Guarded Panel in Garage

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Need to carry some steaks



Gary Porter


GLP’s Home and Mold Inspections LLC


Orlando, Fl 32828


321-239-0621


www.homeandmoldinspections.com

Originally Posted By: hspinnler
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Ha Ha. I pictured one of those big animated steaks from The Flintstones. Beef jerky might work too.


Originally Posted By: cradan
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Some inspectors will do anything to get to a good FPE or Zinsco panel…



Chris


http://www.inspect4me.com


Chicago Illinois Home Inspections

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Watch out for that Cocker Spaniel! Looks like a biter to me! icon_biggrin.gif



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Originally Posted By: dbowers
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, that obstructed full access to these areas. A full inspection of these areas can be performed for an additional inspection fee once the dog is fully removed from the premises. It is our recommendation that the buyer request reimbursement for this inconvenience, by seller or sellers realtor - knowing the temperament of the animal it was their responsibility to make sure the property was fully accessible for all inspections - it was not".


Due to a PARTIAL and INCOMPLETE inspection we can not verify the absence or presence of significant defects or safety hazards in the uninspected areas. Without a full inspection UNDISCLOSED DEFECTS and COSTLY REPAIRS may be present and/or needed.

I think that should get everyones attention adequately!!


Originally Posted By: cbutler
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I have a Rottweiler now who only has a 24" neck…


and weighs 155 lbs.


he is 7 years old…


my 1st one had a 27" neck and was shorter in height but weighed 160lbs…


German rottweilers are way bigger than American ones…


you can tell by the size of the head…


and mine have always been awesome with our two girls who are 2 and 6…


big lap dogs…


the only thing people worry about once they meet them is how to get the slobber off from getting licked and the hair from being “herded” so they can be petted and rubbed…


as for your experience, I don’t like to hear those stories…


bad for the breed…


person probably uses for fighting to be honest…


or wants to trains guard dogs…


any dog can be this bad…


it just doesn’t help when the dog can knock you down and keep you down when it is so large…


great write-up though on the report…


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Sincerely,


Chris Butler


(Former) Director of Membership @ FREA


chris_butler32@yahoo.com

Originally Posted By: tallen
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Guarded back yard. icon_eek.gif


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The Lady said he PROBABLY would not bite me.


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I have put the past behind me,
where , however, it now sits, making rude remarks.

www.whiteglovehomeinspections.net

30 Oct 2003-- 29 Nov2005

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nobody’s going to get the bike on the doghouse though… icon_wink.gif



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Chris Butler


(Former) Director of Membership @ FREA


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I am thinking very seriously about turning down these multi unit slumlord jobs after the crap I went through today. icon_evil.gif



I have put the past behind me,


where , however, it now sits, making rude remarks.


www.whiteglovehomeinspections.net

30 Oct 2003-- 29 Nov2005

Originally Posted By: rwashington
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looks like they left out the grout on that tile too…hope you called that out…



Richard W Washington


www.rwhomeinspections.com

Originally Posted By: lgoodman
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When I worked in Philadelphia Pa. the business had a guard dog on the roof to discourage break ins. I was sent to guard dog school to learn how to be one of the dog’s handlers. The first thing they taught me was how to kill the dog.


This information may save your life someday.


When a dog attacks you give it one forearm to chomp on. You take hold of the dogs lower jaw with your free hand. You push down with your free hand and up with your forearm. 12 to 15 pounds of force will dislocate the animal’s jaw and the bite will become ineffective immediately.


Take note: the dog WILL DIE but you will live to inspect another day.


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Thank you, MarkTimpani


www.pridepropertyinspections.com

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Member - MAB


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