Home Inspection Bells and Whistles

Very few products and services are offered in their purest form these days. More often than not purchasing a device without the bells and whistles is “special order.” Try buying an appliance that doesn’t come with a built-in clock. I can’t walk through my kitchen without being reminded four or five times that I hit

The Overly-Disclaimed Home Inspection Report

So, if the home inspection report you received is somewhere north of fifty pages, maybe even one hundred, then you may be the victim of the overly-disclaimed home inspection report. The report reads more like a word problem from ninth-grade algebra: In an occupied home with furnishings . . . depending on usage . .

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