The Importance of Inspections and Disclosure in Real Estate Law

Whether you are buying or selling real estate, it is critical that you have the property inspected and that you disclose any issues that are required by law to disclose. For example, you may be legally required to disclose lead, asbestos or other toxins in the home. Failure to do these things can result in fines or other issues. However, it isn't always easy for real estate buyers and sellers to know what they need to do. Hi, my name is Mary. I have been investing in real estate since the week after I left uni. I love it, and I have learned a lot along the way. I want to help and inform others so I decided to make this blog. I hope you find it useful.

Top Four Reasons Pet Owners Need Security Screens

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Security screens are a beneficial addition to the windows in a home for a range of reasons, but if you have a dog or cat, these screens can be especially helpful. Wondering how your pet may benefit from security screens? Take a look at these advantages:

1. Protection from intruders

Security screens are built to withstand intruders. They feature a metal mesh that cannot be bludgeoned or cut through in most cases. That means when you go to work for the day, you can leave the window open a crack to provide fresh air for your furry friend, but you don't have to worry about intruders coming in the house.

Although you can replace most of your possessions with a claim to your home insurance provider, if anything happens to your pet, it's absolutely irreplaceable.

2. Safety from window escapes

Just as security screens prevent intruders from getting in, they can also help prevent your pup or kitty from escaping the house. Imagine you have a cat who is in heat and eager to get out of the house to find love or a dog with separation anxiety who really wants to escape and find you. These creatures are likely to push against screens in an attempt to reach the great outdoors. However, security screens use a patented lock system that cannot be opened unless you are at home to release it. As a result, your pet should be safe and sound at home when you arrive back.

3. Impervious to rips and scratches

Even cats who aren't trying to escape like to hang out around windows. They love the breeze, and the view. Invariably, however, if a bird flies to close, your cat is likely to jump up on the screen to try to hunt the bird. As your cat's claws sink into the screen, and her weight pulls downward against her claws, your screen may suffer the damage.

However, while normal screens may rip or tear, security screens resist this threat. As a result, you don't have to worry about replacing your screen.

4. High-quality for consistent performance

Because of their unique design and quality materials, security screens resist all kinds of damage. As a result, you can look forward to consistent performance. With standard screens, they may tear or come loose from their frame, and then, bugs can get into your house.

If a mosquito gets in and gives your pet heartworm, for example, your dog or cat is likely to get ill. In addition to seeing your little one suffer, you're likely to incur a lot of unnecessary vet bills. Security screens help protect your pet from threats like that.

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7 July 2016