Oswego Home Inspector
Welcome to our Oswego home inspector section. Gary Monfeli and his team of licensed home inspectors are ready to complete a detailed home inspection in Oswego or the surrounding communities for you. The entire The Home Inspection Man team can answer all of your home inspection questions, even those questions you may have as a result of a home inspection completed by another Oswego home inspector.
Each member of The Home Inspection Man team is a certified home inspector by the American Society of Home Inspectors. Additionally, the entire team completes two times the number of continuing education courses required by Illinois for continuing to be a licensed home inspector.
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Information from Wikipedia:
Oswego is a village in Kendall County, Illinois, United States. As of the 2005 census, the village population was 23,089. Its population has nearly doubled since 2000, as the Chicago suburbs expanded westward into the area. It is currently the most populated town whose borders are within Kendall County.
The town was chosen as a location for the Fox TV series Prison Break in the episode "Manhunt". They used the Alexander Lumber building for most of the shoot. This could have been because the town's name serves as wordplay on the name that contains "as we go". However, the town's portrayal, specifically the bustling downtown scene, was largely inaccurate.