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Pool Inspections

The Value of a Pool Inspection

If you’re looking to purchase a home in Georgia that includes a water feature, it’s important that you get it inspected along with the rest of the home. A pool is a great feature that often adds value to a home but, if it’s not in good condition, it can quickly become a money pit […]

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Foundation and Structure Inpspections

The Value of a Foundation and Structure Inspection

When purchasing a new home, you want someone thorough, honest, and unbiased on your side to make sure you’re making a sound investment. One of the scariest things a future homeowner can hear is that a home has foundational issues; however, the problems can be anywhere from cosmetic to devastating, and Phil and the entire […]

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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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3 Reasons to Invest in a Mold Inspection

Many Atlanta-area home buyers are tempted to rush the home-inspection process and skip mold testing in order to keep the transaction moving forward. However, by cutting this specialty home inspection, you could be missing important information in your home-buying process. Here are three reasons why Phil, Joyce, and the team at ProTech Home & Property […]

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The Value of a Commercial Property Inspection

Many business owners are tempted to forego the commercial property inspection in order to speed the real estate transaction along or to be an incentive to sellers. However, Phil, Joyce, and the team at ProTech Home & Property Inspection, Inc. recommend that you always opt for the building inspection, and here’s why. 1. Protect your […]

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Common Questions about Radon Testing

Whether you’re a homebuyer, seller, or just a curious person, you may wonder why a radon inspection is important. Unfortunately, far too many people opt out of this specialty home inspection. To help fix that, Phil, Joyce, and the entire team at ProTech Home & Property Inspections, Inc. want to give you an overview on […]

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How to Hire a Building Inspector

Are you a first-time homebuyer in the Atlanta, Georgia area? Or maybe you’re a business owner who is considering investing in a commercial property? Whether you’re a new homebuyer or seasoned real-estate pro, you do not want to skip the all-important building inspection. You also want to make sure you hire an inspector who is […]

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3 Reasons Sellers Should Have a Home Inspection

With so many properties on the market in Georgia, home inspection services are essential to anyone looking to buy a home. Professional home inspectors let buyers know potential problems with the house before making a formal commitment to ownership. However, home inspections are not exclusive to buyers. If you’re deciding to sell your house, ProTech […]

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The Importance of Scheduling a Building Inspector

Have you found the perfect place to call home in Atlanta? Or, perhaps you’re considering purchasing a commercial space for your business. Before officially closing the deal, first schedule an inspection with ProTech Home & Property Inspections, Inc. Our professional inspectors will give you a detailed picture of the property you’re interested in, allowing you […]

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How to Clean Your Dryer Ducts

Are you selling your house in Atlanta? Before listing your house on the market, it’s a good idea to hire a home inspector. The last thing you want is a deal to fall through because a buyer discovers major issues with your property.

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