Physical Education with Imagination!
of the Triad
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Stretch-n-Grow of Winston-Salem (and the Triad), North Carolina

Jennifer Hansel - Owner/Director
(336) 287-1193  |

Welcome to Stretch-n-Grow of the Triad!   This year marks our 16th year serving children, families, and child care centers! 

We are passionate about helping children learn about fitness and building the foundation for a lifetime of healthy habits!

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If you're having a home inspection done on your property, read the following post to learn how you should prepare for it.

How to Prepare for a Home Inspection

  1. First, you need to clean the place thoroughly, from top to bottom. Declutter, re-arrange, and clean every nook and cranny for the home inspection.
  2. Then, you should take care of easy fixes. Simple repairs (like changing out a burnt lightbulb or repainting the walls after they've been peeling) can make a huge difference.
  3. While you're taking care of easy fixes, make sure to get professional help for the more complicated maintenance tasks in your property (like inspecting the electrical systems).
  4. The home inspector should be able to access every spot in your home easily. Be sure to remove obstacles that could get in their way to help them out.
  5. Speaking of which, you should also open up every room in your property so they can inspect all of them (like the basement, attic, shed, etc.).
  6. The inspector will want to look at all of the installations, which is why you should have the utilities connected (such as the water and gas supplies), so they can evaluate them.
  7. To have a thorough inspection, you need to talk to the home inspector. You can ask questions about the process and relay information on existing issues in the property.
  8. You may also be required to have documents ready to share with the inspector. For example, you may need to share documents that go over previous remodeling projects.
  9. Finally, prepare to let the inspector work effectively. If you have children or pets, take them away for the day to avoid accidents.

Call Evergreen Land Title Company at (541) 9681522 if you require title insurance in Eugene, OR.