Flashlight Review: Fenix UC35v2.0

- Like every other flashlight that I own, this flashlight is powered by the 18650 lithium-ion battery. . What’s especially nice about this flashlight is that it includes a 3500 mAh battery, which helps to ensure proper performance and runtime ..More

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Banging pipes are caused by water hammer

- . This banging is referred to as ‘water hammer’, and as you might imagine, it can lead to damaged water lines ..More

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Should home inspectors trample insulation? No.

- That’s when I remembered the plumbing vent. Later on in the day, the sellers were furious about the leak and said that they used this tub every day. When I had felt the plumbing vent move, what I felt was the plumbing vent push down enough to disconnect the slip-joint at the bathtub. I was skeptical, but I went over my photos from the house to try to figure out what could have happened. . That leak was my fault, and it was a very expensive mistake. Ouch. Turns out we were wrong ..More

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Gas Appliance Connectors

- 1. 3. . Also, the Minnesota code standards for gas appliance connectors can be found in the Minnesota State Fuel Gas Code under section 411 ..More

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Socks or shoes for the home inspector?

- To be clear, when I say shoes, I’m talking about indoor shoes. No professional home inspector will wear their outdoor shoes inside of a house under normal circumstances. There’s no right answer to this, but there are valid arguments for both sides. See below. . I have to qualify that, because I’ve been in many houses where I definitely wouldn’t want to soil my indoor shoes by wearing them inside the house ..More

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