4 – Exterior – Condo/Townhome
4.1.1 – Exterior Doors
Exterior Doors 1
MISSING – SCREEN DOOR

A screen door was missing at the time of inspection.

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

 6 – Interior, Doors, Windows
6.2.1 – Ceilings & Walls
Ceilings & Walls 1
Ceilings & Walls 2
ASBESTOS CEILING
THROUGHOUT PROPERTY

The property had ceiling materials that may contain asbestos. Ceiling tiles or popcorn textures were manufactured or installed using asbestos as late as the early 90s.

In the past, asbestos fibers were added during production to strengthen and increase durability. Materials that contain asbestos, when intact and in good condition, are generally considered non-friable and not hazardous. Heat, water, weathering, or aging can weaken asbestos materials to the point where it is considered friable. Friable material includes any material containing more than 1 percent asbestos that can be crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder with hand pressure. This includes previously non-friable material which has been damaged to the extent that it may be crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder by hand pressure and can also be made friable during its removal. Friable materials can release asbestos fibers into the air. Once in the air, asbestos fibers present a health hazard to people who inhale those fibers.

6.4.1 – Doors

Doors 1

HARDWARE NOT RECESSED

The door had improperly installed door hardware that was not recessed flush with the door and/or jamb.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

6.4.2 – Doors

Doors 2

MISSING – FLOOR GUIDES

The door had missing or damaged floor guides.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

6.5.1 – Windows
Windows 1
Windows 2
Windows 3
LOCK NOT WORKING
BEDROOMS

The window did not lock properly.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

6.6.1 – Electrical Outlets

Electrical Outlets 1

JUNCTION BOX MISSING COVER

A wiring junction box was missing a cover plate.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

6.10.1 – Fireplace Wood-Burning
Fireplace Wood-Burning 1
CLEANING NEEDED

The visible areas of the firebox and chimney flue were dirty at the time of the inspection. Most of the chimney flue was inaccessible and was not inspected. Dirty flues are potential fire hazards and should be cleaned by a professional. Recommend having the chimney evaluated by a C.S.I. (Chimney Safety Institute) -qualified chimney sweep.

 7 – Kitchen
7.2.1 – Doors

Doors 1

MISSING – DOORSTOP
The door had a damaged or missing doorstop.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.
7.3.1 – Ceilings & Walls

Ceilings & Walls 1

ASBESTOS CEILING

The property had ceiling materials that may contain asbestos. Ceiling tiles or popcorn textures were manufactured or installed using asbestos as late as the early 90s.

In the past, asbestos fibers were added during production to strengthen and increase durability. Materials that contain asbestos, when intact and in good condition, are generally considered non-friable and not hazardous. Heat, water, weathering, or aging can weaken asbestos materials to the point where it is considered friable. Friable material includes any material containing more than 1 percent asbestos that can be crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder with hand pressure. This includes previously non-friable material which has been damaged to the extent that it may be crumbled, pulverized, or reduced to powder by hand pressure and can also be made friable during its removal. Friable materials can release asbestos fibers into the air. Once in the air, asbestos fibers present a health hazard to people who inhale those fibers.

7.12.1 – Food Waste Disposer

Food Waste Disposer 1

MISSING WIRING CLAMP

The food waste disposer was missing the wiring connector (clamp and bushing).  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

7.13.1 – Dishwasher
Dishwasher 1
NOISE

The dishwasher made an unusual noise when on.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

 8 – Bathroom
8.2.1 – Doors
STRIKE NOT LATCHING
PRIMARY BATHROOM

The door would not latch when closed and may need adjustment at the strike plate to latch properly. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

8.12.1 – Plumbing Fixtures
LEAK – SHOWER HEAD

There was a leak at the shower head connection at the time of inspection. Recommend a qualified contractor to evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

8.14.1 – Tub, Shower Area
Tub, Shower Area 1
POSSIBLE MOLD
PRIMARY BATHROOM

Evidence of a possible mold-like substance was observed bath or shower area.  We did not inspect, test, or determine if this growth is or is not a health hazard. The underlying cause is moisture. It is recommended to consult a mold inspector or mold remediation specialist to determine if further action is needed. Further analysis by a mold remediation specialist is recommended. Axium recommends our premier partner – Mold Removal Express. They can be contacted at 720-464-1555 or online at www.axiuminspections.com/mold-removal-express.

 9 – Bathroom 2
9.9.1 – Cabinets & Counters
Cabinets & Counters 1
CAULKING – BACKSPLASH

The countertop needs caulking with silicone along the backsplash.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

9.9.2 – Cabinets & Counters
LOOSE – CABINETRY
SHARED BATHROOM

The base cabinetry was loose and not securely fastened to the wall.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

9.12.1 – Plumbing Fixtures
WATER NOT DIVERTED
SHARED BATHROOM

The shower diverter did not divert all of the water to the shower and a stream of water passed through the bathtub spout when the shower was on.  A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair or replace as necessary.

 12 – Central Water Heating
12.1.1 – Water Temperature
Water Temperature 1
WATER TEMPERATURE LOW

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.