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1234 Main St.
Black River, Mauritius 90607
15/12/2019 9:00AM

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Items Inspected
6
Maintenance item
45
Marginal
10
Major

Thank you for choosing Home Inspection Ltd to inspect your new home. Please read your entire Inspection Report carefully. This report is based on an inspection of the visible portion of the structure at the time of the inspection with a focus on safety and function. 


MINOR CONCERN / Maintenance

  • Maintenance items, DIY items, or recommended upgrades will fall into this category. These concerns will ultimately lead to Moderate Concerns and Major Concerns if left neglected for extended periods of time. These Concerns may be more straightforward to remedy.


MARGINAL CONCERN / Recommendations

  • Most items will fall into this category. Concerns that inevitably lead to, or directly cause (if not addressed in a timely manner) adverse impact on the value of the home, or unreasonable risk (Unsafe) to people or property. These concerns typically require further evaluation or may be more complicated to remedy.


MAJOR CONCERN / Safety Hazards

  • A specific issue with a system or component of a residential property that may have a significant, adverse impact on the value of the property, or that poses an unreasonable risk to people or property. These Concerns are often imminent or may be very difficult or expensive to remedy.


These categorizations are in our professional judgement and based on what we 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. The recommendations in each comment is more important than its categorization.

1 - Inspection Details

1.1 General
General: Inspection Date
Tamarin

Inspection Date: 10 September 2019

General: Inspection Reference Number
1
Inspection Reference Number:
General: Inspection Service
Residential Buyer Inspection
General: Property Address - Unit Number
Tamarin
General: Property Type
RES Development Scheme
General: Property Style
Villa
General: Property Occupancy Status
Occupied, Furnished
General: Inspection Attendance
Home Inspector, Client's Relative, Home Owner
General: Utilities Status
All Utilities ON
Status of utilities at the time of the inspection.
General: Inspection Weather Conditions
Sunny
General: Relative Temperature
26 Celsius (C)
General: PDS Documentation
Required PDS Documentation Available
Property Development Scheme (PDS)

2 - Property Development Scheme (PDS)

2.1 As Built Drawings
2.2 Ceiling Colour References
2.3 Compliance Certificates
2.4 Practical Completion Certificate
2.5 Internal Doors
2.6 Decennial Insurance
2.7 List of Keys
2.8 Operation & Maintenance Manuals
2.9 Wall Colour References
2.10 Warranty Certificates
2.11 Warranty for Appliances
As Built Drawings: Structural
Yes
As Built Drawings - Structural
As Built Drawings: Electrical
Yes
As Built Drawings - Electrical
As Built Drawings: Plumbing
Yes
As Built Drawings - Plumbing
As Built Drawings: HVAC
Yes
As Built Drawings - HVAC
Ceiling Colour References: Internal Ceiling Colour
Yes
Ceiling Colour References - Internal Ceiling Colour
Compliance Certificates: Electrical
Yes
Compliance Certificate - Electrical
Compliance Certificates: Plumbing
Yes
Compliance Certificate - Plumbing
Compliance Certificates: HVAC
Yes
Compliance Certificate - HVAC
Compliance Certificates: Gas (if applicable)
Yes
Compliance Certificate - Gas (if applicable)
Internal Doors: Timber Doors
Yes
Internal Doors - Timber Doors
Internal Doors: Timber Screen References
Yes
Internal Doors - Timber Screen References
Operation & Maintenance Manuals: Electrical
Yes
Operation & Maintenance Manuals - Electrical
Operation & Maintenance Manuals: Plumbing
Yes
Operation & Maintenance Manuals - Plumbing
Operation & Maintenance Manuals: Air Conditioning
Yes
Operation & Maintenance Manuals - Air Conditioning
Operation & Maintenance Manuals: Swimming Pool (if applicable)
Yes
Operation & Maintenance Manuals - Swimming Pool (if applicable)
Wall Colour References: Internal Wall Colour
Yes
Wall Colour References - Internal Wall Colour
Wall Colour References: External Wall Colour
Yes
Wall Colour References - External Wall Colour
Warranty for Appliances: Built-In Oven
Yes
Warranty Certificates - Built-In Oven
Warranty for Appliances: Built-In Stove
Yes
Warranty Certificates - Built-In Stove
Warranty for Appliances: Dishwasher
Yes
Warranty Certificates - Dishwasher
Warranty for Appliances: Washing Machine
Yes
Warranty Certificates - Washing Machine
Warranty for Appliances: Microwave
Yes
Warranty Certificates - Microwave
Practical Completion Certificate: Practical Completion Certificate
Yes
Practical Completion Certificate
Decennial Insurance: Decennial Insurance
Yes
Decennial Insurance
Warranty Certificates: Anti-Termite
Yes
Warranty Certificates - Anti-Termite
Warranty Certificates: Waterproofing
Yes
Warranty Certificates - Waterproofing
Warranty for Appliances: Refrigerator
Yes
Warranty Certificates - Refrigerator
List of Keys: List of Keys
Yes
List of Keys

3 - Property Site

3.1 Boundary Walls
3.2 Building Lot
3.3 Fences
3.4 Gate Condition
3.5 Landscape Irrigation
3.6 Retaining Wall
3.7 Tree
3.8 Tree Roots
3.9 Vegetation
3.10 Wrought Iron
Boundary Walls: Boundary Wall Material
Concrete Block (CMU)

The Boundary Wall material was _concrete_. It is a wall constructed on the land of one owner. The boundary will normally run along the centre line of the wall.

Boundary Walls: Boundary Wall Inspected - Few Defects
Main Road Facing
The Boundary Wall was visually inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Fences: Fence Material
No Fence Present
A fence is a structure that encloses an area, typically outdoors, and is usually constructed from posts that are connected by boards, wire, rails or netting. A fence differs from a wall in not having a solid foundation along its whole length.
Gate Condition: Gate Overview
A gate may consist of metal bars or wooden pickets that blocks people (or animals) from going through. Gates are typically part of a fence.
Gate Condition: Automated Gate Inspected - No Defects
No Damage, Automated Gate Working, No Sticking, No Sagging

The Automated Gate to the property was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present. The following Gate elements were checked.

Landscape Irrigation: Landscape Control Panel Location
Mechanical Room
The landscape irrigation (sprinkler) system was operated with a control panel located in the _____.
Landscape Irrigation: Landscape Irrigation Inspected - Few Defects
Front Garden Pool side
The Landscape Irrigation system was visually inspected and is operational with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Tree: Trees Inspected - No Defects or Concern
The Trees present on the property site were inspected with No Defects or concern in relation to the foundations or roofing structure.
Tree Roots: Tree Roots Inspected - No Defects or Concerns
The Tree Roots were inspected where possible with No Defects or concern present that would directly impact on the structure.
Vegetation: Vegetation Inspected - Few Defects or Concerns
Too near to Exterior Wall
The site Vegetation was visually inspected with Few Defects or concern present that would directly impact on the structure. Notable defects listed in the report.
Building Lot: Building Lot - Soil Inspected - No Expansive Soil Concern
Erosion, Debris, Vegetation Proximity to Foundations
The home is located in an area with Expansive Soil. Inspection of soil lies beyond the scope of the general home inspection. The home site soil conditions were not inspected or analysed. Such testing to be done by a geotechnical specialist / engineer. The inspection is limited to the general visual aspects of the site upon which the home is constructed. The following Site elements were checked.
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3.1.1 - Boundary Walls

Boundary Wall - Damage - Moderate
Main Road Facing

Moderate (Repair)

The boundary wall exhibited moderate damage or deterioration at the time of the inspection. Causes of these cracks in concrete walls can be due to thermal movement of the wall causing settlement and subsidence. The expansive soil, when used either as a foundation material or construction material gives rise to many problems in the form of damages to structure. The various damages caused to the boundary walls are mainly due to differential heaving and shrinkage of the foundation soil. The inspector recommends repair by a qualified contractor.

Contractor Qualified Professional
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3.2.1 - Building Lot

Building Lot - Planting Beds Near Foundation

Planting beds have been constructed near the exterior walls. Water for plants will eventually soak into soil and may reach soil supporting the foundation. Excessively high moisture levels in soil supporting the foundation can affect its ability to support the weight of the structure above. The Inspector recommends removal of any planting beds near the foundation or re-planting with vegetation that has low water requirements.(Xeriscaping - A Process of landscaping or gardening that reduces or eliminates the need for supplemental water from irrigation)
Yard scissors Landscaping Contractor
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3.5.1 - Landscape Irrigation

Landscape Irrigation - Sprinkler Heads - Broken

The inspector noted a few broken sprinkler heads. These should be replaced to avoid wasting water. All work should be performed by a qualified contractor.
Yard scissors Landscaping Contractor
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3.5.2 - Landscape Irrigation

Landscape Irrigation - Sprinkler Waters Foundation

Landscape irrigation sprinklers were installed in a manner that causes irrigation water to seep into the soil at the foundation. This condition can result in foundation damage. The Inspector recommends to have the sprinkler moved further away from the foundation. 

Yard scissors Landscaping Contractor
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3.9.1 - Vegetation

Vegetation - Exterior Walls
North / East facing direction

The exterior wall covering had vegetation growing against it which will accelerate deterioration of the siding by holding moisture against the wall, which promotes decay. The Inspector recommends that vegetation be cut back.

