Inspect & Detect’s mission is to provide their customers with a Fair & Honest Home Inspection and to ease their minds when making the most expensive purchase of their life.
Inspect & Detect Home Inspections typically range from 2 to 4 hours long depending on the size of the house and we would encourage you to follow along during the inspection to answer any questions you may have.
Croton Gorge Park is a 97-acre property at the base of the Croton Dam and affords impressive views of the dam and spillway. The park is a popular spot for fishing, picnicking and hiking, with direct trail access to New York State’s Old Croton Aqueduct, which begins here. In winter, the park is a favorite spot for cross-country skiing and sledding.
Sylvan Glen is a nature preserve of nearly 200 acres, owned by the Town of Yorktown. It is a heavily wooded park with wetlands that include Westchester’s largest aquifer. The remains of the Mohegan Quarries give a look back into the history of the granite construction business of a century ago. There are several marked trails of varying lengths that bring you to the old quarries, along old roads, and to remains of old buildings.
Thousands of people in New York buy, sell or refinance their home every month. Many of these transactions involve a simple line item for an appraisal. Even though there are a developing number of automated home valuation processes that may appear to be more economical than an appraisal, almost all lenders still need a local expert because the stakes are very high. You might think that securing a mortgage is the only reason to acquire an appraisal, but there are other times when the services of a licensed, independent real estate professional might be helpful.
For years, mortgage lenders and consumers, as well as other real estate professionals have relied on the expertise of Robert Pasacrita to provide high-quality valuations on a wide variety of real estate in Westchester County. By continuously analyzing local real estate trends in Westchester County and refreshing his knowledge regarding valuation techniques through accredited courses, Robert has been consistently able to deliver reliable home valuations for people just like you.
My name is Bill and I’m the owner of Spotless Cleaning Systems. Congratulations for coming to my website.
OUR GOAL is to provide you a healthy clean home.
Why Choose A Cleaning Service Versus An Individual?
We are fully insured. Individuals typically are not.
We send a team and get in and out of your home in a short time. An individual is just that. One person that spends many hours in your home.
We provide all of the equipment and cleaning supplies necessary to complete your cleaning. You never have to worry about having cleaning supplies on hand.
Selling your home? Need help keeping it clean and tidy?
We can help you make your home look it’s best for showings! We offer cleaning, organizing, debris removal and can arrange for donations of your items to charity.
Gift Certificates Are A Great Gift!
Consider a Spotless Cleaning Gift Certificate for anyone who might like or need a little extra help. An elderly person…New Mom…House warming gift…Mother’s Day…Someone recovering from a hospital stay.
We are a detail oriented company. We have high standards of self-imposed expectations as to what our clients should receive from a cleaning company. We want you to be satisfied.
When you choose Spotless Cleaning Systems to clean your home, you can trust that your home will be cleaned with great care and to your complete satisfaction. Our company is family owned and operated. We live and work in the Hudson Valley.
This property is a 208-acre natural preserve bordered by the New York City reservoir property and the North County Trailway, which runs along the eastern edge.The park features native woodland and open fields, where butterflies and migrating birds can be seen in abundance in late spring.
It’s all very well saying that the Farm at Purdy’s Farmer and the Fish is committed to locally grown food, but how many times have you heard that from a restaurant? However, unlike most restaurants they have two unique assets. First they have access to 2 acres of land next to Farmer & the Fish and second, the chef/farmer/partner of Farmer and The Fish Michael studied agriculture at SUNY Cobleskill. Starting their own farm and producing really local food just makes sense. They want to keep visitors up-to-date with news about their farm and the produce they are growing, so come back again soon!