For companies like Best Choice Home Inspections it is increasingly important and in the values of the company to support locally owned businesses, their products, services and US manufactured items. In the spirit of entrepreneurship and promotion of local companies we would like to share the below article with you.
Best Choice Home Inspections is now using infrared technology. Infrared or thermal imaging cameras (colloquially known as a TIC) render infrared radiation as visible light. Best Choice Home Inspections puts this technology to use for you with dramatic MSX thermal images that clearly reveal problems from sources of energy loss, moisture intrusion and structural issues to overheating electrical components.
Hidden defects are costly to residential and commercial building owners. The FLIR infrared camera can help us quickly see and find the sources of energy efficiencies, destructive water damage, and structural issues so our customers can make informed decisions on needed repairs that can help them save money.
The FLIR infrared cameras are the IR inspection cameras preferred most by building experts for fast, reliable diagnosing of a full range of building applications.
Best Choice Home Inspections now offers a 10% discount to active duty police officers. Out of appreciation and gratitude for those who serve and protect we will also include a free termite inspection with every home inspection.
Call or text, let me know you are a law enforcement officer, and I’ll give you priority scheduling.
Thank you sincerely,
John Woodall – owner
Ohio Department of Agriculture Offers Tips for Purchasing Firewood
Being familiar with state firewood laws can help ensure you get what you pay for
REYNOLDSBURG, Ohio (Nov. 30, 2016) – As winter quickly approaches and more people look to firewood to help heat their homes, the Ohio Department of Agriculture is offering some basic tips to help when purchasing wood.
“Many Ohioans rely on firewood to heat their homes during the cold winter months,” said David Daniels, director of the Ohio Department of Agriculture. “That’s why it’s important to know the laws about how firewood must be sold in order to make sure you, the consumer, are getting what you pay for.”