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a Bit Short

Either the plumber gave up at the home owner’s insistence to use THIS faucet …

or the plumber never checked their work.

You just can’t make this stuff up !!

but they really liked THIS faucet Mr. Plumber

but they really liked THIS faucet Mr. Plumber

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So Sad …

Some of these debacles are funny, silly, just downright comical.

Others are sad.

Some folks just shouldn’t be allowed to use tools or own a home to sell.

Sounded like a good idea – a privacy door and all.
But I guess the first tool they purchased should have been a tape measure.

or NOT ?!

Really ??

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Eye for Detail ?

While the tile work was very appealing this shower door left me with a few questions.

Were these the ONLY screws available and the Do-It-Yourselfer is on their way back with appropriate length screws and did they honestly not consider the safety issues at hand here?

Not to mention the cosmetic contrast between the quality of tile work and this mechanical connection – yikes.

Ah .... perhaps they could have used shorter SAFER screws for their DIY project.

Ah …. perhaps they could have used shorter SAFER screws for their DIY project.

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HOW could anybody sit on THIS ?!

This home owner decided they knew how to add value to their house by putting in a powder room, a half-bath.

However they must have missed the instructions detailing minimal clearances on each side and in front of a toilet.

I won’t even begin to address the plumbing configuration to the tank and from the bowl.

MERCY ?!

HOW to mount ?

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