The interior is often the portion of the home inspection of most interest to home buyers. From floors to ceilings this comprehensive text provides an in-depth introduction to the major components of a home's interior. The book discusses strategies for inspecting floors, walls, ceilings, trim, counters, cabinets, stairs, windows, skylights, solariums, and doors. The text additionally gives special consideration to the pervasive problem of wet basements.Wood windows do not require thermal breaks, because wood is a much better insulator than metal or vinyl. ... Upper Floor Windows Don a#39;t Fall Out Caulking Is Expensive Beware of Steel Casement Windows Partial Replacement Beware the anbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Dearborn Real Estate - 2003|