What to Expect When You Get Your Potential Home Inspected

When contemplating a major purchase, it’s important to have as much information as possible. Before you make a final decision on whether to buy a home, you should have it inspected. Even if a house looks flawless, there may be significant problems that you can’t see. A home inspector can look at several major components… Read more »

Home Safety Tips While you’re on Vacation

August is upon us, and for many, that means summer vacations. If you’ve planned to take a trip somewhere with the family this year, we hope you have an incredible time making new memories. Before you leave though, be sure you’ve done the following things to keep your home clean and protected while you’re gone…. Read more »

How to Read Your Home Inspection Report

Getting a home inspection done prior to buying or selling your house is important. This report will include key data about the condition of the structure and any potential areas of concern – or even positive feedback on things that are still in great working order. In so many ways these reports can benefit the… Read more »

Home Inspection Items to Consider Before You Buy

Home inspections are perhaps one of the most critical tasks when it comes to purchasing a property. Whether you’ll be living there for years to come or just reselling – if there are major structural issues or other problems with the dwelling you deserve to know as the buyer before you sign on the dotted… Read more »

Home Inspection Questions: What About Mold?

Getting a home inspection done is peace of mind at the end of the day for both sellers and future owners. The inspection is a critical part of the process whenever selling or buying a property as a professionally trained and certified inspector will come in to ensure the dwelling is sound and up to… Read more »

ASK THE INSPECTOR: Shared Water Issues in Condos

Welcome to our latest in the “Ask the Inspector” series where Al Dingerfeld, one of only 6 Certified Master Inspectors in the State of Connecticut, answers your questions related to home inspections, safety and regulations you should know about.  This month’s question is one that matters to a lot of people – renters, owners and… Read more »

Ask the Inspector: Should I Be Worried About a Buried Fuel Tank?

Welcome to our latest in the “Ask the Inspector” series where Al Dingerfeld, one of only 6 Certified Master Inspectors in the State of Connecticut, answers your questions related to home inspections, safety and regulations you should know about.  Our most recent question is one we hear frequently from home buyers who are in the… Read more »

Last Minute Tips to Winterize Your Property

Keeping your property well maintained is key for investment protection. You not only want to ensure there are no significant damages over the winter months, but that the living conditions remain safe and comfortable.  Here are some key ways you can winterize your property last minute before Connecticut’s harsh winter weather begins.  Re-check and Re-Clean… Read more »

3 Reasons Your House Won’t Pass An Inspection

Purchasing or selling a home or property is an important step in the real estate process. For both the buyer and seller a level of trust that the dwelling being purchased is worth the cost is important. Since trusting someone’s word will not hold up in legal matters, you need something more official to prove… Read more »