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PREMIER INSPECTIONS WOULD LIKE TO WELCOME THE SEASON OF FALL BY GIVING YOU $50 OFF SPECIAL!!! 
 
CALL NOW 817-637-6837!!!!
 
CALL AND SCHEDULE YOUR HOME INSPECTION TODAY AND RECEIVE $50 OFF YOUR GENERAL HOME INSPECTION!  WE ALSO SUPPORT THE HOMES FOR HEROES PROGRAM BY HAVING SPECIAL PRICING FOR THOSE IT APPLIES TO!
FALL MAINTENANACE TIPS
  • Regularly clean gutters and downspouts. Make sure all drainage areas are unblocked by leaves and debris. Consider installing gutter guards to make the job a lot easier.
  • Use a screwdriver to probe the wood trim around windows, doors, railings and decks. Use caulk to fill the holes or completely replace the wood.
  • Lower humidity and cooler (not yet cold) temperatures make fall a good time to paint the exterior of your home.
  • Inspect your roof, or hire a licensed professional to examine your roof for wear and tear. If the shingles are curling, buckling or crackling, replace them. If you have a lot of damage, it’s time to replace the entire roof. Also, check the flashing around skylights, pipes and chimneys. If you have any leaks or gaps, heavy snow and ice will find its way in.
  • To prevent exterior water pipes from bursting when the weather gets below freezing, turn off the valves to the exterior hose bibs. Run the water until the pipes are empty. Make sure all the water is drained from the pipes, if not; the water can freeze up and damage the pipes.
  • Have your wood-burning fireplace inspected, cleaned and repaired to prevent chimney fires and carbon monoxide poisoning.
  • Wrap water pipes that run along exterior walls with heating tape. It will save energy and prevent them from freezing.
  • Clean and replace filters in your furnace or heating system.
  • If you use a hot water system for heating, drain the expansion tank, check the water pressure, and bleed your radiators.
  • Check the attic to make sure the insulation is installed properly. The vapor barrier on insulation should face down toward the living space. If it is installed incorrectly (with the vapor barrier facing up) then the insulation will trap moisture causing possible water problems. Cut slits in the vapor barrier to allow moisture to escape. To install attic insulation, unroll the insulation with the paper side out. Install small pieces of insulation between the joists on the attic floor. Be careful not to step between the joists.
  • Rake up the thick layers of leaves that settle on lawn surfaces. Large leaves in particular, especially when they get wet, can compact to the point where they suffocate the grass below and lead to all kinds of insect and disease problems. So it’s a good idea to routinely rake or blow them off the lawn or, better yet, use a mulching mower to shred them into fine pieces.
  • Put the raked leaves in the compost pile or use as a mulch. Whatever you do, don’t waste fallen leaves because they’re an excellent source of nutrients and organic matter. You can also add them to flower beds to put a winter blanket on your garden.
  • Fall is a good time to aerate your lawn; it will allow moisture and nutrients to get into the roots. When you’re done, spread fertilizer then grass seed.
  • This will be the ideal time to sow cool-season grasses such as fescue and rye – it will give them the opportunity to germinate and develop a good root system before freezing temperatures arrive. It’s also the right time to fertilize turf grasses, preferably with slow-release, all-natural fertilizer. When given adequate nutrients, turf grasses have the ability to store food in the form of carbohydrates during the winter months. That will mean a better-looking lawn come spring.
  • Pests love attics because they are full of nice warm insulation for nesting, and they offer easy access to the rest of the house. With gable vents that lead into the attic it is a good idea to install a screen behind them to keep those critters out.
  • Even after closing off those entryways, pests can still find a way in. The first place to check for any unwanted guests is under the kitchen cupboards and appliances.
  • Each fall, check carbon monoxide detectors and smoke alarms and put in fresh batteries. These are very important detectors to have in a home. A smoke alarm can save lives in a house fire. A carbon monoxide detector can also save lives if a home has oil or gas-burning appliances, like a furnace or water heater.
  • Carbon monoxide is an invisible, odorless byproduct of burning oil or natural gas, and it can be deadly. For just a few dollars, a carbon monoxide detector will sound an alarm if the levels get too high.
  • Always install carbon monoxide detectors according to manufacturer’s instructions. Generally they should be installed near each potential source of carbon monoxide, and within ear shot of the living and sleeping areas.
$50 OFF WHEN YOU SCHEDULE A 
GENERAL HOME INSPECTION
             (UP TO 2500 SQ. FT.)            
Price Listing
This is my general pricing and does not include seasonal coupons I offer:
Special Through :  SEPTEMBER 20TH
General Inspection Price:$400.00 all inclusive up to 2500 sq. ft.
Greater than 2500 sq.ft.: $50 per additional 1,000 sq. ft.
Wood Destroying Insect (WDI):$50.00 (FREE WITH GENERAL HOME INSPECTION)
OLDER THAN 1965: $50.00
POOL: $50.00
SPRINKLER: $35.00
SEPTIC: $50.00
Thank you for your past business and future consideration of Premier Inspections!
Premier Inspections
300 State Street #92593
Southlake, TX  76092
(817) 637-6837

MENTION OUR FALL SPECIAL AND RECEIVE $50 OFF YOUR INSPECTION WHEN YOU SCHEDULE YOUR 

GENERAL HOME INSPECTION! 

THIS INCLUDES WDI INSPECTION

(Wood Destroying Insect)

Offer Expires: 09/20/2016                                                                                PRICE IS GOOD UP TO 2500 SQ FT
Premier Inspections, 329 RICHY RD., ROANOKE, TX 76262
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