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1234 Main St.
Oak park, Il 60531
12/15/2019 9:00AM

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Agency Name
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Recommendation

1 - Structural Components

IN NI NP D
1.1 Foundation, Basement & Crawlspaces X X
1.2 Floor Structure X
1.3 Wall Structure X
1.4 Ceiling Structure X
1.5 Roof Structure & Attic X
1.6 Radon equipment present X
1.7 Window wells X
Inspection Method
Attic Access, Infrared, Visual
Foundation, Basement & Crawlspaces: Material
Concrete
Floor Structure: Basement/Crawlspace Floor
Concrete
Floor Structure: Material
Concrete
Floor Structure: Sub-floor
Inaccessible
Wall Structure: Material
Concrete
Ceiling Structure: Material
Wood
Roof Structure & Attic: Material
Wood
Roof Structure & Attic: Type
Gable
Window wells: Window wells drains
Around home

Window well required drains to ensure there is no flooding

Radon equipment present: Equipment info
Exterior

Radonway system present and working at time of inspection. 


One of the biggest problems in the radon industry is follow-up testing. Unfortunately, many people assume they are safe because they have a radon mitigation system but have never performed a radon test to make sure it's actually working. Please make sure to do a radon test after a mitigation system is installed and also at least every two years after that.  


A good maintenance plan is a good idea to keep the radon mitigation systems working well. Some companies will provide these services and some homeowners will do it themselves. Maintenance items can include: cleaning out the vent stack, re-sealing the cracks or sump pump, re-painting system parts, vacuum diagnostics and most importantly the re-test as explained earlier.

Crawl Space Bolted shut
Exterior
Foundation, Basement & Crawlspaces: Unable to fully inspect due to drywall
Basement

Partial basement was covered in drywall. Unable to fully inspect, however, a thermal imaging camera was used and no signs of current leak at time of inspection.

Foundation, Basement & Crawlspaces: No access to crawlspace
Exterior

Access bolted shut from the exterior. 

Wall Structure: STRUCTURE COVERED WITH DRYWALL
basement

Partial basement was covered in drywall. Unable to fully inspect, however, a thermal imaging camera was used and no signs of current leak at time of inspection. 

Ceiling Structure: Most basement ceiling are covered with drywall
basement

Limited visibility

3. STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS 3.1 The inspector shall: A. inspect structural components including the foundation and framing. B. describe: 1. the methods used to inspect under floor crawlspaces and attics. 2. the foundation. 3. the floor structure. 4. the wall structure. 5. the ceiling structure. 6. the roof structure. 3.2 The inspector is NOT required to: A. provide engineering or architectural services or analysis. B. offer an opinion about the adequacy of structural systems and components. C. enter under floor crawlspace areas that have less than 24 inches of vertical clearance between components and the ground or that have an access opening smaller than 16 inches by 24 inches. D. traverse attic load-bearing components that are concealed by insulation or by other materials.

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • D = Deficiency
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1.1.1 - Foundation, Basement & Crawlspaces

Foundation Leak Present

Crack Repairs notice. Exterior tuckpointing, poor grading and water spigot could be cause at the exterior of the where the leak is present. I have water proofer and mason further evaluate and repair. 


Here is an informational article on foundation cracks.

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1.1.2 - Foundation, Basement & Crawlspaces

Evidence of past flood present
basement

Water stains on concrete and wood indicates evidence of past leak present. Dry at time of inspection. 

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1.6.1 - Radon equipment present

Routine testing

system was installed in 2011. Selling agent indicated that seller has never tested for radon since system was installed. I recommend radon testing by a licensed radon tester. 

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1.7.1 - Window wells

Window well drain & covers missing
Exterior

Evidence of well filling up with water present (rusted window). 


Every window well should have a drain to allow water to exit the window well and not build to a level that creates a basement seepage problem.  Drains can be connected to interior or exterior drain tile or can be run to daylight where a proper slope exists.  With a well-constructed and properly maintained drain, a window well should never fill with water.


The most important function of a window well cover is not keeping out water but keeping out the kind of debris leaves, grass clippings, trash that will clog the drain.  Many homeowners make the understandable mistake of installing flimsy plastic bubble covers from the hardware store thinking that they will keep out water.  While still intact these covers create a surprisingly efficient greenhouse for weeds but are easily cracked and broken, rendering them useless.

