Jack Werner believes strongly that you should never quit learning. Besides informing buyers through inspections on the particular concerns of their homes, he wants you to know more and has provided the information below.
Every A TO Z INSPECTOR has passed the national test (approximately half of all Oklahoma Inspectors have not passed any national test). We teach home inspectors at the college level.
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What do home inspectors look for and why you need and inspection whether you are buying or selling a building or house.
Discover how your pool system works and how to tell the tools from the toys.
This literature is for information purposes only and is the property of the Department of Environmental Quality in Oklahoma. It is provided as a courtesy to home buyers on this website by A to Z Inspections.
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What ADA compliance can best be explained by those who need it.
Bathroom vents should vent warm moist air to the exterior.
What does it mean a certified aging in place specialist?
Learn about CSST and what you might want to do if it is present.
Old electric service panels may be fine but learn what the brands are that you should be concerned about and why they could be a problem.
What does it mean to have a Housing and Urban Development inspection?
Potential health effects and resources
It's usually the largest moving component of your house with hidden dangers.
What is a plumbing vent?
Does it need to be replaced?
Why you may want or not want a salt-water pool is often answered by what is best for your family.
What kind of problems can occur with slab ductwork?
If you need to replace your tank which kind should you choose and other tips.
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