I just wanted to go over a few things about how we will be doing business as we loosen up the controls over Covid-19. As of June 15th, Enbridge has allowed us to do Energy Audits again and I’ve decided to open for home inspection at the same time. But some things have changed. Obviously, we can't operate in the same way that we did before so there are going to be a few changes. First, I'll talk a little bit about Home Inspection service changes, booking and the whole process.
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Radon In Your Home
Hi Steve for GoldEye Home Inspection here again and I'm going to dig a little deeper into radon. Radon is a radioactive gas it's colorless odorless and it's an emerging issue in homes. Recent studies have shown that it's the second leading cause of lung cancer behind smoking so it's very important to know about
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What's Next For Your Home?
Finished your home inspection? Find out what's next for your home.
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How-to solve ice dam problems on your roof
Hi again Steve from GoldEye Home Inspection here and I am continuing the discussion  that I started in previous video on ice dams. So we talked about the causes of  ice dams. Here are the things to look for to solve your ice dam problems.
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Energy Audits and The Canadian Homeowner
We are Canadian and proud of it, even when the outside temperature dips below -30 C. Fortunately we have a warm haven at the end of the day that we call home.
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Is There Asbestos In Your Home?
The use of asbestos sharply declined in the late 1970s when it became evident that asbestos posed a threat to human health and safety
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Can You House Hunt Like a Home Inspector? The Electrical System
In the introductory post of this series, “Can You House Hunt Like a Home Inspector?”, I talked about three levels of Inspection: 1) An inspection by a keen eyed House Hunter 2) A technical but still limited inspection by a Home Inspector and 3) A more detailed technical inspection by a licensed tradesperson.
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5 Ways You Can Build A Good Relationship with your Home
Most people don’t think of living in a home as “Having a Relationship”, but it really is. Think about it. What part of your life, other than your family, has as much impact on how you feel as the home you live in.
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Top 5 Wrong Questions Home Buyers ask Home Inspectors
A home inspection is a vital part of the home buying process that shouldn’t be glossed over or taken lightly. This is the best opportunity the buyer has to really go through the home with a fine-toothed comb to learn about what they’re buying. While the quick emotional decisions of a home purchase can be very stressful, the home inspection is a time to slow things down and think.
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How to House Hunt Like a Home Inspector - Insulation/Ventilation
The subjects of this post may be the systems of the home that have changed the most over the years, but are thought about the least by the occupants of the home- at least if the insulation and ventilation are doing their jobs
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