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1234 Main St.
Charleston SC 29412
02/15/2019 9:00AM

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Thank you for choosing People's Choice Home Inspections, LLC ( PCHI ) to inspect your home! Please carefully read your entire Inspection Report. It is ultimately up to your discretion to interpret its findings and to act accordingly. If you have any questions throughout the closing process don't hesitate to ask. 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, not on current building or municipality codes. 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. Any and all evaluations or recommendations made by ( PCHI ) should be carried out prior to closing. 

This Inspection Report is based on a visual, non-intrusive inspection.  While every effort is made to identify and report all current or potential issues with a home, please understand that there are simply areas that cannot be seen- such as within the wall structure, etc.  An inspector is considered to be a "Generalist" in that the job is to identify and report potential issues rather than diagnose the specific cause or repair items.  For this reason, you will find that it is often recommended to seek further evaluation by a qualified professional such as an Electrical, Plumbing, or Roofing contractor.

The report includes Informational data on various components of the home, Limitations that affected the ability to inspect certain items/areas, and Recommendations for items that require immediate or future attention.

Observations and Recommendations are organized into three categories by level of severity: 

1) Minor/Maintenance/MonitorPrimarily comprised of small cosmetic items and simple Handyman or do-it-yourself maintenance items.  These observations are more informational in nature and represent more of a future to-do list rather than something you might use as a negotiation or Seller-repair item.  A Summary Report can be created should you choose to view a report without these minor items or informational data.

2) Moderate RecommendationsMost items typically fall into this category.  These observations may require a qualified contractor to evaluate further and repair or replace but the cost is somewhat reasonable.

3) Significant and/or Safety Concerns - This category is composed of immediate safety concerns or items that could represent a significant expense to repair/replace.  

This categorization is the opinion of the inspector and is based on what was observed at the time of inspection. It is not intended to imply that items documented in any one category are not in need of correction. Maintenance items or latent defects left unrepaired can soon become significant defects. It should be considered very likely there will be other issues you personally may consider deficient, and you should add these as desired. There may also be defects that you feel belong in a different category, and again, you should feel free to consider the importance you believe they hold and act accordingly.

Your report includes many photographs. Some pictures are informational and of a general view, to help you understand where the inspector has been, what was looked at and the condition of the item or area at the time of the inspection. Some of the pictures may be of problem areas, these 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.

The following areas and descriptions are not included in the scope of this inspection: • Structural integrity, • Geological stability or ground condition of site, • System design problems or functional adequacy, operational capacity, quality or suitability for particular use of items inspected, • Fireplace and flue draft, • Capacity for the garbage disposal to grind food or the dishwasher to clean properly, • Cosmetic items including, but not limited to minor scratches, scrapes, dents, cracks, stains, soiled or faded surfaces,  • Wells or well pumps, • Septic systems, • Cisterns • Sewer lines beyond the foundation wall and not visible, • Fountains, • Electronic air cleaners or filters, • Water quality or volume, • Water conditioning systems, • Environmental hazards, • Active or passive solar systems, • Security systems, • Detached buildings or equipment unless specifically included and paid for in the agreement, • Central vacuum systems, • Wall or window mounted air conditioning systems, • Home warranty and component warranties.

This report is not a warranty.

Receipt of this report by any purchasers of this property other than the party(ies) identified on the cover page of this report is not authorized by the inspector. The inspector strongly advises against any reliance on this report by such party(ies). We recommend that you retain a qualified home inspector to provide you with your own inspection and report on this property. Liability under this report is limited to the party identified on the cover page of this report. The Home Inspection and the Inspection Report do not constitute and shall not be considered to be a warranty, either expressed or implied, concerning the present or future condition of the Property, the presence or absence of latent or hidden defects that are not reasonably ascertainable in a competently performed home inspection, or the remaining useful life of any system or component of the property. This report is not binding unless the pre-inspection agreement has been signed by the client and returned to People's Choice Home Inspections, LLC along with payment of the inspection fee.

