by Pat Kapowich, Realtor®
A Trusted Name in Silicon Valley Real Estate since 1998
“After being involved in hundred of inspections for Silicon Valley Buyers and Sellers clients, we added an interview series dedicated to “red-flag” issues for consumers and agents.” Pat Kapowich, Realtor®
The return of “The Garrison Brothers” to “Kapowich on Real Estate: “Structural Engineer Tim & Contractor Mark Garrison Additions, remodeled; water in the crawlspace; foundation undermining; cracks in the foundation. (Part 1 Show #225 and Part 2 Show #226)
Tim Garrison is the structural engineer and Contractor Mark Garrison, the construction firm owner.
Show# 225 Additions, remodeled; water in the crawlspace; foundation undermining; cracks in the foundation. (Part 1 Show #225 and Part 2 Show #226)
Menu of Program:
2:30 Expanding the footprint of an existing home. Adding a room addition.
9:25 Permitting Requirements, Planning Departments, and Building Departments.
12:00 How a homeowner starts the process of adding on to a home.
14:15 Past, present or future second story add-ons.
19:30 The important and forgotten crawlspace, post and pier.
21:00 The often ignored crawlspace and foundation.
Water intrusion into the crawlspace.
24:00 Wavy floors and why.
Cracks in sheetrock or plaster and why.
Mark Garrison, Principal
MG Constructors & Engineers, Inc.
15650 Vineyard Blvd.,Suite A, #232
Morgan Hill, CA 95037
Tim K. Garrison, P.E.
1500 E. College Way, #515
Mount Vernon, WA 98273
Facebook Page: The Real Tim Garrison
LinkedIn: Tim K. Garrison
Websites: TimKGarrison.com; BuildersEngineer.com
Pat Kapowich, Realtor®
Certified Real Estate Brokerage Manager (CRB)
Accredited Buyer’s Representative® (ABR)
Certified Residential Specialist (CRS)
Graduate, Realtors® Institute (GRI)
Seniors Real Estate Specialist® (SRES)
California Real Estate Broker License (CalBRE)
A Trusted Name in Real Estate since 1988.
Broker Lic. #00979413
Kapowich Real Estate
Pat’s “Market Wise” real estate Q&A advice column runs in the Pulitzer Prize-winning San Jose Mercury News on the first and third Sunday. Look for it in a Bay Area News Group newspaper near you.