Home Inspector Nightmares: Vol. 18
Whether it’s socks to stop leaks or lumber to hold up sinks, here’s more evidence that there’s no end to a DIYer’s ingenuity.
Roughing in for a centrally located sink
Kilts and skirts not recommended
Now all I have to do is put in a flex pipe at the wall. To make the drain work, you just lift the sink out and tilt it every which way. There are better ways to connect a sink drain.
If only there were a pool in the driveway, these would make great diving platforms as well. Through-the-wall AC units would have solved this problem and looked a little tidier.
Getting set up for a green roof?
Now I’ll just prop up the bottom of the cabinet, then the bathroom floor, and then a jack post in the basement and we’re all set. What on earth is the countertop made of? Cardboard? Or maybe the kitchen counter sink cut out is too big.
Vertical skylights are great
Want more home inspector nightmares? Check out volume 19!