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Home Inspection Report
prepared exclusively for
Homer Buyer
Property Address:
103 New House Lane
Virginia Beach VA
Ken Melton's Homebuyer Inspections
Ken Melton
757-717-6098
Table of Contents
Cover Page.................................................................................................... 0
Table of Contents .......................................................................................... 0
Intro Page ...................................................................................................... 0
1 APPLIANCES ............................................................................................. 4
2 PLUMBING SYSTEM ................................................................................. 5
3 INTERIORS ................................................................................................ 7
4 FIREPLACES AND SOLID FUEL BURNING DEVICES ............................ 8
5 EXTERIOR ................................................................................................. 9
6 ROOFING,FLASHINGS, CHIMNEYS, ROOF STRUCTURE AND ATTIC11
7 HEAT PUMP (heats and cools) ................................................................ 13
8 ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS ......................................................................... 14
9 INSULATION & VENTILATION ................................................................ 16
10 STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS, CRAWL SPACES & BASEMENTS ... 17
11 GARAGE ................................................................................................ 18
Summary ....................................................................................................... 0
Invoice ........................................................................................................... 0
Date: 6/24/2010
Time: 02:45 PM
Report ID: 06242010 Buyer
Property:
103 New House Lane
Virginia Beach VA
Customer:
Homer Buyer
Real Estate Professional:
John Seller
Realty Max
THIS REPORT IS THE PROPERTY OF KEN MELTON'S HOMEBUYER INSPECTIONS AND THE CLIENT(S) AND IS
VALID FOR THE DATE OF THE INSPECTION ONLY. COPIES OF THIS INSPECTION REPORT ARE DISTRIBUTED TO
OTHER PARTIES AS A COURTESY AND SHALL NOT BE USED FOR ANY FUTURE TRANSACTIONS ON THIS
PROPERTY.
Comment Key or Definitions
The following definitions of comment descriptions represent this inspection report. All comments by the inspector
should be considered before purchasing this home. Any recommendations by the inspector to repair or replace
suggests a second opinion or further inspection by a qualified contractor. All costs associated with further
inspection fees and repair or replacement of item, component or unit should be considered before you purchase
the property.
• Inspected = The item, component or unit was observed and / or operated, appeared to be performing the
function for which it was designed, and no visual deficiencies were noted with exception to normal wear
and tear.
• Not Inspected = I did not inspect this item, component or unit and made no representations of whether or
not it was functioning as intended and will state a reason for not inspecting.
• Partial Evaluation Only = I could not perform a complete inspection of this item, component or unit and
made no representations of whether or not it was functioning as intended. I will state a reason for not
performing a complete inspection and any appropriate recommendations.
• Not Present = This item, component or unit is not in this home or building.
• Evaluate / Service Repair = The item, component or unit was inspected and is not functioning as intended
and needs further inspection / repair / replacement by a qualified contractor. Items, components or units
that can be repaired to satisfactory condition may not need replacement.
• Evaluate / Maintenance Repair = is not functioning as intended and needs repair. These repairs can often
be accomplished by a good handyman or skilled homeowner.
• For Your Information = The home inspector reserves this comment to provide information to you about
items, components or units in the home. He also may make suggestions that improve the appearance,
functionality, and safety of the home.
Age Of Home:
Client Is Present:
Weather:
Reported to be built in 1994
Yes
Clear, Hot and Humid
Temperature (degrees farenheit):
90-100
1. APPLIANCES
The Home Inspector as a professional courtesy will at the request of the client observe and
operate the basic functions of the built in appliances.
The Home Inspector as a professional courtesy will at the request of the client observe and operate the basic functions of the built in appliances.
GENERAL INFORMATION
RANGE:
KITCHEN VENTILATION:
DISHWASHER:
ELECTRIC
EXHAUST HOOD
BUILT-IN
RECIRCULATOR
GARBAGE DISPOSAL:
CONTINUOUS FEED
INSPECTION ITEMS
1.0 RANGES/OVENS/COOKTOPS
Inspected
1.1 KITCHEN VENTILATION
Inspected
1.2 DISHWASHER
See Comments Below
Dishwasher did not operate when tested. Have corrected by a qualified person.