Yard scissors Landscaping Contractor

4 - Exterior

4.1 Driveway
4.2 Driveway - Compaction
4.3 Driveway - Cracking
4.4 Driveway - Drainage
4.5 Driveway - Heaving - Settling of Soil
4.6 Driveway - Seal Joint
4.7 Driveway - Surface
4.8 Driveway - Tree Roots
4.9 Driveway - Trip Hazard
4.10 Walkway
4.11 Walkway - Cracks
4.12 Walkway - Heaving & Settling of Soil
4.13 Walkway - Seal Joint
4.14 Walkway - Trip Hazard
4.15 Exterior Door
4.16 Exterior Door - Deadbolts
4.17 Exterior Door - Doorstop
4.18 Exterior Door - Hardware
4.19 Exterior Door - Operation
4.20 Exterior Door - Paintwork
4.21 Exterior Door - Sweeps
4.22 Exterior Door - Trim & Frame
4.23 Exterior Window
4.24 Exterior Window - Panes
4.25 Exterior Window - Sill
4.26 Exterior Window - Trim
4.27 Foundation
Driveway - Tree Roots: Driveway Tree Root Damage Inspected - No Defects
The driveway was visually inspected and had no Tree Root Damage present.
Exterior Door: Exterior Door Overview
A doorway that allows entrance to or exit from a building.
Exterior Door: Exterior Door Number Total
3
The Total number of Exterior doors inspected is _____.
Exterior Door - Doorstop: Exterior Door Stop Inspected - No Defects
The Exterior Door Stop was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Exterior Window: Exterior Window Frame Material
Aluminium
The Exterior Window Frame material is ____.
Exterior Window: Exterior Window Style
Sliding
The Exterior Window Style is ____.
Exterior Window - Panes: Exterior Window Panes Inspected - No Defects
The Exterior window Panes were visually inspected with No Defects present.
Foundation: Foundation Inspected - No Defects
The visible Foundation was inspected with No Defects present.
Driveway: Driveway - Material Surface Overview
Crushed Coral
A short road leading from a public road to a house or other building. A road giving access from a public way to a building on abutting grounds.
Driveway: Driveway Inspected - Few Defects

The driveway was inspected with Few Defects observed. Notable defects listed in the report.

Driveway - Drainage: Driveway Drainage Inspected - No Defects
Dry Conditions
The driveway drainage gradient was visually inspected and did not drain towards the structure.
Walkway: Walkway Material Surface Overview
Concrete
A passage or path, especially one that is covered or raised above the ground.
Walkway - Heaving & Settling of Soil: Walkway Heaving & Settling Inspected - Few Defects
South - Backyard Walkway

The walkway was inspected for Heaving / Soil Settlement with Few Defects present. Observed Defected noted in the report.

Exterior Door: Exterior Door Head Flashing Inspected - No Defects
Main Entrance Door

The Exterior door Head Flashing was inspected with No Defects present. The following door Head Flashing Elements were checked.


Correct Head Flashing Installed, Adequate Sealant, No Threshold Damage.

Exterior Door: Exterior Door Inspected - No Defects
No Damage, Main Entrance Door
The Exterior door was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present. The following Exterior Door Elements were checked.
Exterior Door: Exterior Door Inspected - Few Defects
Back Door - South Facing

The Back Exterior door was visually and functionally inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.

Exterior Door - Deadbolts: Exterior Door Deadbolts Inspected - No Defects
The Exterior door was visually and functionally inspected with No Deadbolt Defects present.
Exterior Door - Hardware : Exterior Door Hardware Overview
The function of door hardware refers what mechanisms are used and how they operate in your hardware.(1) Exterior hardware includes door knobs and levers(2) Exterior hardware such as deadbolts and entry sets come in (a) Single Cylinder and / or (b) Double Cylinder functions(3) Strike Plate is a metal plate affixed to a door jamb with a hole or holes for the bolt of the door. When the door is closed, the bolt extends into the hole in the strike plate and holds the door closed
Exterior Door - Hardware : Exterior Door Hardware Inspected - No Defects
No Damage
The Exterior door Hardware was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Exterior Door - Operation: Exterior Door Operation Inspected - No Defects
No Door Jamb Binding, Correct Installation, Not Painted Shut, Door Not Warped, Adequate Gap Between Door & Floor
The Exterior door Operation was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present. The following Exterior door Operational Elements were checked.
Exterior Door - Paintwork: Exterior Door Paintwork Inspected - Few Defects
The Exterior door was visually inspected for Paint Peeling with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Exterior Door - Sweeps: Exterior Door Sweep Inspected - Few Defects
The Exterior door was visually inspected with Few Sweep Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Exterior Door - Trim & Frame: Exterior Door Trim & Frame Overview
Door Trim, Door Frame, Door Architrave
The Finish materials on the Exterior, such as moldings applied around door openings. This includes the frame or architrave.
Exterior Door - Trim & Frame: Exterior Door Trim & Frame Inspected - No Defects
Door Trim / Frame Straight, No Cracking, No Damage, No Deterioration, Correct Installation, Adequate Sealant
The Exterior Door Trim / Frame was visually inspected with No Defects present. The following Door Trim / Frame Elements were checked.
Exterior Window: Exterior Window Inspected - No Defects
Operation of Window, Hardware, Casement, Awning, Hinges, Seals
The Exterior Window was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present. The following Exterior Window Elements were checked.
Exterior Window - Panes: Exterior Window Pane Overview
Double Pane Glass
Single pane windows come with one pane of glass. Double pane windows come with two panes of glass. These panes are separated from each other by a spaced filled with air. That air traps winter's colder temperatures or summer's heat in between the two windows and forms a barrier that blocks the heat and cold from affecting the home.
Exterior Window - Sill: Exterior Window Sill Overview
The Exterior window sill is part of the window trim, the decorative covering around the window's edge that protects where the window attaches to the wall and prevents drafts and moisture from getting into the home. The window sill is the flat piece at the bottom of the window.
Exterior Window - Sill: Exterior Window Sill Inspected - Few Defects
The Exterior window sill was visually inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Exterior Window - Trim: Exterior Window Trim Overview
A piece of casing or decorative trim installed against the wall or around a window mount. A moulding applied around a Casement.
Exterior Window - Trim: Exterior Window Trim Inspected - No Defects
No Window Trim Present
The Exterior Window Trim was visually inspected with No Defects present. The following Window Trim Elements were checked.
Foundation: Foundation Wall Material Overview
Concrete, Reinforced Concrete
A foundation is the element of a structure which connects it to the ground, and transfers loads from the structure to the ground. Foundations are generally considered either shallow or deep. Foundation engineering is the application of soil mechanics and rock mechanics (Geotechnical engineering) in the design of foundation elements of structures.
Foundation: Foundation Type Overview
Slab-on-Grade
Foundation are classified on the basis of load transmission to the ground into two sub-categories i.e. Shallow Foundation and Deep Foundation
Foundation: Concrete Foundation Hidden - Disclaimer
Most of the poured concrete Foundation was hidden from view. The inspection was limited to visible areas only.
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4.1.1 - Driveway

Driveway - Needing Maintenance
Driveway

The driveway surface was rough with exposed stones and ruts. Crushed Coral layer needs to be topped up. Recommend contacting your local excavation contractors to discuss options and costs for driveway improvement. crushed coral

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4.7.1 - Driveway - Surface

Driveway Surface - Very Rough

The driveway was rough with exposed stones and ruts. Recommend contacting your local excavation contractors to discuss options and costs for driveway improvement.
House front Driveway Contractor
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4.9.1 - Driveway - Trip Hazard

Driveway Trip Hazard - Heaving or Settling

Trip hazards in the driveway appeared to be the result of heaving or settling of underlying soil. This condition is typically corrected by grinding off protruding areas, or by removing and replacing affected driveway sections. Visible rock / stone is being exposed. Any such work should be performed by a qualified contractor. 

House front Driveway Contractor
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4.12.1 - Walkway - Heaving & Settling of Soil

Erosion - Soil Consolidation
South - Backyard Walkway

One or more areas showed signs of ground erosion and/or soil consolidation which can weaken poured concrete surfaces eventually leading to cracking. Soil consolidation is a natural process that occurs over many years when the soil is placed loose. Recommend monitor for further erosion and repair as needed.

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4.14.1 - Walkway - Trip Hazard

Walkway - Trip Hazard
Walkway

Trip hazards in the walkways appeared to be the result of heaving or settling of underlying soil.   The walkway was compiled of numerous 60cm x 60cm cement slabs with a spacing of approximately 5cm between them. The majority of the slabs were noted to be raised due to the disbursement of the surrounding crushed coral ground covering, making them potential trip hazards. This condition is typically corrected by grinding off protruding areas, or by removing and replacing affected walkway sections, or topping up with surrounding crushed coral ground covering. Exposed ground sheeting also needs to be re-covered by topped up crushed coral ground covering. Any such work should be performed by a qualified contractor.

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4.15.1 - Exterior Door

Exterior Door - Closed Door Rattles - Strike Plate Adjustment
Exterior Back Door - South Facing

Exterior door does not fit flush in door frame and rattled when closed. Would benefit from having the strike plate trim tabs adjusted.

Wrenches Handyman
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4.15.2 - Exterior Door

Exterior Door - Threshold Damaged

The Threshold of the exterior door was damaged or deteriorated. Door sweep starting to pull off from the door. The Inspector recommends correction by a qualified contractor.

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4.15.3 - Exterior Door

Exterior Door - Trip Hazard

Entrance leading through the doorway is raised higher than normal posing a potential trip hazard, particularly for children and for the elderly. 

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4.20.1 - Exterior Door - Paintwork

Exterior Door Paintwork - Paint Peeling - Moisture Weathering
Back Door

The Exterior door had fading wood varnish and requires maintenance. Door may eventually operate poorly if left exposed to moisture. The Inspector recommends maintenance be performed by a qualified contractor.

Paint roller Painting Contractor
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4.21.1 - Exterior Door - Sweeps

Exterior Door Sweep - Damaged

Sweep at Exterior door was damaged or deteriorated. A sweep is a rubber strip that attaches to the bottom of a door to seal the gap between the bottom of the door and the threshold. Damaged or deteriorated sweeps should be replaced to help prevent moisture and pest intrusion and air / heat leakage that will increase heating / cooling costs and reduce home comfort.
Wrenches Handyman
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4.21.2 - Exterior Door - Sweeps

Exterior Door Sweep - None Installed
East Facing - Kitchen Back Door

No Exterior door sweep installed. A sweep is a rubber strip that attaches to the bottom of a door to seal the gap between the bottom of the door and the threshold. Missing sweeps should be replaced to help prevent moisture and pest intrusion and air / heat leakage that will increase heating/cooling costs and reduce home comfort. The rubber sweep in the photo below has been replaced with a wooden one which isn’t practical. The Inspector recommends that sweeps be installed on all doors to the exterior by a qualified contractor. 

