Originally Posted By: jmyers
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I guess I am failing to understand why you would do it diffently when the drywall is missing. When I come accross this siutation I only note that it was missing and any defects that I observed. (such a broken studs)
I am doing on site reports with colored pictures and written captions below them. What else would you feel you have to do? Are you cutting the price? If you are you should not, there is actually more to inspect when the drywall is missing. All the doors and window frames are exposed, the insulation, the wiring, plumbing......You get the point!
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