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  • Home Insurance Tips For Fort Myers Homeowners

    Why You Need Homeowner’s Insurance The largest, single investment most consumers make is in their homes. The consumer can protect their home, possessions, and liability with a homeowner’s insurance policy. The homeowner’s insurance policy is a package policy that combines more than one type of insurance coverage in a single policy. There are four types […]

    What Really Matters In A Fort Myers Home Inspection

    Buying a home? The process can be stressful. A home inspection is supposed to give you peace of mind, but it often has the opposite effect. You will be asked to absorb a lot of information over a short time. This often includes a written report, checklist, photographs, environmental reports, and what the inspector himself […]

    15 Tools A Homeowner Should Own

    15 Tools Every Homeowner Should Own by Nick Gromicko and Rob London Standard plunger The following items are essential tools, but this list is by no means exhaustive. Feel free to ask an InterNACHI inspector during your next inspection about other tools that you might find useful. 1. Plunger A clogged sink or toilet is […]

    Inspect Your Fort Myers Home

    I was driving around Fort Myers the other day thinking to myself, “What a great place to work!”.  You just can’t beat sunny Southwest Florida. If you’re thinking of buying a home in Fort Myers be sure to have it professionally inspected. The benefits of a home inspection are many and the cost is minimal […]

    Central Air-Conditioning System Inspection

    by Nick Gromicko and Rob London     A building’s central air-conditioning system must be periodically inspected and maintained in order to function properly. While an annual inspection performed by a trained professional is recommended, homeowners can do a lot of the work themselves by following the tips offered in this guide.   Clean the […]

    The Importance of Attic Ventilation

    An attic is defined as the unconditioned space between the roof and the ceiling or walls of your home. In most homes with pitched roofs the attic is usually partially or fully accessible. Attics in homes with low sloped roofs may be inaccessible. One thing that is sometimes overlooked is the proper ventilation of an […]