Contractor Qualified Professional
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4.25.1 - Exterior Window - Sill

Exterior Window Sill - Damage - Moderate - Moisture - Sealant Maintenance

South
The window sill exhibited Moderate damage that appeared to be from moisture intrusion. Sealant around the window exterior should be re-applied as necessary to avoid continuing damage. All work should be performed by a qualified contractor.
Contractor Qualified Professional

5 - Exterior - Wall

5.1 Exterior Wall - Brick
5.2 Exterior Wall - Cracking
5.3 Exterior Wall - Damage
5.4 Exterior Wall - Deterioration
5.5 Exterior Wall - Efflorescence
5.6 Exterior Wall - Lintels & Ledges
5.7 Exterior Wall - Spalling
5.8 Exterior Wall - Thermal Cracking
5.9 Exterior Wall - Siding - Artificial Stone Veneer
5.10 Exterior Wall - Siding - Wood
Exterior Wall - Brick: Exterior Type Brick Installation
Plaster Over Brick
The exterior walls of the home were _____.
Exterior Wall - Cracking: Exterior Wall Inspected For Cracking - Few Defects
The Exterior wall was visually inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Exterior Wall - Damage: Exterior Wall Inspected for Damage - Few Defects
The Exterior wall was visually inspected for any Damage with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Exterior Wall - Deterioration: Exterior Wall Inspected for Deterioration - Few Defects
The Exterior wall was visually inspected for Deterioration with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Exterior Wall - Lintels & Ledges: Exterior Wall Lintel and Ledges Inspected - Few Defects
Bedroom 2

The Exterior wall Lintels and Ledges were visually inspected for Damage with cosmetic Defects present on Window ledge. Notable defects:  Ledge had a small hole and some paint splashes present.

Exterior Wall - Thermal Cracking: Exterior Wall Thermal Cracking Inspected - No Defects
The Exterior wall was visually inspected for Thermal Cracking with No Defects present.
Exterior Wall - Siding - Artificial Stone Veneer: Artificial Stone Veneer Installed
Exterior walls of the home were covered with artificial stone veneer. Stone veneer can be made from natural stone as well as manufactured stone. Natural stone veneer is made from real stone that is either collected, i.e. fieldstone, or quarried. The stone is cut to a consistent thickness and weight for use as a veneer.
Exterior Wall - Siding - Artificial Stone Veneer: Artificial Stone Veneer Inspected - No Defects
The Artificial Stone Veneer was visually inspected for Damage with No Defects present.
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5.2.1 - Exterior Wall - Cracking

Exterior Wall - Cracking - Above Door Opening - Degree of Structural Failure - Repair
East Facing Door Entrance - Closest to Driveway

The Exterior wall had cracking visible above the door entrance indicating a degree of structural failure. This condition should be repaired by a qualified masonry contractor before it becomes more serious.

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5.4.1 - Exterior Wall - Deterioration

Exterior Wall - Deterioration - General Surface Deterioration - Severe - Long Term Weathering - Cosmetic
East Facing Exterior Wall - Facing Boundary Wall

The Exterior wall cladding had severe general surface deterioration that appeared to be the result of long term weathering. Although this condition has a significant effect on appearance, it is a cosmetic concern, not a structural problem, but should get remedied to avoid further damage. The cause of these moisture markings could be from the result of a poor roof drainage system, forcing accumulated rain water to cascade vertically down the side of the property. Root cause needs to be determined and a Qualified Professional to be contacted for suitable remedial. 

Contractor Qualified Professional

6 - Exterior - Electrical

6.1 Electrical - Lighting - Exterior
6.2 Electrical - Supply - Electric Meter
6.3 Electrical - Switch - Exterior
6.4 Electrical - Wiring - Exterior
6.5 Electrical - Supply - Service Drop
6.6 Electrical - Supply - Service Panel
6.7 Electrical - Supply - Service Panel - Circuit Directory Label
6.8 Electrical - Supply - Service Panel - Dead Front Cover
6.9 Electrical - Supply - Service Panel - Exposure Type
6.10 Electrical - Supply - Service Panel - Interior
6.11 Electrical - Supply - Service Panel - Main Disconnect
6.12 Electrical - Supply - Service Panel - Over Current Protection Device
6.13 Electrical - Supply - Service Panel - Wiring
Electrical - Supply - Service Panel: Service Panel - Type
Main Breaker Load Center, Split-Bus
The Service Panel Type is _____.
Electrical - Supply - Service Panel: Service Panel - Brand
The Service Panel Brand is _____.
Electrical - Lighting - Exterior: Electrical Exterior Lighting Overview
Lighting or illumination is the deliberate use of light to achieve practical or aesthetic effects. Lighting includes the use of artificial light sources like lamps and light fixtures. Lighting can enhance task performance, improve the appearance of an area, provide security and have positive psychological effects on occupants.
Electrical - Lighting - Exterior: Electrical Exterior Lighting Inspected - Few Defects
Main Entrance
The Exterior Lighting was visually inspected and functionally tested with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Electrical - Switch - Exterior: Electrical Switch Inspected - Few Defects
The electrical switches were visually and functionally inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Electrical - Wiring - Exterior: Electrical Wiring Overview
Electrical wiring is an electrical installation of cabling and associated devices such as switches, distribution boards, sockets, and light fittings in a structure.
Electrical - Wiring - Exterior: Electrical Wiring Inspected - Few Defects
The electrical wiring was visually and functionally inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
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6.1.1 - Electrical - Lighting - Exterior

Electrical Exterior Lighting - Light Fixture - Damaged
Main Entrance

Substandard wiring practices were found (e.g. exposed sheathed wiring, exposed splices, improperly installed lighting / receptacles etc.) Recommend repairs be made by a qualified licensed electrical contractor

Electric Electrical Contractor
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6.3.1 - Electrical - Switch - Exterior

Electrical Switch - Unable to Determine Switch For Device
Garage

The inspector was unable to determine what device / light fixture is to be controlled by a switch mounted in the garage. One of the two switches in the panel was not present leaving a visible hole.  Inspector advises to have it traced by a qualified electrical contractor to ensure that safe conditions exist and to have the hole replaced / filled. 

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6.4.1 - Electrical - Wiring - Exterior

Electrical Wiring - Not Approved For Exterior
Main Entrance

Branch wiring observed at the home exterior was wrapped in a type of installation tape (inappropriate DIY measure) and electrical wiring was not protected with cable covers. The Inspector recommends that any such improper wiring be replaced with proper wiring / protective covering by a qualified electrical contractor to help ensure that safe conditions exist.

Electric Electrical Contractor

7 - Exterior - Plumbing

7.1 Plumbing - Main Water Shut Off
7.2 Plumbing - Water Quality
7.3 Plumbing - Water Supply
7.4 Plumbing - Water Supply Distribution Pipe
Plumbing - Water Supply: Water Supply - Water Source
Public
The Property Water Supply Source is _____.
Plumbing - Water Supply: Water Supply - Service Pipe Material
Plastic
The Water Service Pipe Material is _____.
Plumbing - Main Water Shut Off: Main Water Shut Off Inspected - No Defects
The Main Water Shut Off Valve was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Plumbing - Water Supply: Water Supply - Water Storage Tank - Cistern
The home had a cistern installed. A cistern is an underground water storage tank typically installed for firefighting purposes.
Plumbing - Water Supply Distribution Pipe: Water Distribution Pipe Material Overview
Materials commonly used to construct water pipes include cast iron, polyvinyl chloride (PVC), copper, steel or concrete. A water pipe is any pipe or tube designed to transport drinking water to consumers and the point of use (POU).
Plumbing - Water Supply Distribution Pipe: Water Distribution Pipe Material Inspected - No Defects
The Water Supply and Distribution Pipes were visually inspected with No Defects present.

8 - Exterior - HVAC

8.1 HVAC - System
8.2 HVAC - Airflow Restriction
HVAC - Airflow Restriction: HVAC Airflow Restriction Inspected - No Defects
Master Bedroom, Bedroom 1, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3
The Airflow Restriction was visually inspected with No Defects present.
HVAC - System: Air Conditioner Inspection Overview
Bedroom 2
Inspection of the air conditioning system typically includes visual examination of the following: (1) Compressor housing exterior and mounting condition (2) Refrigerant line condition (3) Proper disconnect (line of sight) (4) Proper operation (outside temperature permitting) (5) Proper condensate discharge. The system should be serviced at the beginning of every cooling season.
HVAC - System: Air Conditioner Brand
Other

The Brand of the Air Conditioner Unit is _McQuay__. This was consistent throughout the property.

Exterior Unit Manufacture Year was 2010.  The typical life expectancy of exterior units are approximately 13-15 years.

HVAC - System: Split System Overview
Bedroom 2
The air conditioning system was a split system in which the cabinet housing the compressor, cooling fan and condensing coils was located physically apart from the evaporator coils. As is typical with split systems, the compressor/condenser cabinet was located at the home's exterior so that the heat collected inside the home could be released to the outside air. Evaporator coils designed to collect heat from the home interior were located inside a duct at the furnace and were not directly visible.
HVAC - Airflow Restriction: HVAC Airflow Restriction Overview
Living Room, Master Bedroom, Bedroom 1, Bedroom 2, Bedroom 3

Your Air conditioner may be perfectly good at cooling the air, but that doesn't mean much if it can't circulate theairthrough your home. In centralized systems, cool air is distributed through your ductwork via a fan to all the corners of your home. But when the airflow is restricted, that can't happen.

HVAC - Airflow Restriction: HVAC Airflow Restriction Inspected - Few Defects
Living Room
The Airflow Restriction was visually inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
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8.1.1 - HVAC - System

HVAC - Pipe Insulation Damaged
Bedroom 2

The pipe insulation on the unit was damaged and perishing from exterior weather conditions.  Replacement of the insulation as needed is recommended by a qualified person.

Contractor Qualified Professional
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8.2.1 - HVAC - Airflow Restriction

HVAC Airflow Restriction - Dirt - Debris

Living Room

Airflow to the air conditioner compressor unit coils was restricted by dirt and / or debris on the exterior which may limit the system ability to dissipate heat. The cabinet should be cleaned in order to maintain cooling system efficiency and avoid problems from overheating of the compressor.



