Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Wounded Warrior Project Dec – Donation

Just made the December Wounded Warrior Project Donation – You Should Too

Wounded Warrior Project

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Tuesday, December 08, 2015

Thank You – Keri Danielson

Thanks to Keri Danielson for the Home Inspection referral –

Richmond Home Inspection

 

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Sunday, December 06, 2015

Your Home May Be Trying To Kill You

Cause of Deaths in the U.S.

Home inspectors are often asked by their clients if they should have their home tested for radon. Real-world loss-of-life comparisons help consumers decide about whether or not they should test. If you are worried about shark attacks, getting trampled by cows, or terrorism, you should be worried sick about radon. These statistics help put things in their proper perspective so that your clients can decide if they want a radon test or not.   InterNACHI

From the table below

 21,000 
 Lung Cancer from Radon Gas  U.S. EPA
 
 DEATHS PER YEAR
Number
Cause
Source
 611,105
 Heart Disease
 Centers for Disease Control (2015)
 584,881
 All Cancers
 Centers for Disease Control (2015)
 160,000
 Smoking
 American Cancer Society (2004)
 88,000
 Alcohol Use
 Centers for Disease Control (2015)
 51,783
 Colon Cancer
 Centers for Disease Control (2015)
 40,290
 Breast Cancer
 National Cancer Institute (2015)
 41,149
 Suicide
 Centers for Disease Control (2014)
 32,719
 Motor Vehicle Accidents
 Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (2013)
 29,500
 Falls
 National Safety Council (2013)
 22,767
 Prescription Drug  Overdoses
 National Institute on Drug Abuse (2013)
 21,840
 Leukemia
 U.S. EPA (2010)
 21,530
 Lymphoma
 U.S. EPA (2010)
 21,000 
 Lung Cancer from Radon Gas
 U.S. EPA
16,121
 Homicides
 Centers for Disease Control (2013)
 14,775
 Illegal Drug Overdoses
 National Institute on Drug Abuse (2013)
 13,712
 AIDS
 Centers for Disease Control (2012)
11,208
 Firearm Homicides
 Centers for Disease Control (2013)
 8,257
 Heroin Overdoses
 National Institute on Drug Abuse (2013)
 4,944
 Cocaine Overdoses
 National Institute on Drug Abuse (2013)
 3,880
 Drowning
 Centers for Disease Control (avg. 2005-2009)
 3,005
 Fires
 U.S. Fire Administration (2011)
 3,000
 Secondhand Smoke
 U.S. EPA
 2,500
 Choking
 National Safety Council (2009)
 1,690
 Thyroid Cancer
 U.S. EPA (2010)
 630
 Bicycle Accidents
 National Safety Council (2009)
 618
 Excessive Heat
 Centers for Disease Control (avg. 1999-2010)
606
 Firearm Accidents
 Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence (2010)
 376
 ATV Accidents
 National Safety Council (2009)
 300
 Ladder Falls
 International Association of Certified Home  Inspectors
170
 Carbon Monoxide
 Consumer Product Safety Commission
 104
 Wind (including tornadoes)
 National Oceanic and Atmospheric  Administration  (2012)
 100
 Scalding Tap Water
 Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public  Health  (2013)
 100
 Bee
 Boston Children’s Hospital
 72
 Terrorist Attacks
 FBI (avg. 1970-2015)
 26
 Lightning
 National Oceanic and Atmospheric  Administration  (2014)
 20
 Dangerous Cows
 Centers for Disease Control (2009)
 15
 Falling Icicles
 Death in Society Research Foundation
 12
 High School and College  Football Injuries
 National Center for Catastrophic Sports Injury  Research (2013)
 2
 Vending Machines Accidents
 U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
 1
 Shark Attacks
 Mother Nature Network (2012)
 0
 Marijuana Overdoses
 Numerous sources
 0
 Nuclear Power Plant Leaks
 Numerous sources
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Wednesday, December 02, 2015

Way to go Richmond #3 - Travel and Leisure

Way to go Richmond


Travel and Leisure Magazine picked Richmond as the #3 travel destination for 2016.


