And how serious WAS what he found??? Was it as bad as he said? Half
the time they find things that are not really a problem at all, and
miss the big things.
They say "no gfi in the bathroom" in a 50 year old house and completey
miss the fact you can almost see through the valley of the roof.
On 6/22/2013 6:01 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
In my case, it was mold. Sump pump had died a number of years earlier
and backed up during a hurricane. I had a 1950's knotty pine "clubroom"
with a built in, attached to the floor, wet bar. I never used the bar or
the enclosed cabinets, and apparently the water had gotten into there
and remained puddled in there for way too long. Of course, all the
buyers needed to hear was the M word and they bailed. And yeah, it was
more than the "clean it with bleach" type and took a real live
remediator several passes to get air levels back to normal. The second
buyer's inspector found the usual GFI, cracks in tiles etc.
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