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Home Inspection Report

Home Inspection Report 9003 Summertime Drive Windyway,PA 67234 Prepared for: James and Jane Doe Prepared by:

9003 Summertime Drive Windyway,PA 67234

Prepared for: James and Jane Doe Prepared by: Matthew Renshaw Home Inspection Safety Service

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Table of Contents

Pre Inspection Agreement and General Information

2

Company Information

6

Definitions

6

Roof

6

Lots and Grounds

6

Exterior

7

Air Conditioning

8

Garage

8

Basement

9

Heating System

9

Laundry Room/Area

9

Structure

9

Plumbing

10

Electrical

10

Attic

10

Kitchen

11

Bathroom

11

Bedroom

12

Living Space

12

Fireplace

13

Summary

14

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Inspector Name Matthew Renshaw Company Name Matthew Renshaw Home Inspection Safety Service Company Address 3946 Protane Blvd Company City,State, Zip Erie,PA,16506

Company E-Mail mrr92278@gmail.com Company Phone 814-520-7203 Client Name James and Jane Doe Client Address 1045 Winterrun Drive Client City,State, Zip Breezeway,PA 12345 Client Phone (433) 544-6789 Client E-Mail Jandjdoe@ example.com

Inspection Address 9003 Summertime Drive Inspection City,State,Zip Windyway,PA 67234

Building Type Single family Garage Attached Inspection Date 12/26/2016

Space Below Grade Basement Estimated Age Built 1980 Entrance Faces North Start Time 7:00 am End Time 10:00 am Electric On Yes Gas/Oil On Yes

Water On

Water Source City How Verified Multiple Listing Service Sewage Disposal City How Verified Multiple Listing Service Weather Rain Soil Conditions wet and soft Temperature 41 Degrees F Buyer Agent Rick Whoo Buyer agent Phone # 761-167-9874 Selling Agent Jim John Selling agent Phone # 987-654-3210 Others Present Buyer, Seller, Buyer's Agent Property Occupied Occupied Amount Received $300 For good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which is hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows:

Yes

1. Home Inspection means a limited visual inspection for purpose of providing a professional option by a certified

home inspector, of the condition of a residential dwelling and the dwellings attached garage and carports and any reasonable accessible

installed components, and the operation of the dwellings components in the standards of practice established by the board. Home inspection shall not include a code compliance inspection, or an inspection required under the National Manufactured Housing Construction and Safety standard Act of 1974 ,42c&

5401et seq

or

KRS227.600 regarding manufactured homes. Krs198B,700(5)

2. Home Inspector means an individual who performs a home inspection for compensation.

3. The INSPECTOR agrees to perform a visual inspection of the subject property and provide the CLIENT with a

written report identifying

visually observable major defects of inspected systems and components that exist at the time of inspection. The report will only be a written report. This written report will include the following systems only:

a) STRUCTURAL CONDITION

b) GENERAL INTERIOR INCLUDING CEILING, WALLS, WINDOWS, DOORS

c) GENERAL EXTERIOR INCLUDING ROOF, GUTTER, CHIMNEY, DRAINAGE AND GRADING

d) ATTIC AND BASEMENT/CRAWL SPACE

e) INSULATION AND VENTILATION

f) PLUMBING AND WATER HEATER

g) HEATING AND CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONER

h) ELECTRICAL

i ) KITCHEN AND APPLIANCES

4. Systems and items which are EXCLUDED from this inspection include, but are not limited to the following:

recreational playground facilities,geological and soil conditions, sprinkler systems (fire and lawn), solar system,pests, water wells, below ground septic or drainage systems,pools, spas, saunas, steam rooms, water

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softeners, solar heating systems, forced air furnace heat exchangers, hard wired smoke detectors, wiring not part of the primary electrical distribution systems (including but not limited to: intercoms, cable TV, security systems, audio and computer system) appliances including portable air conditioning units, odors or noise, any gas leaks, gas appliances, any items considered to be cosmetic. Any comments regarding excluded systems and items are for information only and are not part of the inspection. The presence or absence of pests is excluded from this inspection except where noted for informational purposes. The CLIENT is urged to contact a reputable specialist if identification and extermination of excluded pests is desired.

