Pulling strings for the seller. A call just might help them sell.
At a past inspection there is a new home. Built in 2011 and ready to be sold for the owner.
The owner has to sell and move closer to the Veterans Administration hospital. The health of the buyer had taken a turn for the worse after the purchase of the new home just over a year ago.
Desert Sun Home Inspections did the inspection and sent the report.
There are issues with the way the install of the trunk line was done in the attic of the home.
I asked who built the home and who did the Heating and cooling for the home.
The seller did know so I asked the seller if I could call the Heating and cooling contractor to see if they would come out and finish the job they had already been paid for.
I called Paul the owner of the company and told him about the "issues" with the home.
He said he would get back with me and would call me back. He then called me back in about an hour and was going to send a crew and himself to finish the job.
Issues with the trunk line.
This trunk line was insulated. But not the last two foot of the line.
Heat loss would be great in this area if not insulated.
There was a total of eight of these un insulated boot drops. This can cause substantial heating and cooling losses throughout the life of the home.
All the insulation was installed and the job was finished the right way.
No matter if it's the seller or buyer. I will try and help them to have a better life.
After all right is right.
Have a great day everyone.
November challenge post #2