Accu-Check Home Inspection


Accu-Check Home Inspection
Accu-Check Home Inspection is listed in the Home Inspection Service category in Memphis, Tennessee. Displayed below are the social networks for Accu-Check Home Inspection which include a Facebook page, a Google Plus page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Accu-Check Home Inspection on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 76.

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Memphis, TN 38177
(901) 383-4333
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Another, "I have seen it all now" photo. This is of a temporary power pole that was left during construction and actually had the house built around it. People amaze and amuse me sometimes.

I have identified this as a possibility whenever I see an open sewer clean out pipe termination. For all of the realtors and buyers who cringed or twitched when I brought it up, here's the story.
A Texas family found 24 snakes in their house—one of which was in their toilet. Here's why snakes are a real concern for U.S. homeowners. The post Snakes in the Toilet? Welcome to the New Homeowner’s Nightmare appeared first on Real Estate News & Advice |®.

Circa 1920's sink trap. This one is the first one I have ever seen. After 20k residential inspections, that makes this one pretty rare.

Quietly going about my job and ran across this in a storage room. Wish I could have gotten a better shot, but this is a Black Widow spider. I am pretty empathetic to animals and wildlife. But ones that can kill are on my don't walk away from list. About 3 minutes later this one was no longer a threat to anyone. Keep in mind it was below freezing in an unheated vacant house. Spiders are not just a summer time threat.

I discovered a pretty large duct that was disconnected in a house only 14 years old yesterday. Imagine the amount of costly heated air that has been venting into the attic for years. All the more reason to have an HVAC guy visit your home at least once a year to review, clean and service your system. The cost of his service would have saved probably 15 times that amount in lost utility money in this case. You change the oil in your car don't you? Same thing.