My husband and I recently purchased a home which has a handicap accessible shower which we have discovered is poorly designed. The floors are not sloped so the water runs everywhere, including down our walls to the bedroom below. On our inspection report the inspector marked N.I for not inspected. When my husband spoke to him on the phone he said all was good. No problems with the house, so we moved forward. My question is this. If in the standards of practice it specifically states that proper drainage of all tubs and showers will be check how can an inspector get away with simply checking N.I? I did notice in the pics that there was a shower chair with some towels placed over the drain. Surely any reasonable inspector would not consider this inaccessible.
Thank you in advance for your replies.