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Moving During the Holidays? Three Steps to Make it Easier!

With Thanksgiving here soon and Christmas right around the corner, many people would never dream of moving. However, many people end up planning a move during the holidays. For one thing, they may find a better deal on a home, since many sellers lower their asking prices in fall and winter trying to get their homes off the market. And when scheduling, chances are you’re going to get the date you want, since this is not a popular time of the year to move. The only contingency is having to deal with the weather!




Moving During the Holidays: 3 Tips to Make It Easier

Those who have decided to move during the holidays may find they need to plan more thoroughly to ensure a smooth experience. We have a few tips you can use to make the most of your holidays in the middle of a move.


1. It’s All About the Budget

Since this is the holiday season, chances are you are buying gifts for all your friends and family. Moving expenses can cut into your holiday shopping fund. Be sure to start saving now for this extra strain on your budget!


2. Watch the Schedule

Moving companies don’t see as much demand during the holiday season, so you aren’t going to have to compete with other customers. However, you’ll still need to respect that many employees may take vacation during this time of year. Avoid moving on Thanksgiving weekend, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year’s Eve and Day.


3. Prepare for the Weather

Depending on where you live, you may have to contend with the weather. Those in the Midwest and Northeast may be dealing with snow and ice storms that can delay moving. Inclement weather often shuts down public transit and other services. Be prepared to make a change at the last minute. You will want to arrange your moving date for a week or two before you must be out of your home to avoid overstaying your time there.



If you’re moving during the holiday season, a professional moving company and real estate agent can help you make it happen. However, be prepared to make a few changes and go with the flow if weather or scheduling issues arise. Also, don’t forget to take some time to enjoy the holidays! Whether this is enjoying a family dinner or exchanging gifts with that special someone, take time to make the holidays even more memo.




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Regular Sewer Maintenance Tips from Scott Home Inspection

Did you know your sewer line requires regular maintenance? 

Obstructions in your sewer line can lead to poor drainage, decaying pipes, and even back-ups.


On older homes, older pipes are prone to offsets and tree root intrusion.


Setting ground around newer homes can cause pipes to shift over time. Or build-ups of grease and gunk can slow down drain water.


Because of these issues, it is important to have an independent sewer scope done regularly to understand the condition of your line.


A sewer scope inspection can help determine what needs to be done to keep things flowing smoothly.


We can recommend rooting or cleaning of the line, or larger repairs if needed.


Consider having a sewer scope done along with our maintenance inspection to ensure your house is in good condition from top to bottom!


It pays to maintain one of the biggest investments you’ll ever make!

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Colorado Landmark and Habitat for Humanity Build Day!

Yesterday was a brisk, busy day for our agents here at Colorado Landmark! But at the Flatirons Habitat for Humanity Build Day, the sun was shining and spirits were high, thanks to all of our realtors who came out to help lend a hand to homeowners and other volunteers. We love giving back to our community and it was a special opportunity to do just that!


Habitat for Humanity envisions a world where everyone has an adequate place to live. Habitat homeowners help build their own home, alongside volunteers and pay an affordable mortgage. With community support, Habitat homeowners achieve the strength, stability and independence they need to build a better life for themselves and for their families.


Colorado Landmark is proud to support this worthy cause within Boulder County and beyond!

A big thank you to everyone who participated!

Joel Ripmaster 

Jennifer Fly 

Scott Ripmaster

Meghan Bach 

Maria Scroggs 

Lynn Saul 

Jordan Saul-Peterson 

Mollee Brunk 

Elizabeth Burger

Vickie Slade 

David Scott 

5 Tips to Start Your Fall Refresh

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It’s Time For A Fresh Start

Forget January! For many of us, fall feels like the time for a fresh start! These crisp mornings make us feel the urge to get ourselves and our home in great shape. Autumn is the season of harvests, festivals, winter preparations and of course spectacular foliage.

5 Tips To Start Your Fall Refresh

1.  Fashion  Enthusiasts  Take  Note-
Do you have a nook in your house that could use a little styling? A hat rack will not only give organization to your collection of hats, but will also display your collection in a creative way.

