Atlanta Home Inspector Provides Avondale Estates Home Inspection 30002

Dated: 05/10/2015

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Summer is the best time to have a home inspection. It is the best time to assess your home to see whether repairs are needed. It is the best time of the year to know if your home is still a safe dwelling place for you and your family.


To make sure that everything is covered, have it inspected from top to bottom. First, inspect the roof and gutter to see if there are parts that needs replacing. Indoors, you can check the attic insulation if it needs any work. You'll also need to make sure that the appliances are working well, the electrical wiring is safe, the plumbing system doesn't have any leaks, moisture isn't building up at the walls, and the doors and windows can be locked and unlocked safely. Don't forget to have your basement checked. Is the humidity inside alright? Have your surroundings checked as well; the garage, garden, and the gate.


Preparing to inspect your home during the summer will not only save your time, it will also save your pocket. Don't wait for the colder seasons to come, and then realize that you will not be that comfortable inside your own home. It's only wise to have your home inspected during the summer in order to keep you and your family safe and secured in your own home.



If you'll need a home inspection, hire someone who will not waste your time and money. To have a safe and secured dwelling, you need to hire a good professional home inspector that is very thorough. Someone who's attention to detail is worth the price. David Lelak is a home inspector who walks on the roof and doesn't mind going inside crawling spaces to give you a quality home inspection. Let's hear it from a client of IHI Home Inspections...


Client Feedback;

"As a closing attorney, I hear many stories about home inspectors, both good and bad. In my personal experience, I had only one prior inspection, which was bad. That inspector was not thorough and I feel that we wasted our money. In THIS case, after using IHI, I now know what a GREAT inspector is like! I followed along and was amazed at how thorough he was and was very impressed at the attention to detail. I have already recommended David to several friends & clients!" - Bo Wagner


If you are in need of a real thorough Home Inspection, call 404-788-2581 today visit Atlanta Home Inspector - IHI Home Inspections on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Atlantahomeinspector


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Bonnie Lelak

Experience with regular home sales, short sales, foreclosures, HUD homes, no down payment program homes, investors who flip homes or buy rentals, commercial properties, land sales, lake front properti....

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