This home inspection is not an inspection for mold. Mold can be present in any home. Mold cannot grow unless there is excess moisture. The key to mold control is moisture control. While this inspection attempts to detect high moisture conditions that can lead to mold growth, be advised that mold can grow in hidden areas which are beyond the scope of this inspection. If mold is a concern to you, you should obtain a further evaluation by a mold specialist prior to the end of the inspection contingency. Recommended reading - A brief guide to mold and moisture

THE INSPECTION DID NOT INCLUDE ANALYSIS OR TESTING OF ANY ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH HAZARDS. No tests were conducted to determine the presence of airborne particles such as asbestos, noxious gases such as radon, formaldehyde, toxic, carcinogenic or malodorous substances or other conditions of air quality that may have been present; nor conditions which may cause the above. No representations were made as to the existence or possible condition of the lead paint, abandoned wells, private sewage systems, or underground fuel storage tanks. There were no representations as to any above or below ground pollutants, contaminants, or hazardous wastes. The quality of drinking water was excluded from this inspection.



Orientation- For the sake of this inspection the front of the home will be considered as the portion of the home facing the road. References to the "left" or "right" of the home should be construed as standing in the front yard and facing the front of the home.

This is meant to be an Honest, Impartial, Third-Party assessment.  Oftentimes, in the mind of a buyer, minor items are given too much weight and significant items are under-appreciated.  That being said, I would be more than happy to discuss anything in more detail.  Please reach out if you have any questions or need further explanation on anything identified in this report.

1 - Inspection details

Start Time
Finish Time
Present at time of the inspection
Property Occupancy
Yes, Furnished
Rain in the last few days
Ground Condition
55 Fahrenheit
Weather Condition
Structure Details: Age of the Structure
Structure Details: Foundation Type
Slab on grade
Structure Details: Structure Faces
Structure Details: Structures Inspected
Attached Garage, House
Structure Details: Type of Structure
Single Family
Structure Details: Utilities
All Utilities on
The following items have been excluded from the inspection.
Security system
Category description

Listed below is a description of the Categories used throughout the report to help understand the severity of an item.  Any items list in the below categories may be based on the inspectors opinion.  These categories are not designed to be considered as an enforceable repair or responsibility of the current homeowner, but designed to inform the current client of the current condition of the property and structure.  They may be used in negotiations between real estate professionals. 

Minor / Maintenance / Monitor =  The item, component, or system while perhaps is functioning as intended may be in need of minor repair, service, or maintenance; is showing wear or deterioration that could result in an adverse condition at some point in the future; or consideration should be made in upgrading the item, component, or system to enhance the function, efficiency, and/or safety.  Items that fall into this category frequently be addressed by a homeowner or Licensed Handyman and are considered to be routine homeowner maintenance (DIY) or recommended upgrades.   

Deficiencies =  The item, component, or system while perhaps functioning as intended is in need of moderate repair, service, is showing signs of wear or deterioration that could result is an adverse condition at some point in the future; consideration should be made in upgrading the item, component, or system to enhance the function, efficiency and/or safety. Items falling into this category can frequently be addressed by a licensed handyman or qualified contractor of trade and are not considered routine maintenance or DIY items.  

Safety & Immediate Attention =  The item, component, or system poses a safety concern to occupants in or around the home.  Some listed concerns may have been considered acceptable for the time of the structures construction, but pose a current risk.  

The item, component or system is not functioning as intended, or needs further inspection by a qualified license contractor of trade; possible damage to the structure, item, or component may occur. Repairs may be possible to satisfactory condition with out repair.  

