Originally Posted By: jhorton
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Here is a new one. I found my second frog living under a house today in a crawl space. First one had enough water problems I chose to ignore the frog.
Today the house I inspected has obviously had water in the crawl space recently. Didn't appear to be an on going problem. I assumed it was just a wet weather problem, then I found my little green buddy hoping across the plastic. The more I looked the more I am thinking that this is a bigger problem than it appears.
So I will report what I saw and photographed and let the home buyer decide what to do.
But... would you mention the frog?? (Not a toad, but a frog) Frogs can't/don't live in a dry crawlspaces. Seems to indicate that this is not a dry crawlspace to me. Looks like more evidence of moisture to me. ![icon_wink.gif](upload://ssT9V5t45yjlgXqiFRXL04eXtqw.gif)
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