Richmond makes the list

"Virginia’s capital, with its Civil War monuments, distinctive architecture, and intriguing galleries, has started to draw a cosmopolitan crowd. For an ideal weekend trip, start by checking in to the new Quirk Hotel, in a former department store. Then tour nearby Jackson Ward, a beautiful neighborhood that was once the epicenter of Richmond’s black culture, and roam the many restaurants and galleries of Broad Street on foot or on a hotel bicycle. Make time to take in the architecture of Monument Avenue and shop in Carytown for labels like A.P.C. and Herschel at Need Supply Co. Some of the best restaurants in town are in the Church Hill neighborhood: try the gastropub fare at Dutch & Co. or the Southern poutine at The Roosevelt. Finally, stock up on vegan baked goods at WPA or wood-fired traditional breads at Sub Rosa before tackling a bike ride along the 52-mile-long Virginia Capital Trail. Reward yourself afterward with a craft beer at the Hardywood Park brewery.  —Sara Ruffin Costello"

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Thursday, November 05, 2015

Coming Soon - Refresh of Website

Working on a new version of the web site..

Hope you will like it.

I hope to cut over to the new site in the next week..

Current Site

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Thursday, October 01, 2015

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Sunday, September 27, 2015

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Home Owner - This is Dangerous

If your water heater is missing a Temperature Pressure Relief (TPR) valve or drain tube you should address ASAP. 

Missing TPR valve

What is a temperature and pressure relief valve and what does it do?The temperature and pressure relief valve is installed in order to help relieve pressure from your water heater.  If your water heater gets too hot, steam and pressure can start to build up and if it isn’t let out there could be a potential explosion.  This valve helps to keep your family safe by reducing the pressure. It will typically discharge water when it reaches 150 psi or 210 degrees. If your valve has to go to work, this is a sign of an issue with your water heater that warrants an inspection and possible repair or replacement. 


This is what could happen - MythBusters did a segment on this topic... -- Very good watch






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Friday, September 11, 2015

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Sunday, September 06, 2015

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Friday, September 04, 2015

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Wednesday, September 02, 2015

Sunday, August 23, 2015

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Thursday, August 20, 2015

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Tuesday, August 18, 2015

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Monday, August 17, 2015

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Buy Your Home Back Guarantee Works!

InterNACHI honored its Guarantee and purchased the home back from the Kroush Family.  -- Play The Video 



Central Virginia Home Inspections participates in the We’ll Buy Your Home Back Guarantee from InterNACHI, The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. If anything is missed during the home inspection per the Standards of Practice (SOP), InterNACHI will buy the house back.
Yes the program really works! A home in Wichita, Kansas was bought back via the Buy Back Guarantee.

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If your participating inspector misses anything, we'll buy your home back. And now for the “fine print”:

  • Honored for 90 days after closing.
  • Valid for home inspections performed for home buyers by participating InterNACHI members.
  • We'll pay you whatever price you paid for the home.
  • Home must be listed with a licensed real estate agent.
  • Excludes homes with material defects not present at the time of the inspection, or not required to be inspected per InterNACHI's Residential Standards of Practice.
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Sunday, August 16, 2015

Thursday, August 13, 2015

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This is why you should hire qualified Home Inspectors !!!

Buyer beware: Dump truck sinks into homeowner’s septic tank




HOPEWELL, Va. (WRIC) — It was supposed to be their dream home but putting in a driveway at their Hopewell home, Ellis and Ashley Squire discovered something stinks, literally.
“They were sitting there for about 30 seconds and the whole truck just fell through the earth, ” says Ellis.
The work crew’s dump truck sunk into a septic tank the Squire’s had no idea they had.
“It was not disclosed in any of our paperwork,” says Ellis.
A check of their city water bill confirmed they were not hooked up to the city’s sewer system.
Now the Squires have a large, dangerous hole bubbling with waste in their backyard.
“It’s pretty nasty,” comments Ellis.
The stench is awful, neighbors can’t stomach to sit outside on their desk.
Neighbor Jim Paul  tells 8News, “It’s a bad situation and I feel sorry for them. They’re put in a financial bind that most people couldn’t recuperate from just buying a new house.”
The Squire’s say when they brought the home about a year ago, one told them it had a septic tank.
8News combed over the paperwork.
The home listing shows water is noted as “public.” Sewer/septic is left blank.
Yet, the home appraisal and home inspection report both list water and sewer as “public.”
This left the Squires to believe they were hooked up to the Hopewell sewer system.
8News also looked over the purchase agreement and found a clause that states if there is an on-site sewage system, the seller must provide a certificate.
The never happened.
Still, 8News has confirmed with Hopewell the home has had a septic tank since at least 2010.
“We’re at the point where now we have roughly 3 weeks before this has to be fixed or we have to move out here,” explains Ellis.
Hopewell has told the Squires they have to drain and plug the hole as well as tap into the Hopewell sewer system or the house will be condemned.
Fixing the mess is costly.
“We are looking at between $8,000 to $10,000  just to do that,” says Ellis.
The Squires don’t think it’s a bill they should have to pay.
But who is at fault? It’s a finger pointing game.
Experts in the industry tell 8News thank blank space next to “septic” on the house listing should have been a red flag to the Squire’s agent with ReMax and he should have asked about it.
Remax blames the listing agent Whittle & Roper for never disclosing the septic tank.
Other industry experts tell 8News the appraiser could be at fault for wrongly noting the home was on a public sewer system.
Whittle & Roper blames the seller.
An attorney for the seller says she never intentionally left out the information about the septic tank, she didn’t even think about it.
He says the home inspector provided wrong information on their report and he adds Whittle & Roper should never have left the septic section blank.
One thing everyone seems to agree on, it’s not the new homeowners fault. They were given bad information.
“Hopefully we can find someone willing to help up, just get justice. This is a first house, “ says Ellis.
There is a lesson for all home buyers here.
Don’t just assume the home you are looking at is hooked up to public water and sewer. There are a lot of homes in Central Virginia where that is not the case.
You can review property records for the home online. If the information is unclear, call public utilities and ask.
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Tuesday, August 11, 2015