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A home inspection is not a pass or fail type of inspection.It is a visual only evaluation of the conditions of the systems and accessible components of the home designed to identify areas of concern within specific systems or components defined by the Florida State Standards of Practice, that are both observed and deemed material by the inspector at the exact date and time of inspection. Conditions can and will change after the inspection over time. Future conditions or component failure can not be foreseen or reported on. Components that are not readily accessible can not be inspected.Issues that are considered as cosmetic are not addressed in this report. (Holes, stains, scratches, unevenness, missing trim, paint and finish flaws or odors). It is not the intent of this report to make the house new again.Any and all recommendations for repair, replacement, evaluation, and maintenance issues found, should be evaluated by the appropriate trades contractors within the clients inspection contingency window or prior to closing, which is contract applicable, in order to obtain proper dollar amount estimates on the cost of said repairs and also because these evaluations could uncover more potential issues than able to be noted from a purely visual inspection of the property. This inspection will not reveal every concern or issue that exists, but only those material defects that were observable on the day of the inspection. This inspection is intended to assist in evaluation of the overall condition of the dwelling only. This inspection is not a prediction of future conditions and conditions with the property are subject to change the moment we leave the premises.
General Recommendations : Recommend obtaining from the Home owner

We recommend obtaining from the Owner (and Public Records) all available Information, User's Guides/Owner's Manuals, Receipts, Warranties, Permits, Insurance Claims, and Warranty Transferability & Fees regarding the Repairs, Upgrades, and Components of the Home & Lot.


Not all areas of the attic were traversed.  These areas were unsafe to traverse or blocked by stored items, insulation, low rafters, or mechanical equipment.  The Inspector makes every point to try and see as much as possible, however some areas could not be safely inspected.

1.1.1 - General Recommendations

Obtain Information

We recommend obtaining from the Owner (and Public Records) all available Information, User's Guides/Owner's Manuals, Receipts, Warranties, Permits, Insurance Claims, and Warranty Transferability & Fees regarding the Repairs, Upgrades, and Components of the Home & Lot.

Wrench DIY

2 - Roof

2.1 General X
2.2 Shingles X X
2.3 Gutters/drains X
2.4 Flashing / Vents X
2.5 Skylights X
2.6 Spark Arrestor X
2.7 Chimney X
2.8 Electrical X
General: Roof covering
Asphalt/Fiberglass Shingles
General: Estimated (main) roof age, years old
General: Roof Drainage
Partial gutter system
General: Roof Type
Gable and valley
Shingles: Layers Visible
One Layer
Shingles: Representative Shingle condition
General: Slope
General: Roof Inspection method
We normally conduct our typical roof inspection by walking on the roof's surface in what we call the "random walk" methodology. This method of inspection is not intended to cover every square inch of the roof's surface, nor will it. Further we could not recreate the route of a random walk even if we tried to. We do arrive at an overall impression of the roof's condition developed during this random walk inspection and extrapolate it to the entire roof's surface.
If any discrepancies are in fact identified, it is recommended that to accurately determined the scope of the actual discrepancies, as well as any cost of correction, you consult with a licensed roofing contractor. Not all roof will be walked, dimension, slope, weather, etc may allow the roof to be accessed.
General: Roof Pictures
General: Roof repairs
It is recommended that a certified roofing contractor make any needed repairs to the roof system.
General: Underlayment disclaimer

Most underlayment was hidden beneath the roof-covering material. The inspector was able to view edges only a representative areas around the perimeter of the roof. It was not inspected and the Inspector disclaims responsibility for evaluating its condition.

Skylights not present.

Electrical not present.

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • O = Observations
2.2.1 - Shingles

Exposed Nail Heads

Nail heads were exposed at one or more shingles. Recommend applying an approved sealant over exposed nail heads now and as necessary in the future to prevent leaks.

Roof Roofing Professional

3 - Attic

3.1 General X
3.2 Attic Hatch X X
3.3 Electrical X
3.4 Insulation X
3.5 Ventilation X
General: Ceiling Structure
General: Inspection Method
Partially Traversed
General: Estimated R-Value
General: Insulation Material
Fiberglass loose, Fiberglass Batt/roll
General: Roof Structure
Trusses and Rafters
General: General pictures
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • O = Observations
3.2.1 - Attic Hatch

No access cover

There is no attic access cover installed at the attic access opening. The proper cover should be installed at the attic access opening.

