Weather Issues Related to Testing Your Air Conditioning Unit. If you buy a home in winter in Louisville Kentucky your home inspector will most likely not be able to test your air conditioning unit because it cannot be effectively tested at temperatures below 60 degrees, and if he runs it he may damage the compressor.
This is an update from my previous post titled So You Post Photos on the Internet? The infographic shown below, created by Raidious, gives the best size for your images when posting to the 5 largest social media sites.
The reduction of energy consumption is a matter of strategic, national concern. To that end the Federal government has published online a website designed toi help us all save gas for our vehicles. Fueleconomy.gov has many great resources to save you money at the pump. Before you fuel up, find the cheapest gas prices in
What size image or video should you post to social media giants Facebook, Twitter, Google+, Youtube, Linkedin and Pinterest. For a cheat sheet giving you these dimensions, see below: Brought to you by the LunaMetrics blog.
Septic Systems. When buying or selling a home in Kentucky or Indiana in a neighborhood with septic tanks, make sure you inquire whether there are plans by the local municipality to convert to a public sewer system, because this could result in substantial future cost to the buyer when that occurs. If you are seller
Q: What does ”non conforming square feet” in a real estate description mean? A: The Greater Louisville Association of Realtors, and many other associations throughout the US, use the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) rules to determine sq ft. Until we adopted that standard, there were many ”customary” rules but none definite. Now we have
Isn’t That Aunt Sally’s Cousin? The One Who Married Ed’s Sister Mary-Lou From Crestwood in Oldham County? In my real estate practice here in Louisville Kentucky, I occasionally receive emails from people I don’t know or with whom I’ve had only peripheral contact, often many years ago. Then up they pop in my email, requesting