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Christmas Home Inspection Disasters

The Housing Hour November 17, 2016


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Special Guest

Jack Feldmann

with Clayton Home Inspections joins The Housing Hour this week to unwrap some common Christmas decoration mistakes that can be very dangerous for your family. Jack covers topic such as:

1.       Live tree close to heat source

2.       Exterior Lights passing UL test-

3.       Lead based decorations

4.       Stapling lights to fascia or on roof shingles

5.       Proper outlet-Ground Fault

6.       Plug-in strings of lights exceeding manufacturing recommendations

7.       Cracked sockets/frayed wires – old equipment

Christmas Home Inspection Disasters

So joins us and learn how you can make your  Christmas safe!

Jack is Experienced!

  • Business established in 1989. Knoxville home inspector since 1994.
  • Thousands of inspections completed. Typically, over 1,000,000 square feet per year. Will reach 10,000 inspections in 2015!!!!!
  • Continuing Education. The State of Tennessee requires home inspectors to have 16 hours per year CEU’s. ASHI requires 20 hours per year CEU’s. I typically take 20 – 30 hours per year.
  • Twelve years as Inspector/Construction Project Manager for Los Angeles County Office of Education.
  • Former licensed general building contractor in California. (License # B635092; license retired in 1994).
  • Over twenty years of construction experience.
  • Instructor at Trecs Real Estate School in Knoxville.
  • Instructor for University of TN Non Credit course on Home inspection.
  • Conducts workshops and training for real estate agents with regard to home inspection.
  • Newspaper column writer on home inspection.

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