Fire HVAC Professional

9 - Roof

9.1 Roof - General
9.2 Roof - Coverings
9.3 Roof - Flashing
9.4 Roof - Flashing - Electrical Mast
9.5 Roof - Flashing - Headwall
9.6 Roof - Flashing - Kickout
9.7 Roof - Flashing - Roof Edge
9.8 Roof - Flashing - Sidewall
9.9 Roof - Flashing - Evaporative Cooler / Air Conditioner
9.10 Roof - Flashing - Transition
9.11 Roof - Flashing - Valley
9.12 Roof - Underlayment
9.13 Roof - Corner Trim
9.14 Roof - Fascia
9.15 Roof - Gable - Rake Trim
9.16 Roof - Soffits
9.17 Roof - Soffits - Staining
Roof - General : Roof Structure - Inspection Overview

Inspection of the roof structure from the exterior typically includes:(1) The general roof structure appearance(2) Roof-covering material condition(3) Flashing protecting roof-covering material penetrations, changes in roof-covering materials, and transitions where roof slopes change(4) Condition of combustion, plumbing and attic ventilation vents and devices(5) Chimney conditions(6) Roof drainage systems and components.


At the time of inspection the roof material seemed to be in good condition. I recommend monitoring for future damage and or leakage. Any defects will be listed separately in the report.

Roof - General : Roof - Inspection Method
Various Vantage Points, Balcony, Window
The roof was inspected from various locations and methods. The inspection was not an exhaustive inspection of every installation detail of the roof system according to the manufacturer's specifications. It is virtually impossible to detect a leak except if it is occurring at the time of the inspection or if there is visible evidence of previous leaks. Any known leaks should be disclosed to the inspector at the time of inspection.
Roof - General : Roof - Style - Configuration
Gable, Hip, Flat
The style / configuration of the roofing structure for the property.
Roof - Coverings: Roof Material Overview
Concrete, Wood
Roofing material is the outermost layer on the roof of a building, sometimes self-supporting, but generally supported by an underlying structure. A building's roofing material provides shelter from the natural elements. While the roofing system is composed of several components, the roof covering is the most visual part of the whole system and makes up the majority of waterproofing and protection. A roof is part of the building envelope.
Roof - Coverings: Roof Covering Inspected - Few Defects
South
The roof covering was visually inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Roof - Flashing - Roof Edge: Roof Edge Flashing Inspected - No Defects
No Missing Sections
The Roof Edge Flashing was visually inspected with No Defects present. The following Roof Edge Flashing Elements were checked.
Roof - Fascia: Old Architectural - Maintenance Required
Around the Entire Roofing structure

The home had older, architectural Fascia that needed maintenance. If deterioration is allowed to continue the fascia will need to be totally replaced. Replacement with similar fascia will be expensive. The inspector recommends maintenance by a qualified contractor.

Roof - Fascia: Fascia Inspected - Few Defects
Around the Entire Roofing structure

The fascia was visually inspected with many Defects Present. Notable defects listed in the report.

Roof - General : Roof - Unable to See Everything - Disclaimer
This is a visual only inspection of the roof-covering materials. It does not include an inspection of the entire system. There are components of the roof that are not visible or accessible at all, including the underlayment, decking, fastening, flashing, age, shingle quality, manufacturer installation recommendations, etc.
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9.2.1 - Roof - Coverings

Roof Covering - Discoloration - Staining
East

East

Though mostly functional at the time of the inspection the roof shows signs of aging. Wallaba (Dense tropical hardwood) Wooden Roof shingles were discolored, which can be caused by moisture, rust or soot. Recommend a qualified roofing contractor to evaluate and remedy with roof cleaning or repair where necessary. Recommend further evaluation and likely replacement in the near future. 

Roof Roofing Professional
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9.2.2 - Roof - Coverings

Roof Covering - Discoloration - Stain From Algae
East Facing View

East
Indications of staining and discoloration on the roof-covering materials observed. This condition seemed to be caused from algae. What we commonly call algae is actually not algae, but a type of bacteria capable of photosynthesis. Algae appears as dark streaks, which are actually the dark sheaths produced by the organisms to protect themselves from UV radiation. When environmental conditions are right, the problem can spread quickly across a roof. Algae attaches itself to the shingle by secreting a substance that bonds it tightly to the surface. Growth can be difficult to remove without damaging the roof. The best method is prevention. Algae stains can sometimes be lightened in color by using special cleaners. Power-washing and heavy scrubbing may loosen or dislodge granules. Chemicals used for cleaning shingles may damage landscaping. Also, the cleaning process makes the roof wet and slippery, so such work should be performed by a qualified professional.
Roof Roofing Professional
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9.2.3 - Roof - Coverings

Roof Covering - Exposed Fasteners

West
Indications of exposed fasteners observed at the roof-covering materials. Fasteners should not be exposed. Potential water entry points. Roof could leak. Further evaluation and correction is recommended.
Roof Roofing Professional
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9.2.4 - Roof - Coverings

Roof Covering - Torn or Split Shingles

South
The asphalt composition shingle roof had torn or split shingles which could lead to moisture intrusion. Recommend a qualified roofing contractor repair.
Roof Roofing Professional
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9.2.5 - Roof - Coverings

Roof Covering - Water - Moisture Ponding

West
Observed ponding / evidence thereof in one or more areas of roof. Ponding can lead to accelerated erosion and deterioration and the roof leaking. Recommend a qualified roofing contractor evaluate and repair.
Roof Roofing Professional
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9.14.1 - Roof - Fascia

Fascia - Maintenance Needed
Around the Entire Roofing structure

Trim around the Fascia needed maintenance as paint is peeling. All work should be performed by a qualified contractor.

Hammer Carpentry Contractor
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9.14.2 - Roof - Fascia

Fascia - Damaged in Places
Around the Entire Roofing structure

Home Fascia was damaged in places. The Inspector recommends repair by a qualified contractor.
Hammer Carpentry Contractor
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9.14.3 - Roof - Fascia

Fascia - Loose
Around the Entire Roofing structure

Fascia was loose or detached in places and needed repair or replacement. All work should be performed by a qualified contractor.
Hammer Carpentry Contractor
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9.14.4 - Roof - Fascia

Fascia - Old - Cupping - Joint Separation
Around the South Facing Roofing structure

Fascia was old, deteriorated, cupped in places and joints had opened at corners and splices. The Inspector recommends replacement by a qualified contractor.
Hammer Carpentry Contractor
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9.16.1 - Roof - Soffits

Soffits - Wasp Nest
Ground Floor - Near front door

Wasp nests were visible under the Soffits. The Inspector recommends nest removal.
Pest control Pest Control Pro

10 - Sliding Door

10.1 Sliding Door
10.2 Sliding Door - Operation
10.3 Sliding Door - Seals
10.4 Sliding Door - Trim
Sliding Door: Sliding Door Location
Patio Entertainment area

The Sliding Door was located at __Patio Entertainment area___.

Sliding Door: Total Number of Sliding Doors Inspected
2
The Total Number of Sliding Doors on the property is _____.
Sliding Door - Seals: Sliding Door Seals Inspected - No Defects
The Seals on the sliding door were inspected with No Defects present.
Sliding Door: Sliding Door Type Overview
Aluminium
A door drawn across an aperture on a groove or suspended from a track, rather than turning on hinges. A sliding glass door, patio door, or door wall is a type of sliding door in architecture and construction, is a large glass window opening in a structure that provide door access from a room to the outdoors, fresh air, and copious natural light.
Sliding Door: Sliding Door Inspected - Few Defects
Patio Entertainment area
The Sliding Door was visually and functionally inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Sliding Door - Operation: Sliding Door Operation Inspected - No Defects
The Sliding Door was visually and functionally inspected to test the various elements and mechanisms to ensure a smooth opening and closing experience with No Defects present.
Sliding Door - Trim: Sliding Door Trim Inspected - Few Defects
The Sliding Door Trim was visually inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
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10.1.1 - Sliding Door

Sliding Door - Ledge - Microbial Growth
Patio Entertainment area

Patio Entertainment area had visual microbial growth noted. Most of the possible visible growth was found on the exterior ledge of the sliding door leading off the Patio Entertainment area on right side of the home.

Not all Microbial Growths found in homes are dangerous to humans and pets, some are innocuous and can be DIY cleaned. However, some indoor Microbial Growths  can be dangerous to health and must be dealt with by professionals. Recommend further evaluation and remediation.

Contractor Qualified Professional

11 - Roof Drainage

11.1 Roof Drainage - Systems
11.2 Roof Drainage - Gutter
11.3 Roof Drainage - Downspouts
11.4 Flat Roof - Drainage
11.5 Flat Roof - Scuppers
11.6 Flat Roof - Sediment
11.7 Flat Roof - Water Pooling
Roof Drainage - Downspouts: Roof Downspout Overview
A vertical pipe used to drain rainwater from a roof. Attached to the side of a building, through which water flows from the roof into a drain. Downspouts are usually vertical and usually extend down to ground level. The water is directed away from the building's foundation, to protect the foundations from water damage. The water is usually piped to a sewer, or let into the ground through seepage.
Roof Drainage - Downspouts: Roof Downspout Inspected - Few Defects
Ground Floor West
The property Downspouts were visually inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Flat Roof - Drainage: Flat Roof Scuppers with Downspouts
Entrance Hall
The home had a relatively flat roof sloped to route roof drainage to scuppers installed at the roof edges. Downspouts were installed to route roof runoff away from soil near the foundation.
Flat Roof - Drainage: Flat Roof Drainage Inspected - Few Defects
Entrance Hall
The Flat Roof Drainage System was visually inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
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11.3.1 - Roof Drainage - Downspouts

Roof Downspouts - Location Concern - Proximity to Foundation Structure

South West
One or more downspouts drain too close to the structure's foundation. This can result in excessive moisture in the soil at the foundation, which can lead to foundation / structural movement. Excessive moisture levels in soil near the foundation can affect the ability of the soil to support the weight of the structure above and can cause damage related to soil/foundation movement. Recommend a qualified contractor adjust downspout extensions to drain at least 1,8 meters from the foundation.
Roof Roofing Professional
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11.4.1 - Flat Roof - Drainage

