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First Time Homebuyer

Embracing Digital Reporting in Home Inspections

This article explores the transformative impact of digital reporting on the home inspection industry, highlighting its ability to enhance accuracy, efficiency, and client engagement. It delves into the advantages, key components, implementation strategies, best practices, and emerging trends in digital home inspection reporting.

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First Time Homebuyer

Banish the Bounce: Ultimate Guide to Solid Floors

This guide offers solutions for fixing bouncy and squeaky floors in homes, covering causes, repair strategies, preventative measures, professional advice, and real-life examples to enhance floor stability and silence.

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Titanic Sub Implosion

This article covers the operation of a typical submarine (in contrast to this sub) and possibilities for it’s unfortunate failure.

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Hello!  I’m Mike Powell, P.E., the founder of Red Flag Home Inspection, LLC and the creator of this website.  I am also a Professional Engineer and Forensic (failure) Scientist.  Thank you for taking the time to read this blog post.  We appreciate your time spent on this site and are always open to suggestions and ideas from our readers.  You can connect with us through our social media channels (FacebookInstagram, Youtube, Twitter, or Email me anytime. We would love to hear from you. 🙂

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Red Flag Home Inspection, LLC Blog is meant purely for educational, informational, or entertainment purposes and contains only general information about topics relating to Home Inspection or Maintenance.  The content contained is not to be construed as directed advice or instructional, and should be treated as such.  The information on this website is provided “as-is” without any representations or warranties, express or implied.  Red Flag Home Inspection, LLC makes no representations or warranties in relation to the information on this website. You must not rely upon the information contained on this website as an alternative to advisement from professionals in the various covered fields.  Further, if you experience any of the cited conditions of failure or possible failure, it is advisable to contact the topic professional of your choosing to determine its impact, if any, and any required resolutions or mitigations.  The material of this site is not to be used by any commercial or personal entity without expressed written permission of the site author.

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FTC Disclosure The FTC requires bloggers to disclose whenever there is a financial interest or bias related to a recommendation or when a blogger’s opinion may be financially motivated in any way. I always want to be transparent and honest with my readers and how I make money from this website, so I will always disclose this information.  I receive no income from these writings, and look forward to the day when I have to disclose otherwise.

Affiliate Links The FTC also requires disclosure about any affiliate links. I specifically note at the bottom of a blog post when affiliate links are present. This means that I will earn a small commission from the company if you decide to purchase the product linked to.  Again, nothing to report but please email inspection@redflaghomeinspection.com to inquire about paying us for links!