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An average day

Discussion in 'Contractor Talk' started by ICE, Oct 13, 2011.

  1. ICE

    ICE Moderator

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    Nope, it's meant just like it reads.
     
    #4041 ICE, May 7, 2020
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  2. linnrg

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    too bad you can't put his name and phone number on here so we could all call him and tell him he is a dumba#@. And you wonder why some of the clients do not like inspectors.
     
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  3. e hilton

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    Did he buy them from Walmart? Or angies list?
     
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    Pcinspector1 Platinum Member

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    Agree with JP!

    Should probably re-write the report and switch the "be" and the "not", then it would make since?
     
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  5. JPohling

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    Actually your word switch makes more sense.
     
  6. linnrg

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    oh the good maintenance that is out there. And please tell me what you think it is. I am thinking 220V 20 amp IMG_3045.JPG
     
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  7. e hilton

    e hilton Bronze Member

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    It looks like a smiley face that sucked a lemon. And collects bread wrapper tags.
     
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  8. Mech

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    That smiley face may have lost an eye.
     
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  9. ADAguy

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    Good practice, no? to prevent potential cross connections by leaking sewer pipes.
     
  10. ICE

    ICE Moderator

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    Not at all. Just unnecessary digging. I wondered about the code if it is clay sewer pipe. The clay would have to fail and also the water pipe. Then there would have to be a loss of pressure in the water pipe.
     

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