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The Difference Between Mold And Mildew

Posted on: July 11, 2017 by in Mold Inspections
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The Difference Between Mold And Mildew Mold and mildew are both fungi and are both very similar to each other; however, there are some key differences. And be assured, it is important to know the difference and the effects they can have on your health and home! When you have a problem with mold or mildew in your home it is important to have it taken care of as quickly as possible. Call us at Aurora Home Inspections to find out about our NJ Home Mold Detection Services today (201) Continue Reading ...

Switch To CFL Bulbs To Reduce Energy Costs

Posted on: November 3, 2015 by in Blog, DIY Home Tips
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Switch To CFL Bulbs To Reduce Energy Costs Compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) have made their way into the mainstream after being invented in the 1970’s as a result of the energy crisis. However, due to a bit of a rocky history, consumers have been slow to get on the wagon. Many of the early versions of CFL bulbs had a delay in reaching full brightness and gave off a cold looking light. But advances in manufacturing and design have eliminated these issues and offer a tradition warm light for a Continue Reading ...

Winterize Your Sprinkler System In New Jersey

Posted on: September 23, 2015 by in Blog, DIY Home Tips
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Winterize Your Sprinkler System In New Jersey A sprinkler system is a fairly large investment into your the care and maintenance of your property. This being the case, people often want to protect their sprinkler systems in the colder, winter months. With these months rapidly approaching in many regions, it’s time to winterize your sprinkler system in New Jersey. By using compressed air to blow out the sprinkler system you can ensure that your your sprinklers will continue to work for many Continue Reading ...

How To Declutter Your Home

Posted on: August 24, 2015 by in Blog, DIY Home Tips
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How To Declutter Your Home | Bergen County NJ Home Inspector One of the many tips we give homeowners ahead of a home inspection is to clear the clutter!  If you are having your home inspected, you will want to clear areas of clutter so the home inspector can see everything that needs to be seen. Closets and basement and attics should be as clutter free as possible. But, even if you are not preparing for an inspection, decluttering your home can add a sense of peace and freedom to Continue Reading ...

Add Value To A Home In NJ

Posted on: August 9, 2015 by in Blog, DIY Home Tips
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Add Value To A Home In NJ With home prices on the rise, it is a great time to invest in your home and pack the most value into it you possibly can. Whether you are planning to sell now, or in the future,  Aurora Home Inspections suggests these projects and remodels to help you add value to a home in NJ.PaintFreshly painted rooms are clean looking and updated. Plus, painting is one of the most cost effective ways to add value and appeal to your home.Remodel the Kitchen and Continue Reading ...

How To Prepare For Home Inspection

Posted on: July 15, 2015 by in Blog, Home Inspections
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How To Prepare For Home Inspection If you're in the market to sell your home, you my be nervous about the pre-sale home inspection. As long as you have represented your home honestly, you have nothing to worry about. While it is common for the seller to not be there during the buyer's home inspection, there are still things you can do to make the job easier for the inspector, and make sure the home is at its best. Here are some tips on how to prepare for home inspection.Make sure Continue Reading ...

Potential Home Problems You Can Spot Yourself.

Posted on: June 18, 2015 by in Blog, Home Inspections
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Potential Home Problems You Can Spot Yourself. The last thing you want when buying a house is to discover you have bought a money pit, and it’s too late to turn back. You of course must hire a home inspector to protect your investment and be aware of all the hidden problems that could be brewing in the home. But, before the home inspector comes in, there are a few potential issues you can spot yourself. Potential house problems are not always a deal breaker. Sometimes they are Continue Reading ...

Keeping Your Home Secure During The Summer

Posted on: May 26, 2015 by in Blog, Safety Tips
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Summer Vacation Home Safety Tips Summer time is the most relaxing time of the year, but it’s also peak time for break ins. Criminals know that people tend to be out of the house more often in the summer, especially for extended periods of time on vacation. To make sure you can truly have a relaxing summer, and come and go as you please, here are some tips on keeping your home secure during the summer.Lock your doors and windows!Yes, it may seem obvious and silly to even mention, Continue Reading ...

How to choose a home inspector

Posted on: May 6, 2015 by in Blog, Home Inspections
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How to choose a home inspector Choosing a home inspector may seem like an overwhelming task. However it is actually a very simple process when you keep just a few important factors in mind. These tips will tell you exactly how to choose a home inspector.To begin, you will want to be sure that your inspector is properly licensed. All Aurora inspectors are certified master inspectors. You can be sure that with Aurora your inspector is experienced, educated and has the highest of Continue Reading ...

5 Common Home Inspection Pitfalls

Posted on: April 2, 2015 by in Blog, Home Inspections
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5 Common Home Inspection Pitfalls Home inspection is an incredibly important step in buying a new home. There are, however several common mistakes people make involving home inspection all the time. To avoid possible headaches in the future, avoid these 5 common home inspection pitfalls. Not inspecting new construction. It’s a rookie mistake that even the most seasoned home buyers occasionally make. Just because a home is up to code and looks good does not mean everything is Continue Reading ...