New Safety Requirements for Bath Tub Faucets in Minnesota

- The newest version of the Minnesota State Plumbing Code, published electronically on November 13, 2012, now requires a safety device to be installed on bath tub faucets to help reduce the potential for serious scalding injury. .  Here’s the exact text, which comes from section 4715. 1240 of the Minnesota State Plumbing Code: ..More

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An Over-sized Furnace Will Not Heat Your House Better

-  This is not a good thing, and will lead to premature failure of the furnace. When a furnace constantly cycles on and off, the life of the furnace is dramatically reduced. .  Heat exchangers on furnaces fail from the metal heating and cooling repeatedly; when a furnace is over-sized, the furnace turns on and off constantly, putting all ‘city miles’ on the furnace.  The best analogy I can think of is a car with all city miles and no highway miles.  City miles involve a lot of starting and stopping, which is what puts a lot of wear on a vehicle.  Guaranteed ..More

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Chewed Up Plumbing Vent Flashing

- Replacement caps can be ordered online from F. .  If you want to go crazy with your repair so the cap never gets destroyed again, check out this permanent solution by Kuhl’s Contracting. J. Moore, which is a company located in Cannon Falls, MN ..More

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Professional AC Maintenance

- Adding refrigerant when needed is probably the most important item on this list, and it’s the one that may directly affect a homeowners pocketbook. ..More

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Five Common Sump System Defects

-  The discharge tube from the sump system should terminate at a point where the water will drain away from the building. When a sump pump discharges water right up against the house at the exterior, where does the water go?  Right back down in to the sump system!  While this might seem to be extremely obvious, experience has told me that it might not be, because this is a very common defect. ..More

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