The windows have been blocked. The wolf is staring at us. But more disturbing is that the fan does not have a protective cover!
Entries Tagged as 'Safety Issue'
November 10th, 2016 · No Comments
September 27th, 2016 · 7 Comments
Big waves of excitement at this home. Happy cloud, sad cloud.
And then we see this.
Things get cheerful again in the living room. The circles on the ceiling are meant to distract you from the flooring.
More ceiling damage in another room.
Yes, those are pieces of broken mirror! On the ceiling!
Mirror, mirror, on the
wall ceiling. Who’s the dangerous room of all?
The best room in the house.
January 28th, 2016 · 2 Comments
Eventually the baseboards will rot away until they are completely gone.
They’re almost gone.
The sellers are out selecting new faucets right now.
They want buyers to see that there is copper plumbing.
The bathroom has a window.
More rotten baseboards in the hallway.
And in this corner.
Assuming a child wrote that note and that he/she lives here, would that exposed hole and switch be safe for a child (or an adult)?
They used a shoelace to keep the oven door up.
Another view of the carport. By the way, this was a short sale.
September 25th, 2015 · 4 Comments
Unsafe fan with no protective cover.
This house was purchased in 2004 for $95,000.
They refinanced in October 2006 with a new $126,000 loan.
They refinanced again in June 2007 for $174,000.
Money was not spent on home improvements.
And now they’re selling it as a short sale.
May 23rd, 2015 · 6 Comments
This is a new one: a ceiling fan in the shower! Let’s hope that fan is water resistant and shock-proof. Scary. And be careful raising your arms to shampoo your hair!
April 19th, 2015 · No Comments
That guard rail doesn’t seem very secure. [Philadelphia, Pennsylvania]
February 19th, 2015 · 4 Comments
There is a state penitentiary in Florence, Arizona. Due to overcrowding, prisoners are now being housed in people’s homes in Florence, as seen here. It’s up to the inmates to figure out how to get to the top bunk and not fall out.
January 14th, 2015 · 6 Comments
Hopefully the bottom blocks won’t crumble as you step up.
December 5th, 2014 · 2 Comments
Let’s hope they installed a GFCI outlet in the bathroom. Otherwise, zzzzzzzzzzzzzap!!!
Similar problem in another house. Scary.
November 9th, 2014 · 4 Comments
There is no safety barrier to this Des Moines, Iowa basement. Be very careful. Yes, on second look, that is a trap door that is opened to the left. But it’s still a safety hazard if you leave the door up while you’re in the basement.