Contractor Qualified Professional

4 - Exterior

4.1 General X
4.2 Exterior issues X X
4.3 Driveway, Walkway, Patio X X
4.4 Windows and Door X
4.5 Shutters(decorative and storm) X
4.6 Siding And Trim X X
4.7 Gutters and Flashing X X
4.8 Eaves, Soffit and Fascia X
4.9 Electrical X X
4.10 Stairs/Handrails/Guardrails X
4.11 Vegetation and Grading X
4.12 Fences and Gates X
4.13 Deck X
4.14 Doorbell X
4.15 Irrigation/Sprinker X
General: Exterior doors
Metal, Sliding Glass
General: Exterior wall structure
wood Frame
General: Fencing
General: Foundation Material
General: Garage Door Material
General: Sidewalk/Patio Material
Concrete, Brick Pavers
General: Vehicle Parking
Attached Garage, Driveway
General: Wall Covering
Driveway, Walkway, Patio: Driveway Material
Driveway, Walkway, Patio: Patio Material
Pavers, Concrete
Eaves, Soffit and Fascia: Eaves, Soffit and Fascia

The eaves are the edges of the roof which overhang the face of a wall and, normally, project beyond the side of a building. The eaves form an overhang to throw water clear of the walls.  The Soffit is the underside of the eave whereas the Fascia is the outward-facing vertical portion.

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • O = Observations
4.2.1 - Exterior issues

Holes in siding

Holes in different areas should be repaired or sealed by a qualified professional to minimize water intrusion.  Recommend a qualified professional to repair or seal as necessary. 

Contractor Qualified Professional
4.2.2 - Exterior issues


One or more minor cracks were found in the foundation. These didn't appear to be a structural concern but recommend sealing them to prevent water infiltration and monitor them in the future. Numerous products exist to seal such cracks including hydraulic cement, non shrinking grout, resilient caulks and epoxy sealants.

Mag glass Monitor
4.3.1 - Driveway, Walkway, Patio

Cracked -Sidewalk

One or more of the sidewalk slabs is cracked. Any sidewalk with a deficiency should be monitored or replaced by a certified contractor to help prevent future deterioration.

Contractor Qualified Professional
4.3.2 - Driveway, Walkway, Patio

Screen enclosure-screens torn

One or more screens are torn or missing in the frame(s) of the screen patio. A certified contractor should make the necessary repairs.

Wrenches Handyman
4.6.1 - Siding And Trim

Siding Issues

Sections of siding were loose or damaged. Recommend that a qualified person repair, replace or install siding as necessary.

Contractor Qualified Professional
4.7.1 - Gutters and Flashing

Damaged downspout

Sections of downspouts are damaged. This can result in water accumulating around the structure's foundation, or crawlspace if they exist. Accumulated water is conductive condition to wood destroying insects and organisms, and may also cause the foundation to settle over time. A licensed contractor should replace or repair downspouts where necessary. A damaged downspout may not allow water to flow freely.
Contractor Qualified Professional
4.7.2 - Gutters and Flashing

Downspout extensions

Extensions such as splash blocks or drain pipes for one or more downspouts were missing / misaligned / substandard. Water can accumulate around the building foundation as a result. Recommend that a qualified person install, replace or repair extensions as necessary so rainwater drains far away from the structure.

Tools Handyman/DIY
4.9.1 - Electrical

Light inoperable

One or more light fixtures appear to be inoperable. Recommend further evaluation by replacing bulb(s) and/or consulting with the property owner(s). Repairs or replacement of the light fixture(s) by a qualified electrician may be necessary.

Wrench DIY
4.9.2 - Electrical

Receptacle Cover Broken

One or more exterior receptacle covers were broken. This is a potential shock hazard. Recommend that a qualified person replace covers where necessary.

