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1234 Main St.
Las Vegas, Nevada 89107
11/21/2019 9:00AM

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Items Inspected
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1 - Inspection Details

General: In Attendance
Client
General: Occupancy
Vacant
General: Type of Building
High Rise/Condominium
General: Temperature (approximate)
101 ° Fahrenheit
General: Weather Conditions
Clear
General: Year Unit was Built
2007
All Utilities in Operation

Electrical On

Water On

2 - Kitchen

General - Kitchen: Overview
General - Kitchen: Ceiling Material
Drywall
General - Kitchen: Wall Material
Drywall, Glass Backsplash
 
General - Kitchen: Countertop Material
Quartz
General - Kitchen: Floor Coverings
Tile
General - Kitchen: Cabinetry Material
Melamine
General - Kitchen: Oven and range/cooktop appeared to work normal at time of inspection.
General - Kitchen: Range/Oven Energy Source
Electric
General - Kitchen: Exhaust Hood Type
Vented
General - Kitchen: HVAC Register Present In Room
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2.5.1 - Floors

Tile Chipped

A chip and deep scuff or scratch mark in the tile is located in front of the dishwasher. I recommend that the tile be repaired or replaced by a qualified tile installer.

Tile Tile Contractor
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2.10.1 - Dishwasher

No Water

Although the dishwasher appeared to be connected, no water was supplied to the dishwasher when started. I turned on the water to the dishwasher as it was easily accessible from underneath the kitchen sink. The dishwasher was started and it appeared to operate normally. After the dishwasher cycle was completed and drained, I turned the water back off under the sink. Please note - a qualified handyman will need to turn the water on to the dishwasher before it can be operated in the future. 

Tools Handyman/DIY
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2.18.1 - Refrigerator

No Water to Refrigerator

There is no ice or water at the refrigerator dispenser or freezer. Access could not be gained behind the refrigerator to verify if a water line exists or is connected to the unit. A qualified appliance installer or repairman should confirm if water is routed to the unit and can be turned on. 

Wash Appliance Repair

3 - Laundry Room

General - All Rooms: Overview
General - All Rooms: Ventilation Method
The Dryer Vent Could Not Be Verified
Limitation: Obstructed View

The electrical, water, and venting connections behind the washer and dryer were not accessible and could not be verified or inspected. 

Washer & Dryer: Appliances Present
Washer & Dryer
Washer & Dryer: Washer & Dryer Tested

The washer and dryer were operated and appeared to perform normally at the time of the inspection. 

4 - Living Room & Foyer

General - All Rooms: Overview
General - All Rooms: Ceiling Material
Drywall
General - All Rooms: Wall Material
Drywall
 
General - All Rooms: Floor Coverings
Tile
General - All Rooms: HVAC Register Present In Room
General - All Rooms: Smoke Detector Tested

The smoke and/or carbon monoxide detector(s) located in this area were pushed to test and appear to be in working condition unless otherwise noted. Age of the smoke and/or carbon monoxide detectors could not be verified. A typical smoke and or carbon monoxide detector should be replaced every ten years according to most manufacturers.

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4.5.1 - Floors

Gap at Tile

There is a small gap between the tile and the baseboard in the living room as identified. The tile appears to have been cut slightly short. The gap should be filled with or touched up with matching grout by a qualified handyman.  

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4.5.2 - Floors

Halo or Smudging at Floor

There appears to be a Halo or inconsistent color located at a section of the tile flooring in the living room. A piece of furniture may have covered this area and protected it from UV rays/cleaning products or left a substance behind. I recommend that a qualified flooring contractor evaluate the area and clean, repair, or replace the tile as necessary.

Flooring Flooring Contractor
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4.7.1 - Windows

Shades Not Aligned

One of the motorized shades in the living room is approximately 1 foot lower than all of the others. A qualified contractor should adjust or repair the shade so it is and operates at the same height as the others in the living room.

Contractor Qualified Professional
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4.12.1 - Electrical Devices

Loose Electrical Box

The identified electrical floor outlets can be felt to be loose at the tile surface when plugging or unplugging something in. Gaps can be seen around one of the floor outlets as it moves. We recommend that a electrical contractor center and fasten the outlets and trim boxes firmly to the floor. 

