Crosstown Engineering News

“6 Insiders Reveal Secrets Every House Hunter Should Know”

Trulia
January 30, 2015

“Before you go house hunting, arm yourself with some secret insider tips. One of my favorite Disneyland experiences was the time I went with a neighbor who worked there. Although it was a crowded Fourth of July evening, my neighbor knew how to navigate around the park to avoid the crowds and the best spot for watching the fireworks.

That’s because he knew all the insider secrets.Insider info can also benefit you greatly when house hunting. Here are a few tips to keep in mind before you begin…”
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“8 Biggest Mistakes First-Time Homebuyers Make”

CNBC.com
July 17, 2014

“In a case where the home inspector recommends a foundation inspection, 85 percent of the homes are likely to need foundation stabilization,” said Adam Green, president and principal engineer at Crosstown Engineering. “The foundation of the home is the most important structural component, bearing the weight of the entire structure. If it fails or is unstable, it will cause all kinds of damage. Costs [to fix foundation problems] can be high and ongoing if the cause isn’t identified and remediated.”
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“How Much Will That Patio or Deck Cost?”

U.S.News & World Report
June 30, 2014

For instance, Adam Green, president and principle engineer at Crosstown Engineering, a firm with offices in Tampa Bay, Florida, and the Dallas-Forth Worth area, points out that “the barbecue is typically the worst-placed item on a deck. Remember, the gas line needs to run to the ideal barbecue location, not the other way around.”
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