2.  Fall  Yard  Care  to  Tackle-
Rake early and often, by catching leaves before snowfall, you can prevent a soggy mess in the spring.  Aerate the lawn to alleviate soil compaction and beautify your grass. Fall is the right time to fertilize, the payoff will come in the spring.

3.  Two  Words – Fall  Harvest – 
Thanks to our friends at Food & Wine magazine for this mouth-watering fall salad and it packed with antioxidants.

4.  Host  a  Fabulous Fall Party – 
Make sure your home is complete with autumn inspired decorations like leaves, acorns and pumpkins. Backyard campfire parties with picnic baskets full of
s’mores create the perfect setting for lots of laughs.

5. Organizing  School  Fundraisers – 
Today is the day to gather up all those BoxTops, ink cartridges and milk caps and get them ready to send to school. Get them gone and to where they can do some good!

Get Covered in Gold 
One of the best hikes to see fall colors is  Kenosha Pass. With the snow-capped Rockies in the distance and about a 90-minute drive from Denver, it makes for a perfect leaf-peeping day. Get there early to avoid the crowds!

Are you planning on moving this year?

If so, contact  Organization & Relocation. We provide an expert relocation concierge service that handles every last detail. We have perfected the art of transitioning clients from one beautiful home to the next. Are you hoping to implement a home organizing solution that finally works? We can help with that too!

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Check Out Colorado Landmark’s Very Own Meghan Bach in Ultra High End’s New Story!

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The Ultra High End’s New Story


No longer is ultra high-end real estate in the U.S. just about NYC and LA.

Beverly Hills, Manhattan and Miami, along with one or two other cities, have traditionally been the locus of the most expensive and most exclusive real estate in the U.S. Now, in an increasingly diverse geographic mix from Boston to Boulder, more properties align with what the industry calls the ultra or premier market. Uber prices in these locations might not number in the hundreds of millions of dollars, but they are the highest of that market. And, no matter the ZIP code, it’s likely that properties at the very top share similar attributes.

Worldwide, the number of millionaires and billionaires continues to grow, with the U.S. still accounting for the largest share of mega wealthy. “I think the change we are seeing in the growth in the ultra high-end is directly correlated to the growth of significant wealth in the world. More people have more significant money,” says Stephanie Anton, president of Luxury Portfolio International.

“Interestingly,” she says, “it’s diversifying too. In the U.S., no longer is the story just about NYC and LA. Bottom line, the shift in location is a change that influences the high end of the housing market and the demand for significant properties in a way we have never seen before.”

Photo courtesy iStockPhoto.com / Sean Pavone


Traditionally, the very top of the market in Boston was the purview of the city’s legendary Brahmins. But the revitalization of downtown neighborhoods and growth of tech and finance, along with globally recognized educational institutions, are revamping the high end in both the city and suburbs. In 2018, there were 82-percent more luxury property sales than in 2014. Not only are more properties considered high end, but new luxury towers mix with traditional blue-chip estates.


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Jonathan Radford with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in New England is representing the highest priced estate outside Central Boston. Woodland Manor is a $38 million property on more than 7 acres, five miles from the city centerline in Brookline. Photo courtesy of Boston Virtual Imaging.

The highest listing in the city is a $45 million penthouse occupying the entire 60th floor of the new Millennium Tower. Jonathan Radford with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in New England is representing the highest priced estate outside Central Boston. Woodland Manor is a $38 million property on more than 7 acres, five miles from city center in Brookline. “Over the past 5 years, we have seen consistent growth in the number of luxury property transactions outside of the city of Boston, in the range of 10 percent to 30 percent per year, with the exception of 2016, when a shortage of inventory resulted in a 2.7-percent decline in the number of luxury sales. In 2018, there were 58-percent more luxury property sales than in 2014,” explains Radford. “In the city, growth in the number of luxury transactions has exceeded 25 percent a year.”

