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  • By Ryan Young
  • Royal Oak, MI
  • Posted Saturday, May 28, 2016

Attic Inspections!

Inspecting exhaust vents, insulation, roof penetrations, and the roof vent:

Exhaust ventsInsulation inspectionInspecting roof penetrationsRoof vent from in the attic

Ryan Young, Licensed Residential Builder & Home Inspector

I am a licensed residential builder in the State of Michigan (ID #2102211191). I have been licensed as a builder for 5 years. This sets me apart as the State of Michigan does not license home inspectors. I have worked in the building and inspection industry for 14 years. I inspected hundreds of bank owned homes during the foreclosure crisis.

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