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Masonry Deterioration Guide

Adair Inspection

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Bill Warner

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I was researching as I have an 1800's property coming up to inspect. One can plainly see from Google street view entire upper (2nd floor) masonry walls with severe erosion.
An inspection from another company just last week made little mention other than "common cracks for the age" and no photos. The report was so lacking in all aspects, I'm actually surprised the original deal fell apart. And it's from a rather large and popular firm in the area. Regardless, my client wisely opted to not rely on this previous report and has hired me to inspect again.
 

Adair Inspection

Well-Known Community Member
NACBI Member
I was researching as I have an 1800's property coming up to inspect. One can plainly see from Google street view entire upper (2nd floor) masonry walls with severe erosion.
An inspection from another company just last week made little mention other than "common cracks for the age" and no photos. The report was so lacking in all aspects, I'm actually surprised the original deal fell apart. And it's from a rather large and popular firm in the area. Regardless, my client wisely opted to not rely on this previous report and has hired me to inspect again.
right on!
crank it & get your groove on!
 

Paul Lesieur

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That's some good stuff. I was just talking with my wife and telling her how excited I still am about refreshing what I know and learning something new. This coming from a guy who hated school so much I quit high school in my freshman year and never went back.
 
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