Beverly Hills agent Joyce Rey, head of the Estates Division of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury, has brokered a number of record-setting transactions both regionally and nationally. “I never cease to be amazed at the constant ascension of real estate values. Any look in the rear view mirror at real estate values is always surprising because people realize and regret not buying more real estate. And it seems shocking today because when I founded Rodeo Realty in 1979, $1 million was a pretty major property.” The customary benchmark for luxury in many places has been $1 million. Now, in many locales, including Boulder, Colorado, the $1 million home is basically a redo. Boulder agents say luxury doesn’t begin until $2.5 million,
but even then, as Megan Bach with Colorado Landmark Realtors points out, “some homes are not necessarily luxury.” A more reliable gauge in Boulder, she says, is price per square foot, a measure often applied to premier markets in New York and California. She estimates luxury in Boulder begins at approximately $1,000 per square foot. The highest priced home currently on the market is a $9 million property on 15.42 acres outside of town with extensive views and strong indoor/outdoor connections. Having “great indoor views typically price bumps any home in any neighborhood here, as is the case in any view locale,” says Bach, emphasizing what might be a universal truth for uber luxury: No matter the location, the better the views and outdoor connections, the higher the price. 

Utah ay seem an unlikely spot for the ultra high-end, but prices now approach $10 million with the highest residential listing $26 million. Photo courtesy of Summit Sotheby’s International Realty.

“Sales over $10 million are very rare, but I think they are coming,” observes Debra Johnston, with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties. Photo courtesy of Debra Johnston.

Along Florida’s west coast, values in upscale resort locales traditionally trailed Miami or Palm Beach. Now, “prices for beachfront in Naples begin at $20 million,” says Tade Bua Bell of John R. Wood Properties. The recent sale of a gulf-front property in the exclusive Port Royal for $48 million illustrates how much demand has changed. The home was eventually torn down and replaced with new construction. Another property also in Port Royal and destined for a tear down sold for $28 million. In the ultra-sphere, a $10 million or $20 million tear down is not an anomaly.

The uber market in Atlanta starts around $5 million to $7 million for new construction. “Sales over $10 million are very rare, but I think they are coming,” observes Debra Johnson, with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties. “Buckhead is running out of large land lots, which is driving up the cost to build a dream house. The time it takes to build a new luxury home in the $5 million range could take up to 2 years. Many prospective buyers are instead buying the best flat lot they can find in a resale, and renovating the house to their taste level,” observes Johnson. In Atlanta, Los Angeles and other cities, lots suitable for prestige properties are at a premium.

In New York City, ultra luxury starts at $10 million, but Martin Eiden of Compass Real Estate says if you are looking for the “Wow factor” you have to be in the $18 to $40 million range. And anyone considering a trophy — what Eiden calls “I made it big” — property, generally has to look at $60 million and up. In the ultra-sphere, trophy properties often have over-the-top list prices. Greenwich, Connecticut, is a blue-chip bastion for prestige properties. Topping price points is a mid-country European style estate offered at $29.5 million, followed by a $22.5 million property, also in a premier estate setting. Old money locales tend to be timeless. In the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area, uber prices currently do not exceed
the $20 million mark. The exception is a $62 million estate in McLean, Virginia, on 3.2 acres overlooking the Potomac and comprised of a main residence and The Marden House, which was designed and constructed by Frank Lloyd Wright in 1959. Also extraordinary is underground parking for 30 cars, bespoke interiors by Thomas Pheasant and some of the finest views of the river in the region. In the ultra realm, truly singular properties, particularly those with provenance, often merit singular list prices. Parking for dozens of cars might seem over the top, but garage space and parking are both important to high net worth buyers, according to Rey. What else is considered a must-have? Smart home tech, larger closets, a gym, kitchens and great rooms that flow, screening and media rooms. But, Rey emphasizes, “Location is still the number one consideration for buyers.”

The increasing diversity of locations in properties at the highest price points is basically a numbers game: more buyers, greater degrees of wealth, and price appreciation in the overall market. Simply, there are more people in more locations with greater net worth. Utah is an unlikely spot for the ultra high-end, but prices now approach $10 million with the highest residential listing at $26 million. The market changed in 2016, according to Kerry Oman, with Summit Sotheby’s International Realty in Park City, who brokered the sale of a $13.5 million property in Provo Canyon, the highest-priced transaction in recent years. For the ultra market, the $5 million to $7 million range is typical, and $7 million to $10 million is no longer the exception, says Oman. In spite of growing national interest in Park City, demand for uber properties is most likely to come from home-grown wealth. In the ultra-realm, U.S. buyers dominate a majority of locations today. 

