We wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and prosperous New Year.
Chris D. Hilton, Home/Building Inspector
Pam Hilton, Broker, Coldwell Banker Triad, Realtors
|Yes Virgina, there was a Santa Claus|
|This is me in today's economy! Not quite yet.|
|Great deck licker!|
|This is not my deck|
|Hum - - Thinking about licking my deck.|
|STOP Licking your DECK!|
I was working with this client and we looked at a house that listed 4 bedrooms. One of the bedrooms was in the basement. This room had a closet and a bathroom. This room did not have a window or an extra door (I thought that a below surface or even an attic that has been finished had to have an extra way out for safety reasons.) My client ask me when a home inspection is done would the inspector advise on the basement bedrooms? I told my client that I did not know but I would ask an Inspector. So, when a home inspection is done do you look at the rooms that has been label extra bedrooms with details with regards in an extra way out (like a window that a person could fit into get out? or an extra door in the bedroom) Would this fall into home inspection warning? to the client in regards to safety.
|Door to Harry's Bedroom?|
|Now this is a WINDOW!|
|Jackie Kennedy's bedroom 1962|
|Bye, see you next time!|