This easy-to-understand, straight-forward, approachable book, which is based upon important engineering concepts is intended to advance knowledge on the subject of shelter, one of man's basic needs. The reader can glean standardized information about the field of pre-purchase home inspections. This information will assist people in determining the condition of a home and in living a safer and happier life. The book includes a multitude of house plumbing, electrical, roofing, heating, foundation, and structural problems commonly encountered when scouring a home for potential purchase. Some building code and safety items have been presented as well. Many illustrations assist the reader to understand home inspection concepts. Additionally, it is THE guidebook for both professionals and novices alike, which serves to integrate the sound, relevant context of the issues oftentimes identified when purchasing a home. Practical Guide to Home Inspection will act as an invaluable resource to utilize when in the midst of the often challenging home buying process.7.3 DEMONSTRATION LIST WHEN GAS IS OFF If the gas is off, or if there is no gas available during the home inspection, ... One also could not demonstrate the following:  the gas-fired furnace(s) and heating (including the thermostat(s) foranbsp;...
|Title||:||Practical Guide to HOME INSPECTION|
|Author||:||Jeffrey Charloff, P.E., F.ASCE|
|Publisher||:||Sweet Rain Press - 2011-05-11|