Inspecting a new two story townhouse style condo, the blown in fiberglass insulation was blowing all about. It was piled up in drifts and had blown off the ceiling in various spots throughout.
It was pretty breezy in the attic as well. Perforated metal soffits and at least four static ventilators in the upper part of the roof. Not going up on that roof it is covered with snow
I reported it to the builder. I am doing two more tomorrow, so it will be interesting to see what I find in the others.
The exterior is finished as in siding roof etc., the units are located in a new development on the edge of the city and are very exposed.
I promised the owners I would come back in a month to see if all was OK.
Anybody seen this before? Suggestions on how to prevent?