Author: Michael Dominianni

An Overview of Sewer Pipe Inspections

Sewer Line Inspections

Buying a new home? Before you sign on the dotted line and take ownership of it, it’s important to have a home inspection performed. A home inspection will let you know if there are any potential problems with any aspect of a home. You should also have a sewer pipe inspection completed at the same… Read more »

What Type of Damage Can Happen to Your Property’s Sewer Pipe?

Property Sewer Line Issues

Of course, homeowners can’t see the sewer lines that are connected to their homes. As such, more often than not, they don’t spend a great deal of time worrying about what kind of condition they’re in. Nonetheless, it doesn’t take people very long to figure out when there’s a problem with a sewer line. In… Read more »

Reasons to Have a Sewer Pipe Inspection Before Buying a Home

Sewer Line Inspections

Are you in the process of buying a home? Before you close on it, you should always have a home inspection done. It’ll show you what kind of condition the home is in and let you know if there is anything you need to worry about. However, one important part of your home that is… Read more »

A Home Inspection Guide for Homebuyers

Home Inspection Process

Are you in the process of buying a home? Before you fully commit to doing it, it’s important to have a home inspection done on the property. This will let you know if there are any major or minor repairs that need to be made to the home you want to buy at this time…. Read more »

Why It’s Unwise to Skip the Home Inspection

Home Inspections

Some home sellers and buyers decide to skip the home inspection process for various reasons. Why is it unwise to skip it? A home inspection is important because it’s like a doctor’s check-up– it’ll tell you if the house has any safety issues that need attention. Stuff like carbon monoxide, radon and mold is stuff… Read more »

January Was National Radon Month

Have you heard of radon? Chances are you have if you’ve ever bought a house. Typically, before you purchase a home you have the area around it tested for radon. This is a way to know whether or not you’d be in danger. Radon can’t be seen, smelled or tasted. That said, if it’s present… Read more »

Why You Should Have a Pool Inspection Done

Many homebuyers are intrigued by the idea of purchasing a home that has a pool. While pools aren’t for everyone, there are plenty of people who would love to have a pool. But before you buy a home with a pool in the backyard, you should have a pool inspection done to make sure that… Read more »

Why an Inspection is Necessary Before Buying a Home

For most people, purchasing a home is the largest investment they will make in their lifetimes. With so much at stake, it’s only natural to take every precaution possible to protect your investment and ensure you are making a prudent purchase. One of the precautions that prospective homebuyers need to take is having a home… Read more »

The Dangers of Underground Oil Tanks

There’s a lot going on underneath our feet that we don’t see. Take, for instance, underground oil tanks. There are more than a million of them buried in the United States, and not all of them are clearly accounted for and/or maintained in great condition. Regulations concerning these tanks didn’t really kick in until the… Read more »

The Importance of a Fireplace Inspection Before Winter

There’s nothing quite like settling down with a good book and a cup of coffee, or a few friends and some glasses of wine, in front of a beautifully roaring fire. Since the end of the hot and sticky summer months are in sight for those of us in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic area of… Read more »