This is how I see it done up here because, more often than not, any gutters would be installed well after the roof was installed.
Fascia is typically covered with aluminum at build, and the gutter slides behind drip edge.
In my area, gutter apron is usually much longer than the standard drip edge. That way it can still overlap into the gutter at the low side of the slope. A home may have drip edge and gutter apron, or just one or the other.
New remedy for ungrounded circuits! Yay, or nay?
Not sure what the material was, but it was actually quite durable, lol.
I read about that somewhere as being an option for ungrounded receptacles. Makes sense on a older system where 2 prong receptacles may not be available.
+1 on that.
For a while at least the only 2 prong outlets available a builder supply stores around here were really cheap ones: the type I would not put in a playhouse.
But epoxy in the third prong… then you can use something good!
Wow. At least they got one of them right
That’s all of the water line we have. Just “chip” that block a little. You gotta love plumbers. (blocks only supporting main beam of 2-story house)
Neutral/ground feeders tied together at the Subpanel, probably had to cut a lot of strands to get the ground to fit in the small lug. This also means none of the egcs on the grounding buses have a pathway to trip the breakers….yikes.
Soo…the receptacles in the house read open ground right? Or the receptacles show normal wiring and there is some other unintended bonding going on…yikesx2.
Gotta love new construction sometimes
Actually, they all tested normal, not sure why.
The only other bonding conductor is the solid copper at the left that goes to the gas line.
But yes, major safety hazard for the breakers. The grounds just dead end at this panel.
What’s funny is even if they did intend to wire this as a service panel, it’s still missing the bonding screw… so either way it would have been wrong.
We have all seen this a 1000 times. Each time I think to myself, WTF!
But this time it appears someone removed the nail or predrilled it for a lag. SMH
Removed a nail or just did a pre-drill and never set a lag. Either way it’s not right.
Edit, I see the “or” now!