Carbon monoxide (CO) is a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas that forms from incomplete combustion of fuels, such as natural or liquefied petroleum gas, oil, wood or coal.
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Electrical panels are boxes that house circuit breakers, which are are safety devices that stop the electrical current if it exceeds the safe level for some portion of the home electrical system.
Crawlspaces are host to a large number of conditions that may harm the house or inspectors. Never enter a crawlspace without proper personal protective equipment.
There are a number of things homeowners should do and know before getting a home inspection:
Get involved with your home inspection: While it’s not required that you attend the inspection, you should be there with your home inspector to discuss expectations and findings. VEES Home Inspections encourages both Buyer and realtor attend the last hour of the inspection.
You might be asking yourself: I found a house that I’m interested in buying and am wondering what the purpose of a home inspection is and if I need to get one done.