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2 - Inspection Details

In Attendance
Client
Occupancy
Vacant
Style
Ranch
Temperature (approximate)
75 Fahrenheit (F)
Type of Building
Single Family
Weather Conditions
Clear

3 - Exterior

IN NI NP D
3.1 Siding, Flashing & Trim X X
3.2 Exterior Doors X
3.3 Decks, Balconies, Porches & Steps X X
3.4 Eaves, Soffits & Fascia X
3.5 Vegetation, Grading, Drainage & Retaining Walls X X
3.6 Walkways, Patios & Driveways X X
3.7 Vents X
Inspection Method
Attic Access, Infrared, Visual
Siding, Flashing & Trim: Siding Material
Brick, Vinyl
Exterior Doors: Exterior Entry Door
Glass, Wood
Decks, Balconies, Porches & Steps: Appurtenance
Deck with Steps
Decks, Balconies, Porches & Steps: Material
Wood
Walkways, Patios & Driveways: Driveway Material
Asphalt, Concrete

4.1 The inspector shall: A. inspect: 1. wall coverings, flashing, and trim. 2. exterior doors. 3. attached and adjacent decks, balconies, stoops, steps, porches, and their associated railings. 4. eaves, soffits, and fascias where accessible from the ground level. 5. vegetation, grading, surface drainage, and retaining walls that are likely to adversely affect the building. 6. adjacent and entryway walkways, patios, and driveways. B. describe wall coverings. 4.2 The inspector is NOT required to inspect: A. screening, shutters, awnings, and similar seasonal accessories. B. fences, boundary walls, and similar structures. C. geological and soil conditions. D. recreational facilities. E. outbuildings other than garages and carports. F. seawalls, break-walls, and docks. G. erosion control and earth stabilization measures.

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • D = Deficiency
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3.1.1 - Siding, Flashing & Trim

Major tuck pointing
front

Major tuck pointing needed on exterior walls these bricks are allowing water into garage drywall and basement as indicated in structure section. 

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3.3.1 - Decks, Balconies, Porches & Steps

Deck - Unstable Support

One of more areas of the deck support appears unstable. This could cause a safety hazard and further deterioration of the deck. Recommend qualified deck contractor evaluate and repair.

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3.5.1 - Vegetation, Grading, Drainage & Retaining Walls

Negative Grading
Exterior

Grading is sloping towards the home in some areas. This could lead to water intrusion and foundation issues. Recommend qualified landscaper or foundation contractor regrade so water flows away from home.

Here is a helpful article discussing negative grading. 

Brick Masonry, Concrete, Brick & Stone
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3.5.2 - Vegetation, Grading, Drainage & Retaining Walls

Tree Debris on Roof
exterior roof

Tree debris observed on roof. This can cause improper drainage to gutters and downspouts. Recommend clearing debris.
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3.5.3 - Vegetation, Grading, Drainage & Retaining Walls

Planting near foundation
Exterior

Inspector recommends avoid planting shrubs, trees and plants 12 inches or closer to foundation to prevent possible damage to foundation. 

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3.6.1 - Walkways, Patios & Driveways

Driveway & walkway Trip Hazards
Back door.

Trip hazards observed. Patch or repair recommended.
Brick Masonry, Concrete, Brick & Stone

4 - Roofing

IN NI NP D
4.1 Coverings X X
4.2 Roof Drainage Systems X X
4.3 Flashings X X
4.4 Skylights, Chimneys & Roof Penetrations X
Inspection Method
Ground, Ladder
Roof Type/Style
Hip
Coverings: Material
Asphalt
Roof Drainage Systems: Gutter Material
Aluminum
Flashings: Material
Aluminum, Lead

5.1 The inspector shall: A. inspect: 1. roofing materials. 2. roof drainage systems. 3. flashing. 4. skylights, chimneys, and roof penetrations. B. describe: 1. roofing materials. 2. methods used to inspect the roofing. 5.2 The inspector is NOT required to inspect: A. antennas. B. interiors of vent systems, uses, and chimneys that are not readily accessible. C. other installed accessories. 


  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • D = Deficiency
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4.1.1 - Coverings

Delamination
exterior rooof

The asphalt shingle roof shows signs of delamination. Delamination is separation of the surface layer of asphalt. Recommend a qualified roofing contractor evaluate and repair to prevent further deterioration that results in leaking and moisture intrusion. 

