Nashville Public Speaker – The Top 10 Most Common Items Found in Most Home Inspections – 9.24.10

Guest Speaker – The Top 10 Most Common Home Inspection Items You Need to Know About

This one hour presentation lists the Top 10 Most Common Items identified by HABITEC Home Inspectors in Middle Tennessee Home Inspections and these are items you need to know about.  Richard Acree, President of HABITEC Home and Building Inspections, LLC, uses a power point presentation to show and explain what the most likely issues are with any home that HABITEC sees in a Home Inspection.  Knowing about these 10 issues will help the home owner or resident avoid some of the most costly and difficult issues that can be a problem in any home, whether it is for sale or not.   Once you know what to look for and how to spot these issues, you can prevent these issues from becoming a problem in your residence.  Please call HABITEC at 615-376-2753 to book Richard at your next gathering!  See the picture below for a sample of the Top 10.

Rotted Window Sash Frame

HABITEC offers public guest speaker classes in Home Inspection topics of interest to all home owners and renters.  These classes are available to your group with Richard Acree as the Guest Speaker.  Whether it be a homeowners association, civic organization, church congregation, work group, renters association, or just a group of friends, these classes will educate and entertain your group with information everyone needs to know.    The classes are offered as a power point presentation with hundreds of fascinating pictures and interesting perspectives offered by Richard.  These classes also give those attending a chance to interact with a certified and licensed Home Inspector, ask questions and discuss in general and in detail the issues that all home owners or renters should be aware of.  The classes are offered for a small fee.  Please call 376-2753 for more information about the fee and to schedule Richard to speak to your group.


The purpose of these classes is to explain to home owners or residents how they can look at their own homes or residence to better maintain them.  Many of the issues that are identified by a Home Inspector could have been identified by a home owner or renter if they simply knew where and how to look at their own residence.  Terminology, methods of inspection, tools and limitations of the Do-It-Yourself Home Maintenance Inspection processes will be included.  The end result of these courses will be to help home owners know and understand how to safely and visually look at their residence to better maintain their residence.

FEES   Fees for these classes are very affordable, especially if your group can provide the venue, projector and projector screen.  Please call HABITEC at 615-376-2753 to discuss fees and scheduling a presentation.  Thank you!

Thank you,

 Richard Acree

Comments in this blog posting are the copyrighted intellectual property of Richard Acree, President, HABITEC Home and Building Inspections, LLC,  and are intended to educate and otherwise assist home owners, sellers and buyers, building owners, sellers and buyers, realtors, real estate investors, property managers, and lenders in the process of owning, buying or selling homes or commercial buildings.  HABITEC is a residential (home) and commercial building inspection company serving Middle Tennessee including Nashville, Brentwood, Franklin, Murfreesboro, Smyrna, Mt. Juliet, Hendersonville, Dickson, Belle Meade, Columbia, Spring Hill and more!  In addition to building inspections HABITEC offers Environmental Services for mold assessments, radon testing and water quality analysis.  Additional information about HABITEC can be found on our website at, or call 615-376-2753. 

Richard Acree is the author of  the HABITEC Home and Building Inspections blog at ActiveRain, WordPress, and Blogger, and Founder of the ActiveRain Group Tennessee Home and Building Inspectors.  All are welcome to join and comment on those blogs and group.   You can also follow HABITEC on Facebook and Richard on Linked.  Thank you!


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