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Just refinanced, now what?

    Blog > What to do with a freshly refinanced home?       It’s no secret that interest rates have reached a historic low. Although there is uncertainty in the air within different industries, the real estate industry is allowing qualified owners the chance to refinance at a lower rate. What does this mean? Refinancing can allow homeowners a variety of options some include: Reduced monthly payments Pay off the loan quicker Get rid of mortgage [...]

2020-03-18T22:49:00+00:00Mar 18, 2020|GreenWorks Inspections|0 Comments

Partners In Value INSULeer

  Blog > INSULeer, An Industry Leading Expert On The Integrated, Whole-building Design Process    Partners In Value: INSULeer Oxygen, a pivotal element for continuing life on this planet and Carbon Dioxide, a gas that is necessary, but can become poisonous if there is too much of it.  Why does this matter? Humans are the number one cause of greenhouse gases and Carbon Dioxide is a greenhouse gas. What’s so bad about greenhouse gases? Nothing, if sustained in [...]

2020-03-11T14:51:20+00:00Mar 11, 2020|GreenWorks Inspections|0 Comments

Partners In Value HSE

  Blog > Home Service Essentials, A Helpful Hand In Transferring Utilities Over To Your New Home   Partners In Value: Home Service Essentials We’ve all been there, we’ve either closed on our new home, or have signed a new lease but the stress of this successful transition doesn’t end there. On top of hiring movers or DIY-ing this part, you also have to spend a large amount of time on the phone transferring the services from your [...]

2020-03-05T22:00:44+00:00Mar 5, 2020|GreenWorks Inspections|0 Comments

The Top 5 Most Common Issues You Find In A Home Warranty Inspection

  Blog > The Top 5 Most Common Issues You Find In A Home Warranty Inspection The Top 5 Most Common Issues You Find In A Home Warranty Inspection     1. Bad Roof, Bad Roof, Bad Roof, BAD ROOF! Whether you got your money’s worth or not, trying to fix or “improve” your own roof WILL end up costing you more in the long run. If you are not a professional roofer, it’s best to find one. [...]

2020-02-25T20:46:18+00:00Feb 19, 2020|GreenWorks Inspections|1 Comment

Can a Home Inspection be Performed in the Rain?

You’ve made an offer on a home and scheduled your inspection, only to discover that the weatherman is calling for rain.  You may consider rescheduling (if that is even an option)!  But, think again, spotting roof leaks & other areas of water intrusion, grading & draina... Blog > Can a Home Inspection be Performed in the Rain? Can a Home Inspection be Performed in the Rain? You’ve made an offer on a home and scheduled your inspection, only [...]

2019-09-09T08:44:17+00:00Jan 15, 2019|GreenWorks Inspections|1 Comment

Commercial Building Inspections, Types and Benefits

A commercial building inspection, usually performed for a business owner, landlord, lender, property manager and even tenants.  The inspection provides critical knowledge regarding the current, physical condition of a property.  From the foundation to the roof, environ... Blog > Commercial Building Inspections, Types and Benefits Commercial Building Inspections, Types and Benefits A commercial building inspection, usually performed for a business owner, landlord, lender, property manager and even tenants. The inspection provides critical knowledge regarding the current, physical condition of a property. [...]

2019-09-09T08:47:39+00:00Dec 5, 2018|GreenWorks Inspections|0 Comments

What Exactly is a Backflow Device and Why Does it Need to be Tested?

Backflow devices are required to be installed for any home or building with a fire or irrigation system.  These systems have the potential to hold stagnant, bacteria contaminated, water.  Backflow devices contain a valve that prevents those contaminants from flowing in... Blog > What Exactly is a Backflow Device and Why Does it Need to be Tested? What Exactly is a Backflow Device and Why Does it Need to be Tested? Backflow devices are required to be installed for [...]

2019-12-02T08:40:56+00:00Nov 10, 2018|GreenWorks Inspections|0 Comments

Importance of Proper Attic Ventilation

You may be wondering why it is important to ventilate the attic, a non-living space. Well, there are two main reasons to share with you, along with the different types of attic vents and how they work. During the winter, a properly ventilated attic will act as a buffer... Blog > Importance of Proper Attic Ventilation Importance of Proper Attic Ventilation You may be wondering why it is important to ventilate the attic, a non-living space. Well, there [...]

2019-09-09T08:53:58+00:00Oct 12, 2018|GreenWorks Inspections|0 Comments

Is Your Electric Panel a Potential Fire Risk?

You’ve made an offer on a home and scheduled your inspection, only to discover that the weatherman is calling for rain.  You may consider rescheduling (if that is even an option)!  But, think again, spotting roof leaks & other areas of water intrusion, grading & draina... Blog > Is Your Electric Panel a Potential Fire Risk? Is Your Electric Panel a Potential Fire Risk? If you are one of millions of Americans owning a Federal Pacific panel, you’ll want [...]

2019-12-02T08:22:12+00:00Sep 14, 2018|GreenWorks Inspections|0 Comments

City Building Inspector vs. GreenWorks Inspector

You’ve made an offer on a home and scheduled your inspection, only to discover that the weatherman is calling for rain.  You may consider rescheduling (if that is even an option)!  But, think again, spotting roof leaks & other areas of water intrusion, grading & draina... Blog > City Building Inspector vs. GreenWorks Inspector City Building Inspector vs. GreenWorks Inspector Some new construction home buyers have been asking, “Why should I hire a home inspector if the city inspector will [...]

2019-09-09T08:46:16+00:00Aug 8, 2018|GreenWorks Inspections|0 Comments