Links and Resources
- The State of Wisconsin regulates Home Inspectors. We encourage our client to read these Rules and Regulations, as their home inspection will be performed in accordance with these standards. To view RL 134 Standards, please click here.
- The Environmental Protection Agency warns that radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer. To learn more about the hazards of radon gas in the home, please click here.
- Water damaged building products have the ability to grow mold and create an unhealthy indoor air environment. Mold growth within the home can have an adverse affect on occupant’s health. Some species of molds are known to contain carcinogens. To learn more about the deadly health effects of mold or water damage within the home, please click here.
- Asbestos was readily used in buildings and homes and even placed in building materials during the mid 1900’s. Asbestos is now known as a carcinogen. To learn more about the deadly effects of asbestos, please click here.
- Lead was placed in building products including paints, thinners, and lacquers up until 1978. Lead based paints and products are a health concern, especially to small children. To learn more about the risks of lead and lead based building products, please click here.
- To learn more about the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, please click here.
- Aluminum electrical wiring can pose an electrical hazard. To learn more about the electrical hazards associated with aluminum wiring in the home, please click here.
- To learn more about steps we all can take to keep our drinking water safe, please click here.