101 Questions Answered!
Word of the Day for Sunday, March 23, 2008
anathema \uh-NATH-uh-muh\, noun:
1. A ban or curse pronounced with religious solemnity by ecclesiastical authority, and accompanied by excommunication. Hence: Denunciation of anything as accursed.
Anathema comes from the Greek word meaning “a thing devoted,” especially a thing devoted to evil, hence “a curse,” from anatithenai, “to dedicate, to set up,” from ana, “up” + tithenai, “to place or put.”
“People with goals succeed because they know where they’re going.” Earl Nightingale
Who really and truly wants to help their ‘fella’ (dog or cat) in Pickens County, Ga? Think about all our friends out there that have ‘no one’! They are all alone and they didn’t ask for that. They are ‘man and woman’s’ best friend but sometimes, they have no friends…poor things. They love us and they need us, but sometimes, we are not there for them…that is where Pickens Animal Rescue comes in. They take in the ones they can, help them out, and help them get with a new family…wouldn’t you want to do them same thing? Help out the Pickens Animal Rescue. They need you – Today!
Come One – Come All and help the Pickens Animal Rescue in Jasper, Georgia – www.pickensanimalrescue.org
Southern Home Inspection Services, Inc. is locally owned and operated by Ken and Beth Compton. Ken and Beth live in Bent Tree and started Southern Home Inspection Services in 1997. We are going into our 11th year in the business and we have a ton of good clients and agents who refer us to their family, friends and their clients every day. We have 7 home inspectors on staff and they are located throughout the Metro Atlanta area. The inspectors do two inspections per day, one at 9am and one at 2pm, Monday through Saturday and sometimes on Sunday. We have an inspector who is our radon specialist and he also does our pool and hot tub inspections. The average inspection take about 3 hours, from start to finish, with the inspector printing the report on site, in color and including photos of issues found during the inspection. On resale property, the inspector is doing a visual inspection, looking for safety, function and structure and also for evidence of wood rot, termites, leaking insulated glass seals, etc. With New Construction, the inspector is doing a Code Compliance inspection, looking for building code violations, along with safety, function and structure. The report could be 15 to 20 pages and any issues found are pulled to the front to the summary page. The inspector also emails the report to the client and the agent once he gets home . The inspection is quoted per the features of the home and averages about $350.00. Please check out our web site at www.weinspect4u.com for more information.
Also check out our new blog at www.asktheatlantahomeinspector.com