5. The inspection will be conducted under the Standards of Practice (SOP) promulgated by the American Society of

Home Inspectors (ASHI). A copy of the ASHI SOP can be found at www.ashi.org. The report is prepared for the sole, confidential, and exclusive use and possession of the CLIENT. The inspector accepts no responsibility for misinterpretation by third parties.

6. The Inspector is not required to move personal property, debris, furniture, equipment, carpeting, or like

materials that may impede or limit visibility. Concealed or latent defects are excluded from the inspection. Equipment and systems will not be dismantled. The inspections are not intended to be technically exhausting, nor are it a compliance inspection for any government codes or regulations.

7. The home inspection does not address environmental hazards. The inspection and report do not address, and are

not intended to address, the possible presence of, or danger of asbestos, radon gas lead paint, urea formaldehyde, soil contamination, absence, presence or condition of buried oil storage tanks, pesticides, mold and mildew, toxic or flammable chemicals, water or airborne related illnesses or disease, and all other similar or potentially hazardous substances and conditions. The inspection does not include any inspections or determinations for the presence of mold. The CLIENT is urged to contact a competent specialist if information, identification or testing of above is desired.

8. The Inspector is not required to: offer or perform any act or service contrary to law; offer any warranties or

guaranties of any kind; offer or perform engineering, architectural, plumbing, or any other job function requiring an occupational license; perform additional inspections beyond those within the scope of the comprehensive inspection; calculate the strength, adequacy, or efficiency of any system or component ; enter the area or perform any procedure which may damage the property or component; or be dangerous to the inspector or other persons; operate any system or component which is shut down or otherwise inoperable; operate any system or component which does not respond to normal operating controls; disturb insulation, move personal items furniture, wall coverings, carpet and area rugs, equipment, plant life, soil, snow, ice, or debris which obstructs access or visibility, predict future conditions, including but not limited to failure of components; project operating costs of components; evaluate acoustical characteristics of any system or components, operation of the heating/cooling systems may not disclose defects evident only during the operation. We do not report manufacturers recalls.

9. NEITHER THE INSPECTION NOR THE INSPECTION REPORT IS A WARRANTY EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, REGARDING THE ADEQUACY,

PERFORMANCE, OR CONDITION OF ANY INSPECTED STRUCTURE, SYSTEM OR ITEM. CLIENT ACKNOWLEDGES THAT CONDITION IN INSPECTED STRUCTURE, SYSTEM OR ITEM, IS SUBJECT TO CHANGE AFTER THIS REPORT IS ISSUED. THE INSPECTION AND REPORT NOT INTENDED TO REFLECT THE VALUE OF THE PREMISE OR TO MAKE ANY REPRESENTATION AS TO THE ADVISABILITY OR INADVISABILITY OF PURCHASE OR SUITABILITY OF USE. THE INSPECTION AND REPORT ARE ONLY INTENDED TO EXPRESS THE OPINION OF THE INSPECTOR BASED ON VISIBLE INSPECTION OF ACCESSIBLE PORTIONS OF THE STRUCTURE, SYSTEMS AND ITEMS OF EXISTING CONDITIONS AT THE TIME OF INSPECTION.

10. This is not a code inspection, compliance or non-compliance, with applicable regulatory requirements. The

inspector is not required to reporton: Life expectancy of any component or system; the methods, materials, cost of repairs; the suitability of the property for any use; compliance or non-compliance with applicable regulatory requirements; the market value or marketability of the property; the advisability or inadvisability of purchasing the property; any component or system which was not observed; the presence or absence of pests such as wood-damaging organisms, rodents or insects; mold, mildew cosmetic conditions, underground items, or items not permanently installed; any item component/system/appliance that may have been recalled by the manufacturer for any reason.

11. The parties agree that the maximum liability for the inspector arising from the failure to perform any of the

obligations stated in this agreement is limited to an amount NOT TO EXCEED THE FEE PAID FOR THE INSPECTION.