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Tuesday, August 04, 2015

Do You Need Inside Curb Appeal - To Help Sell Your Home ?


So you spend time on the outside and your home looks good from the outside curb, what about the inside curb ?

If you have spent time on the inside paint, carpet, de-cluttering, furniture staging. What about simple items that will help convey fresh and new? Nest learning thermostat,
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Such as replacing your old outdated ugly thermostat with a new modern one, like updating your thermostat with a new modern one will convey that your home is updated and you take an interest in maintenance.

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Sunday, August 02, 2015

Never EVER ! - DEAD BOLTS !!

DEAD BOLTS - Never use a door dead bolt that is keyed on both sides. The reason is very simple, if a fire breaks out inside the house and the dead bolt key cannot be found, a person could be trapped in the house . Always use a dead bolt that can be open from the interior with a simple turn latch.

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Friday, July 31, 2015

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Are your electronics protected ? What is the difference ? (Surge Protector, Power Strip) ?

What you should Know about protecting your electronics!

Surge protectors are an inexpensive way to protect your gear against random power spikes and surges damage. They're not all the same. Here are a few tips before you start shopping.

With all of the electronics in the home today, it is essential to protect against power surges, spikes and brown outs. 

Lighting Strikes Home

But there are products that may not protect you equipment as expected. 

First, electronics devices are susceptible to any power surge or spiike, this is to say the if the voltage or current gets high enough it will damage the electronics connected.  The best way to reduce or eliminate the potential damage would be to use a UL rated Surge Protector. As an example, the Tripp-Lite AV810 
Surge
Trip-Lite AV810
can protect a variety of electronics included lighting strikes protection for Coax and Phone. This type of surge protector is rated in Joules that is to say the amount of energy the surge-protector will protect against.  The higher the number of joules the better... 


The next item is a Power-Bar or Power-Strip, This is not a surge protector
bar
woods Model # 0414068801 
 but rather a multi-plug outlet and offer almost zero projection against power surges or spikes, as an example the woods Model # 0414068801 
has 0 joules protection and only offers additional outlets to plugin additional equipment. If you are using a Power strip to protect your equipment, you may want to change these out to surge protectors instead. 

There is one last surge protector that you might want check out... A whole home surge protector.  This type of protection protects all outlets in the home.  An example is the Leviton Model #51120-3R, while this type of device might be initially expensive it will replace the need to individual surge protectors thought the home. 
Whole House
Leviton Model #51120-3R

The Inside Difference 


A generic power strip (left) offers far less voltage diversion and suppression than surge protectors like the Panamax SP8-AV (right). The Panamax also has widely spaced outlets that accommodate power adapters without blocking adjacent outlets. Its right-angle plug lets you move furniture closer to the wall. And it comes with a $50,000 connected-equipment warranty.

Bottom Line

There really is no reason not to get a surge protector. How much you need it will vary. If you live in an area with lots of thunderstorms, your gear is probably more likely to experience power surges. Even if you live in the desert, your A/C or refrigerator could kick power spikes back down the lines to your A/V gear.
Since most surge protectors are cheap, they're worth getting, just in case.
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Monday, July 27, 2015

The @internachi "We'll Buy Your Home Back" Guarantee -- is a great deal. https://t.co/HrOF0mTmxX


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Thursday, July 23, 2015

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Monday, July 20, 2015

RT @ljdavisrealtor: Written by a math teacher in terms easy to understand. 5 Reasons why Its Better to Own than Rent! http://t.co/u18lxK9q2r


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Sunday, July 19, 2015

RT @SMHOMEINSPECT: Gas Fireplace Recall: Hearth & Home Technologies Recalls Gas Fireplace due to Fire Risk http://t.co/isTTI9ux5Q #recall


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Thursday, July 16, 2015

Is Your House Trying To Kill You ?