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4.1.2 - Coverings

Improper installation

Woven roof valleys is a method where the valley is completed by overlapping and weavingthe shingle courses rather than cutting the shingles back to form a trough lined with a sheet metal flashing (see Figure WV-1). Woven valleys still require membrane flashing or multiple layers of roofing paper to line thevalley under the shingles

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4.2.1 - Roof Drainage Systems

Debris
exterior

Debris has accumulated in the gutters. Recommend cleaning to facilitate water flow.

Here is a DIY resource for cleaning your gutters. 

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4.2.2 - Roof Drainage Systems

Downspouts Drain Near House

One or more downspouts drain too close to the home's foundation. This can result in excessive moisture in the soil at the foundation, which can lead to foundation/structural movement. Recommend a qualified contractor adjust downspout extensions to drain at least 6 feet from the foundation. 

Here is a helpful DIY link and video on draining water flow away from your house. 

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4.3.1 - Flashings

Missing
roof

Flashings were missing in one or more areas. Flashings provide protection against moisture intrusion. Recommend a qualified roofing contractor evaluate and remedy. 

5 - Plumbing

IN NI NP D
5.1 Fixtures / Faucets X X
5.2 Drain, Waste, & Vent Systems X
5.3 Water Heater X X
5.4 Vents, Flues, & Chimneys X
5.5 Sump Pumps / Sewage Ejectors X X
5.6 Fuel Storage & Distribution Systems X
5.7 Sink plumbing X
Filters
None
Main Fuel Shut-Off (Location)
Basement
Main Water Shut-Off Device (Location)
Basement
Material - Distribution
Copper, PVC
Material - Water Supply
Copper, PVC
Source
Public
Drain, Waste, & Vent Systems: Drain Size
2"
Drain, Waste, & Vent Systems: Material
Copper
Water Heater: Capacity 40
50 Gallons

4o gallon 

2013

Water Heater: Location
Basement
Water Heater: Manufacturer
Rheem
Water Heater: Power Source
Gas

6.1 The inspector shall: A. inspect: 1. interior water supply and distribution systems including fixtures and faucets. 2. interior drain, waste, and vent systems including fixtures. 3. water heating equipment and hot water supply systems. 4. vent systems, flues, and chimneys. 5. fuel storage and fuel distribution systems. 6. sewage ejectors, sump pumps, and related piping. B. describe: 1. interior water supply, drain, waste, and vent piping materials. 2. water heating equipment including energy source(s). 3. location of main water and fuel shut-off valves. 6.2 The inspector is NOT required to: A. inspect: 1. clothes washing machine connections. 2. interiors of vent systems, flues, and chimneys that are not readily accessible. 3. wells, well pumps, and water storage related equipment. 4. water conditioning systems. 5. solar, geothermal, and other renewable energy water heating systems. 6. manual and automatic re-extinguishing and sprinkler systems and landscape irrigation systems. 7. septic and other sewage disposal systems. B. determine: 1. whether water supply and sewage disposal are public or private. 2. water quality. 3. the adequacy of combustion air components. C. measure water supply low and pressure, and well water quantity. D. fill shower pans and fixtures to test for leaks.

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • D = Deficiency
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5.1.1 - Fixtures / Faucets

Loose toilets
bathrooms

Loose toilets are safety and sanitary hazards that can cause leaks if not corrected.

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5.3.1 - Water Heater

Annual Maintenance Flush Needed
Basement

Water heaters should be flushed annually to prevent sediment buildup and maintain efficiency. Recommend a qualified plumber service and flush. 

Here is a DIY link to help

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5.3.2 - Water Heater

Improper Installation
Basement

Water heater is improperly installed. TPR pipe should cut be 6" from ground to allow proper flow should tpr pipe release. 

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5.3.3 - Water Heater

Temperature reading
kitchen

Hot water temperature target is 120 degrees to prevent bacteria growth and scalding. A simple adjustment at the hot water tank thermostat. 

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5.5.1 - Sump Pumps / Sewage Ejectors

No dedicated simplex outlet
basement

Sump pumps should have dedicated simplex outlets to ensure no other equipment shares the outlet. 

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5.5.2 - Sump Pumps / Sewage Ejectors

Cover or sealant missing and/or improper cover size
basement

Cover should fit properly. 

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5.6.1 - Fuel Storage & Distribution Systems

Gas Pipes Not Bonded
basement

Gas pipes were not bonded to the home electrical system. Recommend a qualified plumber evaluate and correct. 

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5.7.1 - Sink plumbing

Plumbing penetrations
All sinks

All plumbing penetrations should be sealed to prevent water intrusion and mold growth should a leak occur. 

