Several weeks ago I reported to Los Angeles County Building and Safety that there was a structural support problem in this bathroom that is part of the rescinded Certificate of Occupancy the inspector supervisor told me had a typo on it. The document was issued when there was no structure standing on the property because the contractor who is suing me for defamation demolished my home without my authorization, without any documentation that superceded the engineering report that was prepared before he destroyed undamaged property.
After nearly stepping all the way through the linoleum, I wanted to know what was underneath. The floor has been feeling mushy, even underneath the shower. Creeping mush cannot be good.
If not for the fact that fiberglass should not be handled without proper equipment, I would have continued digging because I want to know if there is a foundation beneath. I do not understand how this structure passed final inspection except that the inspectors are in on the scam. Else why have I received no response to my report of environmental and safety hazards?
It was the contractor from Protech that pulled the permits for this job, therefore, according to the deputy director of Building and Safety, that contractor should respond to them with plans and new permit requests because the permits pulled previously are invalid. There are outstanding correction notices, a rescinded Certificate of Occupancy, and this hole in the bathroom floor because it was not properly constructed or finished. Protech was given more than $260K for this destruction two years ago. Where is the warranty that Protech said was in effect? Where are the building plans? Why do I not have them as they were paid for?