12. In the event the CLIENT files suit against the inspector and/or its representative, the CLIENT agrees to pay

for all of the INSPECTORS legal fees, cost of expert witnesses, court costs, cost of depositions and all other such expenses incurred by the INSPECTOR if the CLIENT fails to prevail in the lawsuit

13. This report is prepared exclusively for the client(s) named and is not transferable to anyone in any form.

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Client(s) gives permission for the INSPECTOR to discuss the report findings with the real estate agents, specialists or repair persons for sake of clarification.

14. The inspection report is not intended for use by anyone other than the Client. No third party shall have the

right arising from this contract or the Inspection Report. In consideration of the furnishings of the Inspection Report to parties requested by the Client, the client agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Inspector for all costs, expenses, legal fees, awards, settlements, and judgements in any legal proceeding brought by any third party who claims that he/she relied on representations made in such Inspection Report and was damaged thereby. Clients request that Home Inspector release copies of the Inspection Report shall be at Clients risk with respect to the contents of this paragraph.

15. The Inspection Report shall be the final exclusive findings of the Home Inspection Company. Client understands

and agrees that they will not rely on any oral statements made by the Home Inspector prior to the issuance of the

written report. Client further understands and agrees that the Home Inspection Company reserves the right to modify the Inspection Report for a period prior to the final issuance to the Client.

16. Radon is a naturally occurring, colorless, tasteless, and odorless radioactive gas produced by the normal

decay of uranium and radium in the soil. As a result, virtually all houses have some level of radon. The adverse

health effects associated with radon are caused by radioactive particles being trapped in the lungs when you breathe. The only way to know if your home has a radon problem is to have it tested by a certified radon inspector.

17. Often, after an inspection, repairs are made to some conditions shown in the written report. On request, the

Home Inspector will complete a reinspection for agreed-upon fees. If a re-inspection is conducted the inspection will be visual, non-invasive, inspection of the repair and the Home Inspector is not responsible for providing any expressed or implied warranties, whether to the serviceability of the repairs, or the quality of the material, or the labor used to repair or replace those items requiring re-inspection.

18. Payment is due upon completion of the on-site inspection.

19. This agreement represents the entire agreement between the INSPECTOR and the CLIENT. No change or modification

shall be enforceable against either party unless such change or modification is made in writing and signed by all parties. This agreement shall be binding and enforceable by the parties and their heirs, executors,administrators,successors, and assigns. Reading and acknowledging this form either verbally, in writing, or online is legally binding.

20. Client understands and agrees that if they are not present at the time of the inspection and did not sign the

Pre-Inspection Agreement the Client,by accepting, paying for, and/or using the Inspection Report, acknowledges and

agrees to be bound by the terms and conditions of the Pre-Inspection Agreement and further agrees that the pre inspection agreement shall form a part of the inspection report.

21. The Inspector shall not be liable for any disclosed defects in the Inspection Report. It is highly recommended

and is the sole responsibility of the Client to contact additional contractors to determine further action related to the evaluation and correction of the disclosed defects. The Home Inspection is a visual report of the defects noted on the exact day of the inspection. Additional details related to the visual defects noted during the inspection may arise upon further investigation by a qualified or licensed contractor. The inspector shall not be held liable for any details related to further investigations performed by such contractors.

22. Any dispute, controversy, interpretation, or claim including claims for, but not limited to, breach of

contract, any form of negligence, fraud or misinterpretation arising out from or related to, this contract or arising out of from or related to, this inspection report shall be submitted first to a Non-Binding Mediation conference and absent a voluntary settlement through Non-Binding Mediation to be followed by final and Binding Arbitration, if necessary as conducted by Construction Dispute Resolution Services, LLC or Resolute Systems INC utilizing their respective Rules and Procedures. If you would like to utilize the Mediation or Arbitration, the decision of the Arbitrator appointed there under shall be finial and binding and the enforcement of the Arbitration Award may be entered in any Court or administrative tribunal having jurisdiction thereof.

