This 12-year-old home has suffered catastrophic water damage from a botched manufactured stone installation.Double tapped breakers are a common problem found in a lot of inspections.This six-year-old home’s walls have completely fallen apart from water damage that was traced back to the leaking manufactured stone installation. Here you can see the damage around the front door once it has all been opened up.Here is an outlet that Home Inspector Charles Buell of Seattle Discovered.If these wires touch each other, it would be quite the show. Mold in a closet from a bad roof leak. I had to wear my respirator in this house.Leaking PB pipe. This stuff has flooded lots of homes.Here you can see the grey PB Pipe installed behind the shower.Here is a rotten rim joist and floor joist of a house. This happens because the flashing on the deck outside this wall was omitted. This home was 4 years old. The deck was installed by the builder.Examples of decks that have been improperly mounted/attached to houses.Most thermal shots are not this easy to identify. Nothing like a lake under your house. It fun crawling up on this guy in the dark.This guy is on to something with a see through drain. Windows must have a lintel installed to support the wall above them. The blocks on this garage was laid on top of the window.Air filters are important folks. Use them!This 15 yr old house never had the master shower connected. It’s been draining into the crawlspace this whole time.The listing said new attic insulation. It was new, just not installed. This foundation pier looks more like a game of Jenga, than something meant to hold up the house.Here is an abandoned galvanized waste line in a crawlspace. Notice how it’s an old piece of galvanized pipe connecting into a cast iron main stack. Those two typically go hand in hand. A horizontal run of a cast iron sewer pipe that has cracked from years of corrosive sewer gas exposure.