House #25/26: Inspections

October 13, 2011 · 2 comments

The buyers for The Drought House and The Fourfecta House have both completed their inspections. Both inspections went incredibly well and the request for repairs on both houses was short and simple…

For The Drought House, the repairs were essentially limited to some minor siding repair, installing a couple exterior GFCIs and fixing a couple outlets, some caulking in the fireplace, painting an exterior gas line to prevent rust and fixing a bedroom door.

For the Fourfecta House, the repairs included replacing a splash block, fixing a couple doors that aren’t closing smoothly, removing an improperly terminated electric line, fixing a window that’s not closing smoothly, insulating behind a cabinet and having the HVAC units checked. The HVAC issue is the only thing that is a bit concerning; we’ve already done standard maintenance and repairs on the units, and everything was working properly. We’ll get our guys back out to take a look.

So, all-in-all, the additional costs for repairs on both houses should come out to less than $150 each, which is where I like our repair costs to be…

2 responses to “House #25/26: Inspections”

  1. Tom Greene says:

    I’d say that is a sign of damn good craftmanship and excellent work by your project manager.

  2. Mark says:

    $150 is a pretty good cost which proves that your guys did well on the house.

    M Mark

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