Best Defect Award II

Poor adhesion of stone veneer…

Well, that is a cladding and a poor one at that Randy. :wink:

Don’t know if this is for the exterior or considered roof, but here it is again, different shot.

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Tennants not paying rent…

I think this could fall under both roof & or exterior.

Take your pick. :slight_smile:

Tree vs Gutter. The tree won.

One more coat of paint on this soffit vent should do it.

Brand new house, was finished 3 months ago, inspected last week, client closed yesterday.
I like nails poking out every now and then makes it easier to hang lights up…
And those cracks in the stucco makes it look like an older structure :wink:

I hate when that happens, you throw a couple beans out the window, and the next day you discover they were apparently magic beans, if you climb up you may find a giant, or goos laying gold eggs etc…

One of many installation issues for this recent siding job…

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From yesterday…soffit damaged, nothing a little T-111 won’t fix!=D>:ack!:

Innovative use of “Green” building Materials

Does firearm damage count?

That depends… did it go through to the Interior??? :mrgreen::mrgreen:

Or it could be **WDI/WDO **if it was ‘Stinger’ brand ammo! :roll::roll:

ya just had to go there

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Ok here’s mine.

Real Estate agent told home buyer they did not need a home inspection. Homeowner has a roof leak and makes agent repair leak. Agent uses one of their for sale signs for patch.

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Real Estate agent told home buyer they did not need a home inspection. Homeowner has a plumbing leak and makes agent repair damage. Agent uses one of their for sale signs to replace rotted sub flooring.

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Lets tear down the exterior greenhouse/sun room and advertise an exterior attached patio area. Oops…forgot to add flashing or protection against water infiltration where the “patio” attached to the wood frame.

Thanks Mark. :slight_smile: