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1234 Main St.
Jupiter, Florida 33469
11/21/2019 9:00AM

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Major defect or safety concern

Thank you for entrusting Brasfield Home Inspection LLC with your new home inspection. Please review the information I've outlined for you below. It contains valuable information that will assist you with reviewing the report. As always, should you have questions, comments or concerns after reviewing the report, please do not hesitate to call or email. 

Orientation

For the sake of this inspection the front of the home will be considered as the portion pictured in the cover photo. References to the left of right of the home should be construed as standing in the front yard, viewing the front of the home.

Overview

Brasfield Home Inspection, LLC strives to perform all inspections in substantial compliance with the Standards of Practice as set forth by the State of Florida DBPR and the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) which can be found at https://www.nachi.org/sop.htm. As such, I inspect the readily accessible, visually observable, installed systems and components of the home as designated in these Standards of Practice. This inspection is neither technically exhaustive or quantitative. Please refer to the pre-inspection agreement for full details.

Other Notes - Important Info

INACCESSIBLE AREAS: In the report, there may be specific references to areas and items that were inaccessible or only partly accessible. I can make no representations regarding conditions that may be present in these areas but were concealed or inaccessible for review. With access and an opportunity for inspection, reportable conditions or hidden damage may be found in these areas.

COMPONENT LIFE EXPECTANCY - Components may be listed as having no deficiencies at the time of inspection, but may fail at any time due to their age or lack of maintenance, that couldn't be determined by the inspector. A life expectancy chart can be viewed by visiting https://www.nachi.org/florida-life-expectancy.htm

PHOTOGRAPHS: Several photos are included in your inspection report. These photos are for informational purposes only and do not attempt to show every instance or occurrence of a defect.

TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS: This report is proofread before sending it out, but typographical errors may be present. If any errors are noticed, please feel free to contact me for clarification.

Comment Key - Definitions

This report divides deficiencies into three categories:

-Major Defects (RED) - Items or components that may require a major expense to correct. Items categorized in this manner require further evaluation and repairs or replacement as needed by a Qualified Contractor prior to the end of your contingency period/date of move-in.

-Marginal Defects (ORANGE)- Items or components that were found to include a deficiency. These items may have been functional at the time of inspection, but this functionality may be impaired, not ideal, or the defect may lead to further problems. Repairs or replacement is recommended to items categorized in this manner for optimal performance and/or to avoid future problems or adverse conditions that may occur due to the defect, prior to the end of your contingency period. Items categorized in this manner typically require repairs from a Handyman or Qualified Contractor and are not considered routine maintenance or DIY repairs.

-Minor Defects/Maintenance Items/FYI (BLUE)- Items or components that were found to be in need of recurring or basic general maintenance and/or may need minor repairs which may improve their functionality. Also included in this section are items that were at the end of their typical service life or beginning to show signs of wear, but were in the opinion of the inspector, still functional at the time of inspection. 

These categorizations are in my professional judgement and based on what I observed at the time of inspection. This categorization should not be construed as to mean that items designated as "Minor defects" or "Marginal Defects" do not need repairs or replacement. Due to your perception, opinions, or personal experience you may feel defects belong in a different category, and you should feel free to consider the importance you believe they hold during your purchasing decision. 


Once again, I'd like to thank you for your business. Please let me know when you have completed reading the report. I will be happy to answer any questions you may have, or provide clarification.


Welcome home! 

Corey Brasfield, Owner

Brasfield Home Inspection, LLC

(561) 320-2319

www.brasfieldhomeinspection.com

1 - Inspection Details

Weather Conditions
Cloudy
Temperature (approximate)
90 Fahrenheit (F)
Inspection Attendance
Home buyer, Buyers agent
Structure Type
Single Family, Two story structure
Occupancy
Occupied
Utilities Present
Water, Electric, Gas

2 - Foundation

Foundation: Material
Concrete slab, Not visible
Foundation: Subflooring
Concrete, Not Visible
Foundation: Foundation was not fully visible for inspection.
Foundation: Subfloor was not fully visible for inspection.

