Mold testing vs. Moisture Testing

- For the record, the Minnesota Department of Health does not recommend mold testing, and neither does the EPA. ..More

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Testing for radon? Close ALL of the windows, not just the basement windows

- The air leaking into and out of buildings is typically the result of small cracks and holes… but what happens when you open a window at the upper level? You have a huge hole. Opening windows at the upper levels actually has the potential to increase radon levels during a short-term test. With more air leaving, there is a greater stack effect and a home may actually pull more radon gases into the home. ..More

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Arrow-Breaker™ faucets are great, but there are two important things to know about them

- Check out the video clip below for more information on the benefits of this product, and for information on how to identify it. ..More

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New backflow preventer testing requirements for Minnesota

- 1 by a tester qualified in accordance with those standards.  The premise owner or responsible person shall have the backflow prevention assembly tested by a certified backflow assembly tester at the time of installation, repair, or relocation and not less than on an annual schedule thereafter, or more often where required by the Authority Having Jurisdiction. 4. The periodic testing shall be performed in accordance with the procedures referenced in Table 1401. 603. . 2 Testing ..More

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Q&A: When do smoke alarms need to be hardwired?

- It’s not a big investment, they’re easy to install, and they could save your life. If you’re not sure what type you have in your own home, you probably don’t have photoelectric. While photoelectric smoke alarms aren’t required in Minnesota (yet…), I urge everyone to put them in their home. Even if you rent, go buy some battery operated photoelectric smoke alarms and install them. Oh, and one more thing. . Ohio recently became the fifth state to require photoelectric smoke alarms; see the news story here ..More

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