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1234 Main St.
Indianapolis IN 46222
07/15/2018 9:00AM

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SCOPE OF THE INSPECTION

Thank you for choosing Hoosier Home Inspection, LLC.  All of our home inspection reports adhere to the State of Indiana and InterNACHI Standards of Practice.  We also adhere to the InterNACHI Code of Ethics.  As such, we inspect the readily accessible, visually observable, installed systems and components of a home as designated in the InterNACHI Standards of Practice. When systems or components designated in the InterNACHI Standards of Practice are present but are not inspected, the reason(s) the item was not inspected is identified within the “Limitations” tab of this report. This report contains observations of those systems and components that, in the professional judgement of the inspector, are not functioning properly, significantly deficient, unsafe, or are near the end of their service lives. If the cause for the deficiency is not readily apparent, the suspected cause or reason why the system or component is at or near end of expected service life is reported, and recommendations for correction or monitoring are made as appropriate. For a printed copy of the linked documents mentioned above please email brian@hoosierhomeinstpect.com.  


PURPOSE OF INSPECTION

The general purpose of this inspection and report is to provide the client with a general knowledge of the readily accessible and visible installed systems and components that do not function as intended or which adversely affect the habitability of the dwelling. An inspection is a non-invasive visual examination of a residential or property dwelling, performed for a fee, which is designed to identify observed visible material defects within specific components of said dwelling. Components may include any combination of mechanical, structural, electrical, plumbing, or other essential systems or portions of the property, as identified and agreed to by the Client and Inspector, prior to the inspection process. Properties being inspected do not "Pass" or "Fail.


USE OF PHOTOS

Your report will include several photographs. Some pictures are informational and of a general view to help you understand where the inspector has been, what was inspected, and the condition of the item or area at the time of the inspection. Some of the photos may be of problem areas.These photos are to help you better understand what is documented in this report and to help you see areas or items that you normally would not see. Not all problem areas or conditions will be supported with photos.


CATEGORIES: 

This report divides deficiencies into three categories; Maintenance Item/Observation, Recommendation, and Defect/Safety Hazard.


MAINTENANCE ITEM/OBSERVATION: Includes components that were found to be in need of recurring or basic general maintenance to protect either the component or the occupants. Also included in this section are items that are beginning to show signs of wear, but were, in the opinion of the inspector, still functional at the time of inspection. Typically these items are considered to represent a less significant immediate cost than those listed in the following two categories.  This section also includes items to monitor.  

RECOMMENDATION: Includes comments of a deficiency, latent defect or suggested improvement of a component or system which may appear functional at the time of inspection, but will need correction to prevent further deterioration. These items are generally of a nature in which the potential cost of repair is higher than those in the Maintenance Items category.

DEFECT/SAFETY HAZARD: "Defect" means a condition that would have significant adverse effect on the value of the property, that would significantly impair the health or safety of future occupants of the property, or that if not repaired, replaced or removed would significantly shorten or adversely affect the expected normal life of the premises. These will typically fall into one of the following five categories:

1. Defects that affect habitability of the home

2. Issues that may lead to defects

3. Issues that may hinder your ability to finance, legally occupy, or insure the home 

4. Safety hazards, such as improper wiring or fire hazards

5. Major components that are near/at the end of their expected service life (Roof, Heating Element, Cooling Element, Water Heater)

Items in these categories should be addressed prior to closing. Often, if repaired in a timely manner, a serious problem can be corrected inexpensively to protect both life and property.

The categorizations herein are the opinion of the inspector and are based on what was observed at the time of inspection. It is not intended to imply that items documented in lower categories are not in need of correction. Maintenance items or recommendations left un-repaired can become significant defects.


Please review the report in its entirety. It is ultimately up to your discretion to interpret its findings. This report does not offer an opinion as to whom among the parties to this transaction should take responsibility for addressing any of these concerns. As with all aspects of your transaction, you should consult with your Realtor® for further advice regarding the contents of this report. Any repairs should be performed by the applicable licensed and bonded tradesman or qualified professional who will provide copies of all receipts, warranties and applicable permits for any repairs that are carried out.

