Electrical,General info,Home Inspections

The Crucial Importance of Identifying Federal Pacific Electrical Panels in Home Inspections

  • Nov, 27 2023
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  The Crucial Importance of Identifying Federal Pacific Electrical Panels in Home Inspections When it comes to ensuring the safety and reliability of electrical systems in a home, few components demand as much attention as the electrical panel. At Double H Inspections, one of our critical focuses during a home inspection is identifying Federal Pacific […]

Exeriors,General info,Roof

Understanding Ice Dams in Wyoming: Causes, Effects, and Prevention

  • Nov, 10 2023
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Welcome to the Double H Inspections blog! As residents of Wyoming, many of us are no strangers to the challenges that winter brings. One such challenge, particularly relevant to homeowners and potential home buyers, is the formation of ice dams on roofs. In this blog, we aim to shed light on what ice dams are, […]

Home Maintenance

Fall Home Maintenance Tips to Protect Your Wyoming Home

  • Oct, 21 2023
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As the leaves change colors and the air becomes crisper in Wyoming, it’s a clear sign that fall has arrived. While many may be thinking about cozy evenings by the fire and enjoying the beauty of the season, homeowners need to remember that fall is also the perfect time to prepare their homes for the […]

General info,Home Inspections

The Indispensable Role of Home Inspections: Building a Secure Future with Double H Inspections

  • Oct, 16 2023
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Buying a home is a significant milestone in one’s life, symbolizing stability, security, and the realization of dreams. However, the journey to homeownership is not without its challenges, and one crucial step that should never be overlooked is a thorough home inspection. Whether you’re purchasing a pre-owned home or constructing a new one, a comprehensive […]


Radon – what you need to know!

  • Sep, 27 2023
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Unseen Threats: Understanding and Mitigating the Health Risks of Radon in Your Home In the realm of home safety, some threats are invisible but potentially lethal. Radon, a colorless and odorless gas, is one such danger that can seep into homes, putting occupants at risk of serious health issues. At Double H Inspections, we believe […]

Home Inspections,Home Maintenance

Budgeting for home maintenance.

  • Aug, 08 2023
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Understanding Average Home Maintenance Costs: Congratulations on your journey to homeownership in the scenic state of Wyoming! As you embark on this exciting adventure, it’s crucial to understand that along with the joy of owning a home comes the responsibility of maintaining it. In this blog post, we’ll dive into the average costs of home […]


S-Trap vs P-trap and why it mattes

  • May, 06 2022
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A home inspection includes the visible plumbing systems in the home. This includes the plumbing under sinks. On item we look at is the trap under the sink and make sure it is not leaking but also that it is the proper type of material and design. A common defect noted in plumbing fixtures is […]

General info

Spring Maintenance Saves You Money

  • Apr, 10 2022
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Why spring maintenance is important to your home and can save you money over time.  All the components of your home are slowly failing. From the day they were installed they began the slow breakdown that leads to failure at some point in the future. Your roof, siding, windows, floors, HVAC, electrical systems, appliances, you […]

Common Electrical Defect,Electrical,Home Inspections

Mis-wired sub-panels

  • Mar, 31 2022
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A common defect found in home electrical systems is grounds and neutrals terminated on the same bus bar in a sub panel. Here is an explanation of why this can be dangerous. In short Laymen’s terms, if a fault occurs the breaker may not trip and metal components on that circuit (i.e. stove or fridge) […]

Home Inspections

Sewer Scopes for homes built between 1940-1975

  • Mar, 25 2022
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Was your home built between 1940 and 1975? If it was there is a very high likelihood that you have an Orangeburg sewer line. Why is this important you might ask? Orangeburg was a wood fibrous and tar material that was brought to prominence after World War 2 when metal was in short supply. This […]