Electric Electrical Contractor
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4.12.2 - Electrical Devices

No Power - Unable to test

The electrical outlet identified did respond when tested. A qualified electrician should evaluate the circuit and device and repair or replace as needed. 

Electric Electrical Contractor
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4.12.3 - Electrical Devices

Blank Receptacles

Some of the floor outlets in the living room have blank devices. Conduit raceways may lie beneath the flooring, which can be used to run wire to the devices. However, these raceways were not confirmed. A qualified contractor should evaluate these devices to see if they can be used for future power or low voltage as desired. 

Contractor Qualified Professional

5 - Master Bedroom

General Information: Overview
General Information: Ceiling Material
Drywall
General Information: Wall Material
Drywall
 
General Information: Floor Coverings
Carpet
General Information: HVAC Register Present In Room
General Information: Smoke Detector Tested

The smoke and/or carbon monoxide detector(s) located in this area were pushed to test and appear to be in working condition unless otherwise noted. Age of the smoke and/or carbon monoxide detectors could not be verified. A typical smoke and or carbon monoxide detector should be replaced every ten years according to most manufacturers.

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5.6.1 - Doors

Seal Strip Peeling Off

The seal strip at the edge of the master bedroom entry door is starting to peel away from the channel. A door contractor should repair or replace the seal strip. 

Door Door Repair and Installation Contractor
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5.7.1 - Windows

Ripped Window Shade

The edge of one of the window shades is ripped in the master bedroom. A qualified window or blinds contractor should repair or replace the window shade. 

Contractor Qualified Professional
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5.10.1 - Electrical Devices

Loose Electrical Box

The identified electrical outlet can be felt to be loose inside its enclosure when plugging or unplugging something in. We recommend that a electrical contractor fasten the box firmly inside its enclosure.

Electric Electrical Contractor
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5.10.2 - Electrical Devices

Blank Receptacles

Some of the floor outlets in the master bedroom have blank devices. Conduit raceways may lie beneath the flooring, which can be used to run wire to the devices. However, these raceways were not confirmed. A qualified contractor should evaluate these devices to see if they can be used for future power or low voltage as desired.

Contractor Qualified Professional

6 - 2nd Bedroom

General Information: Overview
General Information: Ceiling Material
Drywall
General Information: Wall Material
Drywall
 
General Information: Floor Coverings
Carpet
General Information: HVAC Register Present In Room
General Information: Smoke Detector Tested

The smoke and/or carbon monoxide detector(s) located in this area were pushed to test and appear to be in working condition unless otherwise noted. Age of the smoke and/or carbon monoxide detectors could not be verified. A typical smoke and or carbon monoxide detector should be replaced every ten years according to most manufacturers.

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6.6.1 - Doors

Door Handle Missing

The plastic door handle for the inside of the 2nd bedroom is missing. A door contractor should install a matching door handle so that the door can be opened easily as intended from the inside of the room. NOTE: The matching master bedroom doors have handles on both sides. 

Door Door Repair and Installation Contractor
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6.10.1 - Electrical Devices

Cover Plate Damaged

The cover plate for the light switch in the 2nd bedroom closet is damaged and should be replaced. 

Electric Electrical Contractor
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6.10.2 - Electrical Devices

Protruding From Wall

The electrical device in the 2nd bedroom is sticking out beyond the wall and is not installed appropriately. Recommend licensed electrician repair or replace.

Electric Electrical Contractor
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6.10.3 - Electrical Devices

Blank Receptacles

One of the floor outlets in the 2nd bedroom has a blank device. Conduit raceways may lie beneath the flooring, which can be used to run wire to the device. However, these raceways were not confirmed. A qualified contractor should evaluate this device to see if it can be used for future power or low voltage as desired.

Contractor Qualified Professional

7 - Master Bathroom

General Information: Overview
General Information: Ceiling Material
Drywall
General Information: Wall Material
Drywall
 
General Information: Floor Coverings
Tile
General Information: HVAC Register Present In Room
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7.6.1 - Doors

Damaged Door

The entry door for the master bathroom is damaged. The frame of the door has separated at the top corner and the glass insert is beginning to fall out. The door cannot be closed and latched in its current condition. A door contractor should repair or replace the door. 

