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Sellers Have Different View on Home Inspections

Facts about Home Inspections in Georgia! As a “buyer beware” state, sellers in Georgia aren’t required to provide a home inspection. In fact, a home can sell “as is,” though that doesn’t mean the seller is free of all liability from material defects. In Georgia, home buyers have the responsibility and will pay to have […]
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Is Your Home Built Like a Brick House?

Brick House Atlanta Real Estate Continuing Education Classes Will Tackle Age Old Questions! Just because your home exterior is brick house doesn’t mean it’s exceptionally sturdy. Listen to Champia Real Estate Inspection Atlanta Rick Farber explain just what that means. To find out what upcoming continuing education classes are scheduled at Champia, or to register for a […]
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Home Inspector Asks: What is a Bonding Jumper?

Tip of The Day from an Atlanta Home Inspector! Joe Niehuser, an inspector with Champia Real Estate Inspections, asks the question in the Tip of the Day. Joe is a certified inspector with the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) and a residential ICC code certified inspector. For those of you who don’t know, Joe explains […]
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What Role Does a Triangle Play for Your Roof?

Atlanta Home Inspector Talks About Triangle Roof and Trusses! Champia Real Estate Inspections Atlanta staff members continue to educate themselves throughout the year. Just a few days after a “boot camp” for schedulers, it was time for inspectors to sit down for a lesson and know more about triangle roof inspection.Vince Tidwell, an ICC & […]
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Phase One Environmental Testing: Part Two

What is Included in a Champia Phase I ESA? At Champia Home Inspections Atlanta and Environmental Testing, our Phase I ESA includes a walk-through assessment (interior and exterior) of the property, a review of state and local regulatory databases, current and past use of the property and land around it, and recognized environmental conditions (REC), […]
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The Importance of Mold Testing

Americans spend most of their time indoors – at home, in school, at work. It is therefore vital that the typical indoor environment be a safe and non-toxic place, free from contaminants that could endanger the health and well-being of the people who live, study and work there.That why must need to be mold testing at their […]
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How can you help your home pass inspection?

You’re selling your home and having an open house. Would you leave dirty dishes in the sink or clothes on the floor? Of course not! That’s what a home pass inspection, inspector sees when you leave your gutters clogged, faucets dripping, HVAC filters dirty, and a moldy substance on your shower tiles. Not only does […]
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