3 - Exterior

Exterior Photos: Exterior Photos
Vegetation, Grading, Drainage: Grading
Level site
Driveway & Walkways: Driveway Material
Paver block
Driveway & Walkways: Walkway Material
Paver block
Porch: Porch Material
Paver block
Porch: Porch Cover
Porch covering had a distinct roof
Exterior Walls: Structure Material
Masonry Block
Exterior Walls: Finish Material
Stucco
Eaves, Soffits, and Fascia: Materials
Wood, Metal
Gutters & Downspouts : Type
Partial Gutters, Metal
Faucets: Inspected exterior faucets
GFCIs & Electrical: Inspected GFCIs

I inspected ground-fault circuit interrupter receptacles and circuit breakers observed and deemed to be GFCIs using a GFCI tester, where possible.

Decks, Balconies & Patios: Appurtenance
Patio, Pool
Decks, Balconies & Patios: Appurtenance Material
Concrete
Decks, Balconies & Patios: Appurtenance Cover
Patio covering had a distinct roof, Removable awning
Exterior Doors: Type / Location
Front, Rear,
Single Swing Door, Sliding Glass, Impact resistant
Exterior Doors: Tracks and rollers

Sliding glass door tracks and rollers should be cleaned and lubricated on a regular basis.

Fences & Gates: Material
Extruded Aluminum
Fences & Gates: Normal wear and tear

Normal wear and tear was visible at the fence/gate.

Exterior Walls: Exterior walls were not fully visible at time of the inspection.
Eaves, Soffits, and Fascia: Trim pieces were not fully visible at time of the inspection.
Gutters & Downspouts : Gutters were not fully visible at the time of inspection.
GFCIs & Electrical: Unable to Inspect Everything

I was unable to inspect every electrical component or proper installation of the GFCI system according to modern code. A licensed electrician or township building code inspector could perform that type of test, which is beyond the scope of my visual-only home inspection. I inspected the electrical system as much as I could according to the Home Inspection Standards of Practice.

Decks, Balconies & Patios: Outdoor Kitchen Exclusion
The home had an outdoor kitchen. Outdoor kitchens are outside the scope of the InterNACHI standards of practice and are not included in the inspection.
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3.11.1 - Exterior Doors

Hardware Missing
Rear Sliding glass door

Door is missing one or more pieces of hardware. Recommend replacing or upgrading.
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3.11.2 - Exterior Doors

Paint/Refinish Needed

Door finish is worn. Recommend refinish and/or paint to maximize service life.

Here is a DIY article on refinishing a wood door. 

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3.11.3 - Exterior Doors

Door was difficult to operate
Rear Sliding glass door

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3.12.1 - Fences & Gates

Gate self-closing device missing/inoperable
Left

A self-closing device on the gate was not installed.  

4 - Sprinkler System

Sprinkler Systems: Brand
Rain Bird
Sprinkler Systems: Visibility

Sprinklers were not fully visible.

5 - Garage

General: Type
Attached garage, Double car, Golf cart
General: Door to Interior
Door to the interior was a solid rated door
Floor: Floor Material
Concrete
Firewall/Ceiling : Ceiling Material
Drywall
Firewall/Ceiling : Wall Material
Concrete, Drywall
Vehicle Door: Type
Automatic, Wind Rated
Vehicle Door: Material
Insulated, Steel
Vehicle Door: # of Vehicle Doors Present
2
Vehicle Door: Doors and hinges should be lubricated on a regular basis for proper operation.
Vehicle Door Opener: Brand
Genie, Liftmaster
Vehicle Door Opener: # of Units Present
2
Floor: Current occupants belongings prevent full visibility.
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5.2.1 - Floor

Common settlement cracks

Common settlement cracks (>1/8" wide) were visible.