1 - Inspection and Site Details

Inspection Start Time
11:00 AM
Inspection End Time
2:00 PM
Inspection Attendees
Client present, Buyer Agent present
Residence Age
35-40 years old
Residence Type
Single Family Home(1 story)
Occupancy Status
Occupied-Furnished
Utilities Status
The utilities were on at the time of inspection.
Temperature at the time of inspection:
Below 40 degrees
Weather
Partly cloudy
Ground Cover
Damp
Rain in the last 3 days:
Yes

2 - Grounds

IN NI NP S NR
2.1 Driveway X X
2.2 Walkway X X
2.3 Porch X X
2.4 Porch Stairs X X
2.5 Patio X X
2.6 Deck/Balcony X
2.7 Fence/Wall X X
2.8 Grading/Landscaping X X
Driveway : Material
Asphalt
Walkway: Material
Concrete
Porch: Material
Concrete
Porch: Support Pier
Wood
Porch Stairs: Material
Concrete
Patio: Material
Flagstone
Fence/Wall: Type
Wood
Fence/Wall: Gate
Satisfactory
Grading/Landscaping: Negative Grade
North
Grading/Landscaping: Trees/Shrubbery
Satisfactory
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair
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Comment
2.8.1 - Grading/Landscaping

Flat/Negative Grading

One or more areas of flat/negative grading were observed.  This condition can lead to standing water near the foundation.  Recommend adding additional backfill to create a positive slope away from the foundation.

Triangle Grading Contractor

3 - Roofing

IN NI NP S NR
3.1 Roof X X
3.2 Roof Coverings X X
3.3 Plumbing Vent(s) X X
3.4 Combustion Vent(s) X X
3.5 Flashing X X
3.6 Gutters X X
Roof: Inspected From
Roof
Roof: Style
Cross Gable
Roof: Covering Material
Dimensional Asphalt
Roof: Approximate Number of Layers
One
Roof: Ventilation Type
Roof Vents, Soffit Vents
Roof: Approximate Age
5-10 years
Roof Coverings: Valleys
Yes, Asphalt
Flashing: Material
Aluminum, Asphalt
Gutters: Material
Aluminum
Roof: Roof Inspection Limitations
N/A
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair
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Comment
3.3.1 - Plumbing Vent(s)

Not properly fastened/sealed
Roof

One or more of the roof plumbing vent termination flashing(s) were not properly fastened/secured  or sealed at the lower nailing flanges at the time of the inspection. The flashing should be properly secured with the fasteners sealed. Recommend qualified roofing professional evaluate/repair as necessary

Roof Roofing Professional

4 - Exterior

IN NI NP S NR
4.1 Siding X X
4.2 Soffit, Fascia and Trim X X
4.3 Doors(Exterior) X X
4.4 Screen/Storm Door(s) X
4.5 Windows (Exterior) X X
4.6 Exterior Electrical Receptacles X X
4.7 Hose Bibs X
Siding: Material
Vinyl, Brick/Block
Soffit, Fascia and Trim: Material
Wood
Doors(Exterior): Material
Metal
Screen/Storm Door(s) : Material
N/A
Windows (Exterior): Materials
Vinyl
Exterior Electrical Receptacles: Outdoor Cover
Present
Exterior Electrical Receptacles: GFCI Protection
No
Exterior Electrical Receptacles: Open Ground/Reverse Polarity
No
Hose Bibs: Operational
No
Hose Bibs: Water Not On

Water service to exterior hose bibs was turned off.  Hose bibs were not tested.

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair
Credit
Comment
4.1.1 - Siding

Loose/Separated/Missing

One or more areas of loose/separated/missing siding were observed at the time of the inspection.  Recommend qualified contractor evaluate/repair as necessary. 

Contractor Qualified Professional
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Comment
4.2.1 - Soffit, Fascia and Trim

Deteriorating/Missing Paint

Deteriorating/missing paint was observed on wood trim.  Deteriorating/missing paint can lead to wood rot.  Recommend qualified painter evaluate/repair as necessary.  

Paint roller Painter
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Comment
4.6.1 - Exterior Electrical Receptacles

No GFCI Protection on Exterior Receptacles

Exterior electrical receptacles were not GFCI protected.  This is a potential safety hazard.  GFCI protection is required on receptacles in water prone areas.  Recommend qualified electrician evaluate/repair as necessary.


Here is an informational article about GFCI protection.

Electric Electrical Contractor

5 - Garage

IN NI NP S NR
5.1 Garage Door X X
5.2 Safety Reverse X X
5.3 Floor X X
5.4 Walls & Firewalls X X
5.5 Fire Door X X
5.6 Electrical X X
Type
Detached, 2-Car
Automatic Opener
Yes, Operational
Garage Door: Material
Aluminum
Safety Reverse : Photo Eyes
Operational
Safety Reverse : Safety Reverse
Not Operable
Floor: Material
Concrete
Walls & Firewalls: Walls/Firewall Protection
Present
Fire Door: Fire Door
Yes
Electrical: Receptacles Present
Yes, Operable
Electrical: GFCI Protected
Yes
Electrical: Open Ground/Reverse Polarity
No
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair
Credit
Comment
5.2.1 - Safety Reverse

Safety Reverse Not Operational

Automatic garage door safety reverse was not operational and needs adjustment.  This is a potential safety hazard.  Recommend qualified garage door contractor evaluate/repair as necessary.

Garage Garage Door Contractor

6 - Laundry Room

IN NI NP S NR
6.1 Laundry Sink/Faucet X X
6.2 Dryer Vent X X
6.3 Electrical X X
6.4 Appliances X X
Room Vented
Yes
Heating Source Present
Yes
Cross Connections
No
Laundry Sink/Faucet: Present
Yes
Dryer Vent: Vented
Wall
Electrical : GFCI Protection
Present
Electrical : Open Ground/Reverse Polarity
No
Appliances: Appliances
Washer, Dryer
Appliances: Washer Hook Up Lines
Satisfactory
Appliances: Gas Shut-Off Valve
N/A
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair

7 - Kitchen

IN NI NP S NR
7.1 Countertops X X
7.2 Cabinets X X
7.3 Plumbing X X
7.4 Walls and Ceiling X X
7.5 Heating Source X X
7.6 Floor X X
7.7 Appliances X X
7.8 Electrical X X
Plumbing: Faucet Leaks
No
Plumbing: Pipes Leak/Corroded
No
Plumbing: Funcional Drainage
Satisfactory
Plumbing: Functional Flow
Satisfactory
Walls and Ceiling : Moisture Stains
No
Heating Source: Present
Yes
Appliances : Garbage Disposal
Operable
Appliances : Oven
Operable
Appliances : Range
Operable
Appliances : Exhaust Fan
Operable
Appliances : Dishwasher
Operable, Drain Line Not Looped
Appliances : Refrigerator
Operable
Appliances : Microwave
Operable
Electrical: Receptacles Present
Yes
Electrical: GFCI Protected
Yes, Operable
Electrical: Open Ground/Reverse Polarity
No
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair
Credit
Comment
7.7.1 - Appliances

Dishwasher Drain Line Not Looped

The dishwasher drain line did not have a high loop.  A high loop is recommended to keep dirty water from back-siphoning into the dishwasher or water supply.  Recommend qualified plumber evaluate/repair as necessary. 

Pipes Plumbing Contractor

8 - Bathrooms

IN NI NP S NR
8.1 Sinks X X
8.2 Tubs/Showers X X
8.3 Toilets X X
8.4 Drainage/Flow X X
8.5 Walls and Ceilings X X
8.6 Door and Windows X X
8.7 Electrical X X
8.8 Exhaust Fans X X
Sinks : Faucet Leaks
No
Sinks : Pipes Leak
No
Tubs/Showers: Material
Fiberglass
Tubs/Showers: Tub Pipes Leak
Not Visible
Tubs/Showers: Tub Faucet Leaks
No
Tubs/Showers: Shower Pipes Leak
Not Visible
Tubs/Showers: Shower Faucet Leaks
No
Toilets: Toilet
Downstairs Half Bath
Loose, Operational
Walls and Ceilings : Heat Source Present
Yes
Walls and Ceilings : Moisture Stains
No
Door and Windows: Doors
Present
Door and Windows: Windows
Not Present
Electrical: Receptacles
Present
Electrical: GFCI Protection
Yes
Electrical: GFCI Operational
Yes
Electrical: Open Ground/Reverse Polarity
No
Exhaust Fans: Operational
Yes
Tubs/Showers: Tub/Shower Pipes Not Visible

The tub and shower piping were not visible and were not inspected. 