NOTICE YOU AND WE WOULD HAVE THE RIGHT OR OPPORTUNITY TO LITIGATE DISPUTES THROUGH A COURT AND HAVE A JUDGE OR JURY DECIDE THE DISPUTES BUT HAVE AGREED INSTEAD TO RESOLVE DISPUTES THROUGH MEDIATION AND BINDING ARBITRATION.

Home Inspector

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Signature:

General Information (Continued) S i g n a t u r e : Inspection Date: 1

Inspection Date: 12/26/2016

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Company Information

Inspector Name Matthew Renshaw Company Name Matthew Renshaw Home Inspection Safety Service

Definitions

NOTE: All definitions listed below refer to the property or item listed as inspected on this report at the time of inspection

Acceptable

Functional with no obvious signs of defect.

Not Present

Item not present or not found.

Not Inspected

Item was unable to be inspected for safety reasons or due to lack of power, inaccessible,

Marginal

or disconnected at time of inspection. Item is not fully functional and requires repair or servicing.

Defective

Item needs immediate repair or replacement. It is unable to perform its intended function.

Roof

Main Roof Surface

Method of Inspection: On roof

Acceptable

Unable to Inspect: 10%

Marginal

Material: Asphalt shingle - Roof spongy to walk on, in southwest side of ridge over living room A qualified roofing contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

Type: Hip Approximate Age: 10 years old Garage Roof Surface

Method of Inspection: On roof

Acceptable

Unable to Inspect: 10%

Acceptable

Material: Asphalt shingle

Type: Hip

Approximate Age: 10 years old

Acceptable

Flashing: Aluminum

Acceptable

Gutters: Aluminum

Acceptable

Downspouts: Aluminum

West Chimney

Marginal

Chimney: Brick - Chimney requires tuck point repairs, A qualified contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

Not Inspected Flue/Flue Cap: Unable to view due to height

Acceptable

Chimney Flashing: Aluminum

 

Lots and Grounds

Marginal

Driveway: Concrete - Concrete pitted and chipped, A qualified concrete contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

concrete contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs Marginal Walks: Wood, Paver - Cracked pavers
concrete contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs Marginal Walks: Wood, Paver - Cracked pavers
concrete contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs Marginal Walks: Wood, Paver - Cracked pavers

Marginal

Walks: Wood, Paver - Cracked pavers

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Lots and Grounds (Continued)

Marginal

Steps to deck, patio,or balcony Wood - Risers different heights tripping hazard and no railings A qualified contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

Acceptable

Marginal

Porch: Wood Patio: Paver - Evidence of poor drainage, The patio has settled towards the foundation causing a negative slope into the foundation, A qualified contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

Marginal

Deck: Stained wood - Baluster openings too wide, A qualified contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

Acceptable

Grading: Flat

Marginal

Vegetation: Ivy, Shrubs - Ivy growing up foundation wall may be wise to cut back to prevent intrusion of growing into home

Acceptable

Acceptable

Exterior Surface Drain: Surface drain Steps to Entry Doors Wood

Acceptable

Fences: Vinyl

to Entry Doors W o o d Acceptable Fences: Vinyl spacing to far apart Exterior North
to Entry Doors W o o d Acceptable Fences: Vinyl spacing to far apart Exterior North
spacing to far apart
spacing to far apart
o d Acceptable Fences: Vinyl spacing to far apart Exterior North Exterior Surface Acceptable Type: Stucco

Exterior

North Exterior Surface

Acceptable

Type: Stucco

Entire part of home other than North end Exterior Surface

Marginal

Type: Vinyl siding - hole in west side of home exposed to weather seal to avoid water damage

Acceptable

Acceptable

Trim: Vinyl Fascia: Aluminum

Acceptable

Soffits: Aluminum

Acceptable

Entry Doors: Metal

Acceptable

Windows: Vinyl casement, Vinyl double hung

Acceptable

Window Screens: Vinyl mesh

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Exterior (Continued)

