Need some assistance with this configuration. Owner decided to move the disposal from the left sink to the right sink. So the plumber added a sanitary T on the left p-trap. I looks very much like an S-Trap configuration.
Kevin if it drained fine I doubt by looking at the picture I would say much of anything, “except it appears to be done by an amateur and if drainage problems occur in the future have a licensed plumber install everything pretty like”…
I’m sure Jeff will answer, but here was my original take. The water flowing down the waste pipe for the “right” sink could cause the siphon water out of the “left” trap that is lower than the “right” trap and is connected below with a sanitary T.
That is my take, anyways. I wrote it up as being “a-typical” and called for further evaluation by a licensed plumber.
Since March of this year, I have averaged just over 1,000 a month from my ITI services.
I have had a few requests for stand alone IR Inspections, but mostly ad-on’s to a general HI.
If I were you, I would take the plunge now rather than waiting. In about 5-7 years (maybe sooner) most inspectors will have an IR camera in thier tool bag. The sooner you get into doing it, the more money you are going to make and you will set yourself apart from your compitition.
Here is what I’ve been charging:
ITI General Scan (ad on to HI): 79.00
ITI Electrical Survey: 99.00
ITI Moisture Survey: 99.00
ITI Energy Survey: 129.00
Home Tune-uP with ITI Energy Survey w/Inspection: 278.00
Home Tune-uP with ITI Energy Survey without/Inspection: 428.00
By far the most popular is the General ITI Scan. I bring the camera to every inspection and offer my clients a brief demo asking them if they want to add the general scan. Most say “yes” on the spot.