Most people enter their crawlspace rarely, if ever, so what the big deal if there’s a little bit of junk taking up some space? You might think that some leftover lumber from construction is no big deal in your unused space, but it can be seen as a tasty treat to termites and other wood destroying organisms.
https://www.grandhomeinspection.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/06.jpg180180Brianhttps://www.grandhomeinspection.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Grand-Home-Inspection-300x225.pngBrian2016-10-28 11:58:012016-11-11 10:32:00Is Your Crawlspace Filled with Termite Food?
Can you tell what’s wrong with the exhaust in the picture above? I put a nice red arrow to show the problem area so it should be pretty obvious. The unfortunate truth is that this hazardous setup can appear perfectly normal to the untrained eye, but can be deadly if left uncorrected.
This blog focuses on an electrical problem that can look perfectly normal, even to some electricians. In the panel pictured above all breakers work properly, none of them are loose, there’s no sign or scorching, and conductors are wired just as they should be, so what’s the problem?
https://www.grandhomeinspection.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/02.jpg180180Brianhttps://www.grandhomeinspection.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Grand-Home-Inspection-300x225.pngBrian2016-10-15 11:22:132016-11-11 10:38:59This Harmless Looking Panel is a Fire Hazard