Flat Roof Drainage - Significant Pooling with Staining Present - Accumulated Sediment
Entrance Hall

Sediment accumulated on the flat roof indicated that water from precipitation has been pooling in amounts that may constitute a hazardous condition. Water is extremely heavy and excessive accumulation on the roof can lead to structural roof failure. The Inspector recommends you consult with a qualified roofing contractor to discuss options and costs for correcting this condition.
Roof Roofing Professional
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11.5.1 - Flat Roof - Scuppers

Flat Roof Scuppers - No Downspouts Installed

The home had a relatively flat roof sloped to route roof drainage to scuppers installed at the roof edge. No downspouts were installed to route roof runoff away from soil near the foundation. This condition may cause excessively high moisture levels in soil near the foundation that can affect the ability of the soil to support the weight of the home structure. The Inspector recommends installation of downspouts by a qualified contractor to discharge roof drainage away from soil near the foundation.
Roof Roofing Professional
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11.6.1 - Flat Roof - Sediment

Flat Roof Sediment - Inadequate Roof Slope
South

Sediment accumulated at various areas of the roof indicated that water has been pooling on the roof. This appears to be the result of inadequate roof slope. This condition increases the chances of roof leakage at these areas.
Roof Roofing Professional

12 - Staircase

12.1 Stairs - General
12.2 Stairs - Guardrail
12.3 Stairs - Handrail
12.4 Stairs - Riser
12.5 Stairs - Illumination
12.6 Stairs - Landing
12.7 Stairs - Spiral
12.8 Stairs - Treads
12.9 Stairs - Walkway Guardrail
Stairs - Treads: Stair Treads Inspected - No Defects
The Staircase Treads were visually inspected with No Defects present.
Stairs - General: Stairs Type & General Overview
Straight
A stairway, staircase, stairwell, flight of stairs, or simply stairs, is a construction designed to bridge a large vertical distance by dividing it into smaller vertical distances, called steps. Stairs may be straight, round, or may consist of two or more straight pieces connected at angles.
Stairs - General: Staircase Inspected - Few Defects
The Staircase was visually inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Stairs - Handrail: Stairs Handrail Overview
Exterior Stairway, Interior Stairway
A handrail is a rail that is designed to be grasped by the hand so as to provide stability or support. Hand rails are commonly used while ascending or descending stairways and escalators in order to prevent injurious falls. Hand rails are typically supported by posts or mounted directly to walls.
Stairs - Handrail: Stairs Handrail Inspected - Few Defects
Exterior Stairway, Interior Stairway

Staircase Handrails were not present / available to be inspected. Notable defects listed in the report.

Stairs - Illumination : Stairs Illumination Inspected - No Defects
The Staircase Illumination was visually inspected and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Stairs - Landing: Stairs Landing Overview
A stair flight is a run of stairs or steps between landings. A staircase or stairway is one or more flights of stairs leading from one floor to another, and includes landings, newel posts, handrails, balustrades and additional parts. Landings in a stair is a level floor or platform constructed at a location where the direction of stairs changes, between flights of the stair, or at the top of stair flight.
Stairs - Landing: Stairs Landing Inspected - Few Defects
The Staircase Landing was visually and functionally inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
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12.3.1 - Stairs - Handrail

Stairs Handrail - None Installed (4+ Risers)
Interior Stairway

Although it had 4 or more risers, this staircase had no handrail installed. This condition is a potential fall hazard. In order to comply with generally accepted current standards which require a handrail at staircases with 4 or more risers, this staircase would need a handrail installed. The Inspector recommends that a handrail be installed that complies with modern safety standards. All work should be performed by a qualified contractor.
Hammer Carpentry Contractor
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12.3.2 - Stairs - Handrail

Stairs Handrail - None Installed (4+ Risers)
Exterior Stairway

Although it had 4 or more risers, this staircase had no handrail installed. This condition is a potential fall hazard. In order to comply with generally accepted current standards which require a handrail at staircases with 4 or more risers, this staircase would need a handrail installed. The Inspector recommends that a handrail be installed that complies with modern safety standards. All work should be performed by a qualified contractor.
Hammer Carpentry Contractor
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12.6.1 - Stairs - Landing

Stairs Landing - No Hand Rail Present
Interior Stairs

No hand rail present on the stair landing.  Recommend to have a Qualified Professional install one.

Contractor Qualified Professional

13 - Master Bedroom

13.1 Interior Door
13.2 Interior Door - Deadbolts
13.3 Interior Door - Doorstop
13.4 Interior Door - Hardware
13.5 Interior Door - Operation
13.6 Interior Door - Paintwork
13.7 Interior Door - Trim & Frame
13.8 Interior Wall
13.9 Interior Wall - Cracking - Diagonal
13.10 Interior Wall - Cracking - Plaster
13.11 Interior Wall - Moisture
13.12 Interior Wall - Staining
13.13 Interior Wall - Paintwork
13.14 Interior Window
13.15 Interior Window - Operation
13.16 Interior Window - Seals
13.17 Interior Window - Sill
13.18 Interior Window - Stains
13.19 Interior Window - Weather Stripping
13.20 Interior Floor
13.21 Interior Floor - Carpet
13.22 Interior Floor - Tile
13.23 Interior Floor - Wood
13.24 Interior - Ceilings
13.25 Interior - Cupboard
13.26 Interior - Cupboard - Door
13.27 Interior - Cupboard - Drawer
13.28 Electrical Lighting - Interior
13.29 Electrical Receptacle - Interior
13.30 Electrical - Switch
13.31 Electrical - Wiring
13.32 AC - Disconnect Panel
13.33 AC - Compressor Unit - Disconnect Panel
13.34 AC - Temperature Split
13.35 AC - Compressor Unit - Cool Air
13.36 Ceiling Fan
Ceiling Fan: Ceiling Fan Number
1
Number of Ceiling Fans Installed in the interior of the property.
Interior - Cupboard: Interior Cupboard Inspected - Few Defects
Master Bedroom
The Interior Cupboards were visually and functionally inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
AC - Temperature Split: Cool Air Inspected - No Defects
The Compressor Unit System and its ability to Cool Air was inspected with No Defects present.
AC - Temperature Split: Evaporator Air Inspected - No Defects
Correct Air Temperature, Adequate Temperature Split
The Evaporator Air System was inspected with No Defects present. The following Evaporator Air System elements were checked.
Ceiling Fan: Ceiling Fan Overview
Study / Office

A Ceiling fan is a mechanical fan, usually electrically powered, suspended from the ceiling of a room, that uses hub-mounted rotating paddles to circulate air.

Ceiling Fan: Ceiling Fan Brand
Ceiling Fan Brand NOT Identified, Ceiling Brand Identified
The Ceiling Fan Brand is _____. This was consistent throughout the property.
Ceiling Fan: Ceiling Fan Inspected - Few Defects
Study / Office
The Ceiling Fan was operated to test the functionality of the system and its related components with few defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
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13.25.1 - Interior - Cupboard

Interior Cupboard - Damage - Moderate
Master Bedroom

The Interior Cupboard had Moderate damage visible at the time of the inspection. Signs of minor rotten wood trim. Recommend patching and painting or covering with maintenance free material.  You may wish to consult with a qualified contractor to discuss options and costs for repair.

Contractor Qualified Professional
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13.25.2 - Interior - Cupboard

Interior Cupboard - Deterioration - Minor
Master Bedroom 3

The Interior Cupboard exhibited Minor Deterioration.
Contractor Qualified Professional
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13.36.1 - Ceiling Fan

Ceiling Fan - Damaged
Study / Office

The ceiling fan had damage visible at the time of the inspection. The Inspector recommends service by a qualified contractor.
Electric Electrical Contractor

14 - Bathroom 1

14.1 Interior Door
14.2 Interior Door - Deadbolts
14.3 Interior Door - Doorstop
14.4 Interior Door - Hardware
14.5 Interior Door - Operation
14.6 Interior Door - Paintwork
14.7 Interior Door - Trim & Frame
14.8 Interior Wall
14.9 Interior Wall - Cracking - Diagonal
14.10 Interior Wall - Cracking - Plaster
14.11 Interior Wall - Moisture
14.12 Interior Wall - Staining
14.13 Interior Wall - Paintwork
14.14 Interior Window
14.15 Interior Window - Operation
14.16 Interior Window - Seals
14.17 Interior Window - Sill
14.18 Interior Window - Stains
14.19 Interior Window - Weather Stripping
14.20 Interior Floor
14.21 Interior Floor - Tile
14.22 Interior Floor - Wood
14.23 Interior - Ceilings
14.24 Interior - Cupboard
14.25 Interior - Cupboard - Door
14.26 Interior - Cupboard - Drawer
14.27 Electrical Lighting - Interior
14.28 Electrical Receptacle - Interior
14.29 Electrical - Switch
14.30 Electrical - Wiring
14.31 Bathroom Configuration
14.32 Bathroom - Basin
14.33 Bathroom - Bath
14.34 Bathroom - Bath - Water Jets
14.35 Bathroom - Faucet
14.36 Bathroom - Faucet - Aerator
14.37 Bathroom - Fixed Wall Mirror
14.38 Bathroom - Shower
14.39 Bathroom - Toilet
14.40 Bathroom - Ventilation
14.41 Cupboard - Under Basin - Floor Surface
14.42 Cupboard - Under Basin - Moisture & Mould Intrusion
14.43 Cupboard - Under Basin - Plumbing -Trap
14.44 Cupboard - Under Basin - Plumbing - Water Shut Off Valve
14.45 Cupboard - Under Basin - Plumbing - Water Supply Pipe
Interior Door - Doorstop: Interior Door Stop Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Door Stop was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Wall: Interior Wall Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Wall was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Window: Interior Window Frame Material
Aluminium
The Interior Window Frame material is ____.
Interior Window: Interior Window Styles
Double-hung
The Interior Window Style is ____.
Interior Window - Seals: Interior Window Seals Inspected - No Defects
The Interior window Seals was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Window - Sill: Interior Window Sill Inspected - No Defects
No Damage
The interior window Sill was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Floor: Interior Floor Coverings Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Floor Covering was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Floor - Tile: Interior Floor Tiles Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Floor Tiles were visually inspected with No Defects present.
Interior - Ceilings: Interior Ceiling Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Ceiling was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Bathroom Configuration: Bathroom Configuration
1 Basin, Toilet, Shower
The Bathroom Configuration is _____.
Bathroom - Bath: Bathroom Bath Inspected - No Defects Present
The bath was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Bathroom - Faucet - Aerator: Bathroom Faucet Aerators Inspected - No Defects
The Bathroom faucet Aerator was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Door: Interior Door Inspected - No Defects
Door Does Not Rattle When Closed
The Interior Door was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present. The following Interior Door Elements were checked.
Interior Door - Hardware : Interior Door Hardware Inspected - No Defects
Handle(s) in Working Order, Hinges Properly Secured, Keys Available, Lock(s) in Working Order, Full Set of Screws at Hinges, No Damage
The Interior door Hardware was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Door - Operation: Interior Door Operation Inspected - No Defects
No Door Jamb Binding, Adequate Gap Between Door & Floor
The Interior door Operation was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present. The following Interior door Operational Elements were checked.
Interior Door - Paintwork: Interior Door Paintwork Inspected - No Defects
The Interior door was visually inspected for Paint Peeling with No Defects present.
Interior Door - Trim & Frame: Interior Door Trim & Frame Overview
Door Frame
The Finish materials on the interior, such as moldings applied around door openings. This includes the frame or architrave.
Interior Door - Trim & Frame: Interior Door Trim & Frame Inspected - No Defects
No Damage
The Interior Door Trim / Frame was visually inspected with No Defects present. The following Door Trim / Frame Elements were checked.
Interior Wall - Cracking - Diagonal: Interior Wall Diagonal Cracking Inspected - No Defects
The Interior wall was visually inspected with No Diagonal Cracking defects present.
Interior Wall - Cracking - Plaster: Interior Wall Plaster Cracking Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Wall was visually inspected for Plaster Cracking with No Defects present.
Interior Wall - Moisture: Interior Wall Moisture Inspected - Few Defects
Bathroom 1

