All electrical connections should be in approved junction boxes. Badly rotted framing members below a kitchen. Broken roof trusses often go unnoticed. Decks can be unsafe for many reasons. Disconnected ducts in attic wastes money and makes room temperatures uncomfortable. Dryer vents often unknowlingly become disconnected. Duct tape makes lousy plumbing repairs. For this pipe to drain, water has to flow uphill. Like decks and the house itself, brick veneer needs a proper footing. Lots of problems here. Missing roof shingles. Mold confirms a long term water leak. Old, steel gutter has rusted through, allowing leaks. Plastic in an attic always indicates a leak, past or present. Rust indicates air conditioner problems. Suet indicates a previous electrical fire. Traps and poisons are rarely effective in attics. Usually, each circuit breaker should only have one wire attached to it. When a flue pipe separates, carbon monoxide will accumulate inside a house. When the gutter got too heavy and fell, it pulled the fascia board away with it. Buckets in attics are always a bad sign.