1.3 FOOD WASTE DISPOSER
Inspected
2. PLUMBING SYSTEM
The home inspector shall observe: Interior water supply and distribution system, including: piping materials, supports, and insulation; fixtures and faucets;
functional flow; leaks; and cross connections; Interior drain, waste, and vent system, including: traps; drain, waste, and vent piping; piping supports and pipe
insulation; leaks; and functional drainage; Hot water systems including: water heating equipment; normal operating controls; automatic safety controls; and
chimneys, flues, and vents; Fuel storage and distribution systems including: interior fuel storage equipment, supply piping, venting, and supports; leaks; and
Sump pumps. The home inspector shall describe: Water supply and distribution piping materials; Drain, waste, and vent piping materials; Water heating
equipment; and Location of main water supply shutoff device. The home inspector shall operate all plumbing fixtures, including their faucets and all exterior
faucets attached to the house, except where the flow end of the faucet is connected to an appliance. The home inspector is not required to: State the
effectiveness of anti-siphon devices; Determine whether water supply and waste disposal systems are public or private; Operate automatic safety controls;
Operate any valve except water closet flush valves, fixture faucets, and hose faucets; Observe: Water conditioning systems; Fire and lawn sprinkler
systems; On-site water supply quantity and quality; On-site waste disposal systems; Foundation irrigation systems; Spas, except as to functional flow and
functional drainage; Swimming pools; Solar water heating equipment; or Observe the system for proper sizing, design, or use of proper materials.
GENERAL INFORMATION
WATER SOURCE:
MAIN WATER SHUT-OFF LOCATION:
PLUMBING SUPPLY:
PUBLIC
WATER METER
POLYBUTYLENE
EXPOSED PLUMBING DISTRIBUTION:
PLUMBING VENT & WASTE:
WATER HEATER:
POLYBUTYLENE
PVC
ELECTRIC
50 GALLON
15 YEARS OLD
INSPECTION ITEMS
2.0 WATER SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS
See Comments Below
2.1 DRAIN, WASTE AND VENT SYSTEMS
Inspected
2.2 FIXTURES ( includes bath, laundry,kitchen, hose bibs, etc.)
See Comments Below
(1) Faucet for tub in hall bath diverter leaks by and has low water pressure from shower head. Minor repairs are needed.
Recommend repair as necessary by a qualified person
2.2 Picture 1
(2) Shower stall is cracked at Master Bath. Repairs are need to prevent damage / further damage to the floor.
Recommend repair as necessary by a qualified person.
2.2 Picture 2
2.3 HOT WATER SYSTEMS, CONTROLS, CHIMNEYS, FLUES AND VENTS
Inspected
3. INTERIORS
GENERAL INFORMATION
LIMITATIONS TO INSPECTION OF THE INTERIOR:
NONE - HOUSE IS VACANT
INSPECTION ITEMS
3.0 CEILINGS & WALLS
Inspected
3.1 FLOORS
Inspected
3.2 COUNTERS AND A REPRESENTATIVE NUMBER OF CABINETS
See Comments Below
Drawer is missing (left of stove). Recommend repair or replace as necessary.
3.2 Picture 1
3.3 DOORS (REPRESENTATIVE NUMBER)
See Comments Below
Doors are not undercut and drag carpet throughout. Additionally, this affects air returning back to the HVAC central
return. Several doors stick.
3.3 Picture 1
3.4 WINDOWS (REPRESENTATIVE NUMBER)
Inspected
4. FIREPLACES AND SOLID FUEL BURNING DEVICES
The home inspector shall observe chimneys, flues, and vents, where readily visible and solid fuel heating devices. The home inspector shall describe:
Energy source; and equipment type. The home inspector shall open readily openable access panels provided by the manufacturer or installer for routine
homeowner maintenance. The home inspector is not required to: Operate automatic safety controls; Ignite or extinguish solid fuel fires; or Observe: The
interior of flues; Fireplace insert flue connections.
