A little bit will do you. But is it right? Cutting corners not good.
There are ways to repair things the right way. If you don't know how to repair things in and around your home then all you have to do is ask.
At Desert Sun Home Inspections in Carlsbad, New Mexico we really try to give the very best in home inspection reports we can. There are times though that I get stumped in why someone did what they did.
I will not mention that dreaded name in this post but it seems he was here in this home.
When modifications are made to any part of the homes plumbing and electrical you want to make sure the repairs are made to code and the best way to repair the problem.
Don't take any short cuts when repairing these issues.
This home owner thought this would be a good idea to fix a couple issues with a rag and some duct tape.
A rag and duct tape....Again?
Lets take a look at what the home owner was thinking when they decided to "fix the issue".
When the plumbing in the basement had been changed, they no longer needed the "P" trap in the basement area. But they did know it needed to be plugged.
Feast your eyes on this repair.
Here we have a sink that was installed a long time ago. But the tail piece assembly was the wrong one for this type of sink.
Not a problem. Just add a piece of duct tape to the overflow and all will be good. I had to laugh when I saw this little repair.
Then we have an small access panel in the furnace's ducting. Why it's there I don't have a clue. Remember the furnace ducting gets very warm at and near the furnace area. Masking tape will fix the panel right?
Have a great day everyone.