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5.7.2 - Sink plumbing

Cross connection present
laundry room

Cross connection present at mop sink. Cross connections can occur in fixtures where the faucet is below the high water level - an air gap is required to prevent contaminated water from being siphoned back into the potable water supply under negative supply pressure condition.

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6 - Electrical

IN NI NP D
6.1 Service Entrance Conductors X
6.2 Service and Grounding Equipment, Main Overcurrent Device, Main and Distribution Panels X X
6.3 Branch Circuit Conductors, Overcurrent Devices and Compatibility of Their Amperage & Voltage X
6.4 Connected Devices and Fixtures X
6.5 Polarity and Grounding of Receptacles X
6.6 GFCI & AFCI X X
6.7 Smoke Detectors X
6.8 Carbon Monoxide Detectors X
6.9 Exposed wires present X
6.10 Loose outlets X X
6.11 Outlets - other X X
Branch Wire 15 and 20 AMP
Aluminum, Copper
Wiring Method
Conduit
Service Entrance Conductors: Electrical Service Conductors
Below Ground, 240 volts
Service and Grounding Equipment, Main Overcurrent Device, Main and Distribution Panels: Panel Capacity
100 AMP
Service and Grounding Equipment, Main Overcurrent Device, Main and Distribution Panels: Panel Locations
Garage
Service and Grounding Equipment, Main Overcurrent Device, Main and Distribution Panels: Panel Manufacturer
Unknown
Service and Grounding Equipment, Main Overcurrent Device, Main and Distribution Panels: Panel Type
Circuit Breaker
Smoke Detectors: Change batteries every 10 years

Take care of your smoke alarms according to the manufacturer's instructions. Replace the batteries at least once every year. Replace the entire smoke alarm every 10 years.

Exposed wires present : Low voltage
bathroom

7.1 The inspector shall: A. inspect: 1. service drop. 2. service entrance conductors, cables, and raceways. 3. service equipment and main disconnects. 4. service grounding. 5. interior components of service panels and subpanels. 6. conductors. 7. overcurrent protection devices. 8. a representative number of installed lighting fixtures, switches, and receptacles. 9. ground fault circuit interrupters and arc fault circuit interrupters. B. describe: 1. amperage rating of the service. 2. location of main disconnect(s) and subpanels. 3. presence or absence of smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms. 4. the predominant branch circuit wiring method. 7.2 The inspector is NOT required to: A. inspect: 1. remote control devices. 2. or test smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, security systems, and other signaling and warning devices. 3. low voltage wiring systems and components. 4. ancillary wiring systems and components not a part of the primary electrical power distribution system. 5. solar, geothermal, wind, and other renewable energy systems. B. measure amperage, voltage, and impedance. C. determine the age and type of smoke alarms and carbon monoxide alarms.

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • D = Deficiency
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6.2.1 - Service and Grounding Equipment, Main Overcurrent Device, Main and Distribution Panels

Ground Wire Not Located
exterior

Proper ground  could not be found at the time of inspection. The ground  may not be present or could be hidden from view or buried. This is a safety hazard and it is recommended  that a licensed electrician verify or install proper ground.

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6.2.2 - Service and Grounding Equipment, Main Overcurrent Device, Main and Distribution Panels

Not Labeled
panel in garage

Electrical panel does not have labels. Recommend a qualified electrician test and properly label all switches. 

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6.4.1 - Connected Devices and Fixtures

Exposed bulbs missing cover
throughout - mainly closets and basement

Exposed bulbs are a fire and shatter hazard. 

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6.4.2 - Connected Devices and Fixtures

Exhaust fans in bathrooms
bathroom

Dirty. Should be cleaned periodically to maintain effectiveness. 

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6.5.1 - Polarity and Grounding of Receptacles

Reverse Polarity
master bedroom

One or more receptacles have been wired with reverse polarity. This can create a shock hazard. Recommend licensed electrician evaluate & repair.

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6.6.1 - GFCI & AFCI

No GFCI Protection Installed
garage, kitchen island, laundry & exterior

No GFCI protection present in all locations. Recommend licensed electrician upgrade by installing ground fault receptacles in all locations.

Here is a link to read about how GFCI receptacles keep you safe. 

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6.10.1 - Loose outlets

Loose or open junction box

Loose switch present and could become a shock hazard if not corrected.

