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Residential Report CoverOur Home Report & Reference Book gives a detailed account of the physical condition, functional aspects of systems, and safety concerns within a home. It is based on a comprehensive evaluation of 12 specific categories. As each category is visually inspected, specific items will be addressed in the report. Click here to see sample detail pages of the report.

Commercial Report Cover.Our Commercial Inspection Report is a narrative report covering a minimun of 8 sections and includes photos of deficiencies. We follow the Commercial Standards of Practice. Click here for more information on our commercial reports.

This inspection report organizes information into these 12 major categories:

1) Grounds - The physical grounds surrounding the home including grading, driveways, sidewalks, decks, porches, and vegetation are observed for general condition and safety. Improper grading can adversely affect the home due to water damage or potential for wood destroying organisms.
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2) Exterior - The report will include assessment of exterior walls, stairs, windows, condition of paint, general structural integrity of the chimney including the top of the chimney, and pitch and condition of the gutters. The report will reflect the ability of the home to keep weather out for maximum protection of the house from the elements.
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3) Roof - The roof is evaluated for general appearance, condition, structural integrity and safety. If possible, the present condition of the roofing material will be evaluated.
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4) Garage - The garage is mainly inspected for safety. The garage door operators are tested for reversing capabilities. Cautions are addressed for carbon monoxide (CO) gases and storage of flamable liquids and hazardous materials. The garage is evaluated for structural integrity and the electrical components are evaluated for electrical safety.
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5) Foundation - The inspector will observe and evaluate the condition of the basement floor, walls, lally columns, girders, and floor structure. Concerns or deficiencies will be noted on the report and discussed with the client.
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6) Plumbing - Plumbing systems throughout the home will be reviewed. The inspector will comment on the ability to distribute hot and cold water and collection and disposal of waste water. An attempt will be made to quantify the adequacy of hot water supply to the home.
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7) Heating/Cooling - The inspector will inspect the main components of the heating /cooling systems of the house in accordance with the standards of practice. Our main concern is safety of the system.
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8) Electrical - The electrical service, main panel, and wiring in the home will be evaluated. The electrical panel will be evaluated by observing electrical connections and over-current protection devices. The report will specify any concerns of fire safety and human safety.
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9) Interior - The interior floors, walls, ceiling, doors and windows are evaluated for condition and operation. During the inspection, a representative sample of doors, windows, and electrical outlets will be tested. The condition of the fireplace(s) will be observed and evaluated for proper operational and fire safety.

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10) Kitchen - Items checked include kitchen plumbing in the kitchen sink, disposal, dishwasher, ground fault circuit interupters, range, refrigerator, hood, fans, and cabinets. Appliances are checked for functionality. Kitchen floors, walls and ceilings are included in the Interior Section.

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11) Bathrooms - Plumbing appliances are checked for functionality and general condition in the visible and accessible areas. Proper caulking in tub and shower areas is checked to avoid water damage. Adequacy of ventilation and safety of electrical outlets is also checked.

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12) Attic - The attic is inspected for adequacy of ventilation, insulation, and evidence of weather penetration.

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NOTE: The most significant problems of a home are caused by water penetration causing rot and support of wood destroying pests and molds.
 
 
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