House Repairs. When to run away.

A problem is not infinite if the house could be torn down and rebuilt.  But who wants to do that? Some house problems are not finite; but “infinite” is not the right term. What would be an infinite problem?   There are some houses that never should have been built. They cannot be leveled and another

Inspection problems: when to run away!

Today, the problems I am discussing are not finite; but “infinite” is not the right term. Really infinite: A problem is not infinite if the house could be torn down and rebuilt. (Many can be, but you probably don't want to.) Infinite problems are the rare houses that never should have been built. They cannot