3 – Attic, Insulation, and Ventilation
3.1.1 – Attic Access
Attic Access 1
MISSING HATCH COVER
GARAGE

The attic access hatch cover was missing in the garage at the time of inspection. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

 4 – Exterior
4.4.1 – Wall-Covering, Flashing & Trim
Wall-Covering, Flashing & Trim 1
CRACKING – MINOR
LEFT SIDE OF HOME

Siding showed cracking or chipping and or damage in one or more places on the left side of the home. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

4.4.2 – Wall-Covering, Flashing & Trim
Wall-Covering, Flashing & Trim 2
Wall-Covering, Flashing & Trim 3
UNFAVORABLE GAPS
LEFT AND RIGHT SIDE OF HOME

The stone veneer had unfavorable gaps/missing stones in areas on both the left and right sides of the home. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

4.5.1 – Eaves, Soffits & Fascia
Eaves, Soffits & Fascia 1
DAMAGE – EAVES
FRONT OF THE HOME

The eave(s)/ 4 x 4’s at the front of the home had a cut or gash. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

4.10.1 – Window Wells
Window Wells 1
WINDOW WELLS MISSING COVERS
EXTERIOR

Window well(s) lacked covers and may represent a danger to small children and may trap pests. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

4.11.1 – Walkways
Walkways 1
CRACKING – MINOR
BACK WALKWAY

Minor cracking was visible on the back walkway(s) in areas. Monitoring is the minimum recommendation. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary and according to current standards.

4.11.2 – Walkways
Walkways 2
SIGNS OF REPAIRS
BACK WALKWAY

Signs of repairs were present on the back walkway(s) areas. Recommend asking the current homeowner for more information, and if repairs appear to be of poor quality it is recommended to have a qualified contractor evaluate further for any additional repairs necessary.

4.21.1 – Roof Drainage – Downspouts & Extensions
Roof Drainage - Downspouts & Extensions 1
MISSING – EXTENSIONS
EXTERIOR

The downspout (s) are missing the proper 6 ft. extensions. This condition may cause problems by introducing excessive amounts of moisture to the soil beneath the foundation. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

 5 – Attached Garage
5.4.1 – Floor
Floor 1
CRACKING – COMMON
GARAGE

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

5.6.1 – Door Opener
Door Opener 1
Door Opener 2
REVERSE SENSORS TOO HIGH
GARAGE

The photo-electric reverse sensors are installed too high from the garage floor surface. The vertical distance between the photo-eye beam and the floor should be no more than 6 inches. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

 6 – Interior, Doors, Windows
6.2.1 – Ceilings & Walls
Ceilings & Walls 1
Ceilings & Walls 2
Ceilings & Walls 3
DAMAGED – MULTIPLE ITEMS
MULTIPLE AREAS THROUGHOUT THE PROPERTY

The ceiling, walls, trim, and light switches showed various signs of minor cosmetic defects at numerous locations including all or some of the following: damage, cracks, holes, previous repairs, and/or improper repairs. A representative number of pictures were taken to provide an example. Should any of these issues appear excessive we recommend a qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace items as necessary.

6.5.1 – Windows
Windows 1
Windows 2
Windows 3
SCREENS-MISSING
INTERIOR

All windows and doors had missing screens at the time of inspection.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

6.6.1 – Electrical Outlets
Electrical Outlets 1
Electrical Outlets 2
NOT WIRED TO LIGHT
PRIMARY BEDROOM

An electrical outlet was not wired to a light fixture, in the primary bedroom. There was not an installed light source in this room at the time of inspection.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

6.10.1 – Installed Heat Source
Installed Heat Source 1
Installed Heat Source 2
Installed Heat Source 3
LOW HEAT FURNACE
MAIN LEVEL

The supply registers supplied lower detectable heat temperatures than adjacent heat sources on the main level at the time of inspection.  It is possible that the thermostat on the main level is not communicating with the furnace. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

 7 – Kitchen
7.5.1 – Cabinets & Counters
Cabinets & Counters 1
DAMAGED – CABINET
KITCHEN

The cabinets were worn/damaged in areas in the kitchen. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

7.19.1 – Installed Heat Source
Installed Heat Source 1
LOW HEAT FURNACE
KITCHEN

The supply register supplied lower detectable heat than adjacent heat sources at the time of inspection.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

 8 – Bathroom
8.14.1 – Tub, Shower Area
Tub, Shower Area 1
MISSING ENCLOSURE
PRIMARY BATHROOM

The shower enclosure in the primary bathroom was missing at the time of inspection.

 9 – Bathroom 2
9.17.1 – Installed Heat Source
Installed Heat Source 1
LOW HEAT FURNACE
HALL BATHROOM

The supply register supplied lower detectable heat than adjacent heat sources at the time of inspection.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

 10 – Bathroom 3
10.4.1 – Ceilings & Walls
Ceilings & Walls 1
ACCESS HOLE
BASEMENT 1/2 BATHROOM

The drywall was cut out for an access hole in the basement 1/2 bathroom.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

10.9.1 – Cabinets & Counters
Cabinets & Counters 2
LOOSE – COUNTERTOP
BASEMENT 1/2 BATHROOM

The countertop was loose and not fastened securely in the basement 1/2 bathroom.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

 12 – Bathroom 5
12.4.1 – Ceilings & Walls
Ceilings & Walls 1
DOOR KNOB HOLE
MAIN LEVEL GUEST BATHROOM

The wall was damaged or dented from the door knob in the main level guest bathroom.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

12.17.1 – Installed Heat Source
Installed Heat Source 1
LOW HEAT FURNACE
MAIN LEVEL GUEST BATHROOM

The supply register supplied lower detectable heat than adjacent heat sources at the time of inspection.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

 13 – Laundry
13.15.1 – Installed Heat Source
Installed Heat Source 2
LOW HEAT FURNACE
LAUNDRY ROOM

The supply register supplied lower detectable heat than adjacent heat sources at the time of inspection.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

 16 – Electrical
16.4.1 – Service-Entrance Conductors
Service-Entrance Conductors 1
Service-Entrance Conductors 2
CONDUIT DAMAGE
ELECTRICAL PANEL

The conduit protecting the service entrance conductors is disconnected/bent or damaged which can expose the electrical conductors to damage. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

 17 – Water Heating Equipment
17.13.1 – Water Temperature
 Water Temperature 1
WATER TEMPERATURE LOW
WATER HEATER

The water temperature was below the suggested range of 120-130 degrees. Recommend adjusting the water heater thermostat first. If water does not reach the acceptable range then a qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace it as necessary.

 19 – Cooling
19.6.1 – Cooling System Operation
Cooling System Operation 1
THE COOLING SYSTEM DID NOT OPERATE
AC

The cooling system/compressor did not operate at the time of inspection when tested. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair/replace as necessary.