21 People Whose Houses Are So Faulty That They Are Not Really Safe

    21 People Whose Houses Are So Faulty That They Are Not Really Safe

    21 People Whose Houses Are So Faulty That They Are Not Really Safe
    Greg
    5:27 PM EDT, March 21, 2022

    Construction site inspectors have seen a lot. And in spite of their experience they still come across some hair-curling phenomena created by greedy property owners who never treat safety as a priority. They prefer some temporary DIY instead of fixing things properly. Others simply live in run-down estate or just fall prey to their not quite successful renovation works...

    #1 A very intriguing decoration of a side of a house. Which galaxy do the stars come from?

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    #2 46 air-refreshers are bound to secure satisfying air quality

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    #3 Because a lot of heat escapes through doors

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    #4 It should endure the load for some time

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    #5 'Let's walk down the balcony.'

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    #6 An easy way to fix a drinking fountain

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    #7 A romantic starry ceiling

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    #8 Into the dungeon

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    #9 Neglected rain gutters taken over by mother nature

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    #10 The overlapping way

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    #11 Nobody cares why it's still working

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    #12 An artistic approach to cable distribution

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    #13 A private moat in the basement

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    #14 Just wondering when the curtain will catch fire...

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    #15 It looks like the handles were fixed in a wrong place

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    #16 Some things easily escape the cleaners' attention

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    #17 This minor corrosion is certainly not a reason to feel alarmed

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    #18 The front door of your mother-in-law

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    #19 Original construction plus classy decoration

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    #21 On balance the structure is vertical

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    Even if you lock someone in the basement for fun, don't forget they are there

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    Have you ever seen any 'wonders' like those above?
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