Reveal Pro: a home inspector’s review

- This is an awesome thermal camera, and the price is right. . I still prefer my E6, but for a fraction of the price at only $699, the Reveal Pro delivers better value. This is a great entry-level thermal imaging camera for home inspectors or anyone else who could use a pocket-sized, high-resolution thermal imaging camera ..More

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Controlling boxelder bugs: a discussion with BOGO Pest Control

- We’ll see :-). Scott sprayed all around my house and guaranteed me that I wouldn’t have boxelder bugs in my house this fall. ..More

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Minnesota home inspector training event with Allison A. Bailes III, PhD.

- Bailes III, PhD. For this upcoming seminar, I’ve asked him to put together a specific list of speaking topics; mostly stuff that he has already written about, and stuff that I think Minnesota home inspectors would be interested in hearing more about. He’s the author of the Energy Vanguard Blog, a blog that I’ve linked to numerous times over the years, and that I read religiously. I’m delighted to announce an upcoming Minnesota home inspector training event with Allison A. . He’s opinionated about energy, and he writes about a lot of interesting stuff ..More

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4 Wintertime Roof Issues that Inspectors Should Be Prepared to Spot

- When it’s installed correctly, it keeps heat inside the living area where it belongs. When it’s not, it can create condensation issues in winter. For such a basic building material, insulation stumps a lot of homeowners. ..More

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Can you install a high-efficiency furnace with only one pipe?

- High-efficiency furnaces come with two pipes; one pipe brings combustion air directly into the furnace and mixes it with fuel. The other pipe exhausts the combustion gases directly to the outdoors. Both of these pipes are directed to the outdoors at about 95% of the furnaces that I inspect in Minnesota. . A two-pipe system like this is called a direct-vent appliance. In these systems, the furnace obtains all of its combustion air directly from the outdoors and exhausts the combustion byproducts directly to the outdoors ..More

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