Wrenches Handyman

5 - Water Heater

5.1 Water Heater X X
Water Heater: Capacity
Water Heater: Energy Source
Water Heater: Estimated Age
7 Years
Water Heater: Location
Water Heater: Serial #
Water Heater: Model #
ES650D0RS 210
Water Heater: Manufacturer
Water Heater: Type
Water Heater: Water Temperature
109.7 Degrees
Water Heater: Pictures of Unit
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • O = Observations
5.1.1 - Water Heater

TPR Leaking

The TPR (temperature-pressure relief) valve showed signs of leaking. Recommend that a qualified plumber repair as necessary. For example, by replacing the valve or seeing if a thermal expansion tank is needed.

Mag glass Monitor
5.1.2 - Water Heater

TPR drain into pan

So as to not ruin any of your stored items in the garage, it's recommend to have the TPR drain either draining to the outside of the home or a Pan underneath the TPR valve.

Contractor Qualified Professional

6 - Plumbing

6.1 General X
6.2 Supply Lines X X
6.3 Drain and Waste X
6.4 Fuel system X
6.5 Main Water X
General: Drain Pipe
General: Interior Supply piping
CPVC, Plastic(PEX)
General: Location of main fuel shut off
General: Service Pipe to house
Not Visible
General: Vent Pipe
General: Waste Pipe
General: Water Source
Public Water
General: Location of Water meter
Near street
General: Location of Main Shut off
General: Water Pressure
100 PSI
General: Most not visible

Most drain, waste and vent pipes were not visible due to wall, insulation, ceiling and floor coverings.

Supply Lines: Most not visible

Most water distribution pipes were not visible due to wall, floor and ceiling coverings. The Inspector disclaims responsibility for inspection of pipes not directly visible.

Fuel system not present.

Main Water: Main water line not visible
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • O = Observations
6.2.1 - Supply Lines

>80 PSI

The water supply pressure is greater than 80 psi. Pressures above 80 psi may void warranties for some appliances such as water heaters or washing machines. Flexible supply lines to washing machines are more likely to burst with higher pressures. Typically the pressure cannot be regulated at the water meter. Recommend having a qualified plumber evaluate and make modifications to reduce the pressure below 80 psi. Installing a pressure reducing valve on the main service pipe is a common solution to this problem. If one exists, then it should be adjusted for lower pressures.
Pipes Plumbing Contractor

7 - Electrical

7.1 Service Panel X
7.2 Sub-Panel X
7.3 Branch Wiring X
7.4 Circuit Breakers X
7.5 Meter X
7.6 Service Wires X
Service Panel: Amperage
Service Panel: Branch Wiring
Service Panel: Location of Main Disconnect
Top of Panel
Service Panel: Location of Main Panel
Service Panel: Panel Manufacturer
Square D
Service Panel: Protection
Service Panel: Service Conductor
Service Panel: Service Type
Service Panel: Service Voltage
Service Panel: System Grounding
Grounding Rod
Service Panel: Panel pictures
Service Panel: Positive Attributes

The size of the electrical service is sufficient for the typical single family needs. The electrical panel is well arranged. All outlets and light fixtures that were tested, operated satisfactorily. All 3-prong outlets that were tested were appropriately grounded. Ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) devices have been provided in some areas of the home. These devices are extremely valuable, as they offer an extra level of shock protection. All GFCI's that were tested responded properly. Dedicated 220 volt circuits have been provided for all 220 volt appliances within the home. All visible wiring within the home is copper. This is a good quality electrical conductor.

Sub-Panel not present.

Branch Wiring: Branch Circuit Limitation

Home branch circuit wiring consists of wiring distributing electricity to devices such as switches, receptacles, and appliances. Most conductors are hidden behind floor, wall and ceiling coverings and cannot be evaluated by the inspector. The Inspector does not remove cover plates and inspection of branch wiring is limited to proper response to testing of switches and a representative number of electrical receptacles.