Acceptable

Basement Windows: Glass block

Acceptable

Exterior Lighting: Surface mounted lamps front and rear

Acceptable

Exterior Electric Outlets: 110 VAC - Non-GFCI outlet

Acceptable

Hose Bibs: Rotary

Acceptable

Gas Meter: Exterior surface mount at side of home

Acceptable

Main Gas Valve: Located at gas meter

Air Conditioning

Main east side of home AC System Acceptable, Marginal A/C System Operation: Appears serviceable - The unit is nearing the end of the manufactures stated design life unit built in 1984 installation date unknown life expectancy of air conditioning units range from 12-15 years

expectancy of air conditioning units range from 12-15 years Acceptable Manufacturer: A r m s t
expectancy of air conditioning units range from 12-15 years Acceptable Manufacturer: A r m s t

Acceptable

Manufacturer: Armstrong Model Number: SCU10E42-1A Serial Number: 8400A2884 Area Served: Whole building Approximate Age: 30 years Fuel Type: 120-240 VAC Temperature Differential: 10 degrees

Type: Central A/C Capacity: Not listed

Exterior Unit: Pad mounted

Acceptable

Visible Coil: Copper core with aluminum fins

Acceptable

Refrigerant Lines: Serviceable condition

Acceptable

Electrical Disconnect: Breaker disconnect

Acceptable

Blower Fan/Filters: Belt drive with reusable filter

Garage

Attached Garage Type of Structure: Attached Car Spaces: 2

Acceptable

Garage Doors: Fiberglass

Acceptable

Door Operation: Mechanized

Acceptable

Door Opener: Stanley

Acceptable

Exterior Surface: Stucco

Acceptable

Roof: Asphalt shingle

Acceptable

Roof Structure: 2x4 Truss

Acceptable

Service Doors: Fire rated, Metal

Acceptable

Ceiling: Paint

Acceptable

Walls: Paint and paneling

Marginal

Floor/Foundation: Poured slab, Concrete block - Minor floor cracks noted-seal cracks

Acceptable

Electrical: 110 VAC

Acceptable

Windows: Vinyl casement

Acceptable

Gutters: Aluminum

Acceptable

Downspouts: Aluminum

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Basement

Main Basement

Acceptable

Unable to Inspect: 30% - Finished area not able to see structure due to drywall applied

Acceptable

Ceiling: Exposed framing, Paint

Acceptable

Walls: Paint and paneling, Exposed framing

Acceptable

Floor: Carpet, Poured

Acceptable

Floor Drain: Covered

Acceptable

Doors: Hollow wood

Acceptable

Windows: Glass block

Acceptable

Electrical: 110 VAC

Acceptable

HVAC Source: Heating system register

Acceptable

Vapor Barrier: Plastic

Acceptable

Insulation: Fiberglass

Acceptable

Ventilation: Windows, Vents

Acceptable

Sump Pump: Pedestal

Marginal

Interior Bsmt Stairs/Railings: Wood stairs with wood handrails - Missing baluster at bottom of stairs no wall in area to prevent falling of child through open area, A qualified contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

Heating System

Main Heating System

Acceptable

Heating System Operation: Appears functional

Acceptable

AC Condensate Removal: Plastic tubing

Manufacturer: Comfortmaker Model Number: EED24B15A1 Serial Number: L001741117

Type: Forced air Capacity: 91,000 BTUHR Area Served: Whole building Approximate Age: 10 years old Fuel Type: Natural gas

Acceptable

Unable to Inspect: 10%

Heat Exchanger: 4 Burner

Acceptable

Thermostats: Programmable

Acceptable

Exposed Ductwork for Heating and AC Metal

Acceptable

Blower Fan/Filter: Direct drive with reusable filter

Acceptable

Distribution: Metal duct

Acceptable

Circulator: Pump

Acceptable

Flue Pipe: Single wall

Acceptable

Humidifier: April-Aire

Laundry Room/Area

Basement Laundry Room/Area

Acceptable

Ceiling: Exposed framing Walls: Concrete Floor: Poured Windows: glass block Electrical: 110 VAC Laundry Tub: PVC Laundry Tub Drain: PVC Washer Hose Bib: Gate valves Washer and Dryer Electrical: 110 VAC Dryer Vent: Metal flex Dryer Gas Line: Cast iron Washer Drain: Drains to laundry tub