“A lot of money is coming out of Silicon Valley, and Seattle now. And we’re seeing a great migration of significant wealth to more resort markets like Hawaii, Florida and Texas, due to an aging affluent population and also attractive tax laws,” shares Anton. Taxes are only one driver for a new geographic mix of buyers in Florida and Georgia. Even before the tax law was passed, brokers like Bua Bell were reporting more interest from Colorado and California. Brokers in Naples and other cities are also seeing buyers from New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts and Connecticut. Johnson says there has been a big increase in out-of-state buyers in Georgia in the last year. Ultra-luxury buyers in Greenwich have broadened in terms of their use of these properties and what they are looking for, observes Robin Kencel with Compass Real Estate. Some plan to make Greenwich their fulltime residence. Others are looking for a weekend or a summer retreat. “As people discover Greenwich’s natural beauty, from having four beaches to 600-plus nature trails to a breadth of year-round activities and its sophisticated, diverse and wholesome vibe, it is becoming an attractive alternative to the Hamptons,” she says.

In the Washington D.C., metropolitan area, uber prices currently do not exceed the $20 million mark. The exception is a $62 million estate in McLean, Virginia. Photo courtesy of Gordon Beal. 

Sui generis is how some characterize the ultra market, but as distant and disconnected as it may seem, the ultra sector does not exist in a separate vacuum. “Everything’s fluid in luxury real estate,” says Gary Gold with Hilton & Hyland in Beverly Hills, noting it’s not like the stock market where there is a definite price at the closing bell. “It doesn’t work that way. There are so many nuances. In general, when you have record sales, when you have record numbers of sales, when you have lots of positive activity, it has an overall significant effect on everything,” he explains.

“The rise in significant prices is a reflection of demand but also is consistent with the rise we’re seeing in luxury prices across the board,” says Anton. “According to Realtor.com, in Q4 of 2018, prices in the top 5 percent of markets in 1,000 U.S. cities closed at an increase of 4.7 percent year over year. It’s a bit of that old saying, ‘a rising tide lifts all boats.’” With pricing heading into the stratosphere, an ultra purchase might seem capricious — a product of desire rather than a well thought
out choice. Instead, no matter the price, it’s still a question of value. Every once in a while a buyer might make a crazy purchase, but agents say that’s a very rare occurrence. Even though prices might be well into the tens of millions, Gold says, “It’s not about the money. It’s about how everyone wants to make a smart purchase, and no one wants to be a chump. For the most part, when they make that purchase, people want to feel they have made a prudent, valuable purchase. People who are worth a lot of money are very used to making very very expensive acquisitions, whether it’s in business or personal.

They know how to wrap their head around these very large purchases.” “These buyers are highly sophisticated consumers and active in multiple luxury asset classes, from cars to art to jewelry. They want to know that beyond enjoying their property, they have made a sound business decision,” says Kencel. Ultra properties might be extravgent and indulgent, but the ultra buyer’s focus is still value and investment. When there are several properties on the market at the highest prices, agents often say, “When one sells, the others will to.” Surprisingly, experience does validate this claim. “If you see homes that are setting new precedent, I think it definitely is an endorsement in an area and a price range,” says Gold. Several years ago, Gold broke the $100 million price point in Los Angeles with the sale of the Playboy Mansion. “No one ever sold something well over a $100 million. Since then, we’ve seen more really big sales than ever before. It’s definitely a validation of an area, and people get more comfortable spending more money, so it’s a good sign.” And the impact trickles down. “The second I sold something for $100 million, all of a sudden the $5 million listings are now worth more.”

This editorial originally appeared in  Unique Homes Ultimate ’19 Issue.   

Happy October from Colorado Landmark!

Thank you to all who attended the annual Colorado Landmark Oktober Fest at the Bohemian Biergarten last night! It is always wonderful to have such great company and smiling faces as these chilly fall nights set in! Here are some fun pictures from the event!

Good Beer, Good Friends

The Girls!

A Special Thanks to Joel and Jen for Taking Such Good Care of Us All Always!

Cheers to a Happy and Healthy Holiday Season Ahead!



