What say you?
What say you?
Is this a slab? Why would there be brick layed where the stem wall should be?
I’m talking about the electrical outlet.
Hint: this is the rear exterior of the home.
Not enough info for me to comment on the garage foundation if thats what it is but I would recommend GFCI.
Edit you posted 1 second be fore me.
OK did they update?
It is grandfathered unless they updated however I always suggest it.
Some towns make them upgrade.
Snake in the tall weeds is what I see.
yes…defect (or wrong cover). A vertical weatherproof cover could have been installed but I don’t think it would make much of a difference. If you want to follow the NEC, an inuse cover (with bubble) should be installed.
I was wondering how long it would take for the bubble to be mentioned.
I may have seen those a couple times here and there.
You are the proud winner of a chicken fried steak supper at Eddies, in beautiful Hickory Grove, SC.
GFCI probably costs less.
Do they deliver??
Hmm…not required in CA…Still there is a snake in the grass in that photo.
NEC 406.8(B)(1) & (B)(2)(a)
are you talking about the gap underneath the door?
OK…Did I miss something?
Not just the gap but the brick that runs along what appears to be a stem wall if on a slab. If not a slab is this the support?
Can’t answer that for you…I defer to Joe since it’s his pic.
It is a slab. Here, they sometimes frame the slab prior to the pour with block or, in this case, brick.
What about the trip hazard?
I’m lost. What trip hazard? Are you talking about a support for the threshold? If so, I considered it, but it was pretty well supported. A board under it was not required in this case in my opinion.