Winter weather means more time living indoors – working, playing, relaxing and staying warm. It’s important to keep your home fresh by staying ahead of the continual buildup of dirt, dust and allergens. The following are some key areas to tackle for a comfortable and efficient home.
Washing away dirt and water marks from your windows and screens gives you a clear view of the outdoors and lets in more natural light. It will also make your home feel lighter and brighter, keeping cabin fever at bay. And to help maintain a controlled climate inside the home, prevent air from leaking in or escaping by using weatherstripping or caulk around your windows. You’ll stay cozy inside and save money on your energy bill.
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Smart homeowners take a strategic approach to home improvement projects such as redoing a playroom, living room or bedroom to keep kids’ safety in mind during the redesign process.
By being proactive today, you can ensure your entire family can safely enjoy the results of your home improvement project. Here are the top five things to keep in mind to create a stunning yet safe space for your family: Continue reading “Home improvement insight: 5 tips to redesign with kids’ safety in mind”
Many cities in the U.S. experience the winter chill with temperatures below freezing and snow fall. But cold weather isn’t exclusively a northern phenomenon as the majority of the country experiences extreme temperatures at some point during the winter months. Remember in January 2014 when all 50 states logged below-freezing temperatures on the same day?
Cold weather can wreak havoc on your home and your comfort if you are not well prepared. That’s why it’s important to prepare your home for winter and take extra precautions for when the temperatures drop, no matter where you live. Continue reading “8 tips to prep your home for extreme winter weather”
Ready to tackle your next home remodeling project and showcase your Do-It-Yourself (DIY) skills? Or maybe you’re an aspiring DIYer, hoping to channel your creative spirit and try your hand at the next home improvement project? Now is the time to get started.
According to experts from the National Association of Home Builders, the amount of money homeowners spend on remodeling projects is predicted to grow nearly 5 percent in 2018. Some of these dollars will be spent on large comprehensive rebuilds and others will be spent on smaller fix-it-up projects. No matter the spend, it’s a good bet much of this money will go to fund DIYers in their home improvement efforts, and many of them will be taking on projects for the first time. Continue reading “5 DIY projects that will reinvent your bathroom in a weekend”
Milford, OH – For over 25 years, HomeTeam Inspection Service has been providing fast, trusted and accurate home inspection services throughout the United States, and is proud to debut its newest location in East Denver, CO.
Owner Tim Burns has always enjoyed working in construction. He built his home from the ground up in 1975 and served in the United States Air Force from 1971-1975 as well as serving in the Air National Guard from 1988-1993. Tim has owned and operated 2 Western Sizzlin Steak Houses (from 1977-1994). After this he was in the construction and remodeling industry spending time as a Millwright at DIA from 1994-1996. From 1996-2015 he was employed as a District Sales Manager at US Foods. One of the most interesting jobs he has ever had was managing a mid-size farm in the swamps of Georgia with 250 acres of tomatoes. Tim always wanted to get into an industry that offered an opportunity to be around construction without having to do the heavy lifting the job required and Home Inspections seemed to fit perfectly. Continue reading “HomeTeam Inspection Service Opens Newest Location in East Denver, CO”
Milford, Ohio January 11, 2018 – HomeTeam Inspection Service was recently ranked as a top franchise concept in Entrepreneur magazine’s Franchise 500®, the world’s first, best and most comprehensive franchise ranking. Placement in the Franchise 500® is a highly sought-after honor in the franchise industry.
Recognized as an invaluable resource for potential franchisees, the Franchise 500® ranks HomeTeam Inspection Service as #126 for its outstanding performance in areas including unit growth, financial strength and stability, and brand power. Continue reading “HomeTeam Inspection Service Ranked As Top Franchise in Entrepreneur’s Annual Franchise 500®”
HomeTeam Inspection Service raises the bar in a competitive industry
For Paul Spires—founder of HomeTeam Inspection Service—the idea to introduce a team of inspectors onsite came from his desire to provide a more thorough home inspection and relieve a common problem he heard about within the real estate industry: the length of time it took to get an inspection.
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For most people, buying a home is one of the largest investments they will make in their lifetime. Such a major decision should not be made without care and deserved due diligence. Carrying out a home inspection prior to purchase is a prudent decision that will ensure buyers have complete information. A standard home inspection will typically include a review of a home’s roofing, structural integrity, exterior and interior components, electrical and plumbing systems, and heating and cooling systems. Below, we’ve prepared a tidy infographic to help you understand the typical home inspection process, the most common findings post-inspection, and additional services that are usually available as add-ons for a variable fee, from pest and mold to swimming pool examination. Continue reading “What to Expect from a Home Inspection”
Milford, OH – For over 25 years, HomeTeam Inspection Service has been providing fast, trusted and accurate home inspection services throughout the United States, and is pleased to announce its newest location in Northwest New Jersey, serving Budd Lake and the surrounding areas.
Owner Larry McEntee has spent the last 30 years leading corporate sales teams in the technology industry and is on the Board of Directors of the Morrs ARC, which serves individuals with developmental disabilities and their families. A former volunteer firefighter who has served three terms on the Board of Education and on the board of NJ Autism, Larry is no stranger to serving others, which led him to choose the home inspection industry. Continue reading “HomeTeam Inspection Service Expanding to Northwest, NJ”