Yeah, 220, 221 – Whatever it Takes…
We took off yet another day from work, so we could be present when our house was getting inspected. When we arrived, the Builder and company appeared uncomfortable with our presence. He informed us that the inspector was running late and that we should come back. The overall feel from them, was that they really didn’t want us around. We decided to walk up to the beach for a quick breath of fresh air and return shortly thereafter. Upon our return, we were told that the inspection had already taken place and that it had passed. Passed, how? There were light switches behind doors, at different heights, and the list goes on. But more importantly, how did this inspection happen so swiftly? Incidentally, our house passed without being grounded… See our article titled, “U” For This? I’m sure you’ll find the content electrifying. It certainly charged us up.
Some of the blatently, visually obvious problems that Sea Bright’s inspectors failed to recognize.
You can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you can not fool all the people all the time.Abraham Lincoln