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Be Prepared For The 2018 Storm Season

Posted on: October 15, 2018 by in Blog
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Helpful information from your friends at Mountains to Sound Home Inspection! For millions of Americans, the devastation of the 2017 storm season is still fresh in their minds. According to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, the cumulative cost of the weather events in the U.S. was $306.2 billion. Whether you were directly affected by one of those storm systems, or saw images of flooded neighborhoods, there's probably one question that you're now asking yourself. What Continue Reading ...

Paint Like A Pro In 5 Easy Steps

Posted on: October 8, 2018 by in Blog
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Brought to you by Mountains to Sound Home Inspection! Nothing transforms a home quite like a fresh coat of paint. In fact, painting your own house is one of the smartest and easiest DIY upgrades a homeowner can accomplish on their own. "Summer is the ideal time to tackle a painting project, as the warmer temperatures lead to faster drying times, and you can comfortably leave the windows open for better ventilation," said Megan Youngs, Product Manager at DAP. "Just remember, a little bit Continue Reading ...

Top Tips To Help First-Timers Navigate The Fast-Paced Housing Market

Posted on: October 1, 2018 by in Blog
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From your friends at  Mountains to Sound Home Inspection! Across the U.S., the housing market is picking up pace moving into the peak of the summer homebuying season. In city after city, home prices are on the rise, up 2.3 percent on average between April 2017 and 2018, according to the RE/MAX April 2018 National Housing Report. And there are fewer houses on the market to choose from, with total housing inventory down by 11.3 percent. Based on home sales in April 2018, the national Continue Reading ...

Reclaiming The Rooftop: Tips For Decks With A View

Posted on: September 17, 2018 by in Blog
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From your friends at Mountains to Sound Home Inspection! Once reserved for the urban elite, rooftop decks are popping up all over the country as an attractive option that offers a mixture of space savings and an unrivaled view. Rooftop decks take what was formerly unused space - the top of a building or the flat roof over part of a home - and reclaim it for a unique entertaining area or family gathering spot. "Especially when we're working in cities, rooftop decks are essentially Continue Reading ...

5 Ways Gardening And Plants Can Reduce Stress

Posted on: September 10, 2018 by in Blog
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From your friends at Mountains to Sound Home Inspection! In today's busy world, we're continually searching for new ways to slow down and unwind. This has led more people to discover the calming benefits of gardening and how incorporating plants into decor provides a way to reduce everyday stress. Studies have shown that indoor plants clean the air by removing 87 percent of airborne toxins in 24 hours, and can make people more relaxed. In fact, the very act of planting and maintaining a Continue Reading ...

Make The Most Of Your Landscaping Projects This Year With These Tips

Posted on: September 3, 2018 by in Blog
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Brought to you by Mountains to Sound Home Inspection! Home improvement projects aren't constrained to a single season, but during these warmer months, your focus is no longer simply on your home's indoors. Now there's outdoor yard work to do as well, and if you're looking to recreate your outdoor space, your outside projects may include some landscaping. If you have landscaping as part of your to-do list this season, the right strategy can ensure that you get the most benefit from your Continue Reading ...

4 Ways To Simplify Your DIY Projects And Home Improvements

Posted on: August 27, 2018 by in Blog
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Helpful information from your friends at Mountains to Sound Home Inspection! Whether you're working on a spring home improvement project or a summer task, this is the time of year when you focus on improving your home both inside and out. As you look for ways to make your home even better, nothing beats a good DIY project. DIY home improvement projects are popular each year, and they can be as big or small, short or long and expensive or inexpensive as you desire. Whether you are an Continue Reading ...

A Great Lawn Begins With A Great Engine

Posted on: August 20, 2018 by in Blog
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The Article Courtesy of Mountains to Sound Home Inspection As the days grow longer and the snow begins to recede, homeowners will once again venture outdoors to get their yards and lawn into tip-top shape for summer fun. But just like your lawn has been hibernating over the long winter, so too has your lawn mower and other small engines. Even if you properly winterized your mower, there are a few things you’ll need to do to ensure it works like it should. To get there, follow these five Continue Reading ...

Marrying Households: 7 Savvy Moving Tips For Newlyweds

Posted on: August 13, 2018 by in Blog
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The Article Courtesy of Mountains to Sound Home Inspection Couples moving in to a new house is gonna be chaos for sure!  But with these suggestions, planning and preparation, moving will be much easier. If you're planning a wedding or you've just tied the knot, congratulations! Getting ready to start the next chapter of your life with the one you love can be an exciting time, filled with anticipation about your future together. That said, combining two households can take Continue Reading ...

Are Hidden Leaks Damaging Your Home, Boosting Water Bills And Harming The Environment?

Posted on: August 6, 2018 by in Blog
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 The Article Courtesy of Mountains to Sound Home Inspection A house with undetected water leak will deteriorate the house's value with damages due to water leaks. Not only that but, undetected water leaks will  end up with huge water bills.  Here are some ways to easily detect water leaks. Home water leaks waste 1 trillion gallons of water per year, and 10 percent of American homes have leaks that waste 90 gallons of water a day, according to the EPA. Fixing easily detectable Continue Reading ...