It’s Halloween, thought I’d share some of the scary pics I’ve taken over the years.
A water leak from the kitchen above, impressive how well the Sherwin Williams Promar 200 holds up under water pressure. Wrecked a month’s worth the work, I hate plumbing.
A two inch hole for the 3/4 inch gas line. I wonder how the mice were getting in?
When warm, moist air finds a hole in the air control layer in a very cold climate.
More holes in the air control layer. When fiberglass becomes an air filter.
Speaking of dirty fiberglass and air leaks, it may be present on the exterior as well.
Not what you want to see when you start a new tiling job.
One way to lower your heating costs.
And here’s another…
Of course you could always supplement the heating source with wood.
Another way to add a wood stove.
What happens when warm, moist air leaks into a not so well ventilated attic…frosty.
My house, shortly after I bought it, the kitchen sink quit draining. Wonder why? Did I mention I dislike plumbing.
By the end of winter, this was nearly ground coupled.
Just what you want to see that first warm spring day, water dripping out your soffit.
Luckily I wasn’t in there!
My 1952 Cape, wonder what’s behind the sun?
It looks a little better today!
I dislike plumbing, but I like electricity?
Me in 1987, all I can say is WOW…call me Goose. (Top Gun reference.)
35 years later…scary!
Air source heat pumps in very cold climates.
And we will end with my all time favorite cold climate construction photo, construction moisture and the open HRV vent. Have a happy Halloween!