A home inspector’s review of the Corentium Pro radon monitor

- The batteries are supposed to be replaced annually, ideally at the same time that the unit is calibrated.  We also need to make sure that we’re not plugging our monitors into switched outlets (ask me how I know). This device is powered by three AA batteries, which are supposed to be good for 18 months. . The power cords for our existing monitors also get damaged and occasionally left on site, so we’re always having to purchase replacement power cords. The radon monitors that we currently use all need to be plugged in. All of that hassle is eliminated with the Corentium Pro. This means that we need to keep an extension cord with every radon monitor. I absolutely love this feature ..More

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CSST bonding requirements (another update)

- 2. ” The revised edition of the same codebook has been reworded to say the following: “7.  For the record, that section of the fuel gas code equates to section 310. . 13. There has been some confusion on this topic because early editions of the 2015 International Fuel Gas Code said the following: “7. 1 The bonding jumper shall connect to a metallic pipe or fitting between the point of delivery and the first downstream CSST fitting. 1 The bonding jumper shall connect to a metallic pipe, pipe fitting, or CSST fitting. 1. 2. Where does CSST need to be bonded, inside or outside of the house? It’s safe to have CSST bonded either inside or outside the house. ” That’s the language I’ll use. 13. 1 of the Minnesota Fuel Gas Code, which uses the 2012 International Fuel Gas Code. In other words, our relatively new code language is already outdated ..More

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Are home inspectors required to move ceiling panels?

- . In short, I believe it’s good practice for home inspectors to lift dropped ceiling panels, and most probably do, but this is not a requirement ..More

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Dear Home Seller, please let me into your attic

- . This will help to make sure that the buyers are aware of this limitation, and will prevent last-minute phone calls during the home inspection. If you are not OK with any of these requests or there are any other conditions that might prevent me from inspecting your attic, please let the buyer’s agent know as soon as possible ..More

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Water heater replacement: pros and cons of tankless water heaters

- . Instead of taking up a big chunk of floor space, tankless water heaters get mounted on a wall. One obvious benefit to a tankless water heater is its smaller size ..More

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