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Get a Pre-Purchase Plumbing Home Inspection in New Braunfels Before You End Up All Wet

When in the market to purchase a home, a quality-installed and properly functioning plumbing system should rank at the top of your must-haves. It’s no secret that water, whether rushing or dripping, can be a home’s worst enemy. Be sure to hire a home inspector in New Braunfels with the experience and training to identify […]

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Home Maintenance Inspections: Your Weapon Against Costly Surprises

You take your car in for regular oil changes and winter checkups. You wouldn’t think about skipping your six-month teeth cleaning appointment. You may not enjoy your annual doctor’s physical (who does?), but it’s always circled on the calendar and you attend it religiously. But what about your house? Doesn’t it deserve the same regular […]

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Kitchen Home Inspection Checklist Part 2 Ovens, Ranges, and GFCIs

In last week’s home inspection checklist blog post, we began our exploration of the kitchen—one of the most well-used and problematic spots in a home. After covering plumbing, the kitchen exhaust system, and the dishwasher, today we’ll be addressing what your inspector will be looking out for when assessing the oven, range, and ground fault […]

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Before You Buy, It Pays to Have Your Air Conditioning Inspected

A-Pro Cooling System Inspection in New Braunfels Congratulations, you’ve found the perfect home! Or so you might think. When the temperature soars into the 90s in the middle of August, will your air conditioner keep you perfectly cool and comfortable? It’s important to have your home inspected by a licensed and certified professional with experience […]

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Kitchen Home Inspection Checklist: Part 1

Statistically, the kitchen is one of the most used rooms in a home. In a typical house—especially one with a couple of teenagers—you can expect a steady parade of hungry snackers opening and closing the fridge; a dishwasher cleaning dirty plates; an oven, range, and microwave performing their morning, noon, and evening functions; and a […]

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Composite Wood Siding: A Home Inspection Checklist

In recent blog posts, we’ve discussed the importance of never waiving a home inspection—a critical mistake many homebuyers are making to gain a supposed advantage over competing bidders in this sellers’ market. What may seem like a savvy move to secure the property at an “as is” price, in many cases, has proved to be […]

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Home Inspection Checklist: Caulking and Sealing in New Braunfels

In last week’s blog post, we began our series on plumbing fixtures by looking at toilets and some of the problems inspectors find when checking on these essential parts of a home. When writing about bathtubs for today’s article, we decided to change course a bit by focusing on an aspect of a tub inspection […]

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6 Benefits of a Pre-Listing Home Inspection in New Braunfels

A lot of work goes into preparing a home for sale, from basic property improvements to making sure every room looks perfect for upcoming open houses and home tours. However, there’s one big step many sellers overlook: a pre-listing home inspection. Typically sellers wait until a potential buyer makes an offer on their home, and […]

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Home Inspection Checklist in New Braunfels: Gurgling, Bubbling, Leaks, and Other Toilet Issues

If you’re in the process of traipsing from listing to listing in search of the perfect new home, the team at A-Pro Home Inspection New Braunfels encourages you to put quality plumbing high on your list of essential items. We also urge you to hire a home inspection provider experienced in identifying current defects and […]

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Home Inspection Checklist in New Braunfels: Water in the Basement

In last week’s blog, we addressed damage to structures that result from the freeze-thaw cycle. That’s the process of water getting into porous materials (brick, concrete, etc.), freezing, thawing, and freezing again. Today, as spring rapidly approaches, we look at what happens to water when the freezing stops and warmer temperatures leave homeowners with the […]

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