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Selling or Buying a Home? Check Out this Home Inspection Exterior Door Problem Checklist

In past blog posts, we’ve taken a close look at interior and garage doors. Today, we open up a conversation about some of the issues home inspectors find when examining and operating exterior doors—a critical checkup in terms of safety, comfort, and energy efficiency. As with our recent discussion of inspecting windows, exterior doors can […]

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Mice, Raccoons, Bats, and Squirrels: A Home Inspection Checklist

It only takes a few minutes of browsing on social media to discover videos of acrobatic squirrels and other furry creatures doing all manner of adorable activities, like swatting at bubbles, taking a sudsy bath, or scampering around in doll’s clothes. Funny stuff for sure. But to any homeowner who has had to repair a […]

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A-Pro Pre-Owned Home Inspection Q and A

Thinking about a Pre-Listing Home Inspection? Here Are Answers to Three Common Questions. In this unprecedented low-inventory housing market, the team at A-Pro Home Inspection has seen more and more home sellers taking a proactive approach by having our inspectors perform a Certified Pre-Owned Home Inspection. This pre-listing inspection provides a number of proven advantages […]

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Why Buyers Should Not Skip A Home Inspection

Home Inspection Checklist: Problems Homebuyers Miss without a Home Inspection Despite all the warnings and more horror stories than we could mention in one blog post, there are still individuals who decide not to have a home inspection before purchasing a house—likely the biggest investment they will ever make. These people often fall into two […]

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Three More Reasons to Encourage Your Sellers to Get a Pre-Listing Inspection with A-Pro

More Competitive Bids: For many sellers, a bidder who has waived the home inspection is looked upon more favorably—even if the offer is less than competing bids. Imagine if buyers didn’t have to consider the home inspection contingency clause when bidding on a listing? By having a pre-listing inspection done, buyers can give their best […]

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A-Pro Spring Newsletter 2021

Home Inspections Still Critical in a Seller’s Market Welcome to our spring edition of From the Rafters. As crocuses, daffodils, and hyacinths begin to pop up as fast as eager buyers in this current seller’s market, we hope that business is blooming in your area as well. At A-Pro, we’re seeing promising signs as the […]

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Rust Never Sleeps, So Stay Alert: Corrosion Home Inspection Checklist in Tacoma

For professional home inspectors, “corrosion” is a word that often ends up written inside the pages of a home inspection report—especially when checking out older properties in which components haven’t been repaired or replaced for years. But what does corrosion mean? Is it the same thing as “rust”? And when should you be concerned if […]

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Drone Roof Inspection Tacoma Washington

▶ Drone Roof Inspection Tacoma Washington A-Pro takes Home Inspections to new Heights! With the use of drones, licensed aviator Jon Teabo an expert Home Inspector in Tacoma, WA. Teabo is one of the best home inspectors in the area to use drone technology to inspect roofs. This drone roof inspection technology has many advantages […]

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Sick of Wheezing and Sneezing? Ask Your Home Inspector in Tacoma About Indoor Allergen Sampling

Many homeowners who take great pride in how immaculate they keep their homes may be shocked to learn the level of pollution that exists inside. For those who are sensitive to allergens, this can be a big problem. The presence of animal dander, pollen, household cleaners, mold and mildew, dust mites, cockroaches, and other sources […]

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A-Pro Covid-19 Campaign

Home Inspection Companies Adapt to Changing Realities in the Time of COVID-19 As the COVID-19 outbreak began to spread around the world and throughout the United States, all types of service industries, particularly those accustomed to dealing directly with the public, were faced with a challenge: Find ways to quickly adapt or find themselves unprepared […]

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