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10 Things a Home Inspection Doesn't Cover


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Pet Runs

Pets are great, but you've got to admit that pet dander in the draperies, the hair in the heating ducts and the scratches on the hardwood floor make them an expensive inconvenience when it comes time to sell. After noting that a home has or had pets, a house inspector will move on to the next item on his list. That simple statement won't take into account what it will cost to get the pet odor out of the carpet, repair the woodwork or regrow those dead spots in the lawn.


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