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Inspection & consumer article newly translated into Spanish: Edificios Dañados por Inundaciones (Flood-Damaged Buildings)

December 31st, 2015

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 structural problems and health hazards that can exist as the result of flooding, and the steps homeowners should take in the event of a flood that has affected their home:  Edificios Dañados por Inundaciones.

This blog entry was posted by Kate Tarasenko.

Consumer article newly translated into Spanish: Combustible para Chimenea (Fireplace Fuel)‏

December 22nd, 2015

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 talks about the appropriate types of fuel to burn in a fireplace, as well as some examples of hazardous materials that should not be burned indoors:  Combustible para Chimenea.

This blog entry was posted by Kate Tarasenko.

Consumer article newly translated into Spanish: Seguridad en el Hogar ante Incendios (Fire Safety for the Home)

December 4th, 2015

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 talks about the many important steps homeowners can take to prevent and protect their families from a house fire:  Seguridad en el Hogar ante Incendios.

This blog entry was posted by Kate Tarasenko.

New inspection article: Pool & Spa Inspection Checklist Sample

November 23rd, 2015

InterNACHI staff recently performed a sample inspection of a pool and spa that serve several residents of a large multi-condominium building.  Follow along so that you can develop your own inspection protocol in offering your own Pool & Spa Inspections:  Pool & Spa Inspection Checklist Sample.

This blog entry was posted by Kate Tarasenko.

New inspection article: Inspecting Roof Panel Sheathing

November 19th, 2015

For inspectors who perform New Construction Inspections and monitor roof replacement (due to age or failure because of high winds), read our latest article about the proper materials and fastening techniques needed for installing roof panel sheathing:  Inspecting Roof Panel Sheathing.

This blog entry was posted by Kate Tarasenko.

New consumer article sponsored by The Home Depot: Check on Your HVAC Systems (Before They Check Out on You)

November 16th, 2015

In partnership with The Home Depot, InterNACHI is pleased to present an article for consumers about the things they can do to maintain their HVAC units to improve their home’s comfort and increase their unit’s energy efficiency.  Home inspectors can post this new article on their website:  Check on Your HVAC Systems (Before They Check Out on You).

This blog entry was posted by Kate Tarasenko.

New inspection article: Vapor Diffusion Retarder Inspection

October 30th, 2015

Vapor diffusion retarders are critical components in making sure homes don’t suffer from moisture-related problems, including mold growth and rotting of structural members.  Read InterNACHI Founder Nick Gromicko and Director of Education Ben Gromicko’s latest article:  Vapor Diffusion Retarder Inspection.

This blog entry was posted by Kate Tarasenko.

Consumer article newly translated into Spanish: Fundamentos de los Préstamos FHA (FHA Loan Basics)

October 26th, 2015

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 ins and outs of FHA home loans:  Fundamentos de los Préstamos FHA.

This blog entry was posted by Kate Tarasenko.

New marketing article for inspectors: Why Your Home Inspection Business Needs a Logo

October 21st, 2015

Inspired by a recent post by InteNACHI’s graphic designer and illustrator Levi Nelson, we’re pleased to present this article for InterNACHI members who are overwhelmed, apathetic, skeptical or unconvinced about the value of what could be called the cornerstone of successful business marketing in Why Your Home Inspection Business Needs a Logo.

This blog entry was posted by Kate Tarasenko.

Consumer article newly translated into Spanish: Mejora de la Eficiencia Energética en Edificios Históricos (Enhancing Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings)

October 20th, 2015

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 many ways to improve the energy efficiency of historic homes and other structures:  Mejora de la Eficiencia Energética en Edificios.

This blog entry was posted by Kate Tarasenko.

New consumer article sponsored by The Home Depot: Roof and Drainage System Maintenance and Replacement

October 17th, 2015

In partnership with The Home Depot, InterNACHI is pleased to present an article for consumers on the issues surrounding the maintenance, repair and replacement of asphalt shingle roofs and their drainage systems.  Home inspectors can post this new article on their website:  Roof and Drainage System Maintenance and Replacement.

This blog entry was posted by Kate Tarasenko.

Inspection article newly translated into Spanish: Aspectos de una Casa Energéticamente Eficiente (Elements of an Energy-Efficient House)

October 6th, 2015

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 various qualities and features that make up an energy-efficient home:  Aspectos de una Casa Energéticamente Eficiente.

This blog entry was posted by Kate Tarasenko.

Inspection article newly translated into Spanish: Términos Eléctricos (Electrical Terms)‏

September 17th, 2015

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 explains some of the most common terms and concepts related to residential electrical inspections:  Términos Eléctricos.

This blog entry was posted by Kate Tarasenko.

Inspection article newly translated into Spanish: Paneles de Servicio Eléctrico (Electrical Service Panels)

September 13th, 2015

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 describes some of the more common problems encountered in the inspection of the electrical service panel at a home:  Paneles de Servicio Eléctrico.

This blog entry was posted by Kate Tarasenko.

New inspection article: Inspecting Residential Lot Drainage in Areas with Expansive Soils

August 24th, 2015

Expansive soils can create structural and even liability problems for homeowners and their properties when drainage provisions are absent or installed improperly.  Read Certified Master Inspector® Aaron Miller’s article reflecting his 40 years of on-the-job observations of the problems of building on expansive soils and what inspectors can do to assist their clients in this new article:  Inspecting Residential Lot Drainage in Areas with Expansive Soils.

This blog entry was posted by Kate Tarasenko.