Apparently the decision to use the exterior door as an egress has been shelved.
How many parts can we find that don't match: Square box + octagon +
Best Inspection, Inc.
How cool is this? Probably not very.
I don't need no new condensor!
Countryside Home Inspections, LLC
The traffic cone may have worked if the downspout wasn't crushed.
Thomas P. Dabb
Immaculate Home Inspections
Here's how this homeowner keeps the main breaker from tripping all the time. Very dangerous.
The support post is resting on an old "toaster oven." Is this a sign the foundation framing is ... toast?
"Sporky" the electrician was here
The seller has used plastic "sporks" to defeat the solenoid of the irrigation pump. It was effective, but hardly a safe application.
Roger S. Herdt
Herdt Home Inspections
"Has anyone seen my beach towel?" Unfortunately, this homeowner's repair didn't stop the ceiling from getting wet.
B-Sure Inspections, LLC
Mt. Pleasant, S.C.
Here's a no-brainer drain formula: Mix ABS pipe with PVC pipe, add an S-trap and a ribbed section, and, oh yeah, don't forget the automotive radiator hose!
The BrickKicker of St. Louis
St. Louis, Mo.
Here is a large relic of a heating unit and the tag from a heating repairman. It is an oil fired radiant heating unit that is a pain to maintain and clean. The serviceman apparently had been here before and was not happy. He notes on the tag: "What did I do to deserve this relic again?" I laughed so hard.
Advantage Home Inspections
It'll be easy to clean, just mop it up
This gives new meaning to a tile roof! Evidently, they liked the floor tile so well, they decided to put in on the roof also. No one told them the 1" grout lines are a thing of the past!
Arizona Building Analysts, Inc.