GENERAL INFORMATION
FIREPLACES / SOLID FUEL BURNING DEVICE TYPE:
CHIMNEY TYPE:
PREFABRICATED
METAL CHIMNEY LINER
INSPECTION ITEMS
4.0 FIREPLACES / WOODSTOVE'S / GAS LOGS
Inspected
4.1 CHIMNEYS, FLUES AND VENTS
Inspected
5. EXTERIOR
The home inspector shall observe: Wall cladding, flashings, and trim; Entryway doors and a representative number of windows; Garage door operators;
Decks, balconies, stoops, steps, areaways, porches and applicable railings; Eaves, soffits, and fascias; and Vegetation, grading, drainage, driveways,
patios, walkways, and retaining walls with respect to their effect on the condition of the building. The home inspector shall: Describe wall cladding materials;
Operate all entryway doors and a representative number of windows; Operate garage doors manually or by using permanently installed controls for any
garage door operator; Report whether or not any garage door operator will automatically reverse or stop when meeting reasonable resistance during
closing; and Probe exterior wood components where deterioration is suspected. The home inspector is not required to observe: Storm windows, storm
doors, screening, shutters, awnings, and similar seasonal accessories; Fences; Presence of safety glazing in doors and windows; Garage door operator
remote control transmitters; Geological conditions; Soil conditions; Recreational facilities (including spas, saunas, steam baths, swimming pools, tennis
courts, playground equipment, and other exercise, entertainment, or athletic facilities); Detached buildings or structures; or Presence or condition of buried
fuel storage tanks. The home inspector is not required to: Move personal items, panels, furniture, equipment, plant life, soil, snow, ice or debris that
obstructs access or visibility.
GENERAL INFORMATION
SIDING MATERIAL:
ATTACHED EXTERIOR STRUCTURES:
PATIOS & WALKWAYS:
VINYL
COVERED PORCH
CONCRETE
DRIVEWAYS:
CONCRETE
INSPECTION ITEMS
5.0
WALL CLADDING (siding)
See Comments Below
Siding has minor wear and tear which is generally cosmetic in nature. No action required.
5.1 EAVES, SOFFITS, FASCIAS AND TRIM
See Comments Below
Aluminum trim at fascia at right side (facing front) of home is loose. Deterioration may occur if not corrected. Have
corrected by a qualified person.
5.1 Picture 1
5.2 EXTERIOR DOORS (excluding storm doors)
Inspected
5.3 WINDOWS
Inspected
5.4 DECKS, BALCONIES, STOOPS, STEPS, AREAWAYS, PORCHES AND APPLICABLE RAILINGS
See Comments Below
Decking on Deck at rear of home warped, and needs repair or replace. A fall or injury can occur if not corrected.
Recommend repair or replace by a qualified person.
5.4 Picture 1
5.5
VEGETATION, GRADING, DRAINAGE, DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, WALKWAYS AND RETAINING WALLS (With
respect to their effect on the condition of the building)
See Comments Below
Tree limbs that are in contact with roof or hanging near roof should be trimmed.
5.5 Picture 1
6. ROOFING,FLASHINGS, CHIMNEYS, ROOF STRUCTURE AND ATTIC
The home inspector shall observe: Roof covering; Roof drainage systems; Flashings; Skylights, chimneys, and roof penetrations; and Signs of' leaks or
abnormal condensation on building components. The home inspector shall: Describe the type of roof covering materials; and Report the methods used to
observe the roofing. The home inspector is not required to: Walk on the roofing; or Observe attached accessories including but not limited to solar systems,
antennae, and lightning arrestors.
GENERAL INFORMATION
ROOF INSPECTION BY::
ROOF COVERING TYPE(S):
CHIMNEY (exterior):
WALKED ROOF
3-TAB COMPOSITION SHINGLE
VINYL SIDING
NORMAL WEAR FOR AGE
METAL CAP
Extra Info : Roughly 5 years left in roof
ROOF STRUCTURE:
ROOF DRAINAGE:
ENGINERED WOOD TRUSSES
GUTTERS AND DOWNSPOUTS
INSPECTION ITEMS
6.0 ROOF COVERINGS
See Comments Below
Shingle(s) damaged at front of home. Repairs are required to prevent damage/further damage to the roof structure.
Recommend repair or replace by a qualified person
6.0 Picture 1
6.1 FLASHINGS
Inspected
6.2 SKYLIGHTS, CHIMNEYS AND ROOF PENETRATIONS
See Comments Below
6.0 Picture 2
(1) Plumbing vent pipe(s) (through roof) has a flashing boot that is deteriorated and requires replacement on rear of
home. This area can leak if not corrected. Recommend repair or replace by a qualified person.
6.2 Picture 1
(2) Metal cover on top of on chimney chase is rusted. Deterioration may occur if not corrected. Recommend prep prime
and paint.
