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New inspection article: Evaluating Problems with Fasteners

June 2nd, 2011

The term “fasteners” covers a huge amount of hardware used in a variety of applications. The types that home inspectors are most likely to encounter on the job include nails, screws, bolts and anchors.  However, by the time an inspector sees a fastener, it’s already installed and all that’s visible is usually only the head.  Inspectors will have a better chance of recognizing defective conditions by learning to recognize fastener types and their performance characteristics in our new article titled Evaluating Problems with Fasteners.

This blog entry was posted by Nick Gromicko.

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