6 - Electrical

Electrical Service : Service Entry
Underground service entry
Electrical Service : Total Amperage
Amps: 150 x 2
Main Panel: Panel Manufacturer
General Electric
Main Panel: Panel Type
Circuit Breaker
Main Panel: Panel Capacity
150x2
Main Panel: Panel Location
Right Side
Main Panel: Area around the panel box should be kept clear in front (30") and side to side (36") for accessibility
Sub-Panel A: Panel Manufacturer
General Electric
Sub-Panel A: Panel Type
Circuit Breaker
Sub-Panel A: Panel Capacity
150 AMP
Sub-Panel A: Sub-panel A Location
Garage
Sub-Panel A: Area around the panel box should be kept clear in front (30") and side to side (36") for accessibility
Sub-Panel A 2: Panel Manufacturer
General Electric
Sub-Panel A 2: Panel Type
Circuit Breaker
Sub-Panel A 2: Panel Capacity
150 AMP
Sub-Panel A 2: Sub-panel A Location
Garage
Sub-Panel A 2: Area around the panel box should be kept clear in front (30") and side to side (36") for accessibility
Sub-Panel B (pool): Panel Manufacturer
Square D
Sub-Panel B (pool): Panel Type
Circuit Breaker
Sub-Panel B (pool): Panel Capacity
100 AMP
Sub-Panel B (pool): Sub-panel A Location
Pool equipment
Sub-Panel B (pool): Area around the panel box should be kept clear in front (30") and side to side (36") for accessibility
Electrical Branch Wiring : Electrical Branch Wiring Type
Non Metallic (NM) Copper Branch Wire (Romex)
GFCI & AFCI: AFCI protection was installed for bedroom protection.
GFCI & AFCI: Additional AFCI/GFCI Information will be found in area-specific locations (i.e. Kitchen/Bathroom)
Generator: A whole house generator was present. This is outside the scope of the inspection and was not inspected.

7 - Heating & Cooling Systems

Cooling System: Cooling System Type
Air Conditioner, Split System
Cooling System: Cooling source
Electric
Cooling System: Manufacturer
Carrier
Cooling System: Size (Tonnage)
4
Cooling System: Age
02/08/2007
Cooling System: Location
Left Side
Cooling System 2: Cooling System Type
Air Conditioner, Split System
Cooling System 2: Cooling source
Electric
Cooling System 2: Manufacturer
Carrier
Cooling System 2: Size (Tonnage)
2.5
Cooling System 2: Age
10/01/2007
Cooling System 2: Location
Right Side
Cooling System 3: Cooling System Type
Air Conditioner, Split System
Cooling System 3: Cooling source
Electric
Cooling System 3: Manufacturer
Carrier
Cooling System 3: Size (Tonnage)
2.5
Cooling System 3: Age
01/08/2007
Cooling System 3: Location
Left Side
Heating System: Heating System Type
Forced Air
Heating System: Heat Source
Electric
Heating System: Manufacturer
Carrier
Heating System: Age
01/01/2007
Heating System: Location
Upstairs Hallway closet
Heating System: Air Filters Locations
At front of unit
Heating System: Filter Maintenance
Recommend that home buyers replace or clean HVAC filters upon taking occupancy depending on the type of filters installed. Regardless of the type, recommend checking filters monthly in the future and replacing or cleaning them as necessary. How frequently they need replacing or cleaning depends on the type and quality of the filter, how the system is configured (e.g. always on vs. "Auto"), and on environmental factors (e.g. pets, smoking, frequency of house cleaning, number of occupants, the season.
Heating System 2: Heating System Type
Forced Air
Heating System 2: Heat Source
Electric
Heating System 2: Manufacturer
Carrier
Heating System 2: Age
09/01/2007
Heating System 2: Location
Garage
Heating System 2: Air Filters Locations
Hallway
Heating System 2: Filter Maintenance
Recommend that home buyers replace or clean HVAC filters upon taking occupancy depending on the type of filters installed. Regardless of the type, recommend checking filters monthly in the future and replacing or cleaning them as necessary. How frequently they need replacing or cleaning depends on the type and quality of the filter, how the system is configured (e.g. always on vs. "Auto"), and on environmental factors (e.g. pets, smoking, frequency of house cleaning, number of occupants, the season.
Heating System 3: Heating System Type
Forced Air
Heating System 3: Heat Source
Electric
Heating System 3: Manufacturer
Carrier
Heating System 3: Age
02/01/2007
Heating System 3: Location
Master bedroom attic
Heating System 3: Attic Installation

Be advised that there is air handler equipment installed in the non-air conditioned attic.


Although this is a common practice, attic installations of air handler units are problematic. Operation of an air handler in a hot, humid attic will cause the equipment to condense on its surface (sweat). This condition is similar to an ice tea glass taken outside on a hot humid day. The outside of glass"sweats". This sweating is actually the phenomena of a cold surface in contact with hot humid air, and greatly simplified, is explained by stating the cold surface is causing this hot, humid air to coalesce or "condense" on the glass' cold surface.