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6.11.1 - Outlets - other

Non working or loose outlets
throughout

Loose outlet covers present. A loose outlet has the potential to ignite a fire behind the wall. A loose outlet is a potential hazard that needs to be taken care of.

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6.11.2 - Outlets - other

2 way switch missing at stairs
stairs to basement

2-way switch should be at top and bottom of stairs to prevent fall hazard. Contact licensed electrician to further evaluate and correct. 

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7 - Heating

IN NI NP D
7.1 Heating Equipment X X
7.2 Distribution Systems X X
7.3 Vents, Flues & Chimneys X
Heating Equipment: Brand
Goodman
Heating Equipment: Energy Source
Gas
Heating Equipment: Filter Size
20x25x1
Heating Equipment: Filter Type
Disposable
Heating Equipment: Heat Type
Forced Air
Distribution Systems: Ductwork
Insulated, Non-insulated

8.1 The inspector shall: A. open readily openable access panels. B. inspect: 1. installed heating equipment. 2. vent systems, uses, and chimneys. 3. distribution systems. C. describe: 1. energy source(s). 2. heating systems. 8.2 The inspector is NOT required to: A. inspect: 1. interiors of vent systems, uses, and chimneys that are not readily accessible. 2. heat exchangers. 3. humidifiers and dehumidifiers. 4. electric air cleaning and sanitizing devices. 5. heating systems using ground-source, water-source, solar, and renewable energy technologies. 6. heat-recovery and similar whole-house mechanical ventilation systems. B. determine: 1. heat supply adequacy and distribution balance. 2. the adequacy of combustion air components.

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • D = Deficiency
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7.1.1 - Heating Equipment

Corrosion

Furnace was corroded in one or more areas. This could be the result of improper venting, which the source would need to be identified. Recommend a HVAC contractor evaluate and repair.

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7.1.2 - Heating Equipment

Filter Missing
basement

Furnace filter was missing at time of inspection. I recommend adding the proper sized filter for the heating unit for proper functionality.

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7.1.3 - Heating Equipment

Needs Servicing/Cleaning
basement

Furnace should be cleaned and serviced annually. Recommend a qualified HVAC contractor clean, service and certify furnace.

Here is a resource on the importance of furnace maintenance.

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7.2.1 - Distribution Systems

Duct Damaged
basement

Air supply duct was damaged, openings. Recommend a qualified HVAC contractor repair. proper sealant needed. 

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7.2.2 - Distribution Systems

Ducts Not Sealed
basement

Air supply ducts were not properly sealed. Recommend a qualified HVAC contractor seal supply and return ducts for maximum efficiency.

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8 - Air Conditioning

IN NI NP D
8.1 Cooling Equipment X X
8.2 Distribution System X
Type
Air Conditioner
Cooling Equipment: Brand
York
Cooling Equipment: Energy Source/Type
Electric
Cooling Equipment: Location
Exterior South
Distribution System: Configuration
Split

9.1 The inspector shall: A. open readily openable access panels. B. inspect: 1. central and permanently installed cooling equipment. 2. distribution systems. C. describe: 1. energy source(s). 2. cooling systems. 9.2 The inspector is NOT required to: A. inspect electric air cleaning and sanitizing devices. B. determine cooling supply adequacy and distribution balance. C. inspect cooling units that are not permanently installed or that are installed in windows. D. inspect cooling systems using ground source, water source, solar, and renewable energy technologies.

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • D = Deficiency
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8.1.1 - Cooling Equipment

Insulation missing or damaged
exterior - condenser

Missing or damaged insulation on refrigerant line can cause energy loss and condensation.

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8.1.2 - Cooling Equipment

Missing Emergency Shut off
exterior

Condenser emergency shut off missing and is a safety hazard. Contact licensed hvac to install. 

9 - Interiors

IN NI NP D
9.1 Walls X X
9.2 Ceilings X
9.3 Floors X
9.4 Steps, Stairways & Railings X X
9.5 Countertops & Cabinets X
9.6 Doors X X
9.7 Windows X X
9.8 Garage Door X X
Walls: Wall Material
Drywall
Ceilings: Ceiling Material
Compressed Board
Floors: Floor Coverings
Carpet, Hardwood, Tile
Countertops & Cabinets: Cabinetry
Wood
Windows: Window Manufacturer
Unknown
Windows: Window Type
Single Pane, Sliders
Garage Door: Material
Metal
Garage Door: Type
Automatic

