AmeriSpec Home Inspection Service and Sunset Books Compile Years of Expertise and Knowledge into one Complete Home Repair Manual
MENLO PARK, CA—Sunset Books and AmeriSpec partner together to publish a brand new, completely revised edition of the AmeriSpec Home Repair Manual. Distributed through AmeriSpec and available in March, this essential guide provides year-round advice for seasonal home maintenance, quick instructions on everything from freeing clogged drains to replacing damaged exterior siding, and assists homeowners in deciding whether to make the necessary fixes or hire a professional.
Special features of this exceptional book include an introductory section that highlights home safety and the responsibilities of homeownership, step-by step photography throughout, and individual chapters dedicated to each system in the home. The AmeriSpec Home Repair Manual includes a seasonal maintenance chart, which helps keep track of routine measures—valuable information than aims to prevent major repairs later on. With advice and input from AmeriSpec’s highly trained, certified inspectors, this new book is designed to help new owners diagnose and solve many common household ailments that can be repaired by a determined homeowner.
AmeriSpec was incorporated in 1987 in Orange County, CA and began offering home inspection franchises in 1988. AmeriSpec is the most trusted name in home inspection today and continues to set standards for the industry. Since its inception, AmeriSpec has conducted in excess of 1.5 million inspections. In 1996, AmeriSpec joined ServiceMaster's Consumer Service Division as a wholly owned subsidiary of American Home Shield, the oldest and largest provider of home warranty contracts. Today, over 350 independently owned and operated businesses conduct in excess of 150,000 AmeriSpec inspections annually in the U.S. and Canada.
Sunset Books, headquartered in Menlo Park, CA, and AmeriSpec have a publishing relationship spanning fifteen years.