Inspection, Final Walk Thru and Lay Back in Your New Hammock!

NOT—Some folks believe that a  home inspection during the purchase process ensures that they will have very little work to do on their new home. While home inspections are very important and hopefully, with a good qualified inspector, they will reduce any significant problems that you may initially encounter, they are not full proof. In most cases intrusive inspections into the home’s walls, structure and even mechanics is not allowed by sellers. There are a few exceptions to that, but not often. Besides, homes are very complex structures, which are subjected, over time, to a number of forces which invariably change their condition. Freezing and thawing, rain and run off, wear and tear on mechanical systems not to mention the constant use by the occupants such as opening and shutting of windows and doors, over time takes their toll on the house. It is a good idea for every homeowner to be constantly vigilant for those changes. I have included on my website, this week, an article from Rismedia entitled “Is Your Home Ready for Spring?” with a great check list of things to be done at this time of year. My web site is Mnhomesbydave.com. Thanks for reading. Dave

David Feerhusen

David Feerhusen

Broker/Realtor, CDPE, GRI, CRB
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