Which smoke alarm to buy

- CO alarms work just fine when installed high on the wall or on the ceiling. . I’ve heard people complain that combination alarms are no good because carbon monoxide alarms are supposed to be installed low to the ground, but that’s not true. If you’re installing your smoke alarm in the hallway outside of the bedrooms, it makes sense to get a smoke/CO combination alarm ..More

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Do Inspectors Walk on Roofs During Home Roof Inspections?

- Other than the obvious safety risks of climbing up and down a ladder or crossing a sloped roof, there are times when inspecting the roof from on top isn’t possible, such as during heavy rains or snow. Home inspectors should never be expected to risk being injured while conducting inspections. ..More

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Q&A: “How much snow is safe for my roof?”

- If you have ice dams, however, removing the snow is the good thing to do. Use a roof rake or hire someone to do it professionally. ..More

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Controlling Window Condensation

- Some people may choose wood if they didn’t have a previous condensation problem with the old windows. New houses are built so tight that they often have condensation on the windows, and the construction process can add to that when the newer studs and other wood components temporarily release moisture into the air.   However, I’ve seen times when homeowners get condensation for the first time with new windows because the old windows were so drafty.  The new windows are better at trapping air, which means fewer air changes per hour, which means a more humid house and a new problem. ..More

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Visible changes to radon testing in Minnesota

- . Today, I’ll try to address those questions that I know will start coming. Other changes, however, will be quite visible to anyone having their home tested, and will surely raise a lot of questions. Licensing for radon testing has arrived in Minnesota, and with that comes a lot of red tape. A lot of these changes are boring behind-the-scenes reporting and documentation changes that only matter to radon testers ..More

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