The Interior Wall was visually inspected for Moisture with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report. 

Interior Wall - Staining: Interior Wall Staining Inspected - No Defects
The Interior wall was visually inspected for Moisture Stains with No Defects present.
Interior Wall - Paintwork: Interior Wall Paintwork Application Inspected - Few Defects
The Interior Wall Paintwork Application was visually inspected with Few Defects Present.
Interior Window: Interior Window Inspected - No Defects
Operation of Window, Seals
The Interior Window was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present. The following Interior Window Elements were checked.
Interior Window - Operation: Interior Window Operation Inspected - No Defects
Window Opens and Closes to Standard
The Interior window was visually and functionally inspected for Operational purposes with No Defects present.
Interior Window - Stains: Interior Window Stains Inspected - No Defects
Adequate Seals
The Interior window was visually inspected for Staining and Etching with No Defects present. The following Staining Elements were checked.
Interior Window - Weather Stripping: Interior Window Weather Stripping Inspected - No Defects
No Deterioration
The Interior window was visually inspected for Weather Stripping with No Defects present.
Interior Floor: Interior Floor Coverings Overview
Tile
Floor covering is a term to generically describe any finish material applied over a floor structure to provide a walking surface. Both terms are used interchangeably but floor covering refers more to loose-laid materials. Materials almost always classified as flooring include carpet, laminate, tile, wood and vinyl.
Interior Floor - Tile: Interior Floor Tile Overview
Ceramic
Tiles, especially ceramic tiles is one of the widely used products in flooring applications. Tiles are often used to form wall and floor coverings and can range from simple square tiles to complex designs or mosaics.
Interior - Ceilings: Interior Ceiling Material Overview
Plaster
A ceiling is an overhead interior surface that covers the upper limits of a room. Ceilings are often used to hide floor and roof construction.The Ceiling material used in the property is _____.
Interior - Cupboard: Interior Cupboard Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Cupboards were visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Interior - Cupboard - Door: Interior Cupboard Door Inspected - Few Defects
The Interior Cupboard Doors were visually and functionally inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Interior - Cupboard - Drawer: Interior Cupboard Drawer Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Cupboard Drawers were visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Electrical Lighting - Interior: Electrical Interior Lighting Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Lighting was visually inspected and functionally tested with No Defects present.
Electrical Receptacle - Interior : Interior Electrical Receptacles Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Receptacles were visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Electrical - Switch: Electrical Switch Inspected - No Defects
The electrical switches were visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Electrical - Wiring: Electrical Wiring Inspected - No Defects
The Electrical Wiring was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Bathroom - Basin: Bathroom Basin Inspected - No Defects
The Bathroom Basin was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Bathroom - Bath - Water Jets: Water Jet Bath Inspected - No Defects
The Water Jet Bath was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Bathroom - Faucet: Bathroom Faucet Inspected - Few Defects
Bathroom 1 Wash Basin Faucet
The Bathroom Faucet was visually and functionally inspected with Few Defects present. Notable Defects listed in the report.
Bathroom - Fixed Wall Mirror: Bathroom Fixed Wall Mirror Inspected - No Defects
The Fixed Wall Mounted Mirror was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Bathroom - Shower: Bathroom Shower Facility Overview
Partially Enclosed Shower Facility
A shower is a place in which a person bathes under a spray of typically warm or hot water. Indoors, there is a drain in the floor. Most showers have temperature, spray pressure and adjustable shower head nozzle. A shower can be installed in a small shower stall or bathtub with a plastic shower curtain or partial door.
Bathroom - Shower: Bathroom Shower Facility Inspected - Few Defects
Bathroom 1
The Shower facility was visually and functionally inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Bathroom - Toilet: Bathroom Toilet Overview
Conventional
A toilet is a large bowl with a seat, or a platform with a hole, which is connected to a water system and which you use when you want to get rid of urine or faeces from the body.
Bathroom - Toilet: Toilet System Inspected - No Defects
Bathroom 1 Bathroom 2 Guest Toilet
The Bathroom Toilet System was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Bathroom - Ventilation: Bathroom Ventilation Overview
Window only
Bathroom ventilation systems are designed to exhaust odours and moist air to the home's exterior. Typical systems consist of a ceiling fan unit connected to a duct that terminates at the exterior of the home.
Cupboard - Under Basin - Floor Surface: Under Basin Floor Surface Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Cupboard under the Basin was visually inspected for Floor Surface Damage with No Defects present.
Cupboard - Under Basin - Moisture & Mould Intrusion: Under Basin Moisture & Mould Intrusion Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Cupboard under the Basin was inspected for Moisture & Mould Intrusion with No Defects present.
Cupboard - Under Basin - Plumbing -Trap: Under Basin Plumbing Trap Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Cupboard Plumbing Trap under the Basin was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Cupboard - Under Basin - Plumbing - Water Shut Off Valve: Under Basin Plumbing Water Shut Off Valve Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Cupboard Water Shut Off Valve under the Basin was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Cupboard - Under Basin - Plumbing - Water Supply Pipe: Under Basin Plumbing Water Supply Pipe Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Cupboard Water Supply Pipe under the Basin was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
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14.11.1 - Interior Wall - Moisture

Interior Wall- Moisture

The Interior Wall was visually inspected for signs of Moisture with notable defects present. Observed paint peeling on the lower portion of the wall where the wall and the floor tiles meet.

Contractor Qualified Professional
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14.13.1 - Interior Wall - Paintwork

Interior Wall - Paintwork - No Primer Application Evident
Bathroom 1

There is no Interior Wall Primer application evident with the finish coat being absorbed into the Interior wall surface therefore not leaving a smooth and consistent surface colour. Primer helps prepare, seal, and protect the surface you're about to paint, leading to aesthetically pleasing interior walls. Wall primer also blocks moisture from entering the wall structure.

Paint roller Painting Contractor
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14.20.1 - Interior Floor

Interior Floor - Skirting Damage
Master Bathroom

The Interior Floor Skirting has evidence of being damaged.
Contractor Qualified Professional
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14.25.1 - Interior - Cupboard - Door

Interior Cupboard Door - Not Aligned
Bathroom 1

The Interior Cupboard door is not aligned correctly. Gap becomes wider near the lower portion of the cupboard creating an opening.

Hammer Carpentry Contractor
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Comment
14.35.1 - Bathroom - Faucet

Bathroom Faucets - Leaked - When Turned Off
Bathroom 1 - Wash Basin Faucet

The Bathroom faucet Leaked when the tap was were closed. Faucet was consistently dripping which wastes water. This typically indicates that a valve stem seals needs to be replaced. . Recommend repair or replace. The Inspector recommends service by a qualified plumbing contractor.

Pipes Plumbing Contractor
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Comment
14.38.1 - Bathroom - Shower

Bathroom Shower - Moisture In The Wall - Grout Failure
Bathroom 1

The Moisture Meter and Thermal Camera detected moisture behind the paint / plaster on the cement wall, indicating failure of a grout line or caulking. The Inspector recommends correction by a qualified contractor to avoid damage to the wall structure from decay, and the loss of plaster to the wall.

Contractor Qualified Professional
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14.39.1 - Bathroom - Toilet

Bathroom Toilet - Seat - Loose
Guest Toilet

The toilet seat was not secured properly to the bowl connection point. Seal replacement and tightening needed.

