America’s largest home inspection service, offers these suggestions:
Inspect the deck: Wooden decks can become damaged and corroded from the harshness of winter. See if nails or screws are popping up. Clean the deck and seal it.
Check electrical outlets and extension cords: Replace any loose-fitting plugs or frayed extension cords to prevent a fire hazard. Read the rest of this entry »