6.2 Picture 2
6.3 ROOFING DRAINAGE SYSTEMS
Inspected
6.4 ROOF STRUCTURE & ATTIC
Inspected
6.5 ATTIC ACCESS
Inspected
7. HEAT PUMP (heats and cools)
GENERAL INFORMATION
HEAT PUMP (HEATING AND COOLING ) / ZONE:
OUTDOOR UNIT:
INDOOR UNIT:
HEAT PUMP
NEW
5 YEARS OLD
POWER SOURCE - ELECTRIC
2 TON
2 TON
BACKUP HEAT SOURCE - ELECTRIC
AIR TO AIR
HEAT PUMP DISTRIBUTION:
FILTER LOCATIONS / SIZES:
DUCTWORK AND REGISTERS
14" x 20"
INSULATED
INSPECTION ITEMS
7.0 HEAT PUMP EQUIPMENT
See Comments Below
Ambient air test was performed by using thermometers to test the Heat pump in cool mode to determine if the difference
in temperatures of the supply and return air are between 14 degrees and 22 degrees which indicates unit is cooling as
intended. The supply air temperature on your system read 72 degrees, and the return air temperature was 82 degrees.
This indicates that the unit is not cooling properly and a licensed Heat/Air contractor should inspect for cause or
problem. Note: The freon line is not getting cold and sweaty as it should be.
7.1 NORMAL OPERATING CONTROLS
See Comments Below
Thermostat is damaged. Recommend repair or replace by a licensed HVAC Contractor.
7.1 Picture 1
7.2 DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS (including fans, pumps, ducts and piping, with supports, insulation, air filters,
registers, radiators, fan coil units and convectors)
Inspected
7.3 PRESENCE OF INSTALLED HEATING / COOLING SOURCE IN EACH ROOM
Inspected
8. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
The home inspector shall observe: Service entrance conductors; Service equipment, grounding equipment, main over current device, and main and
distribution panels; Amperage and voltage ratings of the service; Branch circuit conductors, their over current devices, and the compatibility of their
ampacities and voltages; The operation of a representative number of installed ceiling fans, lighting fixtures, switches and receptacles located inside the
house, garage, and on the dwelling's exterior walls; The polarity and grounding of all receptacles within six feet of interior plumbing fixtures, and all
receptacles in the garage or carport, and on the exterior of inspected structures; The operation of ground fault circuit interrupters; and Smoke detectors. The
home inspector shall describe: Service amperage and voltage; Service entry conductor materials; Service type as being overhead or underground; and
Location of main and distribution panels. The home inspector shall report any observed aluminum branch circuit wiring. The home inspector shall report on
presence or absence of smoke detectors, and operate their test function, if accessible, except when detectors are part of a central system. The home
inspector is not required to: Insert any tool, probe, or testing device inside the panels; Test or operate any over current device except ground fault circuit
interrupters; Dismantle any electrical device or control other than to remove the covers of the main and auxiliary distribution panels; or Observe: Low
voltage systems; Security system devices, heat detectors, or carbon monoxide detectors; Telephone, security, cable TV, intercoms, or other ancillary wiring
that is not a part of the primary electrical distribution system; or Built-in vacuum equipment.
GENERAL INFORMATION
ELECTRICAL SERVICE CONDUCTORS:
MAIN ELECTRICAL PANEL:
BRANCH WIRE 15 and 20 AMP:
BELOW GROUND
150 AMP
COPPER
ALUMINUM
CIRCUIT BREAKERS
220 VOLTS
GARAGE
WIRING METHODS:
OUTLET TYPES:
GFCI LOCATIONS:
NM (non-metallic sheathing) Grounded
3 PRONG
BATHS
KITCHEN
GARAGE
OUTSIDE
SMOKE DETECTOR LOCATIONS:
HALL
INSPECTION ITEMS
8.0 SERVICE ENTRANCE CONDUCTORS
Inspected
8.1 SERVICE AND GROUNDING EQUIPMENT, MAIN AND BRANCH CIRCUIT OVERCURRENT DEVICES, MAIN AND
DISTRIBUTION PANELS
Inspected
8.2 BRANCH CIRCUIT CONDUCTORS (wiring)
Inspected
8.3 CONNECTED DEVICES AND FIXTURES (Observed from a representative number operation of ceiling fans,
lighting fixtures, switches and receptacles located inside the house, garage, and on the dwelling's exterior
walls)
See Comments Below
(1) Outlet and switch covers missing in bedroom and attic. Damaged outlet in the hall. Shock hazard. Have corrected by
a qualified person.