Wrenches Handyman
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14.40.1 - Bathroom - Ventilation

Bathroom Ventilation - None Installed
Bathroom 1

No Bathroom ventilation was provided at the time of the inspection. This condition can create excessively high humidity which may cause problems such as corrosion or microbial growth. To avoid poor conditions resulting from excessively moist air the Inspector recommends installation of an exhaust fan by a qualified contractor.
Pipes Plumbing Contractor

15 - Kitchen

15.1 Interior Door
15.2 Interior Door - Deadbolts
15.3 Interior Door - Doorstop
15.4 Interior Door - Hardware
15.5 Interior Door - Operation
15.6 Interior Door - Paintwork
15.7 Interior Door - Trim & Frame
15.8 Interior Wall
15.9 Interior Wall - Cracking - Diagonal
15.10 Interior Wall - Cracking - Plaster
15.11 Interior Wall - Moisture
15.12 Interior Wall - Staining
15.13 Interior Wall - Paintwork
15.14 Interior Window
15.15 Interior Window - Operation
15.16 Interior Window - Seals
15.17 Interior Window - Sill
15.18 Interior Window - Stains
15.19 Interior Window - Weather Stripping
15.20 Interior Floor
15.21 Interior Floor - Tile
15.22 Interior Floor - Wood
15.23 Interior - Ceilings
15.24 Interior - Cupboard
15.25 Interior - Cupboard - Door
15.26 Interior - Cupboard - Drawer
15.27 Electrical Lighting - Interior
15.28 Electrical Receptacle - Interior
15.29 Electrical - Switch
15.30 Electrical - Wiring
15.31 AC - Disconnect Panel
15.32 AC - Compressor Unit - Disconnect Panel
15.33 AC - Temperature Split
15.34 AC - Compressor Unit - Cool Air
15.35 Ceiling Fan
15.36 Smoke Detector
15.37 Kitchen - Basin
15.38 Kitchen - Faucet
15.39 Cupboard - Under Basin - Floor Surface
15.40 Cupboard - Under Basin - Moisture & Mould Intrusion
15.41 Cupboard - Under Basin - Plumbing -Trap
15.42 Cupboard - Under Basin - Plumbing - Water Shut Off Valve
15.43 Cupboard - Under Basin - Plumbing - Water Supply Pipe
15.44 Built-in Oven
15.45 Cooktop - Electric
15.46 Cooktop - Gas
15.47 Dishwasher
15.48 Ceiling Extractor
15.49 Microwave
15.50 Range
15.51 Refrigerator
Interior Wall: Interior Wall Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Wall was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Window: Interior Window Frame Material
Aluminium
The Interior Window Frame material is ____.
Interior Window: Interior Window Styles
Casement
The Interior Window Style is ____.
Interior Window - Seals: Interior Window Seals Inspected - No Defects
The Interior window Seals was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Window - Sill: Interior Window Sill Inspected - No Defects
No Damage, Adequate Sealant
The interior window Sill was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Floor: Interior Floor Coverings Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Floor Covering was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Floor - Tile: Interior Floor Tiles Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Floor Tiles were visually inspected with No Defects present.
Interior - Ceilings: Interior Ceiling Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Ceiling was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Ceiling Fan: Ceiling Fan Number
1
Number of Ceiling Fans Installed in the interior of the property.
Built-in Oven: Built-In Oven Energy Source
Electric Range
The Built-In Oven Heating system is _____.
Dishwasher: Dishwasher Brand
Other
The Dishwasher Brand is _____.
Ceiling Extractor : Extractor Duct Type
Re-Circulating
The Type of Ceiling Extractor in the Kitchen is ______.
Refrigerator: Refrigerator Brand
Samsung
The Refrigerator Brand is _____.
Refrigerator: Refrigerator Inspected - No Defects
The Kitchen Refrigerator was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Door - Hardware : Interior Door Hardware Inspected - No Defects
No Damage, Keys Available, Hinges Properly Secured
The Interior door Hardware was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Door - Operation: Interior Door Operation Inspected - No Defects
Adequate Gap Between Door & Floor
The Interior door Operation was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present. The following Interior door Operational Elements were checked.
Interior Door - Paintwork: Interior Door Paintwork Inspected - No Defects
The Interior door was visually inspected for Paint Peeling with No Defects present.
Interior Door - Trim & Frame: Interior Door Trim & Frame Overview
Door Frame
The Finish materials on the interior, such as moldings applied around door openings. This includes the frame or architrave.
Interior Door - Trim & Frame: Interior Door Trim & Frame Inspected - No Defects
No Damage, Correct Installation
The Interior Door Trim / Frame was visually inspected with No Defects present. The following Door Trim / Frame Elements were checked.
Interior Wall - Cracking - Diagonal: Interior Wall Diagonal Cracking Inspected - No Defects
The Interior wall was visually inspected with No Diagonal Cracking defects present.
Interior Wall - Cracking - Plaster: Interior Wall Plaster Cracking Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Wall was visually inspected for Plaster Cracking with No Defects present.
Interior Wall - Moisture: Interior Wall Moisture Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Wall was visually inspected for Moisture with No Defects present.
Interior Wall - Staining: Interior Wall Staining Inspected - No Defects
The Interior wall was visually inspected for Moisture Stains with No Defects present.
Interior Wall - Paintwork: Interior Wall Paintwork Application Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Wall Paintwork Application was visually inspected with No Defects Present.
Interior Window: Interior Window Inspected - No Defects
Operation of Window, Casement, Weather Stripping, Damage, Seals
The Interior Window was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present. The following Interior Window Elements were checked.
Interior Window - Operation: Interior Window Operation Inspected - No Defects
Window Opens and Closes to Standard
The Interior window was visually and functionally inspected for Operational purposes with No Defects present.
Interior Window - Sill: Interior Window Sill Overview
Kitchen
The Interior window sill is part of the window trim, the decorative covering around the windows edge that protects where the window attaches to the wall and prevents drafts and moisture from getting into the home. The window sill is the flat piece at the bottom of the window.
Interior Window - Sill: Interior Window Sill Inspected - Few Defects
Kitchen
The interior window Sill was visually inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Interior Window - Stains: Interior Window Stains Inspected - No Defects
No Condensation
The Interior window was visually inspected for Staining and Etching with No Defects present. The following Staining Elements were checked.
Interior Window - Weather Stripping: Interior Window Weather Stripping Inspected - No Defects
No Damage
The Interior window was visually inspected for Weather Stripping with No Defects present.
Interior Floor: Interior Floor Coverings Overview
Tile
Floor covering is a term to generically describe any finish material applied over a floor structure to provide a walking surface. Both terms are used interchangeably but floor covering refers more to loose-laid materials. Materials almost always classified as flooring include carpet, laminate, tile, wood and vinyl.
Interior Floor - Tile: Interior Floor Tile Overview
Ceramic
Tiles, especially ceramic tiles is one of the widely used products in flooring applications. Tiles are often used to form wall and floor coverings and can range from simple square tiles to complex designs or mosaics.
Interior - Ceilings: Interior Ceiling Material Overview
Plaster

A ceiling is an overhead interior surface that covers the upper limits of a room. Ceilings are often used to hide floor and roof construction.

The Ceiling material used in the property is _____.

Interior - Cupboard: Interior Cupboard - Type - Wall Cupboard
Wall Cupboards, sometimes called wall mounted or upper Cupboards, refer to Cupboards that are hung on a wall, as opposed to resting on the floor. Cupboardry adds beauty and functionality to the kitchen, bathroom, family room or laundry.
Interior - Cupboard: Interior Cupboard Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Cupboards were visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Interior - Cupboard - Door: Interior Cupboard Door Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Cupboard Doors were visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Interior - Cupboard - Drawer: Interior Cupboard Drawer Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Cupboard Drawers were visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Electrical Lighting - Interior: Electrical Interior Lighting Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Lighting was visually inspected and functionally tested with No Defects present.
Electrical Receptacle - Interior : Interior Electrical Receptacles Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Receptacles were visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Electrical - Switch: Electrical Switch Inspected - No Defects
The electrical switches were visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
AC - Temperature Split: Cool Air Inspected - No Defects
The Compressor Unit System and its ability to Cool Air was inspected with No Defects present.
AC - Temperature Split: Evaporator Air Inspected - No Defects
Correct Air Temperature
The Evaporator Air System was inspected with No Defects present. The following Evaporator Air System elements were checked.
Ceiling Fan: Ceiling Fan Overview

A Ceiling fan is a mechanical fan, usually electrically powered, suspended from the ceiling of a room, that uses hub-mounted rotating paddles to circulate air.

Ceiling Fan: Ceiling Fan Brand
Ceiling Fan Brand NOT Identified
The Ceiling Fan Brand is _____. This was consistent throughout the property.
Ceiling Fan: Ceiling Fan Inspected - Few Defects
The Ceiling Fan was operated to test the functionality of the system and its related components with few defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Cupboard - Under Basin - Floor Surface: Under Basin Floor Surface Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Cupboard under the Basin was visually inspected for Floor Surface Damage with No Defects present.
Cupboard - Under Basin - Moisture & Mould Intrusion: Under Basin Moisture & Mould Intrusion Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Cupboard under the Basin was inspected for Moisture & Mould Intrusion with No Defects present.
Cupboard - Under Basin - Plumbing -Trap: Under Basin Plumbing Trap Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Cupboard Plumbing Trap under the Basin was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Cupboard - Under Basin - Plumbing - Water Shut Off Valve: Under Basin Plumbing Water Shut Off Valve Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Cupboard Water Shut Off Valve under the Basin was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Cupboard - Under Basin - Plumbing - Water Supply Pipe: Under Basin Plumbing Water Supply Pipe Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Cupboard Water Supply Pipe under the Basin was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Built-in Oven: Built-in Oven Overview
Electric
Built-in Ovens, as the name suggests, are installed into kitchen units or fixed to cupboard doors. A built-in oven is usually 60cm wide, which is the same as standard kitchen units.
Built-in Oven: Built-in Oven Brand
Whirlpool
The Kitchen Oven Brand is _____.Built-in Ovens, as the name suggests, are installed into kitchen units or fixed to cupboard doors. A built-in oven is usually 60cm wide, which is the same as standard kitchen units.
Built-in Oven: Built-in Oven Inspected - No Defects
The Kitchen Built-in Oven was visually and functionally inspected within the scope of the Home Inspection criteria with No Defects present.
Cooktop - Electric: Electric Cooktop Inspected - No Defects
The Kitchen Electric Cooktop was visually and functionally inspected within the scope of the Home Inspection criteria with No Defects present.
Cooktop - Gas: Gas Cooktop Inspected - No Defects
The Kitchen Gas Cooktop was visually and functionally inspected within the scope of the Home Inspection criteria with No Defects present.
Dishwasher: Dishwasher Overview
A dishwasher is a machine for cleaning dishware and cutlery automatically. Unlike manual dishwashing, which relies largely on physical scrubbing to remove soiling, the mechanical dishwasher cleans by spraying hot water, typically between 45 Degrees Celsius at the dishes, with lower temperatures used for delicate items.
Dishwasher: Dishwasher Inspected - Few Defects
The Kitchen Dishwasher was visually and functionally inspected with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Ceiling Extractor : Extractor Duct Inspected - No Defects
The Kitchen Ceiling Extractor was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Microwave: Microwave Overview
An electric oven that heats and cooks food by exposing it to electromagnetic radiation in the microwave frequency range. This induces polar molecules in the food to rotate and produce thermal energy in a process known as dielectric heating.
Microwave: Microwave Inspected - No Defects
The Kitchen Microwave was visually and functionally inspected within the Home Inspection scope criteria with No Defects present.
Range: Range Inspected - No Defects
The Kitchen Range was visually and functionally inspected within the Home Inspection scope criteria with No Defects present.
Refrigerator: Refrigerator Overview
An appliance that is used for the short-term preservation of food products in the home by means of refrigeration.
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15.17.1 - Interior Window - Sill

