This is something I just recently found out since I’ve been working with home inspections but the detectors actually expire. It’s recommended to REPLACE smoke alarms every 10 years and carbon monoxide alarms every 5-7 years.
That gave me the idea while I was out with Brett one day, to see what actually happens during a home inspection, to write about the places I decided not to follow along. I realized that not only did I not go in these places during my home tour, but some of them, I still haven’t ventured to today or hired anyone else to look at because they’re the out-of-sight, out-of-mind locations that normally only get visited once there’s an issue.
Buyers will up-size. Boutique, townhouses and technology will win out. Outdoor space and home offices will become a hot commodity. Construction prices will rise The