Sunday, March 20, 2016

Hey! Does anybody know how to read plans?


Who can spot the problem?

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

A little more concrete will fix that right up.

Anonymous said...

garage for hover cars......


vaquero viejo

Sixbears said...

No problem . . . unless you want to park a car.

alo 89 said...

I would bet that is what the plans specified.

wirecutter said...

This way he doesn't have to walk around all the broken down vehicles when he wants to haul his shit to the curb.

hiswiserangel said...

wirecutter, shouldn't those be on blocks in the front yard?

Tony Tsquared said...

no habala

Anonymous said...

Oh shit.....you built it just the way I said to!

hbbill

Critter said...

Nice helipad.

Anonymous said...

Looks pretty odd alright. Maybe its pad for a boat ? Or maybe it isn't a garage door, the HOA required the garage interior not to be visible from the street?

Rebecca said...

NOT the builder. This is what happens when the engineer/architect firm is too arrogant to listen.

Mike Behan said...

It's Monday and trash cans should be at the curb.

Old Goat Patrol said...

I bet it is the model home for a new neighborhood. Set up so no one parks in the front, more 'curb appeal'. The driveway will be added when sold.

Dohfug Wimee said...

"Green side UP!!"

markm said...

My brother in law had a new house built on his farm. He wanted a back porch the full width of the house, where he could sit and watch the deer come out of his woods and nibble on the buckwheat he planted. (It's illegal around here to bait deer with feed piles, but if they damage your crops, you can get one or two extra deer licenses.) But when they dug the foundations, they ran into a spring. The solution was to rotate the house to avoid that area - and so his porch is facing the road.