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Home Inspection Checklist in Albuquerque: Assessing the Ductwork System

When searching for the perfect new home, it is unlikely that many home-shoppers put a high priority on ductwork. While a well-built wraparound porch may garner oohs and aahs, a properly functioning system of heating and cooling ducts is more prone to elicit a shoulder shrug. Simply put, ducts are one of the hundreds of […]

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How to Sell Your House in 2021

So, you’ve evaluated your finances, thought about your lifestyle, and made the big decision to sell your home. Maybe you’ve decided to downsize, or you’re moving out of the big city because you can now work remotely, or maybe you just want to live somewhere warmer and bought a house in Albuquerque or a condo […]

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Tips on Selling Your Home in 2021: Start with a Certified Pre-Owned Home Inspection in Albuquerque

  Thinking about listing your home in 2021? You’re not alone.   As we move deeper into the first quarter of the new year, all indications point to continued growth in the housing market, despite the pandemic and still higher than usual levels of uncertainty about the future.   What factors are fueling this optimism? […]

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Check Out this Home Inspection Checklist in Albuquerque of Installation Problems, Part 2

  In last week’s blog, we looked at problems found during a home inspection that are the result of improper installation (roof coverings, roof flashings, skylights, exterior siding, and electrical). We’ve decided to continue in this direction by highlighting a few other areas in which poor workmanship, makeshift repairs, and use of incorrect materials are […]

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Check Out this Home Inspection Checklist in Albuquerque of Installation Problems

  If you’re a fan of Sherlock Holmes mysteries by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, you’ll recognize the familiar scene in which the world-wise detective dazzles Dr. Watson by drawing amazing—and correct—conclusions based on a few simple observations. What’s elementary to him certainly isn’t elementary to his assistant, or even the sharpest of readers.   In […]

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Looking for a New Home? Take Notice of this Home Inspection Checklist in Albuquerque for Venting Problems.

  In today’s home inspection blog post, we’re going to take a few moments to vent…about vents.   Over more than 26 years of inspecting homes of all kinds—from newly constructed residences to structures built more than a century ago—the certified inspectors at A-Pro have seen it all when it comes to vents. While it […]

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A-Pro Winter Newsletter 2021

Moving Forward Together Welcome to our winter edition of From the Rafters. After the rollercoaster ride of 2020, I think it goes without saying that we’re all looking forward to better days ahead as home sales increase and we continue to excel for our clients. With everyone’s mind on safety, we thought it would be […]

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Preventing Slips, Trips, and Falls: Lifesaving Reasons to Hire a Home Inspector in Albuquerque Before You Buy

  For home-shoppers who are making a life-changing decision about whether or not to purchase a home, one of the most important reasons to hire a certified home inspector is to learn about hazards that may be lurking inside and out.   This includes reporting on everything from potentially fatal electrical shock and fire hazards […]

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Roof Trouble Spots: What Your Inspector Looks for on Five Types of Roofs

Savvy home-shoppers understand the importance of a well-built, properly maintained roof. These are the folks who aren’t shy about asking the tough questions when viewing a house: How old is the roof? Who installed it—a reputable company or your cousin who doesn’t know a shingle from Shinola? When was the last time it was inspected? […]

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Getting a Home Inspection? Make Sure the Exterior Siding Gets a Thorough Checkup

Back in the day, homeowners weren’t blessed with unlimited options when it came to house siding. You could pretty much choose from stone, brick, or wood—all solid, durable selections that are still in use, although they’re not nearly as popular as some of the latest alternatives. Aluminum ushered in the modern age of siding, becoming […]

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