Whether you’re in the process of buying a house or you’re already a homeowner, you need to know the telltale signs that your home may have a mold issue. We at Wall 2 Wall Property Inspections of San Jose, CA want to help you tackle mold before it takes over, so check out these common signs […]
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Are you in the process of acquiring a commercial building? Whether you plan to lease or buy, get a full commercial building inspection from a licensed and reputable inspection company. You want to know what you’re getting into—or if you need to find another commercial space. At Wall 2 Wall Property Inspections, we provide each […]
Are you buying a home in the San Jose, CA area? Or are you a seller looking for a pre-listing home inspection? No matter which side of the residential real estate coin you’re on, you want to make sure you hire a professional, thorough home inspector. Your ability to make solid real-estate decisions depends on […]
If you’ve recently sold or purchased a home in California, you know that a form or two (or seven) mention the hazards of lead-based paint. Perhaps you even purchased a lead paint testing service prior to purchasing or listing the property. But have you ever wondered just why the presence of lead paint is concerning? […]
Buying a new house is a landmark purchase for first-time homeowners. With a decision that important, you should be informed of any issues with the property. Before signing on the dotted line on a house in San Jose, enlist the help of a local home inspection company.
Thousands of accidents happen each year at home. Knowing how to perform safety inspections and repairs yourself can save you time, money and possibly your life! In this presentation David Snavely, owner of Wall 2 Wall Property Inspections and a 7-year veteran firefighter, covers tips on: Fire extinguishers – the different types and how to […]
Keeping your house dry in all areas requires attention to detail and a maintenance schedule to keep up your home’s water defenses. Roofs, siding, flashing, skylights, windows and any penetration through them are potential avenues for water to enter your home. Gutters move water away from your foundation so that water doesn’t damage your foundation. […]