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pittston home inspection: Attic Condensation - 04/10/10 01:53 PM
A common problem that is seen on inspections is attic damage from condensation and/or poor ventilation. This problem is much more common than people think and can be easily remedied/prevented for relatively little cost to the homeowner. Frequent occurrences take place when bath fans aren't vented to the outside, soffit vents are blocked with insulation, or inadequate insulation in the attic space. There are several approaches that a homeowner can take to prevent this from becoming a problem. The first thing is to make sure that all ventilation points terminate to the outside. This includes bath fans and plumbing vents. Another (3 comments)
pittston home inspection: Dryer Vents - 11/12/09 05:39 AM
One very small but important item that is included in every inspection is the dryer vent. Every year fires are started from a lack of maintenance with this particular item. Some people feel that cleaning the lint screen is sufficient. This is far from correct. The actual vent that leads to the outside is where most blockages occur. This happens when the moist warm air from your dryer escapes with lint from the clothing. The damp lint is in perfect condition to stick to the walls of the vent pipe and eventually itself which deters proper venting. Several industry leaders recommend (6 comments)
pittston home inspection: Carbon Monoxide - 10/04/09 07:48 PM
Now that the heating season is approaching several areas of concern arise. The main one being carbon monoxide exposure. The best way to approach this potential problem is by having your fuel burning heat source serviced at least once a year. This service should not only be for cleaning, but also determine proper operation and a carbon monoxide test should be performed. This service is offered by many local HVAC contractors and is rather inexpensive for having proactive maintenance to your system. Carbon Monoxide has many hidden dangers to a persons' health. For this reason alone I am offering carbon monoxide (0 comments)
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