Home Great Goofs
I’m thinking Wile E. Coyote running off a cliff. Just don’t look down and you’ll be fine. And you could install a slide, or better yet build some steps.
Hopefully this is connected to the exhaust fan and not the cold air return. But either way I guess it takes care of the problem at the source.
Why in the world would you need a permanent power supply when you can cobble together other stuff? Not sure what’s going on here, but an easier solution would have been to add a new circuit to the existing service panel.
Just another brush load or two of blackjack oughta do the trick! I keep thinking an alien is going to come out of there. Replacing a roof vent is actually easier than this guy made it.
At least this way, the government won’t know what you’re cooking. When the aluminum backsplash gets dirty, just roll off some replacement foil, grab some masking tape, and you’re home free.
Here’s a great way to hide your unsightly toilet paper holder. If you don’t have a vanity cabinet for your toilet paper holder, you can always install one.
For when you need to escape the basement and quickly get to the roof. But frankly, a basement egress would be a better solution.
Of course it does add to the cost somewhat. I bet some magazine would like this idea for a kitchen design story.
If you’re a carbon monoxide lover, this is a dream home. CO detectors can only do so much. If there was one in this room, the batteries wouldn’t last more than a day.
There are few ways to install roof valleys and this isn’t one of them. Valley flashing is typically used in valleys, hence the name.
Want more home inspector nightmares? Check out volume 28!
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