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A Homeowner's Questions

Updated: Feb 11

Homeowners often share common concerns and questions regarding the maintenance of their homes. They often wonder:


  • "How do the various systems in my house operate?"

  • "What's the best way to maintain them?"

  • "How can I identify real problems?"

  • "What steps should I take to address them?"

This blog aims to address these questions comprehensively. It serves as a guide to understanding the systems and components of a typical house, their functionality, and maintenance requirements. Additionally, it sheds light on common household issues and provides insights into their correction.

Key residential building systems covered in this blog include:

  • Roofing

  • Exterior

  • Basement, foundation, crawlspace, and structure

  • Heating

  • Cooling

  • Plumbing

  • Electrical

  • Fireplace

  • Attic, insulation, and ventilation

  • Doors, windows, and interior

By delving into this blog, readers will gain an understanding of what's involved in a home inspection. It covers all systems and specific components within them that require inspection.

It's important to note that not every aspect is inspected during a home inspection, and not all defects may be discovered at that time. Some systems and components may be hidden or covered up, making them inaccessible during the inspection process.

While most homes do not have major defects, some do, which underscores the importance of a thorough home inspection. Through this blog, readers will learn to recognize common home problems, how to identify them, and the steps needed for effective repairs.

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