Property Inspections

Top 10 Common Issues Found During Property Inspections

Certainly! Here are the top 10 common issues found during property inspections and some suggestions on how to address them: 1. Structural Issues: When it comes to property inspections, one of the crucial areas that demand thorough attention is the property’s structural integrity. Structural issues can significantly impact a home’s safety, stability, and long-term value. […]

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Electrical Inspection

Electrical Inspections, Commercial Versus Residential

Home inspections typically follow a standardized process to inspect the electrical system in a home. Here are the general steps involved: Visual Examination: The inspector will start by visually examining the electrical system. Next, they will look for any visible issues, such as exposed wiring, damaged electrical panels, outdated or faulty fixtures, and signs of […]

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Danger Carbon Monoxide

What Is Carbon Monoxide And Why Is It So Deadly?

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless gas composed of one carbon atom and one oxygen atom. Its formation occurs by the incomplete combustion of carbon-containing substances, such as gasoline, natural gas, coal, or wood. CO is highly toxic and can be harmful or even fatal when inhaled. Carbon monoxide has a strong […]

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Commercial Inspections

The Difference Between Residential And Commercial Inspections

Welcome to the Delmarva Building Inspections blog! In today’s post, we will explore the intriguing world of property inspections by comparing residential and commercial inspections. Whether you are a business owner looking for a new space or a homeowner planning to buy or sell a house, understanding the differences between these two types of inspections […]

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Sewer line inspection

Protect Your Property With Professional Sewer Line Inspection In Delaware

Wastewater Treatment Is Subject To Regulatory Standards The treated wastewater is subject to regulatory standards set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control (DNREC) to protect water quality and human health. In addition, some industries must pre-treat their wastewater to remove certain pollutants before it […]

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Termite inspection

A Termite Inspection Will Protect Your Home Mayhem

What Areas Of The United States Can Termites Be Found? Termites can be found in most areas of the United States, but they are more common in warmer and more humid regions. The southeastern states, including Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Maryland, Delaware, and Texas, are particularly prone to termite infestations. […]

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Radon Levels

What You DON’T Know About Radon Testing Could Hurt You

Why Do So Few People Know About Radon Testing? Radon has received increased attention in recent years, but it is still not widely known among the general public. This may be because radon is odorless and invisible. People must be aware of its presence in their homes or workplaces. Radon does not cause immediate symptoms […]

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Asbestos removal

Everything You Need To Know About Asbestos Exposure And More

We Recommend An Asbestos Inspector Assesses Your Home If your home was built before the 1980s, there is a possibility that it contains asbestos in certain building materials. Asbestos can be found in insulation, roofing shingles, floor tiles, and some types of adhesives. If the asbestos-containing materials are undisturbed and in good condition, they are […]

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Thermal Imaging

All You Need To Know About Thermal Imaging For Your Home Or Business

The Benefits Of Thermal Imaging For Home Inspections Thermal imaging, also known as thermography, is a powerful tool transforming how home and building inspections get completed. They can identify issues that may not be visible to the naked eye. Here are some benefits of using thermography during home inspections: Detection of energy loss: Thermal imaging […]

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Lead Based Paint Inspection And Testing

Protect Your Family By Recognizing The Dangers Of Lead Based Paint

The U.S. Government Began Regulating Lead Based Paint In 1971 Lead based paint has been used for thousands of years, but no one discovered its toxic effects on human health until much later. In the early 20th century, it became more widely used in homes and other buildings, especially after the introduction of mass-produced paints […]

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