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    Default Looking for a good quality picture

    Does anyone have a better quality picture than the one below? I have this little project and this color picture pointing out most of the major items in a house would work great. It's the last thing I need.

    My email address is Kevin@QHInspect.com if you want to email it to me.

    If you have a good quality picture that is similar to the one below, I might be able to use that one and I would appreciate it.

    Thanks ahead of time.

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    Default Re: Looking for a good quality picture

    Kevin,

    Check out this PDF and see if can be of help.

    http://www.cdc.gov/nceh/publications...chapter_06.pdf


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    1 Anchor Bolt
    2 Ash Dump Door
    3 Base
    4 Base Mold Mold
    5 Base Shoe
    6 Belt
    8 Blinds of Shutters Strips Deadening Felt
    9 Book Shelves Diagonal Sub Floor
    10 Box Sill
    11 Boiler
    12 Bracing
    13 Brick
    14 Bridging
    15 Building Paper
    16 Cased Opening
    17 Ceiling Joists
    18 Cellar Stair Post
    19 Cellar Stair Treads and Risers
    20 Cellar Stair Rail and Post
    21 Cellar Sash
    22 Cellar Sash Areaway
    23 Cement Floor
    24 Cement Stoop
    25 Cement Porch Floor
    26 Chimney Cap
    27 Chimney Post
    28 Cinder Fill
    29 Cleanout Door Risers
    30 Wood Partition
    31 Collar Beams
    32 Conductor Pipe
    33 Conductor Head
    34 Corner Studs
    35 Corner Bracing
    36 Damper Control
    37 Dining Nook
    38 Drain Tile
    39 Easing
    40 Entrance Frame and Door
    41 Face String and Face
    42 Fascia
    43 Finish Floor - 1x2" Strips Deadening Felt - Diagonal Sub Floor
    44 Finish Floor (Precast Cement)
    45 First Floor Joists
    46 Flashing
    47 Footing
    48 Foundation Wall
    49 Frieze
    50 Furring Strips
    51Gable Studs
    52 Girder
    53 Girder Post Close or D & M)
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    56 Gutter
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    58 Hearth
    59 Inside Studs
    60 Insulation
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    62 Interior Window Trim
    63 Lookouts
    64 Main Stair Treads and Risers
    65Mantel Shelf & Trim
    66 Mold (Cornice)
    67 Outside Studs Cover
    68 Picture Mold
    69 Plancier
    70 Plaster
    71 Plaster Arch
    72 Plaster Arch Brackets
    73 Plaster Base
    74 Plates (Inside Studs)
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    76 Porch Beam
    77 Porch Frieze
    78 Porch Soffit
    79 Porch Columns
    80 Porch Rafters
    81 Porch Ceiling Joists
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    Default Re: Looking for a good quality picture

    Just some thoughts flying off the top of my head.

    Pic #1 is kind of ignorant. Reminds of the realtor walking into the kitchen with the buyers and saying "and this is the kitchen!" Like, REALLY, I never would have known. Now I know what a fireplace is. AND when I blow it up to about 400% I can see where the "Fossit" arrow is pointing.

    Pic #2 is WAY to detailed. Can't see some of the stuff because of the little circled numbers.

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    Default Re: Looking for a good quality picture

    Thanks for the help with the pictures. After looking more hours than I'm wanting to say, I still would like to get a quality picture of the one I posted. If anyone can tell me were this would be (cost or no cost), I would appreciate it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Erby Crofutt View Post
    Just some thoughts flying off the top of my head.

    Pic #1 is kind of ignorant. Reminds of the realtor walking into the kitchen with the buyers and saying "and this is the kitchen!" Like, REALLY, I never would have known. Now I know what a fireplace is. AND when I blow it up to about 400% I can see where the "Fossit" arrow is pointing.

    Pic #2 is WAY to detailed. Can't see some of the stuff because of the little circled numbers.
    Erby, I'm confused on why you posted this. For what I'm trying to do, the picture I posted works out great (just need a better quality picture). Its like commenting on the type of flour a person is using without knowing what kind of cake is going to be baked.


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    Default Re: Looking for a good quality picture

    I found a usable picture but still looking for a good quality picture.


    Quote Originally Posted by Fritz Kelly View Post
    What the hell is a "Fossit"?

    Somebody made an oops. I just erased that word since it isn't needed for what I'm doing.


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    Default Re: Looking for a good quality picture

    Because I was grumpy that night and the labeling is ignorant. Blow it off. Don't mean nothing to what you are trying to accomplish.

    I hope you're going to label the less obvious things and leave off the obvious ones.

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