Dunmovin Home Inspection 30144 Provided By Atlanta Home Inspector

Dated: 04/28/2015

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Do you know that the average rain per year in the US is 37 inches? However, Kennesaw, GA is getting about 51 inches per year. Out of 360 days a year, 220 days are mostly sunny in this area. Although the summer is hot and humid, there is never a dry season.


Keeping that in mind, climate change affects every home in the country specially Kennesaw. The lush green Kennesaw, GA is beautiful, but homes here are not always safe from minor and major problems. As you observe this video, you'll see that some of the common problems are molds and deteriorated concrete. Since Kennesaw is getting more rain than the average, it's just wise to make your house water-proof to prolong its life. The windows, chimneys, and any other opening in your house should be properly covered. If your house isn't properly taken cared of and climate-change-proof, it will deteriorate earlier. A deteriorated house isn't a quality place to live in as it is not fulfilling the very purpose why you have a home, which is for a secured and safe dwelling. You guess it, you'll never know whether your home that you love for years have more problems, that is potential for an unsafe dwelling, if the home inspector you've hired isn't as keen and observant as you expect he would be.



For a quality home inspection, it is only appropriate to hire someone who is very professional with his craft who wants to provide you with the best service that you deserve. David Lelak with IHI home inspections offers a quality home inspection service. He likes to be detailed and thorough. So, it wouldn't be a surprise to see him walk on the roof or go to the crawl spaces just to examine every corner of your home. Not all home inspectors do that. He checks every room and every detail in and outside your home for any flaws or hazardous damage. Any issues found are recorded and discussed so you'll know what exactly needs to be done to keep your home safe for your family to live in. With this kind of service given by the Atlanta home inspector, David Lelak, you'll learn how to deal with climate change and how to prolong the life of your home so you'll continue to have a safe and secured dwelling.


Client Feedback;

"We live far away and the friendly staff helped us feel as if we lived right there. They were so helpful, offering to do the inspection right away. The final product was obtained in such an effecient and friendly way and delivered with such ease and depth. Thank you so much!" - Knettuno


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