FAQ – Do I need to attend the home inspection?

We are often asked the question, “Do I need to attend the home inspection?” So, we decided to have Peter, one of our home inspectors to give you the answer via video. If you have more questions, please email julie.kessler@abuyerschoice.com or call her at, 303-884-3770 “We don’t work all the time, but we do work anytime.” Need to schedule a …

Introducing our Video Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

We’re so excited! I am Julie, from A Buyer’s Choice Home Inspection – Lone Tree, and I am excited to announce our new YouTube Channel, A Buyer’s Choice Home Inspection – Lone Tree, (http://bit.ly/HomeInspection-LoneTree) And the launching of our Video Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs). Check back often to see our Video FAQs from our wonderful inspectors: Dave, Peter, Cody, and …

Avoid Common Electrical Hazards in the Home

If properly installed and maintained the electrical systems in the home are designed to provide and carry electricity safely throughout the home. Here are basic steps to prevent unsafe electrical situations in your home that could cause serious concerns. Avoid Overloading – Overloading an electrical circuit by plugging in too many electrical items draws more electricity through the system than …

Carbon Monoxide Detectors Save Lives

Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a tasteless, odorless gas that can cause serious illness and even death with high rates of exposure. Fuel-burning appliances such as water heaters, oil furnaces, fireplaces and gas ranges, could lead to a carbon monoxide leak or build-up. Houses with attached garages are also at risk because cars produce Carbon Monoxide. CO mixes with the air …