Reuben's Home Inspection Blog
Something that seems to universally freak people out when buying a home is learning that work was done to the home without appropriate permits being pulled.[...]read more
For anyone buying or selling a home in Minnesota after August 1st, 2016, heads up: there's a new Inspection Contingency form.[...]read more
I blogged about the new Minnesota plumbing code earlier this year, but one new change that I never mentioned is the requirement for water hammer arresters.[...]read more
When performing a short-term radon test, ALL of the windows in a home need to be closed, per EPA protocol for short-term radon testing.[...]read more
I first shared news of the Minnesota Radon Licensing Act on my blog over a year ago, but a fair amount has changed since then.[...]read more
The potential roadblocks to selling a home with missing permits might be either during the buyers inspection or during a required city inspection. [...]read more
Most of the home inspectors that I know go out of their way to get acquainted with knowledgeable professionals, and we're happy to refer them.[...]read more
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This is a blog about home inspections and home related topics in the Minneapolis / Saint Paul areas. I try to focus on topics and issues, rather than stories and anecdotes... but you'll still find a few of those. To subscribe to this blog, sign up below.
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