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Do you want to take measures to reduce your debt? Are you at wits end from the pile of bills on your desk? If this sounds like you, there is help. Continue treading to learn more about how debt consolidation may work for your situation. Prior to taking action, do a thorough review of your own credit record. You need to know what got you in your situation. This can help you to avoid making yourself go further into debt once debt consolidation has helped you. Think about long-term ramifications when you choose a company for debt consolidation. You want to fix your current issues, but you need to know whether a company can work with you as time goes on, as well. Some offer services and classes to help you avoid needing such a loan again.
Paul Chehade – Seeking Answers To Debt Consolidation Issues?

Paul Chehade – Seeking Answers To Debt Consolidation Issues?

Have you ever heard anyone discussing debt consolidation? There is a chance that you have, but its benefits may be unfamiliar to you. More »

Loan Pitstop Reveal Their Bad Credit Loans and Payday Loans UK Service

Loan Pitstop Reveal Their Bad Credit Loans and Payday Loans UK Service

In these economic times, consumers are looking for creative ways to meet their financial obligations and access new sources of credit. More »

Loan Auditing Tips: Modify your Loan Easily

Loan Auditing Tips: Modify your Loan Easily

The process of loan auditing is never an easy as dealing with lenders in this concern makes the work slow and arduous. The loan modification is different for every lender. More »

Bad Credit Auto Loans

Bad Credit Auto Loans

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The Inspector Who … Saved Thousands on an Unnecessary New Roof

Yesterday high winds whipped through central New Jersey, screaming past quiet,tree-lined,residential streets,gusting to more than 50 miles an hour. The national weather service is still looking into whether these winds were actually a hurricane, but residents of one wooded area really don’t care about the classification of the storm, they are concerned with the clean up necessary after the devastation.

In Hunterdon, a large tree fell, ripping open the roof of a home, while residents were inside sleeping.The woman sleeping in the upstairs bedroom awoke to the sound of an enormous crash, and opened her eyes to falling plaster everywhere. She was lucky to be unharmed, and the damage to her home was substantial.

Meanwhile on a similar tree-lined street, another family awoke to the same high winds, safer and better prepared because of the home inspector who noticed something strange in trees on the property and recommended the opinion of a landscaping professional.The landscaper recommended taking down a 100 year old tree that was just a little too close to the home. Home inspectors check trees for evidence of the tree dying, being diseased, or having structural failure, and call in experts for their professional opinions. They also assess possible damage to structures if the tree falls, ramifications of construction and renovations around tree root structures, the possibility of storm damage, liability and tree maintenance issues, and whether the tree has been topped because this sometimes weakens the tree. In all cases expert landscaper opinions are solicited.

According to insurance company property and casualty claim data shows that the industry spends billions of dollars each year on fallen tree damage. Not only that, but claims involving tree damage have sharply risen over the last ten years due to increasingly violent storms, more trees being planted close to homes, and the trend to preserve large trees during construction. As a result of this, many homeowners have filed for enhanced landscape policies with coverage levels of $100,000 or more per tree. More home inspectors as they make recommendations should recognize this trend, and should protect themselves by purchasing errors and omissions insurance.