Inspection photography…

I take so many photos of each house that I wonder why I didn’t get into photography in school? Not that my pictures are any works of art or even very good, but I have had Clients ask for the cover photo before. Do you have photos of your home? I suggest you go around with your digital camera and photograph your valuables. Take some of your interior and exterior. If you have a disaster, your insurance company will appreciate your diligence AND they may get you a payment faster. After you take the photos, save them to a SD card or a flash drive and keep it in a safe/secure/fireproof place.

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New Safety Focused Inspection “SAFE@Home” from Alltech

If you have ever found yourself in the middle of a homeownership crisis, a fire, a burglary or a gas leak you will appreciate the new SAFE@Home inspection from Alltech Inspection in Georgia.  It takes about 1 hour for our experienced inspectors to complete but it could save your life. We perform an inspection of the following safety items and give you a written report of our findings.

Security – Window & Door Fasteners and Locks, Security System Contacts.
Appliances – Appliance safety and CPSC recalls.
Fire – Leak Detection for All Gas Appliances, Smoke Detectors, Fire Extinguisher.
Electric – Panel Check, GFCI & AFCI Check.

The complete cost is minimal, around $150 but the peace of mind is priceless!

Find out more or schedule one for your home at http://www.alltechinspections.com/safe.html

Buying a home? Dont forget to plan for the repairs.

 Buying a home is great. Owning a home is a lot of work! If you buy an older home (10 – 15 years old plan for $500 – 5000 per year. Younger homes (2 – 10 years old) will range from $100 – 1000. Replace a water heater and you can spend around  $600 – 1000, and a new furnace can run upwards of $8000 or more. Why am I telling you this? Because most home buyers do not plan for these expenses. And most home warranties and ALL home owners insurances do not cover aged equipment.