My team of inspectors and I see A LOT while out looking at homes. Some of it good, some of it bad, and some of it just plain funny.
You’ve all enjoyed these fails every time I share them, so here are some more!
This is all in good fun, so don’t be mean to any of the anonymous houses featured here. All homes have their weird stuff!
With that out of the way, let’s take a look…
1. Ready to burst
You don’t know, what you don’t know, this babies about to burst. Pays to know what’s hidden behind your washer. Phew!
2. Flaming hot
I don’t want to start a gas stove vs electric debate – but I will say that that this ain’t burning man. Keep those flames under control!
3. So close, yet so far
This is why it’s important to double and triple check your measurements.
4. Blocks path
Generally speaking, if you want your vent to vent it’s gonna need to be able to actually vent.
5. Just a few missing tiles
This might take a bit more than duct tape to fix.
All homes have their quirks, all we can do is laugh and fix what we can.
I’m just sayin’
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Brian Dodds is licensed home inspector & owner of Titan Inspection Services with over 20 years’ experience in construction trade building and house renovation. Titan Inspection services is based in Washington state and serves Seattle, Olympia, North Bend, Kitsnap County and everything in between.