Being careful and observant during the construction and renovation process is very important so that things don’t appear that will harm your comfort later. We will explain what problems are usually encountered in some elements of residential buildings. Even though you won’t be the one to fix it right away, it’s important to know this information so you don’t repeat the same mistake later. You can also directly supervise the work of the handyman because generally, this is a minor but important job. Ask DuBose Home Inspection, Inc. to help inspect your home.
A common problem with the roof is usually a leak. The main feature is that there are drops of water during heavy rains which were previously marked by black spots on the ceiling. The roof as the outermost protective part of a house is distinguished from the type of material. There is no concrete, ceramic tile, concrete tile, clay tile, asbestos, and zincalum.
Nowadays it seems difficult, yes, to get a smooth and even wall without cracks. Even though it’s smooth, there must be some cracks. This is indeed a common problem with walls, but if it is not repaired immediately, water can seep into the walls, especially during the rainy season. Surely this condition will disturb the comfort in the house.
Well, this is the part of the building that rarely gets damaged. The floor materials commonly used are ceramic, tile, homogeneous ceramic, marble, parquet, and what is more popular now is exposed cement floor. One of the problems with the floor was the broken tiles. To prevent this, when working on a concrete slab, a layer of sand can also be added before the cement and ceramic mixture to avoid differences in expansion and shrinkage. Using good quality ceramics and competent craftsmen is also one way to avoid breaking ceramics.