Where To Look For Gas Leaks

- The one home inspection item that consistently causes home buyers to ‘freak out’ more than anything else is a gas leak.  Today I’ll share the most common locations for gas leaks, and I’ll share my home inspection techniques for finding gas leaks in old Minneapolis and Saint Paul homes.   Believe it or not, small gas leaks are actually quite common at old houses, and they’re usually simple for a plumber to fix. ..More

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Toilet Repair – Fixing An Improper Air Gap On A Ballcock

- This is a very common defect, and the repair usually only takes a few seconds.   Click the diagrams for larger images.   The diagrams below show what the two most common ball cocks should look like when properly installed, and the video below shows how to adjust a ballcock made by Fluidmaster, which is the most common one used today. ..More

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Boilers Vs. Furnaces

-   While newer homes with properly designed furnaces can have variable speed blower motors that cut down on noise, boilers are always silent. The other big advantage that boilers have over furnaces is that they’re silent. It’s usually a matter of air in the lines. .   If I inspect a home with a boiler and I hear gurgling or bubbling in the pipes, I know there’s a problem with the system and I tell my clients to have it fixed ..More

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Things You Should Know Before Starting Home Inspection Training

- Other items your training should cover include writing pre-inspection agreements and inspection reports, inspecting commercial properties, radon and mold inspection training, using drones during inspections, and starting and marketing a home inspection business. ..More

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All About Mold

- When the airborne spores, which are invisible to the naked eye, land and come into contact with moisture, mold begins to grow. Molds reproduce through tiny seed-like spores that float through the air. The key to controlling indoor mold is controlling moisture inside the house. . Although there are many types of mold, none will grow without dampness or moisture ..More

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