10.1 The inspector shall inspect: A. walls, ceilings, and floors. B. steps, stairways, and railings. C. countertops and a representative number of installed cabinets. D. a representative number of doors and windows. E. garage vehicle doors and garage vehicle door operators. F. installed ovens, ranges, surface cooking appliances, microwave ovens, dishwashing machines, and food waste grinders by using normal operating controls to activate the primary function. 10.2 The inspector is NOT required to inspect: A. paint, wallpaper, and other finish treatments. B. floor coverings. C. window treatments. D. coatings on and the hermetic seals between panes of window glass. E. central vacuum systems. F. recreational facilities. G. installed and free-standing kitchen and laundry appliances not listed in Section 10.1.F. H. appliance thermostats including their calibration, adequacy of heating elements, self cleaning oven cycles, indicator lights, door seals, timers, clocks, timed features, and other specialized features of the appliance. I. operate, or confirm the operation of every control and feature of an inspected appliance.

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • D = Deficiency
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9.1.1 - Walls

Moisture detected
garage

Stains on the walls visible at the time of the inspection appeared to be the result of moisture intrusion. The source of moisture may have been corrected. Recommend further examination by a qualified contractor to provide confirmation.

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9.3.1 - Floors

Tiles Missing or broken
basement bathroom

One or more floor tiles were missing. Recommend installing/replacing missing tiles. 

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9.4.1 - Steps, Stairways & Railings

Improper support
stairs to basement

Handrails are set too low. This is a fall hazard. Handrails should be 36" from steps. 

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9.6.1 - Doors

Garage door to property not fire rated
garage.

Fire rated door needed on garage door to ensure safety. 

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9.7.1 - Windows

Missing or torn Screen
basement

Window missing screen. Recommend replacement.

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9.7.2 - Windows

Plexi glass
basement

Plexi glass material in basement window is improper window material.

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9.8.1 - Garage Door

Weather stripping
garage

Weather stripping needs to fully seal garage from exterior when closed to avoid water and vermin intrusion. 

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10 - Built-in Appliances

IN NI NP D
10.1 Dishwasher X
10.2 Refrigerator X
10.3 Range/Oven/Cooktop X
10.4 Garbage Disposal X
10.5 Dryer X
10.6 Washer X
Dishwasher: Brand
Whirlpool
Refrigerator: Brand
Frigidaire
Range/Oven/Cooktop: Kitchen exhaust brand
Unknown

Incorrect sealant. Incorrect material.

Dryer: Type
Kenmore
Range/Oven/Cooktop: Exhaust Hood Type
Vented
Washer: Brand
Kenmore
Range/Oven/Cooktop: Range/Oven Energy Source
Gas, Maytag

Maytag 

10.1 The inspector shall inspect: F. installed ovens, ranges, surface cooking appliances, microwave ovens, dishwashing machines, and food waste grinders by using normal operating controls to activate the primary function. 10.2 The inspector is NOT required to inspect: G. installed and free-standing kitchen and laundry appliances not listed in Section 10.1.F. H. appliance thermostats including their calibration, adequacy of heating elements, self cleaning oven cycles, indicator lights, door seals, timers, clocks, timed features, and other specialized features of the appliance. I. operate, or con rm the operation of every control and feature of an inspected appliance.

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • D = Deficiency

11 - Insulation and Ventilation

IN NI NP D
11.1 Attic Insulation X
11.2 Vapor Retarders X
11.3 Ventilation X
11.4 Exhaust Systems X X
Dryer Vent
Metal (Flex)
Attic Insulation: Insulation Type
Cellulose
Ventilation: Ventilation Type
Mushroom vent, Turbines
Exhaust Systems: Exhaust Fans
Fan with Light

11.1 The inspector shall: A. inspect: 1. insulation and vapor retarders in unfinished spaces. 2. ventilation of attics and foundation areas. 3. kitchen, bathroom, laundry, and similar exhaust systems. 4. clothes dryer exhaust systems. B. describe: 1. insulation and vapor retarders in unfinished spaces. 2. absence of insulation in unfinished spaces at conditioned surfaces. 11.2 The inspector is NOT required to disturb insulation.

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • D = Deficiency
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11.3.1 - Ventilation

Attic Fan Inoperable
Attic

Attic fan was inoperable at time of inspection. Recommend an attic fan specialist evaluate and repair.

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11.4.1 - Exhaust Systems

Bathroom exhaust fan into attic

Vents should be diverted to exterior to prevent potential mold build up

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