Installing insulation at the roof is an important step for protecting the home from moisture intrusion and energy loss. Read about how to inspect homes that use high-efficiency spray foam in Inspecting Spray-Foam Insulation Applied Under Plywood and OSB Roof Sheathing.
Many home inspectors work diligently to gather as many positive customer reviews as possible to put on their websites. This is a good thing, right? But how do you squeeze the SEO juice out of them that makes them worth putting on your site in the first place? Read our latest marketing article to find out how to make your clients’ feedback easy to acquire and how to put that feedback to work for you in: “Video Testimonials for Home Inspectors.”
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While unvented fireplaces and other types of combustion appliances are portable, attractive, and seemingly maintenance-free, they can pose a serious danger to a home’s occupants precisely because they’re ventless. Find out more about the hazards of these appliances that have been prohibited in many — but not all — municipalities by reading Ben Gromicko and Nick Gromicko’s latest article, Inspecting Unvented Combustion Appliances.
For inspectors who have Spanish-speaking clients and work with Spanish-speaking real estate professionals, post this article on your website, which has been newly translated into Spanish and discusses the costs that consumers should be aware of when purchasing a property: Costos de Cierre.
It’s best not to locate plumbing pipes in exterior walls, but there are a number of easy and affordable ways that homeowners can insulate all plumbing pipes to avoid freezing problems, as well as decrease their energy bills in general. Home inspectors should also know these tips in order to assist their clients. Read about them in Ben Gromicko’s latest article: Inspecting Pipes in Exterior Walls and Pipe Insulation.
For inspectors who have Spanish-speaking clients and work with Spanish-speaking real estate professionals, post this article on your website, which has been newly translated into Spanish and discusses the advantages and pitfalls of buying a foreclosed property: Inspecciones en Ejecuciones Hipotecarias: Confíe En Su Instinto.
Read about why it’s essential for SEO to always feature your name, address and phone number — known as NAP — on your home inspection business website in InterNACHI Technology Assistant Savannah Carr’s article, “The Importance of NAP and How to Use It.”
InterNACHI founder Nick Gromicko presents his latest brainstorm about how home inspectors can capture red-hot live leads while on the job in his article, “The Hottest Leads for Home Inspectors Are Sitting on the Kitchen Counter.”