Minnesota permit requirements for radon mitigation systems

- We’re all talking about the same thing. . Some call them Radon Reduction Systems, others call them Radon Control Systems. Side note: I’ve always called them radon mitigation systems ..More

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Magic wand? I’d change the home inspection contingency form.

- If I could wave a magic wand to make my job as a home inspector easier, I’d change the home inspection contingency form. . Dig ..More

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Q&A: Are anti-tip brackets required on ranges?

- Before I answer that question, I better explain what an anti-tip bracket is. It’s about what you might imagine, and they come in a few different styles. Here’s one of them:. . In short, it’s an aptly-named device that keeps a range from tipping over ..More

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Water heater replacement: pros and cons of tankless water heaters

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

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Are home inspectors required to move ceiling panels?

- No explanations needed, right?. While home inspection Standards of Practice do not require home inspectors to move ceiling panels on dropped ceilings, does this mean they shouldn’t? No. I move ceiling panels all the time, provided I can easily lift them and easily drop them back into place. Here are a few fun defects that we’ve found. . I’ve long joked that dropped ceilings were invented for the sole purpose of hiding electrical defects ..More

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