If you’re buying an old home, you’re likely assuming that the utilities are a top priority for home inspectors. There’s a good chance that the electrical and plumbing are outdated. Upon completion of the home inspection, you’re probably assured that your kitchen ceiling won’t come crashing to the floor as a result of leaking or damaged plumbing, but that’s not entirely true. The truth of the matter is, what’s involved with a plumbing inspection is not necessarily what you’d expect.[Read more…]
Since it’s such a big decision, you want to do everything to ensure your new home is worth the investment. While many shoppers may be most concerned by such things as the foundation, roof, and flooring, there’s an element to a home inspection that doesn’t always get the recognition it deserves: water pressure and flow. In this blog, we’ll explain the importance of inspecting water pressure and flow and why it affects more than just your morning showers.