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1234 Main St.
Aztec, NM 87410
05/22/2019 9:00AM

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Agent Name

Agency Name
158
Items Inspected
2
Maintenance or recommendation
14
Minor deficiency

1 - Inspection Details

In Attendance
No one
Occupancy
Vacant
Approximate Temperature
45 Farenhieght
Type of Building
Single Family 1-Story
Weather Conditions
Cloudy
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2 - Roof

Method of inspection:
Walked the roof
Primary roof-covering type:
Wood Shakes, EPDM (rubber) Membrane
Additional primary roof-covering types:
EPDM (rubber) Membrane
Drainage system description:
Roof sloped to internal roof drains
Chimney flue material:
Tile
Underlayment/Interlayment:
Mostly hidden from view
The roof style was:
Gable, Flat
Underlayment: 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.
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2.1.1 - Roof Structure Exterior

Roof overhang beam

Roof overhang beam is rotting due to paint coming off. Recommend having a qualified roofer or contractor look at to repair. 

Contractor Qualified Professional
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Comment
2.8.1 - Asphalt Composition Shingle

Exposed roof sheathing- QC

Wind damage had exposed roof sheathing to weather. This damage should be repaired as soon as possible to help prevent damage from moisture intrusion to the home materials, the roof structure and to prevent development of microbial growth such as mold. All work should be performed by a qualified contractor
Contractor Qualified Professional
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Comment
2.8.2 - Asphalt Composition Shingle

Loose/missing shingles- QC

The roof had loose and/or missing shingles. The Inspector recommends replacement of any loose or missing shingles by a qualified roofing contractor to avoid damage from moisture intrusion.
Contractor Qualified Professional

3 - Wall Exteriors

Exterior wall-covering Material
Brick
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Comment
3.2.1 - Window Exteriors

Peeling paint, wood

The wood windows had peeling paint and needed maintenance at the time of the inspection. Windows appeared to have suffered some damage from sun and moisture. Wood windows eventually operate poorly if wood is left exposed to sun and moisture. Repair of long-term neglect can be expensive. The Inspector recommends maintenance be performed by a qualified contractor.
Window Window Repair and Installation Contractor

4 - Exterior

Driveway Material:
Concrete
Walkway Materials:
Concrete
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Comment
4.1.1 - Driveway

Moderate heaving- QC

Moderate heaving visible in the driveway at the time of the inspection has created trip hazards that should be corrected by a qualified contractor.

Contractor Qualified Professional
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Comment
4.10.1 - Landscape Irrigation

Beyond the scope

The home was equipped with a landscape irrigation system. Inspection of irrigation systems lies beyond the scope of the General Home Inspection and the Inspector did not inspect the system. You may wish to have this system inspected by a qualified irrigation or landscape contractor. Remember to have the irrigation system winterized before weather cold enough to cause freeze damage arrives.
Yard scissors Landscaping Contractor

5 - Electrical

Electrical Service Conductors:
Underground service, 120/240 volt service
Service Panel Ampacity:
100 amps
Service Panel Type:
Load Center
Service Panel Manufacturer:
General Electric
Service Disconnect Location:
At Service Panel
Service Disconnect Type:
Breaker
Service Grounding Electrode:
Driven rod
Number of Sub-panels:
0
Sub-panel Manufacturer:
N/A
Wiring Methods:
Surface mounted distribution
Type of Branch Wiring:
Romex
Ground Fault Circuit Interruptor (GFCI) Protection:
YES
Arc Fault Circuit Interruptor (AFCI) Protection:
NO
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Comment
5.1.1 - Service Drop, Drip Loop, Splice and Attachment

Underground

Conductors supplying electricity to the home were buried underground.
Contractor Qualified Professional
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Comment
5.3.1 - Electric Meter

Meter OK

At the time of the inspection, the Inspector observed no deficiencies in the condition of the electric meter. Electric meters are installed by utility companies to measure home electrical consumption.
Contractor Qualified Professional
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Comment
5.14.1 - Exterior Electrical Receptacles

Did not respond

An exterior Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) electrical receptacle did not respond to the test button. The Inspector recommends replacement with a new GFCI receptacle by a qualified electrical contractor.

Electric Electrical Contractor
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Comment
5.15.1 - Conventional Electrical Receptacles (interior)

Hot/neutral reversed
Front hallway, hallway towards bedrooms, first bedroom( south side one), east side in first bedroom, office northside, wood floored bedroom, front room southside.

An electrical outlet had hot and neutral wires reversed. This condition should be corrected by a qualified electrical contractor.

Electric Electrical Contractor
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5.15.2 - Conventional Electrical Receptacles (interior)

Open ground- QC
Front room eastside, dinning room

An electrical receptacle in the home had an open ground. Other receptacles in the home were grounded. This condition should be corrected by qualified electrical contractor.

Contractor Qualified Professional

6 - Garage

Garage Vehicle Door Type:
Double
Number of Vehicle Doors:
1
Number of Automatic Openers:
1
Vehicle Door Automatic Reverse:
Installed and operating correctly, Photosensor installed correctly

7 - Interior

Walls and Ceilings:
Drywall
Floor Covering Materials:
Carpet, Tile, Wood
Interior Doors:
Hollow
Window Material:
Vinyl, Aluminum
Window Glazing:
Double-pane
Window Operation:
Single-hung, Sliding
Smoke/CO Detectors:
No Carbon monoxide detector installed, Additional smoke detectors recommended, Smoke detectors installed (battery type)
Central Vacuum System:
None installed
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Comment
7.1.1 - Floors

Poor installation
Near entry way

Wood floor transistion is missing. Poor coverings in the entry way exhibited evidence of poor installation practices at the time of the inspection.

