7 Deadly Sins: Construction
Defects to Avoid, Part II
Fire hazard risk is reduced by sealing penetrations and gaps in rated wall assemblies. 
Vapor barrier for concrete slab site terminates shy of the specified area.
Home builder best practices for identifying and eliminating construction defects in concrete foundations and slabs, mechanicals, HVAC and
fire resistive assemblies, and insulation.
The first part of “7 Deadly Sins: Construction Defects to Avoid” listed three construction errors leading to water intrusion damage that can easily be avoided. Part II of this series about the defects we commonly see in the field and documented by collecting data from hundreds of inspections of all building types nationwide will cover:

  • Foundations
  • Structural components
  • Improperly installed mechanical, electrical, and plumbing systems
  • Insulation
Our quality assurance app, CaptureQA®, identifies and reports issues in the field in real time. LJP Construction Services has tracked data from inspections of hundreds of construction projects of all building types nationwide.
"Our goal at LJP Construction Services is to offer extensive knowledge and skill sets that are unrivaled in the industry. We are here to assist with your construction service needs... Pre-Construction, During Construction, and Post Construction." -- Don Neff, President
For further information contact
M-L McKinley de Vance, Senior Vice President
949-735-0966 mobile 949-336-8903 direct