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Kelowna Roof Inspections & Fall Home Maintenance

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Happy Autumn Kelowna! The gorgeous brightly coloured leaves and crisp breeze remind us that Old Man Winter is coming soon. This is a super busy time for homeowners and strata property managers. Kelowna Roof inspections and strata annual maintenance is in full swing all over the Okanagan Valley. If you are feeling frustrated with trying…

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Identifying Asbestos Flooring

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  You have most likely heard that asbestos is highly toxic and dangerous. It was a common building material utilized for adding strength and heat resistance to various items. When disturbed, toxic dust becomes airborne which can be disastrous and eventually lethal to those who are exposed. The industry tried to keep the risks under…

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Home Inspection Services Experts Offer Spring Home Maintenance Tips

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Spring has sprung in the beautiful Okanagan, and for many homeowners, it’s time to complete some home maintenance! To keep your home efficient, safe and ready for the coming seasons, we recommend following these spring maintenance tips from our home inspection services experts.   Kelowna Home Inspector Suggestions for Exterior Spring Maintenance   There are many home…

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Ghosting: How it Can Darken Your Ceiling

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What is Brownian Motion? To understand how ghosting occurs, we must understand what causes the accumulation of particles in concentrated areas. The oldest known deposition mechanism will be described first - Brownian motion. A long dead English botanist (yes, botanist not physicist), R. Brown, noticed tiny particles behave much like molecules with respect to vibration.…