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Every year in the United States there are over 40,000 fires which are attributed to electrical wiring problems in the home. These fires result in over 350 deaths and more than 1400 injuries each year.

Arc fault circuit interrupter breakers (AFCI’s) are designed to prevent fires by detecting electrical arcs in the circuits they are installed on and then disconnecting the power to that circuit before a fire can start. Arc faults are one of the leading causes of household fires. The arc fault breaker is designed to distinguish between intentional arcs that are the normal operating procedure for appliances, such as the brushes in a vacuum cleaner or electric drill and the switching on and off of a light switch or insertion and removal ...

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Have you ever had a favorite tree in your yard. It just makes your whole yard look great. It’s placed in just the right position and provides shade in just the right amount at the right time of the day. The kids played and climbed in it for years and there are many fond memories associated with each limb and fork. It turns beautiful colors of orange, yellow and red in the fall and puts on the first burst of green in the spring. It’s just the perfect tree.

Then one day you notice…it’s beginning to lean to one side slightly and a small crack is appearing in the main fork. How can this happen. This old family member is starting to falter. What can we do to help it stay healthy and strong. We could feritlize it and m...

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Henderson Nevada Home Inspection

The US Fire Administration, which is a division of the US Department of Homeland Security reports that clothes dryers were the instrumental cause of an estimated 15,600 structure fires, fifteen deaths, 400 injuries and almost 100 million dollars of property damage each year in the years 2002 through 2004. Lack of regular maintenance, which means cleaning lint build up in the exhaust hoses of dryers, was the leading cause of clothes dryer fires.

Are your clothes taking too long to dry and does the air flow through the exhaust hose seem too slow. These are usually signs that maintenance is required on your dryer. Most exhaust systems on modern dryers are flexible hoses that tend to bend and flex in many locations. Dryers are usually pushe...

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Bridge Home Inspections

7221 John Glenn Circle,

Las Vegas, NV 89145

Phone. 702-722-2222

Email. larry@bridgehomeinspections.com