Over the years, I’ve attended hundreds of home inspections with my clients and noticed some trends in the items that inspectors note as not to code, not in normal working order, or improperly installed. While some of these items, like a missing anti-tip bracket for the kitchen stove, can easily be installed by a handyman, others require a licensed contractor to correct. For example, when a plumbing issue like a missing air gap and high loop is discovered, sellers are typically asked to hire a licensed plumber to fix the problem and that can be very expensive.
Preparing Your Home for Market
If you’re thinking about selling your home, this simple and inexpensive little household item could save you time, money, and the hassle of hiring a plumber to come and charge you to make a simple adjustment. It also helps prevent the contamination of your dishwasher. Take a look and see if you need this in your kitchen…
To learn how, check out this video: