5 High-Tech Devices You’ll Want in Your Home

High Tech Devices

It’s impossible to deny that technology is amazing. It seems like every day we are being introduced to new high-tech devices that are designed to make our lives easier. As a homeowner how can you decide which gadgets are beneficial and which are just fancy toys? The huge array of options can be overwhelming. To help you keep up, we’ve looked through the latest high tech home devices on the market and identified five of them that are extremely useful.

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What are the Symptoms of Mold Exposure?

symptoms of mold

Mold can grow any place there is moisture, meaning the likelihood that you and your family have been exposed to mold is higher than you might think [1]. Unfortunately, mold exposure can lead to a variety of health problems, ranging from just irritating, such as sniffling and sneezing, to severe chronic lung illnesses. Even more unfortunate is the fact that many people do not realize they are suffering from mold exposure.

To help you determine whether or not you have been exposed to mold, look through this list of the most common signs of mold exposure.

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Do you think your home is affecting your health?

Do you think your home is affecting your health?

Hayward Score will help you find out. Your answers to the survey will help us understand the important characteristics of your home and how you live in your home. From there we will generate a detailed report that will help you understand your indoor air quality and how you can improve your air and your health!

4 Crucial Reasons to Get a Home Inspection

Home inspections are a common part of buying a new home. However, a lot of buyers find themselves tempted to overlook this process, because they either want to speed up the process of getting into their new property, or they simply want to cut costs.

While home inspections might not seem like much of a big deal at first glance, they can help to protect you from making a purchase that’s going to come back to haunt you in the not-so-distant future. The last thing you want is to move into your new property with our friends over at Bellhops Moving Chicago and find a number of problems you weren’t aware of when you signed on the dotted line. Here are just four reasons why everyone should consider a home inspection.

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Signs that Termites are Invading Your Home

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Often referred to as “silent destroyers,” termites cause more than $5 billion in property damage every year [1]. Unfortunately, most standard homeowners’ insurance policies do not cover these costs, because the damages could have been prevented with regular home maintenance. This leads to a huge question. If termites are able to do so much damage without drawing attention to themselves, how are you supposed to stop them?

To help you, we’ve created a list of signs that termites are invading your home. We’ve also provided a list of tips to help you ward them off.

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A Warning Checklist for Buying a Home

Buying a home

A Warning Checklist for Buying a Home

Buying a home is always exciting. This is true whether you are a first-time homebuyer or you have bought and sold multiple properties in the past. Of course, this will almost certainly be the most expensive purchase you’ll ever make. Thus, there are numerous things you must do and consider before finalizing your purchase.

Before you go any further, you’ll want to hire a qualified company like Domicile Consulting to perform a complete home inspection. Although they aren’t always required, a home inspection gives you the best opportunity to identify and address any potential issues, both large and small, a home may have before you close on it. To help make this process easier for you, we’ve compiled a warning checklist for buying a home. Continue Reading

War on Radon and What You Need to Know

War on Radon and What You Need to Know

By Carolyn Koke, Spruce Environmental Technologies, Inc. | WorkingRe.com

Lung cancer is the leading cancer killer in both men and women. According to American Lung Association, American Cancer Society, and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, an estimated 158,040 American citizens will die from lung cancer this year—more than colorectal, breast and prostate cancers combined. Continue Reading