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The video is provided by Steven L. Smith, President of King of the House Home Inspection, Whatcom County, WA. The video explains the benefits of obtaining a professional home inspection. Smith is state licensed home inspector #207. State licensed structural pest inspector #69078. www.kingofthehouse**** kingofthehousecomcast**** 360-676-6908
7 Sep 2011
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This video describes the proper way to flash a deck or landing. Proper flashing is an important aspect of building a deck in Bellingham and Whatcom County. The video was produced by King of the House Home Inspection, Bellingham, WA. For information call 360-676-6908 or Email kingofthehousecomcast****
24 Oct 2011
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King of the House Home Inspection serves the northwest corner of Washington state and is based in Whatcom County, WA. Call 360-676-6908 to book a home inspection. Washington state licensed home inspector #207. Licensed structural pest inspector #69078
16 Nov 2011
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The most common termite, of the species found in Whatcom County, is the moisture-loving pacific dampwood termite. Steven L. Smith, King of the House Home Inspection in Bellingham, describes a dampwood termite infestation. You can call Steve at King of the House at 360-676-6908.
16 Nov 2011
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In Washington, there are a few things we understand very well -- moisture/relative humidity and the song "Louie Louie". For many years now, there has been a movement to turn "Louie Louie" into the Washington state song. The roots of the song go back to northwest garage bands, including the Fabulous Wailers. At the front of this video, you will see my salute to this northwest favorite. The rest of the video discusses relative humidity. Steven L. Smith of King of the House Home Inspection in Bellingham, WA is WA licensed home inspector #207 and a licensed structural pest inspector #69078. Email: kingofthehousecomcast**** or call 360-676-6908.
5 Dec 2011
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We provide home inspections before a home is purchased, home inspections for someone selling a home (called seller inspection), home inspections for condos and townhomes. PIER inspections for banks, Commercial walk-arounds.
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Here in Washington, there are a few things we understand very well -- moisture/wood-boring beetles and the song "Louie Louie". There has been a movement to turn "Louie Louie" into the Washington state song. The roots of the tune go back to northwest garage bands, including the Fabulous Wailers. At the front of this video, you will see my salute to this favorite among us Washingtonians. The rest of the video explains anobiid beetles and the conditions that are conducive to an infestation. Steven L. Smith of King of the House Home Inspection in Bellingham, WA is WA licensed home inspector #207 and a licensed structural pest inspector #69078. Email: kingofthehousecomcast**** or call 360-676-6908.
5 Dec 2011
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A video slide show, produced by Steven L. Smith of King of the House Home Inspection, on the topic of rot or wood decay fungi. Rot is the most commonly found wood destroying organism in the State of Washington. A video slide show, produced by Steven L. Smith of King of the House Home Inspection, on the topic of rot or wood decay fungi. Rot is the most commonly found wood destroying organism in the State of Washington. Smith is a Washington State licensed home inspector and a licensed structural pest inspector. He operates out of Bellingham, WA in Whatcom County. (Hi-Res)
1 Oct 2010
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Steven L. Smith, a state licensed structural pest inspector and home inspector, provides a narrated slide show on the topic of Pacific Dampwood Termite infestations. Smith is President of King of the House Home Inspection in Bellingham, WA.Smith is a member of the state licensing board.
16 Apr 2011
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Steven L. Smith, King of the House Home Inspection, in Bellingham, Washington has produced a short video that explains the most common problems found at temperature pressure relief valves and drain lines at hot water heaters. The TPR valve and drain line, when installed incorrectly, can be serious life safety issues. Smith is Washington State licensed home inspector #207 and a licensed structural pest inspector. He is, also, the lead instructor of home inspection at Bellingham Technical College and a member of the Washington State Home Inspector Licensing Board. (orig hi-res)
19 Sep 2010
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Bellingham WA Home Inspector, Steven L. Smith of King of the House Home Inspection in Whatcom County, WA, has produced a narrated video on the old electrical branch circuit wiring system that is known as "knob and tube wiring". The video describes the history of, and some problems with, this system that was popular in the United States and Canada during the early to mid-20th century. Smith is a licensed home inspector and a licensed structural pest inspector. His firm, King of the House, Inc, is based in Bellingham, Whatcom County, WA. (revised 12/08/10 audio normalized modified edit)
9 Dec 2010
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Next Class Begins October 17: The next state approved home inspector training course begins October 17, 2011 at Bellingham Technical College. The course includes field training and fundamentals training. Students are prepared to take state licensing exams. For information call Steven L. Smith at 360-752-8796 or 360-676-6908.
28 Aug 2011
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The video explains the benefits of having a professional home inspection. Steven L. Smith, narrator, is President of King of the House Home Inspection, Bellingham, WA. State licensed home inspector #207. State licensed structural pest inspector #69078. www.kingofthehouse**** kingofthehousecomcast**** 360-676-6908
7 Sep 2011
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