I found this frog in a crawl space. This particular crawl space has some ground water issues.
Boyd Meyer Premier Advantage Home Inspections, Inc. Clinton, Utah
Plumber: 1; Electrician: 0 Here is an electrical sub-panel I could not get at. Maybe the plumber and electrician did not get along, so the plumber won.
Jay de Wolf de Wolf Inspection Services Burlingame, Calif.
Tilty as charged “Architect? Who needs to waste money using an architect?”
Lon Grossman Technihouse Inspections, Inc. Bloomfield Hills, Mich.
All wrong I inspected this furnace in a newly remodeled house. That is a single-wall vent pipe in the attic, sealed with duct tape, attached to the framing with electrical cord and terminating in a turbine vent. In the bottom photo, you can see the clearance issues with the temperature control and the wall. The whole thing is wrong!
Timothy Hemm Eagle Home Inspections Yucaipa, Calif.
One temp fits all This is that new shower head where apparently one temperature suits all. Notice there is no water control valve on the wall. The red knob turns the water on. Permits and approvals, anyone?
Gerard Poster Arrow Environmental Services, Inc. Jackson, N.J.
Fido furnace Is your dog looking for his dish? Well, we found the dog food dish being used to cover the duct port to the furnace.
Brenda Julian Full Service Property Inspections, LLC Clinton, Ohio
A little spare time This is not a postcard from the field, it’s my own house. I was just having a little fun. I call it: “Poor man’s fire sprinkler system. Kid-approved. Wife-disapproved.”