Acceptable

Acceptable

Acceptable

Acceptable

Acceptable

Acceptable

Acceptable

Acceptable

Acceptable

Acceptable

Acceptable

 

Structure

Acceptable

Structure Type: Wood frame Foundation: Block Beams: Steel I-Beam Bearing Walls: Block, Frame Joists/Trusses: 2x8 Piers/Posts: Steel posts

Acceptable

Acceptable

Acceptable

Acceptable

Acceptable

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Structure (Continued)

Acceptable

Floor/Slab: Poured slab, Dimensional wood 1st to 2nd floor Stairs/Handrails: Wood stairs with wood handrails Subfloor: Dimensional wood - note of water leaks on bathroom floor replaced with plywood no evidence of present leaks

Acceptable

Marginal

 

Plumbing

Acceptable

Service Line: Cast iron Main Water Shutoff: Front of house Water Lines: Copper Drain Pipes: PVC, Cast iron Vent Pipes: Cast iron Gas Service Lines: Cast iron

Acceptable

Acceptable

Acceptable

Acceptable

Acceptable

Basement Water Heater

Acceptable

Manufacturer: Whirlpool Model Number: FG1F04040S3NOV Serial Number: 0448111179

Type: Natural gas Capacity: 40 Gal. Approximate Age: 8 years old Area Served: Whole building

Water Heater Operation: Functional at time of inspection

Acceptable

Flue Pipe: Single wall

Acceptable

TPRV and Drain Tube: PVC

Electrical

Service Size Amps: 200 Volts: 110-240 VAC

Acceptable

Service: Aluminum

Acceptable

120 VAC Branch Circuits: Copper

Acceptable

240 VAC Branch Circuits: Copper

Acceptable

Conductor Type: Non-metallic sheathed cable

Acceptable

Ground: Plumbing ground only

Basement Electric Panel

Acceptable

Maximum Capacity: 200 Amps

Manufacturer: General Electric

Acceptable

Main Breaker Size: 200 Amps

Acceptable

Breakers: Copper

Is the panel bonded? Yes

Attic

over entire living area Attic Method of Inspection: In the attic

Acceptable

Unable to Inspect: 10%

Acceptable

Roof Framing: 2x4 Truss

Acceptable

Sheathing: Dimensional wood

Acceptable

Ventilation: Gable, roof and soffit vents

Acceptable

Insulation: Blown in

Marginal

Insulation Depth: 8" - Recommend additional insulation be installed, A qualified contractor is

Acceptable

recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs Vapor Barrier: Plastic

Acceptable

Wiring/Lighting: 110 VAC

Marginal

Bathroom Fan Venting: Electric fan - Bathroom improperly vents into attic and may cause moisture damage to the insulation, The services of a qualified contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