Cause of Deaths in the U.S. 

Home inspectors are often asked by their clients if they should have their home tested for radon. Real-world loss-of-life comparisons help consumers decide about whether or not they should test. If you are worried about shark attacks, getting trampled by cows, or terrorism, you should be worried sick about radon. These statistics help put things in their proper perspective so that your clients can decide if they want a radon test or not.   InterNACHI

From the table below

 21,000 
 Lung Cancer from Radon Gas U.S. EPA

 DEATHS PER YEAR
Number
Cause
Source
 611,105 
 Heart Disease
 Centers for Disease Control (2015)
 584,881 
 All Cancers
 Centers for Disease Control (2015)
 160,000 
 Smoking
 American Cancer Society (2004)
 88,000 
 Alcohol Use
 Centers for Disease Control (2015)
 51,783 
 Colon Cancer
 Centers for Disease Control (2015)
 40,290 
 Breast Cancer
 National Cancer Institute (2015)
 41,149 
 Suicide
 Centers for Disease Control (2014)
 32,719 
 Motor Vehicle Accidents
 Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (2013)
 29,500 
 Falls
 National Safety Council (2013)
 22,767 
 Prescription Drug  Overdoses
 National Institute on Drug Abuse (2013)
 21,840 
 Leukemia
 U.S. EPA (2010)
 21,530 
 Lymphoma
 U.S. EPA (2010)
 21,000 
 Lung Cancer from Radon Gas
 U.S. EPA
16,121 
 Homicides
 Centers for Disease Control (2013)
 14,775 
 Illegal Drug Overdoses
 National Institute on Drug Abuse (2013)
 13,712 
 AIDS
 Centers for Disease Control (2012)
11,208 
 Firearm Homicides
 Centers for Disease Control (2013)
 8,257 
 Heroin Overdoses
 National Institute on Drug Abuse (2013)
 4,944 
 Cocaine Overdoses
 National Institute on Drug Abuse (2013)
 3,880 
 Drowning
 Centers for Disease Control (avg. 2005-2009)
 3,005 
 Fires
 U.S. Fire Administration (2011)
 3,000 
 Secondhand Smoke
 U.S. EPA
 2,500 
 Choking
 National Safety Council (2009)
 1,690 
 Thyroid Cancer
 U.S. EPA (2010)
 630 
 Bicycle Accidents
 National Safety Council (2009)
 618 
 Excessive Heat
 Centers for Disease Control (avg. 1999-2010)
606 
 Firearm Accidents
 Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence (2010)
 376 
 ATV Accidents
 National Safety Council (2009)
 300 
 Ladder Falls
 International Association of Certified Home  Inspectors
170 
 Carbon Monoxide
 Consumer Product Safety Commission
 104 
 Wind (including tornadoes)
 National Oceanic and Atmospheric  Administration  (2012)
 100 
 Scalding Tap Water
 Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public  Health  (2013)
 100 
 Bee
 Boston Children's Hospital
 72 
 Terrorist Attacks
 FBI (avg. 1970-2015)
 26 
 Lightning
 National Oceanic and Atmospheric  Administration  (2014)
 20 
 Dangerous Cows
 Centers for Disease Control (2009)
 15 
 Falling Icicles
 Death in Society Research Foundation
 12 
 High School and College  Football Injuries
 National Center for Catastrophic Sports Injury  Research (2013)
 2 
 Vending Machines Accidents
 U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
 1 
 Shark Attacks
 Mother Nature Network (2012)
 0 
 Marijuana Overdoses
 Numerous sources
 0 
 Nuclear Power Plant Leaks
 Numerous sources

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Sunday, July 12, 2015

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RVA Realtors - This Is For You

Virginia Real Estate Board Certifies InterNACHI as a Real Estate School.

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Virginia Real Estate Board certifies InterNACHI as a Real Estate Proprietary School (see below). Virginia-licensed real estate agents can attain free, online Continuing Education through InterNACHI by taking the following free, online courses (approved by Virginia):
Virginia info page Click Here

Click Here to start taking the free online courses.
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