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Your Home Inspector Found Mold…Now What?

While the housing market has cooled down a bit, many people are still buying and selling homes. An important part of that process for both parties is the home inspection, which can uncover mold issues that you didn’t realize exist.  Why should you care?  Breathing mold can cause respiratory issues, especially for those with compromised …

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Avoid Disaster Caused by Severe Winter Weather

The weather we experienced at the end of 2022 was epic. And while it was referred to as a “once in a generation storm,” we all know that that isn’t true. If you managed to dodge issues this time around, it doesn’t mean that the next storm won’t wreak havoc. With that in mind, here …

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Maintain – Or Increase – Your Home’s Value

We are hearing quite a few conflicting messages on the future of the housing market. Will home values decrease with higher mortgage rates? Will the low inventory artificially keep prices higher? Are we going to see a housing crash in the next few years?  Our crystal ball is on the fritz, but there are some …

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Let’s Go on Vacation!

It’s that time of year where we get ready to travel to see family and friends. More people are expected to travel this year than the last few when COVID kept many of us homebound. As you are getting ready, buying plane tickets, and making fun plans, don’t forget to prepare your home for your …

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Unusual – But Real – Ways a House Fire Can Start

Fire hazards are all over your home, so just keep in mind what you are doing and make some small adjustments to avoid a fire. 
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Get Your Home Ready for Fall

While Atlanta winters may be milder than those experienced “up north,” it is still important to do some routine maintenance around your home to prepare for the cooler temperatures. Some of these tasks will also help prevent water damage, fires, and mold growth as well. From top to bottom, here’s what we recommend.  Trim Tree …

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