We have determined that if a Attic installed air handler's surface has been condensing over time, this condensing can damage the return air plenum's, and any condensate overflow pans installed. Left unattended, this condensation dripping onto the return air plenum's, and any condensate overflow pans will rot the plenum's and the overflow pans and will provide a harbor for organic growth of mold and mildew.


Our research has determined that many of the installation of Attic air handlers have been done with improperly specified equipment. Often, Attic installed equipment has been designed, factory tested and strictly intended for installation usage in an air-conditioned and pressurized environment maybe the case here. We are visual home inspectors and are not able to provide you with detailed analysis of any installed equipment.

For additional information, please consult with a qualified and licensed air conditioning contractor/and or mechanical engineer.


Once plenum damage and overflow damage has started, and especially if organic growth has begun, repairs can become expensive.


This unit is installed in the non-air conditioned Attic.( this is a very poor practice).

Heating System 3: Air Filters Locations
Master bedroom
Heating System 3: Filter Maintenance
Recommend that home buyers replace or clean HVAC filters upon taking occupancy depending on the type of filters installed. Regardless of the type, recommend checking filters monthly in the future and replacing or cleaning them as necessary. How frequently they need replacing or cleaning depends on the type and quality of the filter, how the system is configured (e.g. always on vs. "Auto"), and on environmental factors (e.g. pets, smoking, frequency of house cleaning, number of occupants, the season.
Thermostat(s) Condition: Thermostat Type
Programmable
Thermostat(s) Condition: Thermostat Location(s)
Upper hallway
Thermostat(s) Condition: Temperature Differential
16 Degrees
This is the number of degrees the system is cooling (or heating) the house air. Normal range for this number is 14-24 degrees when operating the system during hot weather, lower when ambient temperatures are lower. The system functioned as expected when tested and appeared to be serviceable at the time of the inspection. As with all mechanical equipment, the unit may fail at any time without warning. The inspector cannot determine future failures.
Thermostat(s) Condition 2: Thermostat Type
Programmable
Thermostat(s) Condition 2: Thermostat Location(s)
Kitchen
Thermostat(s) Condition 2: Temperature Differential
15
This is the number of degrees the system is cooling (or heating) the house air. Normal range for this number is 14-24 degrees when operating the system during hot weather, lower when ambient temperatures are lower. The system functioned as expected when tested and appeared to be serviceable at the time of the inspection. As with all mechanical equipment, the unit may fail at any time without warning. The inspector cannot determine future failures.
Thermostat(s) Condition 3: Thermostat Type
Programmable
Thermostat(s) Condition 3: Thermostat Location(s)
Master bedroom
Thermostat(s) Condition 3: Temperature Differential
16
This is the number of degrees the system is cooling (or heating) the house air. Normal range for this number is 14-24 degrees when operating the system during hot weather, lower when ambient temperatures are lower. The system functioned as expected when tested and appeared to be serviceable at the time of the inspection. As with all mechanical equipment, the unit may fail at any time without warning. The inspector cannot determine future failures.
Distribution : Type
Flexible Insulated ducts
System Service Recommendation: Heating and Cooling system general disclaimer

The inspector can not make a determination on when a system will or may fail.  Air conditioning systems should always be evaluated and serviced upon taking ownership. 

System Service Recommendation: System Service Recommendation

The last service date of this system was unverified by the inspector. A qualified heating and cooling contractor should inspect, clean, and service this system annually in the future.

A service is always recommended when taking ownership of a property.

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7.1.1 - Cooling System

End of Life Warning

Cooling system was near or exceeded the end of its useful life (12-15 yrs.) and may need replacement in the near future.

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7.2.1 - Cooling System 2

End of Life Warning

Cooling system was near or exceeded the end of its useful life (12-15 yrs.) and may need replacement in the near future.

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7.3.1 - Cooling System 3

End of Life Warning

Cooling system was near or exceeded the end of its useful life (12-15 yrs.) and may need replacement in the near future.

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7.4.1 - Heating System

End of Life Warning

Heating system was near or exceeded the end of its useful life (12-15 yrs.) and may need replacement in the near future.

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7.5.1 - Heating System 2

End of Life Warning

Heating system was near or exceeded the end of its useful life (12-15 yrs.) and may need replacement in the near future.