Wrenches Handyman
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7.9.1 - Bathroom Sink(s)

Poor Water Pressure at Sink

Poor water pressure was observed flowing from both sinks in the master bath. The aerators for the sinks appear to have a lot of calcium buildup on them. This may be or at least partially be the cause of the poor water pressure at the sinks. I recommend that the sink faucets  and water pressure be evaluated by a plumbing contractor. 

Pipes Plumbing Contractor
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7.9.2 - Bathroom Sink(s)

Hot and Cold Reversed

Typically when a faucet valve for a sink is turned to the left the sink produces hot water and to the right, cold water. It appears that this has been reversed in the master bathroom for both sinks. This is a matter of personal preference due to the style of the faucets installed in the home. However, the half bath is installed the opposite way. A qualified plumber should repair the fixtures as desired. 

Pipes Plumbing Contractor

8 - Half Bath

General Information: Overview
General Information: Ceiling Material
Drywall
General Information: Wall Material
Drywall
 
General Information: Floor Coverings
Tile
General Information: No HVAC Register Present In Room
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8.6.1 - Doors

Seal Strip Peeling Off

The seal strip at the edge of the master bedroom door is starting to peel away from the channel. A door contractor should repair or replace the seal strip. 

Door Door Repair and Installation Contractor

9 - Electrical

Limitations: Low Voltage

Low voltage systems such as alarm systems, stereo systems, and structural wiring including phone, cable, and Ethernet are beyond and scope of this inspection and are not included in this report.

Service Entrance Conductors: Electrical Service Conductors
Below Ground
Main Panel: Main Panel Location
Entryway coat closet
Main Panel: Main Panel Capacity
200 AMP
Main Panel: Overcurrent Protection Type
Circuit Breaker
Main Panel: Main Panel Manufacturer
Siemens
Branch Wiring Circuits, Breakers & Fuses: Branch Wire 15 and 20 AMP
Copper
Branch Wiring Circuits, Breakers & Fuses: Wiring Method
Conduit
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9.3.1 - Main Panel

Singed Electrical Panel

The electrical panel dead front has a large singe mark on it. This is an indication that a large arc was generated inside the electrical panel. The reason for the electrical arc is unknown. It may have happened due to a defective electrical component, an overloaded circuit, or water may have entered the panel from a leak in the past. The electrical panel appeared to operate normally at the time of the inspection and the singe mark did not appear to affect the operation or integrity of the electrical system at the time of the inspection. However, I recommend that a electrical contractor evaluate the electrical system for further review to ensure it is operating safely and properly and to possibly find the cause of the singe mark.

Electric Electrical Contractor
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9.6.1 - Branch Wiring Circuits, Breakers & Fuses

Unused Circuit Breakers

There are spare/unused circuit breakers in the panel that are in the on position but have no wires running to them. For added safety, I recommend that these circuit breakers be turned to the off position or removed from the panel and a cover be installed in their place.

Electric Electrical Contractor

10 - Plumbing

Limitaions: Water Pressure Not Tested

The water pressure in the unit could not be determined because it is a high rise unit and a readily available spigot for a standard water pressure gauge does not exist.

Water Heater: Hot Water Power Source

The domestic hot water production system is managed by the high rise facilities. 

Water Source & Distribution: Type
Unknown
Water Source & Distribution: Water Supply Material to the Home
Could not be verified
Water Source & Distribution: Water Distribution Material
Could not be verified
Water Temperature: Measured at Kitchen Sink
126 Degrees Fahrenheit
Drain, Waste, & Vent Systems: Material
Not Visible
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10.3.1 - Water Source & Distribution

Unidentified Distribution Supply Lines

The plumbing distribution system was largely not visible due to limited access. There are indications that the plumbing lines are PEX as clear lines are seen protruding from the wall underneath the kitchen sink. I recommend further evaluation of the plumbing distribution lines material as needed by a licensed plumber

Pipes Plumbing Contractor
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10.3.2 - Water Source & Distribution

Sediment

A black residue was left on the surface of the tub after testing the master bath tub water supply. Solids in the water lines tend to build of over time if the plumbing fixtures have not been operated for a significant amount of time. I recommend cleaning the residue and monitoring the water quality in the home. 

