Top Home Inspection Photos of 2012
Each week, the Structure Tech team posts new home inspection photo on the Structure Tech Facebook page. After poring over all the photos from the last year, here are our favorite home inspection pics from 2012.
Bent outlet cover
Worst common vent ever
Outlet in duct
Furnace covers reversed
Optional combustion air
Leaves in attic
Missing roof vent
This deck puts the can’t in ‘cantilever’
Obstructed vacuum breaker
Scorched ‘Safer Cooking’ manual
Strategic bath fan placement
Worst. Roof. Ever.
My crawl space has a flat tire
Men make things fit
That last photo was a “bonus” photo sent in by Rick Norling, past owner of Structure Tech. If you enjoy these kinds of photos, remember to like our Facebook page. Thanks!
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Reuben Saltzman, Structure Tech Home Inspections, Minneapolis, Minn., is a second-generation ASHI Certified Inspector whose experience with home remodeling and construction began at age four when he helped his father steam wallpaper. He has worked for Structure Tech since 1997 and joined ASHI in 2004. Visit his blog at www.structuretech1.com/blog/.
Note: The views and opinions expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the opinion or position of Zillow.