8.3 Picture 1
(2) Wall switch is worn out (intermittent operation) at hall bath. Replacement is likely. Have corrected by a qualified
person.
8.4 OPERATION OF GFCI (GROUND FAULT CIRCUIT INTERRUPTERS)
Inspected
8.5
PRESENCE OF SMOKE DETECTORS
See Comments Below
Smoke detectors are recommended on each level and all bedrooms.Recommend new smoke detectors.
9. INSULATION & VENTILATION
GENERAL INFORMATION
ATTIC VENTILATION:
ATTIC INSULATION:
BATHROOM VENTILATION:
PASSIVE
LOOSE FILL
FANS
THERMOSTATICALLY CONTROLLED FAN
INSUL-SAFE
GOOD
LAUNDRY VENTILATION:
VENTS OUTSIDE
INSPECTION ITEMS
9.0 INSULATION IN ATTIC
Inspected
9.1 VENTILATION OF ATTIC
Inspected
9.2 VENTING SYSTEMS
See Comments Below
The dryer vent is damaged. Replacement is necessary.
9.2 Picture 1
10. STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS, CRAWL SPACES & BASEMENTS
The Home Inspector shall observe structural components including foundations, floors, walls, columns or piers, ceilings and roof. The home inspector shall
describe the type of Foundation, floor structure, wall structure, columns or piers, ceiling structure, roof structure. The home inspector shall: Probe structural
components where deterioration is suspected; Enter under floor crawl spaces, basements, and attic spaces except when access is obstructed, when entry
could damage the property, or when dangerous or adverse situations are suspected; Report the methods used to observe under floor crawl spaces and
attics; and Report signs of abnormal or harmful water penetration into the building or signs of abnormal or harmful condensation on building components.
The home inspector is not required to: Enter any area or perform any procedure that may damage the property or its components or be dangerous to or
adversely effect the health of the home inspector or other persons.
GENERAL INFORMATION
FOUNDATION:
FLOOR STRUCTURE:
WALL STRUCTURE:
CONCRETE SLAB
CONCRETE SLAB
WOOD FRAMING
2 X 4 WOOD
INSPECTION ITEMS
10.0 STRUCTURAL COMPONENTS
Inspected
11. GARAGE
GENERAL INFORMATION
GARAGE DOOR OPENER:
GARAGE CEILING:
GARAGE WALL:
AUTOMATIC
SHEETROCK
SHEETROCK
AUTO REVERSE - YES
REVERSES BY SENSORS
GARAGE FLOOR:
ENTRANCE DOORS:
CONCRETE
METAL
INSPECTION ITEMS
11.0 GARAGE DOOR OPERATORS
Inspected
11.1 GARAGE CEILINGS & WALLS
Inspected
11.2 GARAGE FLOOR
Inspected
11.3 OCCUPANT DOOR FROM GARAGE TO INSIDE HOME
Inspected
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Summary
Ken Melton's Homebuyer Inspections
757-717-6098
Customer
Homer Buyer
Address
103 New House Lane
Virginia Beach VA
THIS SUMMARY REPORT IS THE PROPERTY OF KEN MELTON'S HOMEBUYER INSPECTIONS AND THE CLIENT(S)
AND IS VALID FOR THE DATE OF THE INSPECTION ONLY. COPIES OF THIS INSPECTION SUMMARY REPORT ARE
DISTRIBUTED TO OTHER PARTIES AS A COURTESY AND SHALL NOT BE USED FOR ANY FUTURE
TRANSACTIONS ON THIS PROPERTY.
This Summary is not the entire report. The complete report may include additional information of concern to the
customer. It is recommended that the customer read the complete report.
1. APPLIANCES
EVALUATE / MAINTENANCE REPAIR
1.2 DISHWASHER
See Comments Below
Dishwasher did not operate when tested. Have corrected by a qualified person.
2. PLUMBING SYSTEM
EVALUATE / MAINTENANCE REPAIR
2.2 FIXTURES ( includes bath, laundry,kitchen, hose bibs, etc.)
See Comments Below
(1) Faucet for tub in hall bath diverter leaks by and has low water pressure from shower head. Minor repairs are needed.
