Simple ways to use less energy in the home

A lot of people don't realize how easy it can be to use less energy in the home. With just a few simple adjustments you can save a lot of money. Here are a few simple ways this can be done: Instead of using an air conditioner, which uses a lot of energy, try...

Bed Bugs….. An unhappy reality

In recent years Bed Bugs, have become an epidemic. Their hard to see, love to travel and not so easy to eliminate, so what do we know about these pesky invaders, and what can we do about them? Although bed bugs are found in mattresses, they are by no means limited to...

Anti-Scald Valves

Anti Scald Valves are very important safety features. Water burns make up a lot of emergency room visits each year. In terms of installation, the process is largely simple and actually cheap. Whilst requiring a cold water feed, the modern models can be installed in...

Low-Cost Alternatives to Remodelling

Realtors usually prescribe the following renovations as they will most likely yield profit greater than their cost: Fix up instead of replacing. Refinishing a cabinet is cheaper than replacing it. Re-glaze bath tubs and sinks to prolong usage and save the cost of...

Bat Infestations – Health Concerns

Bats in the attic can be a common issue to find on a home inspection, but bats can present a danger to health. This is because of the diseases that they can carry. As a main example, rabies is the biggest problem with bats in the United States. In terms of all the...

Lightning Rods and Your Home

Lightning Rods -Designed to guide electricity away from the home, protection systems can be useful. Typically, they will attempt to direct electricity to a non-conducting part of a structure. If you are unsure, be sure to contact a lightning rod professional and...

Missing Air Intake

Often times on a home inspection a home will have a high efficiency heating unit, like the one in the picture to the left. But in that picture we see something that is often missing - the air intake. High efficiency heating units have a separate pipe that takes in...

Copper Piping

Do you have copper piping in your home? Then you are in good company. The majority of Americans have copper pipes, regardless of the age of your home. For decades copper piping has been used for water supply lines in the home, and for a time it was popular for drain...

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What Every Home Buyer in the Louisville Area Should Know

Find out what every home buyer in Louisville should know when purchasing their home.

Don't miss these critical and important issues that could plague you for years.

The difference in knowing could be the home of your dreams, or a money pit...

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