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Fall and winter home inspection

Why Fall and Winter Are Great Times for Home Inspections

Fall is in full swing in Georgia, and winter is not far off. We all know that house closings can be scheduled at anytime and they certainly won’t care what the weather is like outside. If you’re in the process of buying or selling a home, you don’t have to let cold weather put your […]

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Home Inspection Schedule

What If I Can’t Attend My Home Inspection?

Your offer was accepted and you just signed a contract to purchase your beautiful new Georgia home! Your next step is to order a home inspection, which can be a stress-inducing part of the home-buying process because it must be performed in 10-14 days. Now, you have less than two weeks to find a time […]

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Valuable Resources for New Homeowners

Congratulations to you, a new homeowner in Atlanta, GA! Your new home passed the inspection, you made it through the closing process, and you’re ready to move in! However, if you’ve been renting for some time before purchasing your home, your handyman skills might be a little rusty. Suddenly, you don’t have a landlord to […]

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Harmful Effects of Mold

4 Harmful Side Effects of Prolonged Mold Exposure

If you are considering purchasing a home, you may want to consider scheduling a mold inspection. The benefits of investing in this service far outweigh the negative side effects of living in a house filled with mold. This nasty fungus can exacerbate certain medical conditions and also cause sinus problems, respiratory issues, and skin rashes. […]

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Commercial Building Inspections

What to Expect from Your Commercial Property Inspection

Whether you’re buying, selling, renting, or leasing a commercial space, getting the building checked out by a qualified property inspector before signing the contract can help you determine if there are any major problems with it. Without the experienced eye of an authorized property inspector, many problems could be overlooked. Phil and the entire Protech […]

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Why Get a Pool Inspection?

When you started looking for your dream home, was a pool or spa part of that equation? Did you find the perfect kitchen layout, master bedroom, and bonus areas? If you found your perfect home and found out it included a pool or spa, you need to do more than say, “Oh, okay, great!” A pool […]

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The Value of Radon Testing

When you’re purchasing a home, you can feel like the expenses add up fast. You have to have cash on hand for things like earnest money, the home inspection, and a down payment (to mention a few). Many people opt out of a radon test, trying to save some money and time in the process. […]

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6 Tips for Atlanta Home Buyers

Buying a house is a big deal. You want to make a wise decision, but you often have to act fast in order to get the house you want. At ProTech Home & Property Inspections, Inc., Phil, Joyce, and the rest of our team have helped a number of home buyers in their journey to […]

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What is Radon Testing?

In addition to our premier home inspection services, our team at ProTech Home & Property Inspections, Inc. offers a number of specialized services—including radon testing. However, what we’ve found as we talk with home buyers and owners is that while most people understand the value of a home inspection, they don’t realize that radon testing […]

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How to Know if a Home Has Termites

Many Georgia homebuyers fear the presence of termites in potential new homes—and rightly so. Termites can cause significant damage that you can’t see, so you want to know whether a property shows signs of these pests. But just how can you know whether the property has termites or termite damage? Let Phil, Joyce, and our team at ProTech Home […]

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