Everyone Should Have One Warm Coat!

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Help Support The Saul Team’s Annual Coat Drive! 

Have you started your fall closet clean out? It’s already ramping up to be a chilly, harsh season. Help us help out the less fortunate and make someone smile this holiday season. Please donate your old, gently used coats and keep our neighbors hearts warm this winter.

One Warm Coat is a national non-profit organization that works to provide a free, warm coat to any person in need and raises awareness of the vital need for warm coats. The coats we collect will be distributed here in our local community, to any person in need, without charge, discrimination or obligation.

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For your convenience – place the coats in a bag labeled ‘One Warm Coat’ and put them on the curb – it’s that easy! *The Saul Team will be picking up bags marked for ‘One Warm Coat’ on October 19th between 10am-12pm.
If you don’t have a coat to donate, gently used winter boots, hats and gloves (especially children’s) are in great need too!

Call or text Lynn at 720-202-0081 to let us know you have items to pick up and we will add you to the route!

We will also have a collection box set up at the main Boulder office at 2350 Broadway Street, please ask Reilly at the front desk if you need assistance! 

Thank you for your help!




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Learn more about One Warm Coat by visiting www.onewarmcoat.org

Big Farm Equipment Auction – Haystack Ranch

Saturday, October 5, 2019  –  10:00 am
8003 No. 63rd  Street, Longmont, CO

From I-25 and Hwy. 119 (Exit 240), west 7.5 miles to Nelson Road.  Continue west for 4.5 miles to No. 63rd Street and head south for 2 miles to the
shared driveway at 8099. Go west in lane for 2/3 mile to 8003.

PREVIEW   FRIDAY   OCT. 4th    10:00 am – 3:00 pm


Kubota M9960 Tractor with LA1953 loader, front wheel assist, 381 hours

Kubota X1120D UTV, diesel

Ag Spray RTV Sprayer

Land Pride Scraper

Rhino Backhoe Attachment with 2 buckets, 3 point

Land Pride Posthole Digger, hydraulic

Land Pride Pallet Forks

Rhino Blade, 9 foot, 3 way, hydraulic

Krause Chisel, 3 point

Tool Bar, 3 point

Speeco Quick Hitch, Cat 2


Finish Line Trailer, 18 foot, tilt bed, twin axle

2 – Storage Pods

Sport Rack Receiver Hitch Rack


Carmobil Water Reel Irrigation System, diesel engine & pump, trailer mount, fuel barrel & stand

2 – Hunting Blinds, 18 foot on Titan Trailers (tiny houses)

