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This picture shows "KNAUF-TIAN" printed on the back of some drywall in an attic I was in.  This is one of the destructive products called "Chinese Drywall"


Here you'll see aluminum wire branch circuits in the right side of a FPE Stab-Loc panel.  You can see the four aluminum circuits between several copper circuits.


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Wednesday, October 17, 2007

what will be posted on this blog,
My name is Nick and I'm the owner/operator of Florida Home Inspectors Inc.  In this blog I will be providing the reader with as much info as I can...when I can.  I will be primarily addressing pitfalls in the inspection industry and things to look out for....maybe even before signing the contract!  I will try to help the average home buyer whittle down the prospective houses to make everyone's job a bit easier. I will give lists of good questions to ask and what year/s of houses require more precise/deliberate questions.  I will be addressing such things as Mold, Aluminum wiring, wood frame vs. block structures, roof age, and even my take on what insurance companies look for when binding a new policy on an old house. In fact when I get this website developing down I'll most likely change this from a blog to a FAQ page...will have to see about that.

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Florida Home Inspectors Inc. is located in Brevard county and is a full service inspection company.  Nick McClellan is the owner/operator and performs all the inspections.  Services include: Building Contractor (state certified commercial/residential), wind mitigation inspection,  inspections for buyers looking at a home (real estate inspection/home inspection), inspections for sellers trying to make their home more marketable (pre-sale inspection), and 4 point and wind mitigation inspections for insurance purposes for those who already own their home but the insurance company needs a 4pt. and/or wind mitigation to bind a new policy or to update an older one.

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