Thinking of Building a Home in 2022? Consider the New Home Construction Phase Program

As builders and aspiring homeowners know, 2021 was a challenging year for new residential construction projects. Supply chain problems, labor shortages, rising material costs (particularly with lumber), and other factors saddled the industry with significant burdens that stretched production timelines and caused budgets to balloon. What will 2022 look like in terms of new home […]

A-Pro Newsletter Winter 2022

Let’s Make it a Great 2022! As we bid farewell to 2021, all of us at A-Pro are looking forward to promising news in the real estate industry. What will the New Year bring us? Depending on who you talk to, expert forecasts for housing in 2022 range from very encouraging to so-so. Being glass-half-full […]

5 Reasons to be Thankful for Home Inspectors

In this time of giving thanks, the team at A-Pro Home Inspections would like to wish our friends in the real estate community and the homebuyers and sellers we serve all the blessings of the season. As we gather around holiday tables to reflect on the past year, the folks at A-Pro are profoundly grateful […]

Home Inspection Checklist: Fire Hazards Part 3

In our previous two blog posts on fire-related issues that may be discovered by a home inspector, we looked at indoor electrical system red flags (lack of GFCIs, overuse of extension cords, outdated wiring); service drop concerns (inadequate clearance, dangerous disconnections); and garage defects (lack of a fire-rated door between an attached garage and living […]

Home Inspection Checklist: Fire Hazards Part 2

In last week’s blog post, we looked at some of the electrical-related fire hazards that are most frequently discovered during home inspections. Today, we’ll be digging a little bit deeper on the topic, expanding our examination to include more electrical-type dangers as well as other areas/systems in the home where the threat of a fire […]