In cottage home Inspections, sometimes you will see some very interesting designs or methods of construction. In this case, instead of cutting the trees down to build a deck above, the owner has built the deck around these birch trees. Owners should be aware that the trees are constantly growing in height and diameter, therefore always to monitor that the deck allows the tree to grow by trimming the wood around the tree over time.
This is a new home pre-delivery inspection. The house was supposed to be ready for the inspection, but the home had many deficiencies. It is most advisable, to have a thorough inspection done on all homes, but particularly before taking the keys to a new house, so that the deficiency list can be given to the builder to finish the house completely. As can be seen here, the exterior was not completed, the interior had many deficiencies and there was damaged areas along with dirt on the interior on this home.
December 2017 and January 2018 are starting the winter with extreme cold temperatures. These windows have condensated water and ice which will eventually drip onto windowsills, wall surfaces, and onto floors. This will create mould and therefore should be dried as quickly as possible. Homeowners should monitor the situation closely in extreme cold weather.