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Home Wind Mitigation Inspection

Wind mitigation is the implementation of certain building techniques in order to reduce damage caused by intense wind. In Florida, the portion of a homeowner's insurance premium covering wind damage can be up to 70% of the total. Following Hurricane Andrew, Florida...

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4-Point Home Inspection

Insurance companies have become increasingly reluctant to issue Homeowners Insurance Policies on older homes (usually 30 years old or more). In order to qualify, a 4-Point Home Inspection focusing on four main areas of interest as indicated below must be performed on...

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Protect Your Property From Water Damage

As a destructive force, water can diminish the value of your home or building and affects the indoor air quality. The following are common building-related sources of water intrusion: Windows and doors: Check for leaks Roof: Improper drainage or slope and leaks...

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Electrical Panels

Electrical panels are boxes that house circuit breakers and/or fuses in older panels. Circuit breakers are safety devices that stop the electrical current if it exceeds the safe level for some portion of the home electrical system. Service panel inspections check for...

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Polybutylene (PB) Pipes

Polybutylene (PB) is a flexible piping used from approximately 1983 to 1995. Production was ceased in 1994 after scores of allegations surfaced claiming problems with the joints failing and causing property damage. The best places to check for polybutylene are the...

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Understanding Household Electricity

Every house or apartment is going to have an electrical system of one sort or another. Whether working with buyers or sellers, it pays to understand the basics of home electrical systems. Electricity is generated at power plants, travels to sub stations, then to...

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Backflow Prevention

A backflow prevention device is used to protect potable water supplies from contamination or pollution due to backflow. Backflow may occur under the following two conditions: Back-pressure: whenever the amount of water being used exceeds the amount of water being...

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Septic Systems

Septic systems treat and disperse wastewater from homes and commercial buildings. A typical septic system has four main components: a pipe from the home, a septic tank, a drain field, and the soil. Microbes in the soil digest and remove most contaminants from...

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Crawlspace Hazards

An underground crawl space (as the name implies) is a type of basement in which one cannot stand up (the height may be as little as one foot), and the surface is often soil. Crawl spaces offer a convenient access to pipes, substructures and a variety of other areas...

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Dryer Vent Safety

Clothes dryers evaporate the water from wet clothing with heat provided by an electric heating element or a gas burner. A heavy garment load can contain more than a gallon of water which becomes airborne water vapor and leaves the dryer and home through the dryer...

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The Difference Between A Ground Fault And A Short Circuit

When a fuse blows or a circuit breaker trips, was it a short circuit or a ground fault that caused it?  It is hard to tell just by going to the fuse box or electrical panel. A short circuit is an abnormal connection between two nodes of an electric circuit intended to...

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Bathroom Ventilation Ducts And Fans

Bathroom ventilation systems are designed to exhaust odors and moist air to the home's exterior. Fans. Most are controlled by a conventional wall switch A humidistat can be preset to turn the fan on and off based on levels of humidity Bathroom ventilation fans should...

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Chinese Drywall

Homeowners alleging that contaminated drywall was installed have reported numerous incidents of corroding copper and other metals in their homes. The Florida Department of Health advised homeowners worried about tainted drywall to check copper tubing coils located in...

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