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7.6.1 - Heating System 3

End of Life Warning

Heating system was near or exceeded the end of its useful life (12-15 yrs.) and may need replacement in the near future.

8 - Plumbing

Water Supply & Distribution Systems: Main Water Shut-Off Location
Right side
Water Supply & Distribution Systems: Main Water Line Material
Copper
Water Supply & Distribution Systems: Water Supply Lines Material
Pex
Gas Storage & Distribution Systems: Gas System Type
Natural gas system and meter
Gas Storage & Distribution Systems: System Location
Right Side
Gas Storage & Distribution Systems: Main Gas Shut-off Location
Gas Meter
Drain, Waste, & Vent Systems: Material
PVC/CPVC
Water Heater: Manufacturer
American

Water temperature should be set to no higher than 130 degrees F to prevent scalding. 


Water Heater: Type
Natural Gas
Water Heater: Size (Gallons)
75
Water Heater: Mfg Date
05/01/2007
Water Heater: Location
Garage
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Comment
8.3.1 - Drain, Waste, & Vent Systems

Leaking Pipe
Jack and Jill left sink

A drain, waste and/or vent pipe showed signs of a leak. Recommend a qualified plumber evaluate and repair.
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8.4.1 - Water Heater

End of Life Warning

Water heater was near or exceeded the end of its useful lifespan (10-12 years). Recommend monitoring it's effectiveness and replacing in the near future.

9 - Laundry

Laundry: Laundry Location
Utility room, Laundry sink appeared to be in serviceable condition.
Laundry: Dryer Vent
Metal (Flex)
Laundry: Dryer vent should be cleaned prior to first use, in order to ensure there is no lint buildup.

10 - Interior

Interior Photos
Doors: Interior Door Type
Hollow core wood, Interior sliding door
Windows: Window Types
Single hung, Impact rated glass
Windows: Window maintenance

Windows should be sealed and sills should be cleaned on the inside and outside on a regular basis to prevent moisture intrusion.

Floors: Floor Covering Material
Carpet, Tile
Walls: Wall Material
Drywall
Ceilings: Ceiling Material
Drywall
Steps, Stairways & Railings: Stairs photos
Smoke Detectors: Smoke Detector Type
Hardwired with battery back-up
Smoke Detectors: Smoke Detector Locations
Master bedroom
Smoke Detectors: Existing smoke detectors that are older than 7 years should be replaced to ensure operability.
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10.2.1 - Windows

Slides/Tension Springs damaged

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10.2.2 - Windows

Cracked/broken glass present

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10.2.3 - Windows

Caulk/ grout needed

Caulk or grout is needed to prevent moisture intrusion.

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10.3.1 - Floors

Carpet damaged/deteriorated
1st Floor stairs

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10.6.1 - Steps, Stairways & Railings

Loose Balusters
1st Floor

Handrail balusters were loose. This could pose a safety hazard. Recommend a qualified handyman evaluate and fasten. 

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10.6.2 - Steps, Stairways & Railings

Stair covering not secured

This is a tripping hazard.

11 - Bathrooms

Bathroom Locations: Bathroom Locations (Main Floor)
Master bathroom, Hall bathroom
Bathroom Locations: Bathroom Locations (Second Floor)
en suite bathroom, en suite bathroom 2, Jack and Jill bathroom
Sink Condition: Sink photos
Sink Condition: Sink to counter transition should be sealed on a regular basis.
GFCI & Electric in Bathroom: GFCI-Protection Tested

I inspected the GFCI-protection at the receptacle near the bathroom sink by pushing the test button at the GFCI device or using a GFCI testing instrument. 

All receptacles in the bathroom must be GFCI protected. 

Bathroom Ventilation Systems: Exhaust Fans
Fan Only
Bathroom Ventilation Systems: Exhaust fans should be cleaned on a regular basis.
Toilet Condition: Toilet photos
Bathtub Condition: Bathtub photos
Shower Condition: Shower photos
Countertops & Cabinets: Countertop Material
Granite, Porcelain
Countertops & Cabinets: Cabinetry
Wood, Laminate
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11.2.1 - Sink Condition

Backsplash should be sealed
2nd Floor En Suite Bathroom 1

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11.6.1 - Bathtub Condition

Caulk/grout needed

Bathtub-to-floor or to-wall transition was missing sufficient caulk/sealant. This can lead to water damage. Recommend adding sealant at sides and corners where bathtub touches walls or floor.

