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Top 5 Reasons to Choose Crossroads Engineers
5 The most highly recommended home inspector in Utah
4 Most widely published home inspector*
3 Home inspector since 1993
2 Certified meth decontamination specialist since 2009
1 Registered structural engineer
Oh – 1 more reason:
We actually want you there at the home inspection!
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Typical Single FamilyMost locations within Salt and Utah counties
Condos / HOASalt Lake and Utah Counties
4000+ sq ft
As per our bold claim to be the area’s most highly recommended inspector – and most widely published home inspector anywhere ever, here are our thoughts:
First, the words “you come highly recommended” happen a lot. Realtors who know, refer us. Family members do the same. It’s fun being in a business where everybody else toots your horn – so we don’t have to.
Now to the pubs thing: It might be a bit difficult to prove that we have more publications than someone else, because the definition of “publication” may vary. For example, is TV a publication? If so, then that Holmes guy may win the prize. Are the founders of Nachi.org and Ashi (home inspector certifying organizations) home inspectors? If so, they definitely win. The number publications done by NACHI is enormous and so very helpful to the entire world of home inspectors. NACHI is awesome but they’re probably too busy with their own business to consider themselves home inspectors.
So if the word “publications” means widely read articles, Garth might have the title. Garth has about 40 articles published on one of the world’s largest news web sites (KSL.com) with about a half million hits. If five books count, or if about a half dozen articles in major newspapers count, or if hundreds of podcasts and Youtube vids count, then we’re right there. If you or someone you know is more published than that, let us know. Then we’ll just lay claim to being the home inspector with the dirtiest socks – it’s all good.
A healthy lawn and smaller bills are attainable. You can save money and water, and keep things that grow outside your home – not in the living area
Got a wood fireplace? Wood is awesome because it not only warms you when you’re burning it – it warms you when you’re chopping the stuff as well. But as they say in the info-mercials: “Wait – there’s more”. Burning wood not only warms your bones, but it also warms the critters living in the wood. Set a log on fire and you may just see what has been living in there – unless it’s already escaped into your living room. Spiders, ants, termites – the list of guests brought into your home from wood piles could be endless.
There are any number of ways that wiring & plugs in your home may be improper or unsafe. Learn what to look for and what to do when things are wrong
Got a gas fireplace? Many of us do. They provide better safety than the old wood burners, more convenience, and you don’t have to chop wood or bring in spiders. But for all their advantages, gas burners can still have their issues. Unprotected or inadequately protected gas fireplaces can be a great start spot for children to burn your home down. And if it’s not that, then flue issues can result in poisoning of the air.
Got a furnace? You could also have carbon monoxide issues. If the furnace isn’t right your family will be at risk. Learn what to watch out for and what to do. Learn about furnace safety – before you wish you had known.
It’s August, and your family is dripping sweat. The mattresses smell like a boy’s gym, and the dog smells better than the living room couch. You’ve been thinking it might be time to invest in a cooling system. What should you get? What works best for the area you’re in? Maybe you already have a […]
The garage makes a very handy place to store your car. Or perhaps that may your car, ATV, freezer, moving boxes, the power tools and battery chargers. Oh – and don’t forget uncle Charlie’s bicycle collection. Despite the beauty – or ugliness – that is your garage, there are just a few important facts you should […]
Ah the garage – source of solace, home to projects. Some find it the best place to party. Your garage may be home to more action than anywhere except the kitchen. But what happens when things go wrong? Did you know that your garage door can resemble a guillotine? Many of us know someone who was killed or injured by a garage door.
Ah, the fireplace flue. Does anybody really think to think of them? It seems that people spend more time thinking of flues while watching Mary Poppins than actually thinking about the one in their home. But ignoring your flue can be like leaving the stove on all the time – eventually something bad is going to happen.
If you’re considering a fireplace, this segment will help you learn the strengths and weakness of some of the many choices you have. Like other podcasts done by the Home Medic, this ten minute investment will help you keep your money in your wallet and your family out of the hospital.