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Smith's Creek Michigan History:
Pioneer families began settling in the St. Clair County and the now Smiths Creek area in the early 1800’s. The fertile wilderness land that was close to bodies of water provided bountiful resources and opportunities for early settlers. Smiths Creek was established in the 1860’s, when it got its first post office. The village was also a station for the Grand Trunk Railroad. Legend has it, that a young Thomas Edison was kicked off at the Smiths Creek station for causing a fire while experimenting with chemicals.
Smith's Creek Michigan Geography:
Smith’s Creek is about 15 miles southwest of Port Huron. Smiths Creek is located in St. Clair County, inside of Kimball Township. The elevation of Smiths Creek is 633 feet.
Homes, Buildings, Property Structures, & Home Inspections:
Smiths Creek offers homebuyers a variety of different styles of homes to purchase. There are historic homes, ranch style homes, modern homes and more. For homebuyers or home sellers of historic homes, it is important to include an asbestos and lead inspection during their home inspection. For modern homes, it is encouraged that the home owners or home buyers include a radon and mold inspection during their home inspection.
With Smiths Creek having such a long-standing history there is a variety of buildings, property, houses, and homes it has to offer. Each home and house has its unique challenges when doing a home inspection. Your home inspector should be well versed in the different kinds of homes, buildings, property, and houses in the area. When doing a home inspection your home inspector should be thoroughly checking mold, radon, water testing, sewer line, lead, asbestos, pests, pool/spa, structural engineering, structure components, roof, plumbing, electrical, foundation, well water, well, septic, and more where applicable. Not every house, home, building, and property will need the home inspector to perform all of these inspections. Your home inspector should do these inspections only when necessary. When buying or selling a home in Smiths Creek or any community, your home inspector should be well qualified to do home inspections.