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair
Credit
Comment
8.3.1 - Toilets

Toilet Bowl Loose
Downstairs Half Bathroom

The toilet bowl was loose.  Recommend qualified plumber evaluate/repair as necessary.  

Pipes Plumbing Contractor

9 - Bedrooms

IN NI NP S NR
9.1 Walls and Ceiling X X
9.2 Floors X X
9.3 Electrical X X
9.4 Doors X X
9.5 Windows X X
Walls and Ceiling : Moisture Staining
Not Present
Walls and Ceiling : Heat Source Present
Yes
Electrical : Switches Operable
Yes
Electrical : Receptacles Operable
Yes
Electrical : Open Ground/Reverse Polarity
Master Bedroom
Yes
Windows: Bedroom Egress Restricted
No
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair
Credit
Comment
9.3.1 - Electrical

Open Ground
Master Bedroom

One or more bedroom electrical receptacles tested as having an open ground.  Recommend qualified electrician evaluate/repair as necessary. 


Here is an informational article about open grounds.

Electric Electrical Contractor

10 - Living Room

IN NI NP S NR
10.1 Walls and Ceilings X X
10.2 Floors X X
10.3 Doors X
10.4 Windows X X
10.5 Electrical X X
Walls and Ceilings: Moisture Stains
Yes, Monitor
Walls and Ceilings: Heating Source Present
Yes
Doors: Operable
N/A
Windows: Operable
Yes
Electrical: Switches Operable
Yes
Electrical: Receptacles Operable
Yes
Electrical: Open Ground/Reverse Polarity
No
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair
Credit
Comment
10.1.1 - Walls and Ceilings

Moisture Staining

Moisture staining was observed on living room ceiling.  This staining did not appear to be active.  Recommend painting over this area and monitoring it for future moisture.  If future moisture is observed, recommend qualified contractor evaluate/repair as necessary.

Mag glass Monitor

11 - Dining Room

IN NI NP S NR
11.1 Walls and Ceilings X X
11.2 Floor X X
11.3 Doors X
11.4 Windows X X
11.5 Electrical X X
Walls and Ceilings: Moisture Stains
No
Walls and Ceilings: Heating Source Present
Yes
Doors: Operable
N/A
Windows: Operable
Yes
Electrical: Switches Operable
Yes
Electrical: Receptacles Operable
Yes
Electrical: Open Ground/Reverse Polarity
No
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair

12 - Stairs/Steps

IN NI NP S NR
Handrail
Present
Risers/Treads
Satisfactory
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair

13 - Fireplace and Chimney

IN NI NP S NR
13.1 Fireplace X X
13.2 Chimney X X
Fireplace: Location
Living Room
Fireplace: Fuel Type
Wood
Fireplace: Material
Masonry
Fireplace: Blower
None
Fireplace: Damper
Damper Missing, Needs Repair
Fireplace: Hearth/Mantle/Doors
Hearth Extension Adequate, Mantel Secure
Chimney: Location
North
Chimney: Viewed From
Roof
Chimney: Chase
Brick
Chimney: Defects
No Apparent Defects
Chimney: Rain Cap/Spark Arrestor
Yes
Chimney: Flue
Tile
Chimney: Flue/Liner Visibility

The interior surfaces of a chimney's flue/liner are not fully inspected. Due to the small size of the flue, angles, soot and lack of lighting, a visible inspection is not possible. It is recommended that a certified chimney sweep evaluate the chimney before the first use of the fireplace.

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair
Credit
Comment
13.2.1 - Chimney

Cracked Chimney Cap

A cracked concrete chimney cap was observed.  Cracks in the chimney cap can allow moisture into the chimney and eventually into the living space.  Recommend qualified chimney repair contractor evaluate/repair as necessary.