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • O = Observations

8 - HVAC

8.1 General X
8.2 Condensing Unit X
8.3 Air Handler X
8.4 Duct Work X X
8.5 Heat Pump X
General: A/C Type
Split System (indoor and outdoor components)
General: Cooling source
General: Distribution
Fiberglass Duct
General: Heat Source
General: Heat Type
Forced Air, Wood burning fireplace
General: Last Service Date
Condensing Unit: Condenser Serial #
Condensing Unit: Condenser Model #
Condensing Unit: Estimated Age Condensing Unit
2 Year(s)
Condensing Unit: Good condition

The condensing unit was in good condition.

Condensing Unit: Manufacturer
Air Handler: Air Handler Serial #
Air Handler: Air Handler Model #
Unknown. Covered in mastic
Air Handler: Estimate Age Air Handler
2 Year(s)
Air Handler: Manufacturer
Air Handler: Filter Location
General: Filter Advice
Recommend that home buyers replace or clean HVAC filters upon taking occupancy depending on the type of filters installed. Regardless of the type, recommend checking filters monthly in the future and replacing or cleaning them as necessary. How frequently they need replacing or cleaning depends on the type and quality of the filter, how the system is configured (e.g. always on vs. "Auto"), and on environmental factors (e.g. pets, smoking, frequency of house cleaning, number of occupants, the season.
General: Temperature out of register
114.6 Degrees

The system functioned as expected when tested and appeared to be serviceable at the time of the inspection. As with all mechanical equipment, the unit may fail at any time without warning. The inspector cannot determine future failures.

Condensing Unit: Pictures of Unit
Air Handler: Pictures of unit
Air Handler: Unit in Good Condition

The air handler appeared in good condition.   The unit ran and cold as expected. 

General: Temperature <60 degrees
The outdoor air temperature was below 60 degrees Fahrenheit during the inspection. Because of this, the inspector was unable to operate and fully evaluate the cooling system.

Heat Pump not present.

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • O = Observations
8.4.1 - Duct Work

Seal Duct

One or more sections of duct are leaking and need to be re-sealed or repaired. When the cooler air escapes from the duct in the attic and creates condensation which will cause mold and or dirt from the attic to collect at the area of the air leak. It is recommended to have a qualified professional make the necessary repairs.

Contractor Qualified Professional

9 - Appliances

9.1 General X
9.2 Range-Cooktop-Oven X X
9.3 Microwave X
9.4 Hood/Vent X
9.5 Garbage Disposal X
9.6 Dishwasher X
9.7 Refrigerator X
General: Cooktop
General Electric
General: Dishwasher
General Electric
General: Disposer
General: Microwave
General: Oven
General Electric
General: Refrigerator
General: Stove
Refrigerator: Fridge is operable
Range-Cooktop-Oven: Normal operation

The heating elements for the oven and stove top functioned as expected.

General: Appliance Pictures
Refrigerator: Water and Ice maker

There is an automatic ice maker installed, 

The ice maker tray was full.

The automatic ice maker was found in the ON position.

We urge you to verify the units proper operation after it has been running for sometime.

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • O = Observations
9.2.1 - Range-Cooktop-Oven

No anti-tip

The range can tip forward, and no anti-tip bracket appears to be installed. This is a safety hazard since the range may tip forward when weight is applied to the open door, such as when a small child climbs on it, or if heavy objects are dropped on it. Anti-tip brackets have been sold with all free standing ranges since 1985. An anti-tip bracket should be installed to eliminate this safety hazard. For more information, visit https://www.nachi.org/anti-tip.htm
Wash Appliance Repair

10 - Kitchen

10.1 Cabinets X
10.2 Countertops-Backsplash X
10.3 Electrical X
10.4 Flooring X
10.5 Sink X
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • O = Observations

11 - Interiors

11.1 Electrical X X
11.2 Ceiling Fans X
11.3 Floors, Walls, Ceilings X X
11.4 Smoke and CO alarms X
11.5 Stairs/Handrails/Guardrails X
11.6 Windows and Door X X
Floors, Walls, Ceilings: Wall material/covering
Smoke and CO alarms: Smoke / CO detectors
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • O = Observations
11.3.1 - Floors, Walls, Ceilings

Missing transition strip

There is no transition strip between the hardwood and tile in the foyer. A transition strip or grout should be installed to help prevent deterioration to the hardwood or tile.

