Vote for Best Defect Picture for March

Hi everyone, and again I wish to thank all the participants and please all,

take a few moments to vote for the Best Defect Picture for this month.

Only takes a moment.

Remember, submit only once in a Month, and pictures are limited to 25, so some may get deleted.



This basement handrail is something special. You can see someone did actually have caution tape on it, but only the caution tape remnants remain. DUCT TAPE CAN FIX ANYTHING.
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You can lean on it, but at your own risk!
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Yes this is outside and operational. This is not a temp service neither been in use for many years

I am calling the state electrical inspector on Monday about this, this not safe for any one and in my opinion is a major defect and health danger.
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indoor swimming pool in crawlspace
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Can I nominate this house as a whole?

Here is one/two to start.

I can compete with myself on this one house, want some more?
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I just barely tapped the wall with my screwdriver and look what happens.
Second pic was about 8 feet above the first. I set my ladder up on the adjacent wall to check it out higher up and placed my hand on the wall. Selling agent feels I should have to pay for the damage now.
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The attic of an circa 1890 3 story home.
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Got any wire nuts?
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Well we had a lot of irrigation drain line left after we directed all the water over to the neighbors lawn, so we figured we might as well replace the ductwork as well
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“Why put in a level window if the house is sinking in the middle” LOL
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The listing agent said they just drilled a new well two days ago!
The water came out like this for a solid half hour and never got any clearer.

Thanks Marcel and a big thanks to all those who sent in their pictures A Great Bunch… Roy

Thanks Roy, and if we did not have as many Thorns on the Message Board, we would have more activity here. :slight_smile:

Don’t forget to vote when you get a chance. #9 seems to be a favorite.

If it is, place your vote. :slight_smile:

Take a few minutes and Vote. :slight_smile:

21 have voted ,Did you vote yet some great photos… Roy

Looks like #9 has it by a landslide. Yes I agree with that one and voted for it.

they were all worth a vote …lots of good pics this month…

Usually are, this thread is always one of my personal favorites. Usually good for a chuckle.

Thanks guys it you who help make the efforts of the awards Committee pleased

Number 9 just makes me shake my head and wonder what the heck was that guy thinking. First time I have ever seen a mold grow op box in an attic. Would like to see the inside when they crack that sucker open.

Don’t forget to vote. :):smiley:

Looks like I’m late to the poll, but #4 has my vote! That’s the sort of nightmare that leaves me shuddering.

We have a tie and need more votes to break it or keep it in tandem. :slight_smile:

#3 & #9 are head to head.

Nice to see some voting. :slight_smile:

#3 and #9 are still close

And now we have a tie again. :slight_smile:

Going once for a tie. :wink:

Going twice for a tie. :slight_smile:

And Gone. We have two winners for March.

Congratulations to;

LeRoy D. Holm
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Troy N. Pappas

They both qualify to compete for the Best Defect Picture of the Year in December.

Please visit our new site and vote for the best Narrative for these winners here;