38 inspector Contemporary Home Design Photos

Rikki Snyder
5 Reviews
Living Room: Bunny Williams Inc., Brian J. McCarthy Inc., David Kleinberg Design
Ideabooks1,431
Questions3
Awesome checked chair. A little steam punk a little inspector gadget...very cool.
“Pedi bed” — whitlowr
Coates Design Architects Seattle
23 Reviews
Knowles Residence - Exterior
Ideabooks10,056
Questions14
1. Hire a pro. Consider hiring a pro to take a look at your home and offer advice. One morning spent with a home inspector, a real estate agent or a local designer can give you insight into what potential buyers will see when they look at your home — and can save you money
“Flat roof” — tshepomothata
Shoberg Custom Homes
8 Reviews
Rob Roy Renovation
Ideabooks8,490
Questions4
waterproofing can often seem kind of excessive — is all that really necessary? Only if you want to protect your investment. Not every builder or inspector is going to require certain waterproofing upgrades. These measures cost money — which isn't ideal when you're building to sell quickly or need to
“Tiles” — ubrook
Tanya Schoenroth Design
14 Reviews
Burnaby Capitol Hill Residence
Ideabooks17,071
Questions6
the modern and the rustic in this dramatic ribbon fireplace. The natural gas unit is completely custom; the contractor worked closely with building inspectors to make sure all codes were met.
“for mom & dads bedroom” — kelsied99
Inertia Corporation
2 Reviews
Sidebottom Residence
Ideabooks150
Questions0
“I’d never done one before and was really Getting it approved by the city wasn’t a smooth ride, though. They lucked out with an accommodating inspector, and compromised with a carpeted surface for the slide rather than a slippery material, which was deemed too dangerous.
Getting it approved by the city wasn’t a smooth ride, though. They lucked out with an accommodating inspector, and compromised with a carpeted surface for the slide rather than a slippery material, which was deemed too dangerous. Letwiniuk says he didn’t want to make the addition too steep, just steep
“Slide next to stairs. Ours would be wood” — ettieand4boys
All About Energy Solutions
9 Reviews
Croom residence in Wilmington, NC
Ideabooks67
Questions0
attention to corners, edges and changes in color, and use your fingers to test for dampness if you aren’t sure. If you find any water, call a home inspector immediately to figure out where it’s coming from. When: Every fall before it rains. The key is to fix existing water damage before any more water
attention to corners, edges and changes in color, and use your fingers to test for dampness if you aren’t sure. If you find any water, call a home inspector immediately to figure out where it’s coming from.When: Every fall before it rains. The key is to fix existing water damage before any more water gets
“A properly wrapped crawl space. Totally Sci-Fi.” — Melinda Caskey
John Hill
Parrish Art Museum
Ideabooks126
Questions0
How I wish my building inspector had let me forgo the fascia like on this museum!
“garage” — easondefa Chen
Alexander Butler | Design Services, LLC
6 Reviews
Kornfeld Residence
Ideabooks5,805
Questions7
covered this support so the support was not seen from below. Building inspector coded it like a shower door with 1/2" tempered glass. The glass ceiling allowed me to light it with spots on the 10'0" ceiling for light. The inspector required wet area lights still, however, they aren't needed for safety
“simple and stylish” — divinito
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