Fireplace Chimney Repair Contractor

14 - Attic

IN NI NP S NR
14.1 Exhaust Fans X X
14.2 Flooring X X
14.3 Insulation X X
14.4 Ventilation X X
14.5 HVAC Ductwork X X
14.6 Chimney Chase X X
14.7 Roof Structure X X
14.8 Firewall X
14.9 Electrical X X
Access Location
Garage

Attic Access Location

Access Type
Pull down stairs
Inspected From
In the Attic
Exhaust Fans: Vented To
Attic
Flooring: Flooring Observations
Partial
Insulation: Type
Loose, Cellulose
Insulation: Installed In
Between Ceiling Joists
Insulation: Depth
15"
Ventilation : Type
Roof, Soffit
HVAC Ductwork: Materials
Flex/Insulated
Chimney Chase: Visible
Yes
Roof Structure : Framing
Rafters, Wood, Collar Ties, Knee Walls
Roof Structure : Structural Issues
No
Roof Structure : Ceiling Joist Materials
Wood
Roof Structure : Roof Sheathing Materials
Plywood
Firewall: Present
N/A
Electrical: Wiring Issues
None
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair
Credit
Comment
14.1.1 - Exhaust Fans

Bathroom Exhaust Vented Into Attic
Attic

Bathroom exhaust fans were vented into the attic.  It is recommended that all exhaust fans vent to the exterior to prevent unwanted moisture in the attic.  Recommend qualified contractor evaluate/repair as necessary.

Contractor Qualified Professional

15 - Basement

IN NI NP S NR
15.1 Basement Stairs X X
15.2 Foundation X X
15.3 Floor X X
15.4 Drainage X X
15.5 Girders/Beams X X
15.6 Columns X X
15.7 Joists X X
15.8 Subfloor X X
Basement Type
Full Unfinished
Basement Stairs : Handrail
Present
Basement Stairs : Headroom
Satisfactory
Foundation : Material
Concrete Block
Foundation : Horizontal Cracks
None
Foundation : Step Cracks
None
Foundation : Vertical Cracks
None
Foundation : Movement Apparent
None
Foundation : Indication of Moisture
No
Floor: Material
Concrete
Drainage: Floor Drains
Yes, Drains Not Tested
Drainage: Sump Pump
No
Girders/Beams: Material
Steel
Columns: Material
Steel
Joists: Material
Wood, 2x10
Subfloor: Visible
Yes
Subfloor: Material
Plywood
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair

16 - Electrical

IN NI NP S NR
16.1 Service Entrance X X
16.2 Main Service Panel X X
16.3 Branch Wiring Circuits X X
16.4 Smoke Detectors X X
16.5 Carbon Monoxide Detectors X X
Service Entrance : Conductors
Underground, 220 Volts
Main Service Panel: Location
Garage
Main Service Panel: Adequate Clearance
Yes
Main Service Panel: Manufacturer
General Electric
Main Service Panel: Type
Circuit Breaker
Main Service Panel: Amperage
200 AMP
Main Service Panel: Main Wire Material
Copper
Main Service Panel: Appears Grounded
Yes
Main Service Panel: GFCI Breaker
No
Main Service Panel: AFCI Breaker
No
Branch Wiring Circuits: Branch Wire
Copper
Branch Wiring Circuits: Wiring Method
Conduit, Romex
Smoke Detectors: Present
Yes
Smoke Detectors: Operational
Yes
Carbon Monoxide Detectors: Present
No
Carbon Monoxide Detectors: Operational
Not Tested
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair
Credit
Comment
16.5.1 - Carbon Monoxide Detectors

Carbon Monoxide Detector Needed

No carbon monoxide detector was observed during the inspection.  This is a potential safety hazard.  Recommend qualified contractor evaluate/repair as necessary.

Contractor Qualified Professional

17 - Plumbing

IN NI NP S NR
17.1 Main Water Shut Off/Entry X X
17.2 Visible Water Distribution Piping X X
17.3 Fuel Shutoff and Distribution Piping X X
17.4 Drain/Waste/Vent Pipe X X
17.5 Plumbing Miscellaneous X X
Main Water Shut Off/Entry: Source
Public/municipal water supply
Main Water Shut Off/Entry: Location
Basement
Visible Water Distribution Piping: Material
Copper
Visible Water Distribution Piping: Lead Other Than Solder Joints
No
Fuel Shutoff and Distribution Piping: Type of Fuel
Gas
Fuel Shutoff and Distribution Piping: Distribution Piping
Galvanized
Drain/Waste/Vent Pipe: Material
PVC
Plumbing Miscellaneous : Flow
Satisfactory
Plumbing Miscellaneous : Pipes Supply/Drainage
Satisfactory
Plumbing Miscellaneous : Traps
Satisfactory, Proper P-Type
Plumbing Miscellaneous : Support
Metal Strapping, Plastic Strapping
Main Water Shut Off/Entry: Entry Piping
Copper/Galvanized
Fuel Shutoff and Distribution Piping: Shut-Off Location
Exterior at Meter
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair

