This is a true “s” trap. Don't use the right side sink! He had all the parts, just lost the assembly instructions.
Ted Greenberg HouseInspect Media, Pa.
Yes, the sign does read “Main Breaker” and yes, that is a 3"x3" post blocking the panel-door access. Those pesky kids won’t be shutting off the power on Halloween again. No, siree.
Chuck Gabriels InspectionsRus Duarte, Calif.
Location, location, location
I searched all over the basement trying to find the main electrical panel. I finally found it behind the mirror that is over the bath sink. Electrical panels are never to be in a bathroom, as per ICC code. It could be a shocking situation.
Seth Hurlbert Hurlbert Home Inspection, LLC Centreville, Va.
I found a tire jack being used for structural support in a crawlspace.
Normally, I tell clients to trim back the overhanging trees to protect the roof. In this case, one loose branch never made it that far! What are the odds on that? It looked like about 9-11 inches of the branch had traveled straight down the drain waste vent."
Rick Michalicek Moore Home Inspection Services St. Louis, Mo.
If you use this door, PLEASE do not open it all the way and do not raise your arms!
Natalie DiMauro Rich Madore Pillar To Post Newington, Conn.
When I reported a leak in the roof that needed repair, this is not the fix I was expecting on reinspection. Needless to say, the roof still was leaking.
Hartley Moore The BrickKicker Auburn, Wash.
This is a yellow jacket nest in a crawl space. I stumbled on it and was so glad it was a cold morning. John Cranor Cranor Inspection Services, LLC Glen Allen, Va.