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Kitchen

1st Floor rear of home Kitchen

Acceptable

Cooking Appliances: Kenmore

Acceptable

Ventilator: Kenmore

Acceptable

Dishwasher: Kitchenaid

Air Gap Present? Yes

Acceptable

Refrigerator: General Electric

Acceptable

Sink: Stainless Steel

Acceptable

Electrical: 110 VAC GFCI - Install missing junction box cover plates

Acceptable

Plumbing/Fixtures: Chrome

Acceptable

Counter Tops: Marble

Acceptable

Cabinets: Laminate and wood

Acceptable

Pantry: Large

Acceptable

Ceiling: Texture paint - Loose or peeling paint

Acceptable

Walls: Paint and paneling

Acceptable

Floor: Ceramic tile

Acceptable

Windows: Vinyl casement

Acceptable

HVAC Source: Heating system register

Bathroom

Master Bathroom

Acceptable

Closet: Single small

Acceptable

Ceiling: Paint

Acceptable

Walls: Paint and paneling

Acceptable

Floor: Hardwood

Acceptable

Doors: Hollow wood

Acceptable

Windows: Vinyl double hung

Acceptable

Electrical: 110 VAC GFCI

Acceptable

Counter/Cabinet: Laminate and wood

Acceptable

Sink/Basin: Molded dual bowl

Acceptable

Faucets/Traps: Delta fixtures with a PVC trap

Acceptable

Tub/Surround: Porcelain tub and ceramic tile surround

Acceptable

Shower/Surround: Fiberglass pan and fiberglass surround

Acceptable

Spa Tub/Surround: Porcelain tub and ceramic tile surround

Acceptable

Toilets: 3 Gallon Tank

Acceptable

HVAC Source: Heating system register

Acceptable

Ventilation: Electric ventilation fan and window

Basement Half Bathroom

Acceptable

Ceiling: Texture paint

Acceptable

Walls: Paint and paneling

Acceptable

Floor: Tile

Acceptable

Doors: Hollow wood

Acceptable

Electrical: 110 VAC GFCI

Acceptable

Counter/Cabinet: Laminate and wood

Acceptable

Sink/Basin: Molded single bowl

Acceptable

Faucets/Traps: Delta fixtures with a PVC trap

Marginal

Toilets: 3 Gallon Tank - The toilet is loose at the floor and will require replacement of the wax

Acceptable

seal HVAC Source: Heating system register

Acceptable

Ventilation: Electric ventilation fan

2nd floor main Bathroom

Acceptable

Closet: Single small

Acceptable

Ceiling: Paint

Acceptable

Walls: Paint and paneling

Marginal

Floor: Vinyl floor covering - Cuts or minor damage in flooring, repair/replace as required. trip

Acceptable

hazard Doors: Hollow wood - Loose hardware

Acceptable

Windows: Vinyl double hung

Acceptable

Electrical: 110 VAC GFCI

Acceptable

Counter/Cabinet: Laminate and wood

Acceptable

Sink/Basin: Molded single bowl

Acceptable

Faucets/Traps: Moen fixtures with a PVC trap

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Bathroom (Continued)

Marginal

Tub/Surround: Fiberglass tub and fiberglass surround - Replace caulking

Acceptable

Toilets: 3 Gallon Tank

Acceptable

HVAC Source: Heating system register

Acceptable

Ventilation: Electric ventilation fan with heater

Bedroom

2nd Floor Master Bedroom

Acceptable

Closet: Walk In

Acceptable

Ceiling: Texture paint

Acceptable

Walls: Paint

Acceptable

Floor: Hardwood

Acceptable

Doors: Hollow wood

Acceptable

Windows: Vinyl double hung

Acceptable

Electrical: 110 VAC

Acceptable

HVAC Source: Heating system register

Front 2nd floor Bedroom

Acceptable

Closet: Single small

Acceptable

Ceiling: Texture paint

Acceptable

Walls: Paint and paneling

Marginal

Floor: Carpet - Loose carpet

Acceptable

Doors: Hollow wood

Acceptable

Windows: Vinyl casement

Acceptable

Electrical: 110 VAC

Acceptable

HVAC Source: Heating system register

1st Floor front Bedroom

Acceptable

Closet: Single small

Marginal

Ceiling: Texture paint - Cracks present

Acceptable

Walls: Paint and paneling

Acceptable

Floor: Hardwood

Acceptable

Doors: Hollow wood

Acceptable

Windows: Vinyl casement

Acceptable

Electrical: 110 VAC

Acceptable

HVAC Source: Heating system register

Living Space

Living Room Living Space

Marginal

Ceiling: Texture paint - Cracks present, A qualified contractor is recommended to evaluate and