18 - Water Heater

IN NI NP S NR
18.1 Water Heater Information X X
18.2 Temperature/Pressure Relief Valve X X
18.3 Fuel Supply/Electrical Observations X X
18.4 Exhaust Venting X X
Water Heater Information: Location
Basement
Water Heater Information: Energy Type
Gas
Water Heater Information: Brand
AO Smith
Water Heater Information: Model/Serial Number
Model:12323 Serial:21123213
Water Heater Information: Capacity
40 Gallons
Water Heater Information: Approximate Age
5 Years Old
Water Heater Information: Combustion Air Venting Present
Yes
Temperature/Pressure Relief Valve : Present
Yes
Temperature/Pressure Relief Valve : Proper Material
Yes
Temperature/Pressure Relief Valve : Extension Proper
Yes
Fuel Supply/Electrical Observations: Proper Fuel Supply
Yes
Exhaust Venting: Proper Slope
Yes
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair

19 - Heating

IN NI NP S NR
19.1 General X X
19.2 Heating Equipment X X
19.3 Distribution, Flues, Filter X X
General: Location
Basement
General: Brand Name
Trane
General: Serial Number
2342423432
General: Approximate Furnace Age
18 Years Old
General: When Turned On By Thermostat
Fired
Heating Equipment: Warm Air System
Direct Drive, Central System
Heating Equipment: Energy Source
Natural Gas
Heating Equipment: Combustion Air Venting Present
Yes
Heating Equipment: Heat Exchanger
Sealed/Not Visible
Heating Equipment: Disconnect Present
Yes, Proper Safety Controls Observed
Heating Equipment: Gas Shut-Off Valve
Yes
Distribution, Flues, Filter: Distribution
Metal Duct, Insulated Flex Duct
Distribution, Flues, Filter: Flue Piping
Satisfactory
Distribution, Flues, Filter: Filter
Standard
General: Model Number
234234
General: System Not Operated Due To
N/A
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair
Credit
Comment
19.1.1 - General

Furnace Beyond Service Life

The furnace was near/at the end of it's expected service life.  Recommend evaluation by an HVAC professional.  Recommend budgeting for a new unit in the future

Fire HVAC Professional

20 - Air Conditioning

IN NI NP S NR
20.1 Exterior Equipment X X
20.2 Cooling Equipment and Operation X
20.3 Condensate/Refrigerant Lines X X
Exterior Equipment: Location
South
Exterior Equipment: Brand Name
Trane
Exterior Equipment: Model Number
23452345
Exterior Equipment: Serial Number
2345234523
Exterior Equipment: Approximate Age
5 years old
Exterior Equipment: Unit Type
Air Cooled
Exterior Equipment: Energy Source
Electric
Exterior Equipment: Outside Disconnect
Yes
Exterior Equipment: Maximum Fuse/Breaker Rating (amps)
35
Exterior Equipment: Fuses/Breakers Installed (amps)
35
Exterior Equipment: Physical Traits
Unit Level, Condenser Fins OK, Insulation Present, Proper Clearance
Cooling Equipment and Operation: Cooling Type
Complete system- Forced Air
Cooling Equipment and Operation: Location
Furnace Plenum
Cooling Equipment and Operation: Evaporator Coil Approximate Age
Estimated 5 years old
Cooling Equipment and Operation: Operation Differential
Not Tested
Condensate/Refrigerant Lines : Refrigerant Line
Satisfactory, Insulation Missing, Leak Present
Condensate/Refrigerant Lines : Condensate Line/Drain
Satisfactory
Condensate/Refrigerant Lines : Secondary Condensate Line/Drain
Not Needed
Cooling Equipment and Operation: Low Temperature

The A/C unit was not tested due to low exterior temperatures.  Recommend qualified HVAC technician evaluate/service during warmer weather

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • S = Satisfactory
  • NR = Needs Repair