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141. H. NOTICE REGARDING CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS: 142. MN Statute 299F.51 requires Carbon Monoxide Detectors to be located within ten (10) feet from all sleeping 143. rooms. Carbon Monoxide Detectors may or may not be personal property and may or may not be included in the 144. sale of the home. 145. I. WATER INTRUSION AND MOLD GROWTH: Studies have shown that various forms of water intrusion affect many 146. homes. Water intrusion may occur from exterior moisture entering the home and/or interior moisture leaving the 147. home.
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Examples of exterior moisture sources may be • improper flashing around windows and doors,
• improper grading,
• flooding, • roof leaks.
Examples of interior moisture sources may be
• plumbing leaks,
• condensation (caused by indoor humidity that is too high or surfaces that are too cold),
• overflow from tubs, sinks, or toilets,
• firewood stored indoors,
• humidifier use,
• inadequate venting of kitchen and bath humidity,
• improper venting of clothes dryer exhaust outdoors (including electrical dryers),
• line-drying laundry indoors,
• houseplants—watering them can generate large amounts of moisture.
163. In addition to the possible structural damage water intrusion may do to the property, water intrusion may also result 164. in the growth of mold, mildew, and other fungi. Mold growth may also cause structural damage to the property. 165. Therefore, it is very important to detect and remediate water intrusion problems. 166. Fungi are present everywhere in our environment, both indoors and outdoors.Many molds are beneficial to humans. 167. However, molds have the ability to produce mycotoxins that may have a potential to cause serious health problems, 168. particularly in some immunocompromised individuals and people who have asthma or allergies to mold. 169. To complicate matters, mold growth is often difficult to detect, as it frequently grows within the wall structure. If you 170. have a concern about water intrusion or the resulting mold/mildew/fungi growth, you may want to consider having 171. the property inspected for moisture problems before entering into a purchase agreement or as a condition of your 172. purchase agreement. Such an analysis is particularly advisable if you observe staining or any musty odors on the 173. property. 174. J. NOTICE REGARDING PREDATORY OFFENDER INFORMATION: Information regarding the predatory 175. offender registry and persons registered with the predatory offender registry under MN Statute 243.166 176. may be obtained by contacting the local law enforcement offices in the community where the property is 177. located or the Minnesota Department of Corrections at (651) 361-7200, or from the Department of Corrections 178. web site at www.corr.state.mn.us.
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