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Home Inspection Boston – What To Expect From A Home Inspection

Posted on: September 20, 2019 by in Blog
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Most first time home buyers don’t realize that there’s still much to do when buying a house. Well, sometimes it’s easy to say “Oh I could just repaint the walls or maybe install new wallpapers” or “No worries I’ll buy a new AC anyway I think that’ll do. I don’t need a home inspection. I think I can close the deal now.” Did you know that being a cheapskate can sometimes lead to bigger trouble? Here’s why: NO HOME IS PERFECT. Every home will always need a home inspection. It Continue Reading ...

Home Inspection Boston – Awful Truth About Mold

Posted on: September 12, 2019 by in Blog, Boston, Home Inspection
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Whether you are planning to buy or sell a home, one important decision is to have a mold inspection. Why? Because they are extremely sneaky. Imagine not seeing them while touring the home, next time you know there are black and gray patches on your walls as soon as you moved in. Impossible? Of course, not! You see, the presence of mold is not an overnight buildup. It’s a combination of damp and moisture with no immediate action taken. Most home inspection companies conducted a separate Continue Reading ...

5 Budget-Friendly Projects That Boost Your Home’s Value

Posted on: September 5, 2019 by in Blog
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Whether you plan to sell your home soon or you simply want to make your property more modern and livable, there are many things you can do to increase the value of your house. The good news is you don't need a massive budget to make a big impact. Here are five affordable things you can do to boost your home's bottom line.   1. Update the entryway Updating the entryway provides a warm welcome to guests. Clean the space of clutter and consider adding a new sturdy doormat and plant or Continue Reading ...

Home Inspection Boston MA – Air Quality Inspection: 7 Reasons Why

Posted on: August 29, 2019 by in Blog
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Air quality inspection: A home is where the heart is. It’s the place where our kids grow up, spend days with friends, and simply create great memories together. But, it can be disheartening to find out that the home you’ve always looked forward to for shelter and get some good night sleep is the same reason why illnesses randomly strike you and your family. Most people are unaware of the fact that common health symptoms are actually related to the air quality that we breathe. Why? Continue Reading ...

Home Inspection Boston MA – How Often Should You Get A Roof Inspection?

Posted on: August 21, 2019 by in Blog, Home Inspection
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Say you’ve now settled in your wonderful home. Everything is done. All papers are submitted. You’ve had all the necessary home inspection services, from roof inspections to mold testing and now you’ve finally closed the deal. What’s next? Alright. You might be wondering what’s life to offer you now. Well, of course, you just moved into your dream home and the next thing you know, you’re putting photos on your family album and watching home videos. But that’d be pretty much a Continue Reading ...

5 Smart Home Upgrades that will Pay Off Later

Posted on: August 14, 2019 by in Blog, home improvement
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Whether you want to make the most of your home now, or you’re thinking of selling soon, smart upgrades can boost your enjoyment of your home and increase its resale value. Some upgrades improve the aesthetics of your house, while others help save on energy costs or improve the functionality of the home. Still others can add a touch of luxury. Why not consider smart upgrades for right now, instead of waiting until you’re ready to sell? You can certainly appreciate the upgrades now, while Continue Reading ...


Posted on: August 8, 2019 by in Blog
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Whether it's a cabin up north, a villa down south or a quaint cottage near family, many people in the United States own vacation home. There are seasons you may spend more time at these vacation properties, but for many people, much of the year they remain empty. That's why it's important to take precautions to ensure your property and belongings stay safe even when you're not there. Not only are vacation homes a target for thieves, but empty homes are often vulnerable to the elements and Continue Reading ...

4 Ways To Make The Most Out Of Your Smart Garage

Posted on: August 1, 2019 by in Blog, home improvement
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If there is one thing that we learned from Prime Day it's that the smart garage is a must-have for Amazon Prime Members. Chamberlain Group's myQ Smart Garage Hub was one of the best-selling smart home items during Prime Day. So, why are so many homeowners focusing on making their garage smart? 1) Get deliveries straight to your garage with Key by Amazon. Key by Amazon lets you get packages delivered safely and securely right in your garage, so you don't have to worry that the dog's food, Continue Reading ...

5 Latest Trends in Bathroom Design

Posted on: July 25, 2019 by in Blog
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Today's homeowners are increasingly expecting their bathrooms to mirror some of the spa-like features that were previously seen only in hotels, resorts and luxury vacation rentals. Home television shows and websites like Better Homes and Gardens (, and have showcased these once aspirational luxuries, while technical advances have made them more attainable. With the baby boomer population among the most active of renovating groups, those wanting to remain in Continue Reading ...

Fact or fiction? 5 Myths About Metal Roofing

Posted on: July 12, 2019 by in Blog
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Asphalt shingles may be the most popular roofing in the U.S. by volume, but metal roofing is gaining in popularity for its durability, longevity and low-maintenance benefits. Still, many people unfamiliar with the product have misconceptions about this quality roofing option. Myth #1: Metal roofs are loud One of the biggest misconceptions of metal roofs is that they are loud during a rainstorm and unbearable during severe weather, making sounds like repeatedly dropping objects on tin. In Continue Reading ...