Readers are invited to identify as many installation errors they can spot in the attached photo of a window installed in the rough opening of a new home.
This is the latest in our ongoing series, “What’s Wrong With This Picture?” (To see two previous photos in the series, click the links in the box below.)
The photo comes from James Steacy of IBACOS (a Building America program partner in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania).
How many errors can you find?
Steacy’s answers will be posted next week. In the meantime, post your comments below.
One interesting note: when we’ve published “What’s Wrong With This Picture?” articles in the past, GBA readers have always been able to identify more errors than were noticed by the photographers who submitted the photo.
By the way, “There’s a smudge of asphalt on the window frame that hasn’t been cleaned” does NOT count as a problem.
Click here to read the answers to our puzzler.
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