Acceptable

estimate repairs Walls: Paint and paneling

Acceptable

Floor: Hardwood

Acceptable

Windows: Vinyl casement

Acceptable

Electrical: 110 VAC

Acceptable

HVAC Source: Heating system register

Dining Room Living Space

Acceptable

Closet: Single small

Acceptable

Ceiling: Texture paint

Acceptable

Walls: Paint and paneling

Acceptable

Floor: Hardwood

Acceptable

Doors: Hollow wood

Acceptable

Windows: Vinyl double hung

Acceptable

Electrical: 110 VAC

Acceptable

HVAC Source: Heating system register

Basement , Family Room Living Space

Acceptable

Ceiling: Paint

Acceptable

Walls: Paint and paneling

Acceptable

Floor: Carpet

Acceptable

Doors: Hollow wood

Acceptable

Windows: Glass block

Acceptable

Electrical: 110 VAC

Acceptable

HVAC Source: Heating system register

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Fireplace

Living Room Fireplace

Acceptable

Type: Wood burning

Fireplace Construction: Brick

Acceptable

Smoke Chamber: Brick

Acceptable

Flue: Tile

Acceptable

Damper: Metal

Acceptable

Hearth: Raised

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Marginal Summary

This summary is not the entire report. The complete report may include additional information of concern to the client. It is recommended that the client read the complete report.

Roof

1. Main Roof Surface Material: Asphalt shingle - Roof spongy to walk on, in southwest side of ridge over living room A qualified roofing contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

2. West Chimney Chimney: Brick - Chimney requires tuck point repairs, A qualified contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

Lots and Grounds

3. Driveway: Concrete - Concrete pitted and chipped, A qualified concrete contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs 4. Walks: Wood, Paver - Cracked pavers 5.
contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs 4. Walks: Wood, Paver - Cracked pavers 5.

4. Walks: Wood, Paver - Cracked pavers

5. Steps to deck, patio,or balcony Wood - Risers different heights tripping hazard and no railings A qualified contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

6. Patio: Paver - Evidence of poor drainage, The patio has settled towards the foundation causing a negative slope into the foundation, A qualified contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

7. Deck: Stained wood - Baluster openings too wide, A qualified contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs spacing to far apart Palm-Tech Inspector, Copyright ©
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spacing to far apart
spacing to far apart

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8. Vegetation: Ivy, Shrubs - Ivy growing up foundation wall may be wise to cut back to prevent intrusion of growing into home

wise to cut back to prevent intrusion of growing into home Exterior 9. Entire part of

Exterior

9. Entire part of home other than North end Exterior Surface Type: Vinyl siding - hole in west side of home exposed to weather seal to avoid water damage

side of home exposed to weather seal to avoid water damage Air Conditioning 10. Main east

Air Conditioning

10. Main east side of home AC System A/C System Operation: Appears serviceable - The unit is nearing the end of the manufactures stated design life unit built in 1984 installation date unknown life expectancy of air conditioning units range from 12-15 years

expectancy of air conditioning units range from 12-15 years Garage 11. Attached Garage Floor/Foundation: Poured slab,
expectancy of air conditioning units range from 12-15 years Garage 11. Attached Garage Floor/Foundation: Poured slab,

Garage

11. Attached Garage Floor/Foundation: Poured slab, Concrete block - Minor floor cracks noted-seal cracks

Basement

12. Main Basement Interior Bsmt Stairs/Railings: Wood stairs with wood handrails - Missing baluster at bottom of stairs no wall in area to prevent falling of child through open area, A qualified contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

Structure

13. Subfloor: Dimensional wood - note of water leaks on bathroom floor replaced with plywood no evidence of present leaks

Attic

14. over entire living area Attic Insulation Depth: 8" - Recommend additional insulation be installed, A qualified contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

15. over entire living area Attic Bathroom Fan Venting: Electric fan - Bathroom improperly vents into attic and may cause moisture damage to the insulation, The services of a qualified contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

Bathroom

16. Basement Half Bathroom Toilets: 3 Gallon Tank - The toilet is loose at the floor and will require replacement of the wax seal

17. 2nd floor main Bathroom Floor: Vinyl floor covering - Cuts or minor damage in flooring, repair/replace as required. trip hazard

18. 2nd floor main Bathroom Tub/Surround: Fiberglass tub and fiberglass surround - Replace caulking

Bedroom

19. Front 2nd floor Bedroom Floor: Carpet - Loose carpet

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20. 1st Floor front Bedroom Ceiling: Texture paint - Cracks present

Living Space

21. Living Room Living Space Ceiling: Texture paint - Cracks present, A qualified contractor is recommended to evaluate and estimate repairs

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