Originally Posted by jkski
Yep, it was a calculated risk that I took when opting to go this route and plain and simple the guy knew he could get push me around. I made it a point to oviously be nice and asked about his background, etc... funny thing is the guy was never a plumber yet he is the plumbing inspector. I realize that there are a lot of people out there who are inspectors for various industries/trades who have never actually done any of the work themselves, they simply passed a test and know what the code book says but fail to understand what actually works in practical application. I had a 50/50 chance on which inspector I was going to get and unfortunately, I got the ball-buster and have learned my lesson!
I guess he had a choice- be an inspector or a teacher- "Those who can't do, teach".