A home is a very big purchase in your life and one of the most important things you can do before you buy your new home. It can be difficult to find a qualified home inspector. You will want to make sure to do your homework before paying for a home inspection. Here are some tips to help you get on the right track and finding the right home inspector.
Ask for opinions.
Ask your friends and your real estate agent who they recommend who have had an inspection recently. You can also ask the inspector for references. Word of mouth is always a great way to find a reliable professional.
Check with your lender
Some lenders or loan types require a certain type of inspection. You will want to make sure your inspector qualifies and you obtain the necessary type of inspection.
Ask what the inspection covers
No two home inspections are the same so you will want to be sure to know what you are paying for. Ask questions like:
Ask for a resume or background questions
If so, what are the requirements for membership? Entry should require more than just an application fee.
At the inspection
A home inspection is not only a time to find the potential pitfalls it can also be a time to learn about your new home. Make sure to attend the inspection yourself. Witnessing problems first-hand will give you a better grasp of the home.
Salt on popcorn, as a seasoning, or even to melt ice but did you know there are many other unexpected ways to use salt around the house? Salt is something you will want to stock up on when you see how many great uses there are.
Here are some unexpected household uses for salt:
Salt will help get out fruit stains. Rub salt on the while still wet, and put it in the wash.
Mildew spots can be removed by rubbing salt in some buttermilk, apply it to the stain and then let dry in the sun.
Wine spills can be absorbed by salt. Pour salt on the spot immediately.
Remove heat rings from your furniture by applying a paste of salt and olive oil. Let sit for about an hour and then wipe with a soft cloth.
Kill unwanted weeds by pouring boiling salt water over them.
Freshen those smelly sneakers by sprinkling their insides with salt. Wait 24 hours for the salt to absorb the odor, and then shake them out.
Dry out dirty, muddy footprints from your carpet by sprinkling salt on carpet before vacuuming.
Can you think of any other great uses for salt? Please share.
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