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I'm in Texas, and with all the city and county shutdowns for coronavirus, government is only allowing "essential business" to run until further notice. I noticed that applies to construction workers, does it apply to roofers as well? Thanks for your feedback!
I was replacing my roof, and the flashing for the furnace chimney was destroyed. The way the old chimney was put together I was unable to remove the flashing and vent cap. This caused me to have to take apart the venting in the attic. I'm generally hand enough, and manage to figure most things out once I get into them so I went to my big box store and bought a new vent (double walled to replace the original) Those items basically click together but when I went into the attic to connect it to the old work it wasn't configured the same. Please see the pictures below and let me know w
Hi TIJ readers! When we started this article, we wanted a better understanding of the role drones play in the home inspection industry. Why are inspectors turning to drones? Are there good and bad times to use drones? And, from our claims data, what's working to protect inspectors from drone-related claims? After lots of research and talking to 10 home inspectors, we had A LOT of material. So, we decided to break the topic up into two articles. Here's Part 1 of two in our drone series. Best, Stephanie Bird's-Eye View: Why home inspectors are trading apologies for