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    Brad Borden's Avatar
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    Default Jack of all Trades

    This was the home owner's way of fixing a spliced joist. The jack was installed last year.
    You should have seen the electrical wiring job. I could not inspect the rest of the crawlspace because of all the open splices and duct tape holding the wire nuts on.

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    Default Re: Jack of all Trades

    And it looks like less than 1/2 the base of that jack is bearing on the stood-up brick.

    Very nice.


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    Default Re: Jack of all Trades

    Looks and sounds like you might have been at my sisters husbands house.
    I don't claim him as even an inlaw.


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    Default Re: Jack of all Trades

    That fernco on the drain pipe here in Illinois is suppused to be sheileded, or also known as a noshear coupling should of been installed. Here is a picture of one.




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    What the &^%$*? Does he hire munchkins once a month to make sure the seal has held or jack it up again. The owner is the reason tigers eat their young.


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    Default Re: Jack of all Trades

    Annual maintence is required, need to jack house back.


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