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3 Dangers of Outdated Appliances

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When shopping for a new home, a major concern is whether or not there are outdated appliances within it. Taking the time to ensure that the appliances you’re about to purchase will serve you for years to come can save both energy and money – not only now but down the road. Yet, even if […]

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3 Things That Can Go Wrong with Multi-Family Home Builds

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When considering purchasing a multi-family home, you need to know what you’re stepping into. That’s where commercial building inspections from Inspect360 come into play. Our reports can identify all the good, the bad, and the ugly. So, let’s take a look at some of the things that can go wrong with multi-family home builds.

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3 Red Flags Commercial Property Inspectors Looks For

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A commercial building inspection from Inspect360 is a critical process that helps business owners make informed decisions about their investments. After all, your commercial property reflects your business practices, and any red flags need to be addressed. So, let’s look at three common red flags our commercial property inspectors look for during inspections.

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The Importance of Routine Smoke Detector Testing

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Smoke detectors are an essential safety feature for every room in your home. They can provide an early warning of a fire, giving you and your family enough time to escape safely. During home-buying inspections, the team at Inspect360 tests your potential home’s smoke detectors to ensure they’re working correctly. However, routine smoke detector testing […]

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How to Tell If You Need a Sewer Scope

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The plumbing and sewer system of your business is crucial to the health and safety of employees and customers. With so many people using your facilities, you must stay on top of plumbing and sewer maintenance. So, when these unexplained issues continue to creep up, it’s time to call Inspect360 for a sewer scope inspection.

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What to Expect When You’re Inspecting

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If you’re buying or selling a home, you’ll likely have to go through an inspection. This is a process where Inspect360 comes in to look at the property to ensure it’s in good condition. Many things can be inspected, including the roof, the foundation, and the plumbing. But there’s more to it. So, let’s discuss […]

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Why Sprinkler Systems are Best for Dry Times

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Drought conditions have been affecting many parts of the United States recently. If you are one of the many Texans who have had to deal with this, you know just how important it is to find ways to conserve water. Installing a sprinkler system can be a great way to do this. Additionally, if you […]

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Top 5 Reasons Your Pool Pump Isn’t Working

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If your pool pump isn’t working, it can be a real pain. Not only is it frustrating, but it can also be expensive to fix. However, if you recently had a pool inspection done by Inspect360, you probably have some potential fixes noted in your report. Still, there are five other reasons your pool pump […]

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Termite Damage: How to Tell if Your Deck is Affected

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If you have a deck, then there’s a good chance you’re concerned about termite damage. These pesky insects can do a lot of damage to wooden structures, and they can be very difficult to get rid of. Additionally, the colony can quickly spread to the rest of your home. That’s why a quality termite inspection […]

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3 Signs Your Old Building has Asbestos

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If you own an old building, there is a good chance that it contains asbestos. Asbestos is a hazardous material that was once commonly used in construction. If disturbed, asbestos can release fibers into the air that can cause serious health problems. So, here are some things to pay attention to in and around your […]

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