Sewer inspections: old homes or all homes?

- As a home ages, the potential for sewer problems increases. My sewer inspection guy, Joseph Whitters, aka Sewer Joe, aka Dr. It’s not true. I used to believe that problems with building sewers were almost non-existent for newer, plastic drain lines. . Each one of these drain lines requires an expensive repair that I would absolutely not want to get stuck with as a home buyer. J, has shared a bunch of sewer inspection videos with me over the past year showing failed, relatively newer sewer lines. I put together a short video of these defects, along with some commentary from Sewer Joe ..More

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Home inspection report summary: yes or no?

- I believe that my clients appreciate report summaries, and I know that I would appreciate this if I were buying a home. If I’m paying a professional for their opinion, I want to know what they thought was the most important. ..More

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Fire separation between the garage and house; don’t say firewall

- . FIRE WALL. A fire-resistance-rated wall having protected openings, which restricts the spread of fire and extends continuously from the foundation to or through the roof, with sufficient structural stability under fire conditions to allow collapse of construction on either side without collapse of the wall ..More

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Carbon monoxide = CO (houses don’t need CO2 detectors)

- Mono = 1, Di = 2. . False: Carbon Monoxide is also called CO2. Carbon Dioxide is CO2. Carbon Monoxide is CO. Just don’t tell the folks at Walmart; they actually have a section on their website where they sell “carbon dioxide” alarms ..More

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Flashlight review: Fenix TK72R

- The good news is that it comes with a nice heavy-duty carrying case, and it slips in and out of the case quite easily. . Good stuff. I think the “TK” in the model number probably has something to do with “tactical”, but in this case, I’ll assume it means tank. It’s too big and too heavy. This definitely isn’t the type of flashlight that you slip into your pocket. The case also has a velcro strap to keep the flashlight from falling out ..More

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