Greetings, I am appraising a newer home in Stockton, CA. Two things I am pointing out for FHA "repair": Unsecured 220V line; the main line is not secure and the wires are exposed with the twist caps. Then there is a gas line stub in the middle of the patio. It has the shut off valve and endcap, but can easily be turned on. These are for what appears to be an unfinished outdoor kitchen; I should definitely call out the gas line stub right? It only has a rubber cap on it right now; short of removing the entire gas line and tearing up the nice new patio, what repair should I recommend? Remove shutoff valve and install hard cap? Stub would still be sticking out, would you recommend placing a wooden structure over it? Shut off gas, then cut line at concrete and cap/fill? Getting my feet wet here with FHA, sorry for the :new_newbie: FHA question. Thank you.