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Absolute Home Inspection Services is a North Carolina Real Estate Inspection Company owned by Randy Beck.


SERVICE AREAS BY CITY

• Archdale Home Inspections

• Asheboro Home Inspections

• Brown Summit Home Inspections

• Colfax Home Inspections

• Denton Home Inspections

• Gibsonville Home Inspections

• Greensboro Home Inspections

• High Point Home Inspections

• Jamestown Home Inspections

• Lexington Home Inspections

• Kernersville Home Inspections

• McLeansville Home Inspections

• New London Home Inspections

• Randleman Home Inspections

• Thomasville Home Inspections

• Trinity Home Inspections

• Winston Salem Home Inspections


SERVICE AREAS BY COUNTY

• Guilford County Home Inspections

• Davidson County Home Inspections

• Forsyth County Home Inspections

• Randolph County Home Inspections




MISSION STATEMENT


Our mission is to continue being the leading home inspection service provider in the central regions of North Carolina by consistently providing our customers with the highest level of service and expertise. We strive to provide fair and accurate information to our customers, documented in a manner that is easy to understand. We seek to establish a reputation as industry experts through experience, integrity, continued education and outstanding customer service.

Why select Absolute Home Inspection Services?

  • We have 30 years experience in new home construction and home repair service. We are licensed in North Carolina. Members of North Carolina Licensed Home Inspector Association. We are professionally trained and fully insured. Compare our credentials with anyone.

  • We understand our client's need for third-party, detailed, unbiased property inspections by truly qualified professionals. Our ethical position is very clear, we work for our clients only.

  • We deliver a well crafted, very detailed easy-to-read digital photo reporting system within 24 hours, with the benefits of intense photo review and research time back in the office.

  • Home Inspection is our full-time profession, we are not part-timers. This process deserves our full attention.

  • We provide valuable information and education to our clients on the operation of the home, safety, maintenance and possible solutions to issues that may arise during the inspection.

  • Locally owned and family operated, we are native to the North Carolina Piedmont area and have an experienced understanding of the impact that climate has on structures in the region.

  • Our approach is simple; we view the property as if we are the ones about to invest a lot of money in the property.

  • We have many repeat customers and a great referral base. Check out our "Testimonials" section to see why. We want you as our next referral source.

  • An Absolute Home Inspection will give you the information your are seeking when considering a property.






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  • To build an average 2000 square foot home, it would require 26,700 board feet of lumber! One 20 inch, 42 foot long tree will produce about 260 board feet. So if you are building this 2000 square foot home, it will take 102 trees. (Keep in mind that this does not include any wood required for furnishings or cabinetry in some cases.)
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  • HEPA filters can remove at least 99.97% of airborne particles 0.3 micrometers (m) in diameter. Particles of this size are the most difficult to filter and are thus considered the most penetrating particle size (MPPS). HEPA filters are composed of a mat of randomly arranged fibres. Key metrics affecting function are fibre density and diameter, and filter thickness. The common assumption that a HEPA filter acts like a sieve where particles smaller than the largest opening can pass through is incorrect. Just as for membrane filters, particles so large that they are as wide as the largest opening or distance between fibres cannot pass in between them at all.
  • Potassium iodide is added as a nutrient, to prevent goiter, a thyroid gland problem caused by lack of iodine, and to prevent mental retardation associated with iodine deficiency. A project started by the Michigan State Medical Society in 1924 promoted the addition of iodine to table salt, and by the mid 1950's, three quarters of U.S. households used only iodized salt. Potassium iodide makes up 0.06% to 0.01% of table salt by weight. Sometimes cuprous iodide (iodide of copper) is used as the source of iodine.
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  • One kilowatt-hour (kWh) equals the amount of electricity needed to burn a 100 watt light bulb for 10 hours. A 1 kilowatt home solar system installed costs about US$9000 (before any rebate programs). Prices up to $15,000 are also possible as are lower prices depending upon (a) the kind of PV System, (b) country of purchase ,(c) how the system is purchased, and (d) the surface to which the system is attached.

HOME TIP
Home Security

When you leave your home for a long period, be sure to create the illusion that someone is home. You can put your lights on timers, leave a television on, or have a friend or family member stay at your home while you are away. Check to see if all of your doors have good, updated locks that work properly. If not, replace them immediately.

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