Stucco and Damaged Homes

It's no secret that stucco homes have had a ton of water problems during the last few decades. Newer stucco homes have had catastrophic failures all over the country. It's Not About Synthetic Stucco This problem isn't about synthetic stucco. I bring this up because...

Things To Consider Before A Kitchen Remodel

If you plan to renovate your kitchen, take the time and spend a little extra money to get the plumbing, mechanicals, and electrical right. Home inspectors find a lot of remodeled kitchens where it would have been just a little bit of extra work to fix an existing...

The Best Places For Mold Growth In Your Home

As a home inspector, I don't specifically look for mold but when I find stuff that looks like mold, I report it as such. A mold issue is a moisture issue. Bathrooms Bathrooms are humid places, and you end up with a lot of moldy-looking stuff. We find it behind caulk...

The Importance Of Infrared Cameras

Home inspectors can inspect the exterior of a home and the inside of the home, but what about problems that could be hiding in the walls? Instead of tearing down a client's walls to look for leaks and other problems, we use an infrared camera to look for problems that...

Problems And Solutions for Roof Vents

Mixed Exhaust Vents For Proper Ventilation, both high and low vents should be installed. On paper, the high vents are supposed to act like exhaust vents while the low vents should act like intake vents. Convection is supposed to help make this happen. In reality, it...

Reasons You Need to Get a Home Inspection

Safety An important part of the home inspection is to make sure the home is safe. The inspector will look at the electrical system and make sure it is in proper working order. You don’t want to live in a home with an unsafe electrical system. If you choose to get a...

Top Home Inspectors in San Diego

EXPERIENCED EXPERT IN THE FIELD. Who to trust with one of your biggest investment? “You can start by knowing the actual person doing the home inspection; their residential contruction experience would be a good start, yes, it's good if the person inspecting your home...

Steps to Replace a Hardwired Smoke Alarm

Replacing a hardwired smoke alarm is a piece of cake. If you purchase a smoke alarm from the same manufacturer, you might be able to use the same wiring harness. You simply disconnect the existing smoke alarm and pop in the new one. Remember to turn the power off...

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WHAT EVERY HOME BUYER IN SAN DIEGO COUNTY SHOULD KNOW

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