Whoever said that major developers were making a lot of money on cheap, cut-rate sprawl construction has a little more evidence. As if all the leaky roofs, drafty windows and sub-par workmanship weren't enough proof, how's this?
A townhouse under construction blew down during Sunday's strong winds.
No, a hurricane didn't come through. Simply winds of 80-90km/hr. For those who aren't weather nuts like me, winds like that occur several times each year in the fall and winter, and summer thunderstorms regularly produce winds of 90km or even higher sometimes during our occasional heatwaves.
Imagine if a real storm blew in?
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