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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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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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How to Prepare for a Home Inspector

How to Prepare for a Home Inspection

If you’re expecting a home inspector to show up at your doorstep in the coming weeks, it’s a good idea to start preparing your home now. Getting ready for a home inspection helps to prevent future problems and surprises down the road. It’s also a great idea to prepare your home so the inspection goes […]

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5 FAQs about Home Inspections

The home-buying or home-selling process can be fraught with questions, so why should the home inspection be any different? Our team at ProTech Home & Property Inspections, Inc. does its best to help answer your inspection questions so you can have peace of mind as you move forward with your real-estate decisions. Here are a […]

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4 Tips for Hiring a Home Inspector

Whether you’re a new homebuyer or a seasoned house-buying expert, you always want to protect yourself and your investment with a quality home inspection. However, finding a reliable inspector is often more challenging than you might like. While we’d love to say “just come to us,” we know you need to do your due diligence. […]

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5 Questions to Ask Your Home Inspector

Are you a first-time homebuyer? Are you new to the Atlanta, GA area? Be sure to ask any potential inspector each of these important questions so you can move forward with hiring an inspector and with making your real estate decisions with confidence. Don’t stay silent! Ask your questions, and get your answers.

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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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Signs of a Quality Home Inspector

Are you an Atlanta home buyer looking for a home inspector? Do you know how to choose a home inspector who is qualified and can help you walk through the home-buying process? ProTech Home & Property Inspections, Inc. gives four factors to help you determine whether a home inspector can do the job.

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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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