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Crawlspace Safety

Crawlspaces are notorious for the nasty discoveries made there by homeowners, inspectors, and home remodelers, and it isn’t hard to figure out why; for one thing, their cool, dark environment attracts undesirable pests and can promote dangerous conditions. And since th... Blog > Crawlspace Safety Crawlspace Safety Crawlspaces are notorious for the nasty discoveries made there by homeowners, inspectors, and home remodelers, and it isn’t hard to figure out why; for one thing, their cool, dark environment attracts [...]

2019-09-09T08:48:37+00:00Apr 11, 2018|GreenWorks Inspections|0 Comments

CSST & Lightning; Are Your Lines Bonded and Grounded?

If your home uses natural gas and you haven’t heard of CSST, keep reading! CSST, corrugated stainless steel tubing, is a yellow flexible tubing with a smooth sheathing over the corrugation and is used to make gas connections in a home. It is not to be confused with a Blog > CSST & Lightning; Are Your Lines Bonded and Grounded? CSST & Lightning; Are Your Lines Bonded and Grounded?   If your home uses natural gas and you haven’t [...]

2019-09-09T08:49:37+00:00Mar 7, 2018|GreenWorks Inspections|0 Comments

Happy Homeowner Tips

So, you are getting cozy in your home and want to make it truly your own. There are several tips homeowners, new and old, need to be aware of when making a house a home: 1 – Know where to find your main water shut off. Broken pipes can spew gallons of water in second... Blog > Happy Homeowner Tips Happy Homeowner Tips   So, you are getting cozy in your home and want to make it truly your [...]

2019-09-09T08:50:26+00:00Feb 7, 2018|GreenWorks Inspections|0 Comments

The Truth Behind Knob and Tube Wiring

Knob and Tube wiring was primarily used in homes prior to 1950. The presence of knob and tube may not be obvious, but there are still many households using this antiquated wiring system today. While it is and older type of system, it can still function for certain r... Blog > The Truth Behind Knob and Tube Wiring The Truth Behind Knob and Tube Wiring Knob and Tube wiring was primarily used in homes prior to 1950. The presence of knob [...]

2019-09-09T08:55:53+00:00Jan 10, 2018|GreenWorks Inspections|0 Comments

The Benefits of Scheduling a Home Inspection

It is important to remember that your inspector is a third-party ally, offering an unbiased opinion regarding the overall, current condition of the home and its components. Blog > The Benefits of Scheduling a Home Inspection The Benefits of Scheduling a Home Inspection   What’s in it for you? Whether it’s your first purchase or you’ve been around the block, the excitement of buying a home can quickly become overwhelming when considering the condition of the property.   It is [...]

2019-09-09T08:54:55+00:00Dec 7, 2017|GreenWorks Inspections|0 Comments

The Infrared Difference

What does an infrared gun really do? Well… let me tell you! Infrared cameras are used to detect anomalies within the home. The gun uses a thermography camera to locate temperate differences behind the walls, affects you would not be able to detect with the naked eye... Blog > The Infrared Difference The Infrared Difference What does an infrared camera really do? Well…let me tell you! Infrared cameras are used to detect anomalies within the home. GreenWorks uses a thermography camera [...]

2019-09-09T08:55:25+00:00Nov 8, 2017|GreenWorks Inspections|0 Comments

Home Maintenance for the Fall Season

Caulking is one of those constant maintenance items that needs to be refreshed everyone to two years. Caulking in the fall will insure the doors and windows have a fresh seal keeping the heat where it belongs, inside the home. Blog > Home Maintenance for the Fall Season Home Maintenance for the Fall Season Fall is officially upon us! As we settle into our post summer routines, back to school, the start of football and a (hopefully) cooler weather pattern, [...]

2019-09-09T08:51:18+00:00Sep 1, 2017|GreenWorks Inspections|0 Comments