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Mr. Nelson’s home exhibited damage to the front porch, finished flooring, plywood subflooring and drywall ceilings throughout. At the front porch, the decking was dislodged from the main structure. On the interior of the home, there were several soft spots where the subflooring damage was noticeable. In areas such as the living room, den and kitchen, the weakened subflooring caused damage to the finished flooring. Evidenced during the inspection, Mr. Nelson attempted temporary repairs; however, those repairs were inadequate to address the issues stated. The scope of work for this property included removal and replacement of the existing finished and subflooring, leveling the structure to receive the new flooring, kitchen cabinets and countertops, drywall ceiling replacement and installation of a new deck with wood handrails and balustrade.
Ms. Anna Joseph’s home exhibited damage to the asphalt shingle roof. The damage to the roofing subsequently caused damage to the ceilings and walls in the kitchen, living room, bedroom and bathroom. In the bathroom and section of the living room, the water damage to the drywall was so significant, it began to weaken the drywall to the point of collapse. The scope of work for this property included removal and replacement of the roof, drywall ceilings and walls and carpet flooring.


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