InventHelp Inventor Develops Electronic Device for Advanced Home Inspections (LAX-1612)
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PITTSBURGH, May 21, 2024 ~ Burbank, Calif. - A realtor from Burbank, California has recently invented a portable electronic device that aims to revolutionize the home inspection process. The inventor, who wishes to remain anonymous, has named the invention the "ELAINE T DE GUZMAN INVENTION."

According to the inventor, the idea for this device came from their own experience in the real estate industry. "I thought there should be a portable electronic device for advanced home inspections," they stated. "So I invented the ELAINE T DE GUZMAN INVENTION."

The device is designed to read through interior walls, providing users with a clear view of the interior cavity of any wall. This allows for a thorough inspection of plumbing piping, electrical wiring, and structural wood studs. The inventor believes that this will greatly increase visual reference during a home inspection and could potentially offer an alternative to hiring a home inspection services contractor.

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The compact design of the invention makes it easy to use and is ideal for home buyers, investors, and developers. It has already caught the attention of InventHelp's Los Angeles sales office and is currently available for licensing or sale to manufacturers or marketers.

For more information on this groundbreaking invention, interested parties can contact InventHelp at their Los Angeles office or visit their website at The original design can be found by writing to Dept. 22-LAX-1612 at 100 Beecham Drive, Suite 110 in Pittsburgh, PA 15205-9801 or by calling (412) 288-1300 ext. 1368.

This innovative invention is set to change the game in home inspections and could potentially save buyers time and money in the long run. With its user-friendly design and advanced capabilities, it is sure to make waves in the real estate industry.
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