Flooring Flooring Contractor
11.6.1 - Windows and Door


Blinds were damaged or not working properly.  The blind shows incomplete workmanship.  Reccomend repair by a qualified professional. 

Contractor Qualified Professional

12 - Bathrooms

12.1 Bathub X
12.2 Cabinets X
12.3 Electrical X
12.4 Exhaust Fan X
12.5 Flooring X
12.6 Shower X
12.7 Sink/countertop X X
12.8 Toilets X
12.9 Wall X
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • O = Observations
12.7.1 - Sink/countertop

Stopper issue

One or more sink stopper(s) mechanisms are missing, or need adjustment or repair. Stopper mechanisms should be installed where missing and/or repairs should be made so sink stoppers open and close easily.
Pipes Plumbing Contractor

13 - Laundry

13.1 General X X
General: Information
Washer and Dryer not inspected
General: The washer and drye not tested

The washer and dryer were not tested. It was made known to the inspector they are not included in sale of home. The inspector disclaims the wash machine and dryer. 

  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • O = Observations
13.1.1 - General

Foil-Plastic Duct

The clothes dryer is equipped with a vinyl or foil, accordion-type, flexible exhaust duct. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission considers these types of ducts to be unsafe, and a fire hazard. These types of ducts can trap lint and are susceptible to kinks or crushing, which can greatly reduce the air flow. This duct should be replaced with a rigid or corrugated semi-rigid metal duct, and by a qualified contractor if necessary. Most clothes dryer manufacturers specify the use of a rigid or corrugated semi-rigid metal duct.

Wash Appliance Repair

14 - Fireplace

14.1 General X
14.2 Flue and damper X X
14.3 Hearth X
14.4 Liner, Firebricks, Panels X
General: Chimney type
General: Fireplace type
Metal insert
General: Woodstove type
Metal insert
General: Disclaimer

Inspection of heating systems is limited to basic evaluation based on visual examination and operation using normal controls. Report comments are limited to identification of common requirements and deficiencies. Observed indications that further evaluation is needed will result in referral to a qualified heating, ventilating, and air-conditioning (HVAC) contractor.

Inspection of heating systems typically includes:

- system operation: confirmation of adequate response to the thermostat;

- proper location;

- proper system configuration;

- component condition

- exterior cabinet condition;

- fuel supply configuration and condition;

- combustion exhaust venting;

- air distribution components;

- proper condensation discharge; and

- temperature/pressure relief valve and discharge pipe: presence, condition, and configuration.

General: Fireplace pictures
Flue and damper: Clean Annually
All solid fuel burning appliances (woodstoves and fireplaces, etc.) should be inspected annually by a qualified chimney service contractor, cleaned and repaired as necessary.
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • O = Observations
14.2.1 - Flue and damper

Creosote visible

A significant amount of creosote (1/8 inch or more) is visible in the flue. A qualified chimney service contractor should inspect, clean, and repair if necessary now and annually in the future.
Fire Fireplace Contractor

15 - Garage

15.1 Interior-Exterior doors-Windows X
15.2 Electrical X
15.3 Floors, walls, Ceiling X
15.4 Vehicle door X
Floors, walls, Ceiling: Items Perimeter
There were items around the perimeter walls of the garage. Because of this areas of the walls(especially the base) can not be evaluated. The garage walls should be checked on the walk through or upon taking ownership.
  • IN = Inspected
  • NI = Not Inspected
  • NP = Not Present
  • O = Observations