Deer Blind

Duck & Goose Decoys

Shooting Range Gong & Frame, heavy duty

Caldwell Shooting Bench

America Kayak

Mounts – deer, elk, bear, mountain lion, wild boar

Hide Rugs – buffalo, elk, deer

Weightlifting Equipment


Expedition Tents, 4 season

Premium Down Expedition Suit

Premium Sleeping Bags

Hunting Equipment

Decoy Pull Boats

Skis, Poles & Gear

Golf Clubs


2 – Propane Stoves, single & double burner


.22-250 Rem – Hornady, Cor-Bon, Nosler, Federal, Winchester

.223 Rem – Federal, Winchester, Hornady, Black Hills, Fiocchi

.30-06 Springfield – Barnes, Hornady, Winchester

.22 Hornet – Hornady, Winchester

7mm Rem Mag – Winchester

7mm-08 – Barnes, Winchester, Doubletap, Federal, Norma, Hornady, Nosler

.243 Win – Winchester, Federal, Remington, Nosler

Leupold VX-3 Hunting Scope

Leupold VX-2 Target Scope

Leupold VX-3 Target Scope

Leupold VX-3 Target Scope, NIB

Bushnell Legent Hunt Scope, NIB

Bushnell Legend Binocular, NIB

Leica LRF800 Range Finder

Nikon Range Finder

Barska Spotting Scope

Aimpoint Comp M4 Tactical Scope, NIB


Country Tuff Log Splitter, 35 Ton cap

Titan Impact 440 Paint Sprayer

Dewalt 7000 Generator

Air Compressor

2 – Warn Winches, 1000# cap, electric

4 – Fulton Trailer Winches, 1800# cap

Jet Pump

Motor & Pump, 40 hp

Steel Shelf Unit

Stall Mats

Fencing Supplies

Coated Electric Wire

Fencing Wire, heavy duty

Gallagher Fiberglass Fencing Posts

Steel T Posts

Fencing Tape



DR Heavy Duty Brush Mower

DR String Mower

Husqvarna String Trimmer

Husqvarna Rancher Chain Saw, 20 inch

Hedge Trimmer

Leaf Blower

Garden Hoops

Landscaping Materials – boulders, stones

Gates, 8 & 12 foot

Post Driver



Garden Tools

DeWalt Chop Saw

Impact Wrenches

Open & Box End Wrenches

Log Chains & Cables

Drop Cords


Little Giant Type 1 Ladder

Step Ladder

Tie-down Straps

Trailer Jack Stands

HD Electrical Cords


Tankless Water Heater, NIB


Fire Hose

Safety Harness & Rope


Cedar Chest

Bissell Steam Cleaner

Packing Blankets


NOTE:   Haystack Ranch is moving and downsizing their operation.  This is a great opportunity to obtain some unique, near new items.   Plan to attend the preview on Friday from 10 – 3.  Questions can be directed to Gary at 970-309-4122.  Lunch will be available.   Plan to attend!

TERMS:   Payment required auction date with cash or good check.   NO PLASTIC!   Announcements auction date take precedence over written materials.

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6 Essential Fall Maintenance Tasks from Ken Peter and His Team at Pillar to Post Home Inspectors


6 Essential Fall Maintenance Tasks 

With autumn just around the corner, now is the perfect time for homeowners to get their property in shape and help avoid problems in the months ahead. Here are six key jobs to tackle before cold weather sets in.
1. Caulk around exterior door and window frames for a tight seal. Look for gaps where pipes and wiring enter the home and  caulk those as well. Not only does heat escape from these openings, but water can enter and damage underlying materials, and even cause structural damage.
2. Check the roof for missing or damaged shingles. Water, wind, ice and snow can cause serious damage to a vulnerable roof, leading to a greater chance of further damage inside the home. Always have a qualified professional inspect and repair the roof, but binoculars can be used to do preliminary survey from the ground.
3. Clear gutters of leaves, stick and other debris. If the home gets heavy leaf fall, this may need to be done more than once during the season. If the gutters can accommodate them, leaf guards can be real time-savers and prevent clogging. Check the joints between sections of the gutter, as well as between the gutter and downspouts, and make any necessary adjustments or repairs.
4. In cold-weather climates, garden hoses should be drained and stored indoors to protect them from the harsh winter elements. Shut off outdoor faucets and make sure exterior pipes are drained of water. Faucets and pipes can easily freeze and burst, causing leaks and increasing the potential for serious water damage.
5. Have the furnace inspected to ensure that it’s safe and in good working order. Most utility companies will provide basic, no-cost furnace inspections to their customers, but schedule early as there can often be a long waiting list as the weather cools down. Replace disposable furnace air filters or clean the permanent type according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Using a clean filter not only helps with interior air quality, it will help the furnace run more efficiently, saving money and energy.
6. A wood-burning fireplace can be a real pleasure on a chilly fall evening. For safety, have the firebox and chimney professionally cleaned before use this season. Creosote, a byproduct of wood burning, can build up to dangerous levels and cause a chimney fire that can spread to the rest of the house.
7. Drain, or better yet, have a professional blow out your sprinkler system BEFORE the first hard freezes to prevent damage to all components to your system and particularly your back flow preventer.
With these easy steps, your clients will enjoy the comforts of home all season long and know that they’re protecting their investment, too.
  • The Pillar To Post Inspection Report is generated on-site at the completion of the inspection, so your client won’t have to wait for the results.
  • All Pillar To Post inspectors carry E&O insurance to protect you, the referring agent.
  • Three different Home Inspection Packages to choose from that allow your client to select the range of services they prefer – click here to learn more. 
  • As North America’s leading home inspection company, Pillar To Post The Ken Peter Team is committed to providing the highest quality service to real estate professionals and their clients.
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