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I have over thirty years in the housing industry. I have held a Michigan State Builders License for almost thirty years and have been doing high quality home inspections for 20 years. Member of NAHI. Serving Michigan inspections only.

Services and Distinctions

Residential Home Inspections
Available 7 Days A Week
Foreclosure Bank Inspections
Structural Inspections
Moisture & Water Infiltration Testing
Radon Gas Testing Services
Insulation & Ventilation Issues
Drainage Issues
Well Water Testing
Complete Home Inspection Services
Pre-Purchase Inspections
Pre-Sale Home Inspection
Real Estate Purchase Inspections
Exterior Inspection
Pre-list Inspections
Roof Inspections
Interior Inspections
Kitchen And Bath Inspection
Interior / Basement / Crawl Space Inspection
Prompt Service
Ceilings & Floors Inspection
Dispute Resolution
Multifamily Inspection
Asbestos Testing
User Friendly Final Report With Summary

Contact Information

269.651.4422 269.625.2797 8am to 6pm
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This is NOT the way to lay valley shingles!
Q: Hey! Who put these boards in the way of my door track? What do these boards do anyway? A: They hold the roof up and keep the building from falling down when they aren't cut in two like this. This building WILL fall down!

An amateur put the casing on backwards/
This is what a proper step and counterflash job looks like!

If this tips out of position any more the floor will collapse!
The post and plate go under the splices. Plus, these splices are too close together. No wonder the beam is tipping out ready to fall over. Very dangerous!

This is how amateurs deal with step flashing. Wrong! is © Copyright Sudden Ventures, Inc (0.0301 secs on 07/20/17)