Interior Window - Sill - Damage - Minor - Moisture - Sealant Maintenance
Kitchen

A window sill exhibited minor damage that appeared to be from moisture intrusion. Sealant around the window exterior should be maintained to avoid continuing damage.
Contractor Qualified Professional
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15.17.2 - Interior Window - Sill

Interior Window - Sill - Paint Peeling
Kitchen

One or more of the windows showed signs of moisture damage; not all areas may be shown. Damage is likely caused by condensation and possible from poor sealing from windows. Recommend correction by either repairing windows or replacing. During winter months it's important to monitor condensation and clean windows regularly. These Kitchen window sills had peeling paint and needed maintenance. The Inspector recommends service by a qualified painting contractor.

Paint roller Painting Contractor
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Comment
15.35.1 - Ceiling Fan

Ceiling Fan - Damaged
Study / Office

The ceiling fan had damage visible at the time of the inspection. The Inspector recommends service by a qualified contractor.
Electric Electrical Contractor
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Comment
15.36.1 - Smoke Detector

No Detector Installed
Kitchen

No detector was installed. The Inspector recommends that a detector be installed in order to warn occupants of a potential smoke or fire threat.

Contractor Qualified Professional
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15.47.1 - Dishwasher

Dishwasher - Leakage - When Operated
Kitchen

During operation the dishwasher leaked water onto the floor. The Inspector recommends service by a qualified contractor or technician. At the time of inspection the dishwasher was  leaking when the cycle was run. I observed an active water leak beneath the 1st floor ceiling panel that could be related to the leaking dishwasher. Moisture damage can progress quickly and cause significant damage. I recommend a qualified professional evaluate and repair the leak. 

Wash Appliance Repair

16 - Living Room

16.1 Interior Door
16.2 Interior Door - Deadbolts
16.3 Interior Door - Doorstop
16.4 Interior Door - Hardware
16.5 Interior Door - Operation
16.6 Interior Door - Paintwork
16.7 Interior Door - Trim & Frame
16.8 Interior Wall
16.9 Interior Wall - Cracking - Diagonal
16.10 Interior Wall - Cracking - Plaster
16.11 Interior Wall - Moisture
16.12 Interior Wall - Staining
16.13 Interior Wall - Paintwork
16.14 Interior Window
16.15 Interior Window - Operation
16.16 Interior Window - Seals
16.17 Interior Window - Sill
16.18 Interior Window - Stains
16.19 Interior Window - Weather Stripping
16.20 Interior Floor
16.21 Interior Floor - Carpet
16.22 Interior Floor - Tile
16.23 Interior Floor - Wood
16.24 Interior - Ceilings
16.25 Interior - Cupboard
16.26 Interior - Cupboard - Door
16.27 Interior - Cupboard - Drawer
16.28 Electrical Lighting - Interior
16.29 Electrical Receptacle - Interior
16.30 Electrical - Switch
16.31 Electrical - Wiring
16.32 AC - Disconnect Panel
16.33 AC - Compressor Unit - Disconnect Panel
16.34 AC - Temperature Split
16.35 AC - Compressor Unit - Cool Air
16.36 Ceiling Fan
Interior Door - Doorstop: Interior Door Stop Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Door Stop was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Wall: Interior Wall Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Wall was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Window: Interior Window Frame Material
Aluminium
The Interior Window Frame material is ____.
Interior Window: Interior Window Styles
Casement
The Interior Window Style is ____.
Interior Window - Seals: Interior Window Seals Inspected - No Defects
The Interior window Seals was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Window - Sill: Interior Window Sill Inspected - No Defects
No Damage, Adequate Sealant, No Deterioration
The interior window Sill was visually inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Floor - Tile: Interior Floor Tiles Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Floor Tiles were visually inspected with No Defects present.
Ceiling Fan: Ceiling Fan Number
1
Number of Ceiling Fans Installed in the interior of the property.
Interior Door: Interior Door Inspected - No Defects
No Damage
The Interior Door was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present. The following Interior Door Elements were checked.
Interior Door - Deadbolts: Interior Door Deadbolts Inspected - No Defects
The Interior door was visually and functionally inspected with No Deadbolt Defects present.
Interior Door - Hardware : Interior Door Hardware Inspected - No Defects
Full Set of Screws at Hinges, Keys Available, No Damage
The Interior door Hardware was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Interior Door - Operation: Interior Door Operation Inspected - No Defects
Correct Installation
The Interior door Operation was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present. The following Interior door Operational Elements were checked.
Interior Door - Paintwork: Interior Door Paintwork Inspected - No Defects
The Interior door was visually inspected for Paint Peeling with No Defects present.
Interior Door - Trim & Frame: Interior Door Trim & Frame Overview
Door Frame
The Finish materials on the interior, such as moldings applied around door openings. This includes the frame or architrave.
Interior Door - Trim & Frame: Interior Door Trim & Frame Inspected - No Defects
No Damage
The Interior Door Trim / Frame was visually inspected with No Defects present. The following Door Trim / Frame Elements were checked.
Interior Wall - Cracking - Diagonal: Interior Wall Diagonal Cracking Inspected - No Defects
The Interior wall was visually inspected with No Diagonal Cracking defects present.
Interior Wall - Cracking - Plaster: Interior Wall Plaster Cracking Inspected - Few Defects
Living Room
The Interior Wall was visually inspected for Plaster Cracking with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Interior Wall - Moisture: Interior Wall Moisture Inspected - Few Defects
Living Room
The Interior Wall was visually inspected for Moisture with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Interior Wall - Staining: Interior Wall Staining Inspected - No Defects
The Interior wall was visually inspected for Moisture Stains with No Defects present.
Interior Wall - Paintwork: Interior Wall Paintwork Application Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Wall Paintwork Application was visually inspected with No Defects Present.
Interior Window: Interior Window Inspected - No Defects
Operation of Window, Stains, Casement
The Interior Window was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present. The following Interior Window Elements were checked.
Interior Window - Operation: Interior Window Operation Inspected - Few Defects
Living Room
The Interior window was visually and functionally inspected for Operational purposes with Few Defects present. Notable defects listed in the report.
Interior Window - Stains: Interior Window Stains Inspected - No Defects
No Condensation
The Interior window was visually inspected for Staining and Etching with No Defects present. The following Staining Elements were checked.
Interior Window - Weather Stripping: Interior Window Weather Stripping Inspected - No Defects
No Air Leakage
The Interior window was visually inspected for Weather Stripping with No Defects present.
Interior Floor: Interior Floor Coverings Overview
Tile
Floor covering is a term to generically describe any finish material applied over a floor structure to provide a walking surface. Both terms are used interchangeably but floor covering refers more to loose-laid materials. Materials almost always classified as flooring include carpet, laminate, tile, wood and vinyl.
Interior Floor - Tile: Interior Floor Tile Overview
Ceramic
Tiles, especially ceramic tiles is one of the widely used products in flooring applications. Tiles are often used to form wall and floor coverings and can range from simple square tiles to complex designs or mosaics.
Electrical Lighting - Interior: Electrical Interior Lighting Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Lighting was visually inspected and functionally tested with No Defects present.
Electrical Receptacle - Interior : Interior Electrical Receptacles Inspected - No Defects
The Interior Receptacles were visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Electrical - Switch: Electrical Switch Inspected - No Defects
The electrical switches were visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Electrical - Wiring: Electrical Wiring Inspected - No Defects
The Electrical Wiring was visually and functionally inspected with No Defects present.
Ceiling Fan: Ceiling Fan Brand
Ceiling Fan Brand NOT Identified
The Ceiling Fan Brand is _____. This was consistent throughout the property.
Ceiling Fan: Ceiling Fan Inspected - No Defects
No Operational Issues, No Loud Noise, No Wobbling
The Ceiling Fan was operated to test the functionality of the system and its related components with no defects present. The following Ceiling Fan elements were checked.
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16.10.1 - Interior Wall - Cracking - Plaster

Interior Wall - Plaster Cracking - Foundation Settlement - Widespread
Living Room

Plaster covering the interior wall exhibited widespread cracking. This condition appeared to be due foundation settlement. The Inspector recommends that you consult with a qualified foundation contractor to discuss any necessity, options and costs for stabilization.
Foundation Foundation Contractor
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16.11.1 - Interior Wall - Moisture

Interior Wall - Moisture
Living Room

The most common cause of both rising and penetrating damp is inadequate ground and surface drainage.  Excess water from downspouts, runoff or saturated ground can easily penetrate even the tiniest cracks in your foundation, or wick through porous walls. Inspector recommends having a qualified professional evaluate whether proper insulation has been installed and to carry out the necessary repair work.

Contractor Qualified Professional
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16.15.1 - Interior Window - Operation

Interior Window - Operation - Difficult to Operate
Living Room

Lock mechanisms on one or more windows were loose, damaged, inoperable and/or difficult to operate. This can pose a security risk. Recommend that a qualified person repair as necessary.

Contractor Qualified Professional