3 – Exterior
3.3.1 – Garage Door Exterior
Garage Door Exterior 1
DAMAGED – PANEL(S)

The exterior of the garage door has one or more damaged panels. A qualified contractor should inspect and repair as necessary and according to current standards.

3.4.1 – Wall-Covering, Flashing & Trim
Wall-Covering, Flashing & Trim 1
DAMAGED – SIDING

The siding and/or trim were damaged in areas of the exterior.

A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary and according to current standards.

3.4.2 – Wall-Covering, Flashing & Trim
Wall-Covering, Flashing & Trim 1
MISSING – PAINT

The siding and/or trim in areas were missing paint.

Recommend a qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as needed.

3.4.3 – Wall-Covering, Flashing & Trim
Wall-Covering, Flashing & Trim 3
PEELING PAINT

Peeling paint was present in areas.

Recommend a qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as needed.

3.8.1 – Electrical Outlets
LOOSE OUTLET
LEFT

An exterior electrical outlet was loose in the wall. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary and according to current standards.

3.11.1 – Walkways

Walkways 1

CRACK AT STEP(S)

Cracking or separation was present at the concrete step(s) in areas. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary and according to current standards.

3.12.1 – Vegetation, Grading & Drainage
Vegetation, Grading & Drainage 1
Vegetation, Grading & Drainage 2
DENSE VEGETATION

Dense vegetation was present around the house in areas.  This condition limited and restricted my visual inspection.  Dense vegetation and landscaping up against or near the house foundation and exterior walls may be prone to water penetration and insect infestation. Trimming, pruning, and some landscaping are recommended by a qualified contractor

 4 – Attached Garage
4.4.1 – Floor
Attached Garage Floor 1
CRACKING – COMMON

The concrete floor in the garage was cracked. Due to expansive soils, minor cracks are to be expected in the slabs or control joints. Recommend a qualified contractor to evaluate and repair or replace as needed.

 5 – Interior, Doors, Windows
5.2.1 – Ceilings & Walls

Ceilings & Walls 1

MINOR CRACKS-WALLS

Minor cracking was visible on the interior walls.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

5.2.2 – Ceilings & Walls

Ceilings & Walls 2

NAIL POPS-CEILINGS

There were “nail pops” visible on the interior ceilings.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

5.4.1 – Doors
RUBS FRAME
BASEMENT BEDROOM

An interior door rubs at the door frame when closing. This may mean the door or frame is out of the square or that hinges may not be installed properly.

A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

5.5.1 – Windows

Windows 1

Windows 2
Windows 3
SEALANT DAMAGED AROUND FRAME

The sealant was damaged and deteriorated around the window. Recommend a qualified contractor to repair or replace as necessary.

 9 – Bathroom
9.8.1 – Electrical Fixtures & Switches

Electrical Fixtures & Switches 1

NOT WORKING – BULB

One or more bulbs were not working in the bathroom at the time of inspection.

Recommend a qualified contractor to evaluate and repair or replace as needed.

9.12.1 – Plumbing Fixtures

Plumbing Fixtures 1

LOOSE – HANDLE

A plumbing fixtures control handle was loose at the time of inspection. Recommend a qualified contractor to evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

 10 – Bathroom 2
10.3.1 – Exhaust Fan

Exhaust Fan 1

DIRTY

The bathroom exhaust fan was very dirty and possibly clogged.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

 14 – Electrical
14.2.1 – Distribution Panels
Distribution Panels 1
SCREWS MISSING – PANEL COVER

Screws/fasteners were missing at the electrical panel cover. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

 17 – Cooling
17.3.1 – AC Compressor
AC Compressor 1
UNIT IS NOT LEVEL

The exterior compressor unit was not level. Over time, this may result in noisy fan operation, damage to the fan bearings, and a shortened fan lifespan, or it may result in movement of the compressor housing which can cause leaks in refrigerant lines resulting in expensive service. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary and according to current standards.