Contractor Qualified Professional

8 - Plumbing

Water Supply Source:
Public Water Supply
Main Water Supply Pipe:
Galvanized Steel
Water Distribution Pipes:
1/2-inch and 3/4-inch copper
Distribution Pipe Bonding:
Pipes were bonded
Sewage System Type:
Public
Drain Waste and Vent Pipe Materials:
Cast Iron
Water Heater Manufacturer
Bradford White
Water Heater Fuel Type
Gas
Water Heater Type
Tank (conventional)
Water Heater Tank Capacity
50 gallons
Gas Pipe Material:
Black Steel
Sump Pump:
None installed
Sewage Ejector:
None installed
Fire Suppression:
None installed
Date of Manufacture
2009
Type of Gas:
Natural Gas
Water Treatment Systems/Filters:
Kitchen faucet filter (not inspected), Reverse Osmosis (not inspected)

9 - Heating

Heating System Type:
Gas-fired Furnace (medium efficiency), Forced-air distribution, Fireplace insert
Energy Source:
Natural gas
Number of Heat Systems (excluding wood):
Two
Heating/Cooling Ducts:
Insulated
Air Filter:
N/A
Filter Size:
18x20
Heating System Brand:
Rheem

10 - Cooling

Cooling Equipment Energy Source:
Gas
Number of cooling systems (excluding window AC)
One, Two
Cooling System Type:
Split System (indoor and outdoor components
Cooling System Manufacturer:
Rheem

11 - Bathrooms

Exhaust Fans
Fan only

12 - Structure

Foundation Configuration:
Crawlspace
Foundation Method/Materials:
Poured concrete footings, Poured concrete foundation walls
Method used to Inspect Crawlspace:
Inspector entered the crawlspace
Main Floor Structure:
Oriented strand board (OSB) sheathing over wood joists
Main Floor Structure- Perimeter Bearing:
Rests on top of foundation wall
Main Floor Structure- Intermediate Support:
Built-up girder
Exterior Wall Structures:
Brick over Wood Frame
Typical Ceiling Structure:
Not visible, Vaulted Ceilings
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Comment
12.2.1 - Floor Structure

Localized decay- leaks fixed

The floor joists had areas of localized advanced decay that appeared to be connected with plumbing fixture leakage. At the time of the inspection, no moisture showed in the framing at these areas, indicating that leaking plumbing fixtures have been repaired.

Contractor Qualified Professional
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Comment
12.3.1 - Foundation

Moderate, not thru-wall- SE/QC

Moderate cracking was visible in the poured concrete foundation wall. Cracking did not appear to be continuous through the wall. Determining the cause of cracking lies beyond the scope of the General Home Inspection. The Inspector recommends that you have this condition evaluated by a qualified foundation repair contractor or structural engineer to determine the cause of cracking and the likelihood of continued damage and to discuss options and costs for stabilization.
Contractor Qualified Professional

13 - Kitchen and Built-in Appliances

Cabinets:
Solid Wood
Countertop Material:
Tiled
Range/Oven Brand:
Maytag
Range Hood:
Vents to exterior
Dishwasher brand:
Maytag
Dishwasher Anti-siphon method:
Air gap installed
Refridgerator Brand:
Frigidaire
Refrigerator Opening Width
Unknown
Refrigerator Opening Height
Unknown
Cooktop:
Gas
Range:
Gas
Dishwasher:
Present, Inspected
Garbage Disposal brand:
Kenmore
Refrigerator:
Inspected
Trash Compactor Brand:
Maytag
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13.9.1 - Cabinets

Damaged tiles- QC

The kitchen countertops had damaged tiles. The Inspector recommends repair by a qualified contractor. If matching tiles are no longer available the countertop may need to be re-tiled, which will be expensive.
Contractor Qualified Professional

14 - Laundry Room

Dryer Power:
Electric
Dryer Vent:
Ribbed foil
Dryer 240-volt electrical receptacle:
Modern 4-prong
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14.1.1 - Floors

Poorly installed

Floor tiles in the laundry room were poorly installed.
Contractor Qualified Professional

15 - Attic

Attic inspected from:
No attic
Attic thermal insulation material:
N/A
Approximate attic thermal insulation depth:
Unknown
Roof Structure Ventilation:
Unknown
Roof structure ventilation device type:
None
Roof Framing Type:
Conventional Framing
Roof Sheathing Material:
Plywood

16 - Thermal Imaging

Thermal Imaging:
None

The thermal imaging camera is a tool I use in performing the General Home Inspection. Its use does not constituent a full thermographic inspection. Thermal imaging cameras detect radiation in the infrared spectrum, showing differences in temperature. Their ability to detect defects or deficiencies varies with conditions. Conditions identified by thermal imaging may need to be confirmed using other means, possibly including invasive methods, which would require the permission of the homeowner.
The Inspector is not liable in any way for any damage or any loss relating to the use of thermal imaging equipment during the inspection or the quality/accuracy of information provided by thermal images included in the report.

17 - Radon Gas Testing

Method
Not tested
Monitor Location
N/A
Measurement Interval
0
Start Time
0 Time
Date Placed
04/11/2019
End Time
0 24 Hour Time
Date Retrieved
04/11/2019
Elapsed Time
0
Monitor Model Number
0

1028

Monitor Serial Number
0
None

Test Results not inspected.