Mag glass Monitor

11 - 2nd Bathroom

General Information: Overview
General Information: Ceiling Material
Drywall
General Information: Wall Material
Drywall
 
General Information: Floor Coverings
Tile
General Information: No HVAC Register Present In Room
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11.5.1 - Floors

Defect at Tile Floor

There is a mark on the 2nd bathroom floor in front of the left vanity. It is unclear if the mark is a substance that spilled on the floor or if the tiles finish is worn away in this area.  I recommend that a flooring contractor evaluate the defect and repair or clean it off as necessary. 

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11.6.1 - Doors

Damaged Door

The entry door for the 2nd bathroom has a large crack in the glass. A door contractor should replace the door. 

Door Door Repair and Installation Contractor
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11.6.2 - Doors

Seal Strip Missing

The seal strip for the 2nd bathroom entry door is missing from the door frame. The strip should be replaced. 

Door Door Repair and Installation Contractor
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11.10.1 - Bathroom Sink(s)

Poor Water Pressure at Sink

Poor water pressure was observed flowing from both sinks in the 2nd bathroom. The aerators for the sinks appear to have a lot of calcium buildup on them. This may be or at least partially be the cause of the poor water pressure at the sinks. I recommend that the sink faucets  and water pressure be evaluated by a plumbing contractor.

Pipes Plumbing Contractor
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11.10.2 - Bathroom Sink(s)

Hot and Cold Reversed

Typically when a faucet valve for a sink is turned to the left the sink produces hot water and to the right, cold water. It appears that this has been reversed in the 2nd bathroom for both sinks. This is a matter of personal preference due to the style of the faucets installed in the home. However, the half bath is installed the opposite way. A qualified plumber should repair the fixtures as desired. 

Pipes Plumbing Contractor
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11.13.1 - Shower

Gap at Shower Trim

There is a gap between the shower trim valve and the shower wall. I recommend that this gap be sealed with caulking even if there is a gasket somewhere behind the trim. NOTE: the shower valve is not centered as well and can be adjusted as desired. 

Tools Handyman/DIY
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11.16.1 - Electrical Devices

Cover Plates Missing

A screw is missing at the cover plate for the light switch located in the 2nd bathroom. 

Tools Handyman/DIY

12 - Air Conditioning

Thermostat Controls: Thermostat Locaction
Living Room and Master Bedroom
Cooling Equipment: Brand (Air Handler)
International Environmental Corp. (IEC)
Cooling Equipment: Energy Source/Type
Central Plant Water Chiller
Distribution System: Ductwork
Not Visible
Distribution System: Summary of System
2 zone
Distribution System: Temperature Drop (Common Areas)
62.7 - 48.9 Degrees Fahrenheit

The national average temperature differential split between supply and return air is 14 - 20 degrees Fahrenheit. This system responded and achieved an acceptable differential temperature of 14 degrees Fahrenheit.

Distribution System: Temperature Drop (Master Bedroom)
63.8 - 50.3 Degrees Fahrenheit

The national average temperature differential split between supply and return air is 14 - 20 degrees Fahrenheit. This system responded and achieved an acceptable differential temperature of 14 degrees Fahrenheit.

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12.3.1 - Cooling Equipment

Coil Fins Damaged

Some of the fins in for the air handler coils have been pushed down. The fins should be repaired to increase and maintain air temperature control efficiency. This is a relatively simple repair using a special comb to straighten out the fins.

Fire HVAC Professional
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12.3.2 - Cooling Equipment

Corrosion at Fittings

Some copper water fittings inside the air handler located in the master bedroom appear to be corroded and have a buildup of calcium scale. These fitting should be evaluated by a qualified plumber and repaired or replaced as necessary to avoid future water leaks.

Contractor Qualified Professional

13 - Heating

Thermostat Controls: Thermostat Locaction
Living Room and Master Bedroom
Heating Equipment: Brand
International Environmental Corp. (IEC)
Heating Equipment: Energy Source
Electric
Heating Equipment: Heat Type
Electric Heating Coils
Heating Equipment: Heater Operation
Both the master bedroom heater and the common area heater were operated. The heaters worked properly at the time of inspection.
Distribution System: Ductwork
Not Visible
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13.3.1 - Heating Equipment

Burning Smell

Electric heaters typically produce a burning smell when 1st operated at the beginning of the cold season. This is due to dust that accumulates on the electric heater coils. When the heaters are operated, the dust burns and produces a distinct burning smell. The heaters produced this smell when they were operated during the inspection. However, the smell dissipated within a few minutes.

Contractor Qualified Professional