Here is a helpful DIY video on caulking gaps. 

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11.7.1 - Shower Condition

Caulk/grout needed

Area should be recaulked/grouted.

12 - Kitchen

Kitchen Photos
Sink: Sink Photos
Sink: Sink to countertop transition should be sealed on a regular basis
Garbage Disposal: Brand
Badger
Garbage Disposal: Garbage Disposal was operational at the time of inspection.
GFCI: GFCI Tested

I observed ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) protection in the kitchen. 

Dishwasher: Brand
Kitchenaid
Dishwasher: Dishwasher was operational at the time of inspection.
Built-in Microwave: Brand
Kitchenaid
Built-in Microwave: Microwave was operational at the time of inspection.
Range/Oven/Cooktop: Brand
Kitchenaid
Range/Oven/Cooktop: Range/Oven Energy Source
Gas
Range/Oven/Cooktop: Range/Oven/Cooktop was operational at the time of inspection.
Ventilation: Brand
Kitchenaid
Ventilation: Exhaust Hood Type
Re-circulate
Refrigerator: Brand
Kitchenaid
Refrigerator: Refrigerator was operational at the time of inspection.
Refrigerator: Icemaker was operational at the time of inspection.
Countertops & Cabinets: Countertop Material
Synthetic material
Countertops & Cabinets: Cabinetry
Wood
Floors, Walls, Ceilings: Floors, Walls, Ceilings Inspected

I inspected the readily visible surfaces of floors, walls and ceilings. I looked for material defects according to the Home Inspection Standards of Practice

13 - Attic

Structural Information: Inspection Method
Partially Traversed
Structural Information: Roof Structure
Trusses
Structural Information: Roof Framing
Roof Framing: 2x4, Ceiling Framing: 2x4
Structural Information: Attic pictures
Attic Hatch: Access Location
Garage, Master bedroom closet, Secondary bedroom closet
Insulation: Insulation Material
Blanket/Batt Fiberglass, Loose Mineral Wool
Ventilation: Ventilation type
Soffit Vent
Structural Information: Limited Visiblity

Due to the nature of the attic area, not all areas may be adequately visible. Other factors may also limit visibility (i.e. excessive heat, pest evidence, live animals, limited light areas, shadows). 

Structural Information: Areas inaccessible
Some attic areas were inaccessible due to lack of permanently installed walkways, the possibility of damage to insulation, low height and/or stored items. These areas are excluded from this inspection.

14 - Roof

Roof Type/Style
Hip
Inspection Method
Binoculars, Roof was walked
Typical maintenance should be completed on a regular basis
Roof Coverings: Material
Clay/concrete tile
Roof Flashings: Material
Aluminum

15 - Pool & Spa

Pool: Pool Material
Concrete
Pool: Pool Finish
Aggregate
Pool: Pool deck should be maintained/sealed on a regular basis
Pool: Pool photos
Spa: Spa Material
Concrete
Spa: Spa Finish
Aggregate
Spa: Spa photos
Pool Pump: Circulation Pump

Circulation pump was in good working order at the time of the inspection.

Pool Pump 2: Circulation Pump

Circulation pump was in good working order at the time of the inspection.

Pool Filter: Pool Filter Type
Cartridge filter
Pool Filter: Filter maintenance

Filter should be cleaned and serviced on a regular basis.

Pool Blower: Pool Blower Type(s)
Spa jets
Pool Cleaning and Sanitation System: Pool Cleaning and Sanitation System
Suction cleaner, Robot cleaner (self contained), Chlorinator
Heater: Heater Type
Pool and spa heater
Heater: Pool heater was tested and operational at the time of inspection.
Pool & Spa Safety: Pool Boundary/Enclosure
Aluminum tube (extruded)fencing
Pool & Spa Safety: Pool Safety Items
Anti-vortex drain cover installed, Swim out was present at deep end of the pool

16 - Well equipment

General: Location of equipment
Right
General: Location of Tank shut off
Valve picture
General: Maintenance recommendation
The water system should be maintained on a regular basis. A certified well company should evaluate and maintain the system to ensure proper functionality.  
Pressure tank: Tank photos
Pump: Pump photos