This is how NOT to support a tub from below.:shock:
WOW! That’s a winner…
Whats your problem man they used plenty of nails. I am just glad to see Harry is still busy.
And they where galvanize nails too.
you would not want them to rust would you, someone might get hurt.
WTF is that supposed to be.
Good thing you were there.
I am assuming a “sunken tub”.
Got a pic of the bathroom, John?
Sorry, No pictures of the bathroom. I was there just doing an insurance inspection.
Looks like they tossed it in to move it out after you were there.
The buyers put it in that way! :shock:
Just curious. How did you report that if it was a 4 point (I am assuming it was as you said it was an insurance inspection).
And you wonder why I always have my client check for permits??
Geesh, you guys don’t have much confidence in a few Tapcons and galvanized nails do you?:mrgreen:
Holds up fine you just can’t put any water in it.
“The tub should be should be properly supported.” I consider it a structural issue. Since I only answer the questions on the Nachi 4 pt form technically it was not part of the inspection.
I check for permits on many occasions but, checking for permits can be futile. I can not tell you how many times, the municipality could not give me a permit date or lied. Then to have the homeowner or contractor produce a copy.
This old house wants the rights to the pictures, they want to do a show on tub installations.