Save us from idiots!!! Sure glad Chris didn't just assume the damage was from a prior roof leak. I bet I would have given the info you had.A 90* coming down, a 90* across, a90* going up and a90* to the drain pipe. So the condensation just sat in that low place, and the elbows weren’t even glued!
No kidding! Chris saved me a HVAC service bill. Every time the heat unit came on, it rattled. Last time I had a rattle, some years back, a bolt worked loose, fell out, into the fan and all he// broke loose! Fearing the worst, I was looking for a repair man to call. Chris found the source, a cover that went over the end of a filter was just laying across the pan. When the unit came on, it rattled. He put it where it belonged. Now how hard would it have been to just put it up in the first place? AARRGH!Save us from idiots!!! Sure glad Chris didn't just assume the damage was from a prior roof leak. I bet I would have given the info you had.
I used a bright red paint in a kitchen one time. Red and white with the big gingham check for curtains. Another time I painted a kitchen lime green and white. I liked both kitchens, nobody else did.I had hm brown in much of my house. I replaced it with an agreeable brown that matches streaks in the ceramic floor tile. My kitchen is dark red. Somebody may well hate that if we sell.
House butcher would be more like it. That same workman installed those 3 windows-all at different levels. 2 have trim on the inside of the window that meets the outside T-1-11 siding. 1 window has a gap between the trim and the outside wall, giving a view of the insulation and studs. The 2 windows trim is 5" wide, the 1 window trim is 3 1/2" wide.I notice you used the term "workman" and not "craftsman"