Recommend repair as necessary by a qualified person
2.2 Picture 1
(2) Shower stall is cracked at Master Bath. Repairs are need to prevent damage / further damage to the floor.
Recommend repair as necessary by a qualified person.
2.2 Picture 2
3. INTERIORS
EVALUATE / MAINTENANCE REPAIR
3.2 COUNTERS AND A REPRESENTATIVE NUMBER OF CABINETS
See Comments Below
Drawer is missing (left of stove). Recommend repair or replace as necessary.
3.2 Picture 1
3.3 DOORS (REPRESENTATIVE NUMBER)
See Comments Below
Doors are not undercut and drag carpet throughout. Additionally, this affects air returning back to the HVAC central
return. Several doors stick.
3.3 Picture 1
5. EXTERIOR
EVALUATE / MAINTENANCE REPAIR
5.1 EAVES, SOFFITS, FASCIAS AND TRIM
See Comments Below
Aluminum trim at fascia at right side (facing front) of home is loose. Deterioration may occur if not corrected. Have
corrected by a qualified person.
5.1 Picture 1
5.4 DECKS, BALCONIES, STOOPS, STEPS, AREAWAYS, PORCHES AND APPLICABLE RAILINGS
See Comments Below
Decking on Deck at rear of home warped, and needs repair or replace. A fall or injury can occur if not corrected.
Recommend repair or replace by a qualified person.
5.4 Picture 1
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
5.0 WALL CLADDING (siding)
See Comments Below
Siding has minor wear and tear which is generally cosmetic in nature. No action required.
5.5 VEGETATION, GRADING, DRAINAGE, DRIVEWAYS, PATIOS, WALKWAYS AND RETAINING WALLS (With
respect to their effect on the condition of the building)
See Comments Below
Tree limbs that are in contact with roof or hanging near roof should be trimmed.
5.5 Picture 1
6. ROOFING,FLASHINGS, CHIMNEYS, ROOF STRUCTURE AND ATTIC
EVALUATE / MAINTENANCE REPAIR
6.0 ROOF COVERINGS
See Comments Below
Shingle(s) damaged at front of home. Repairs are required to prevent damage/further damage to the roof structure.
Recommend repair or replace by a qualified person
6.0 Picture 1
6.0 Picture 2
6.2 SKYLIGHTS, CHIMNEYS AND ROOF PENETRATIONS
See Comments Below
(1) Plumbing vent pipe(s) (through roof) has a flashing boot that is deteriorated and requires replacement on rear of
home. This area can leak if not corrected. Recommend repair or replace by a qualified person.
6.2 Picture 1
(2) Metal cover on top of on chimney chase is rusted. Deterioration may occur if not corrected. Recommend prep prime
and paint.
6.2 Picture 2
7. HEAT PUMP (heats and cools)
EVALUATE / SERVICE REPAIR
7.0 HEAT PUMP EQUIPMENT
See Comments Below
Ambient air test was performed by using thermometers to test the Heat pump in cool mode to determine if the difference
in temperatures of the supply and return air are between 14 degrees and 22 degrees which indicates unit is cooling as
intended. The supply air temperature on your system read 72 degrees, and the return air temperature was 82 degrees.
This indicates that the unit is not cooling properly and a licensed Heat/Air contractor should inspect for cause or
problem. Note: The freon line is not getting cold and sweaty as it should be.
EVALUATE / MAINTENANCE REPAIR
7.1 NORMAL OPERATING CONTROLS
See Comments Below
Thermostat is damaged. Recommend repair or replace by a licensed HVAC Contractor.
7.1 Picture 1
8. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS
EVALUATE / MAINTENANCE REPAIR
8.3 CONNECTED DEVICES AND FIXTURES (Observed from a representative number operation of ceiling fans,
lighting fixtures, switches and receptacles located inside the house, garage, and on the dwelling's exterior
walls)
See Comments Below
(1) Outlet and switch covers missing in bedroom and attic. Damaged outlet in the hall. Shock hazard. Have corrected by
a qualified person.
8.3 Picture 1
(2) Wall switch is worn out (intermittent operation) at hall bath. Replacement is likely. Have corrected by a qualified
person.
FOR YOUR INFORMATION
8.5 PRESENCE OF SMOKE DETECTORS
See Comments Below
Smoke detectors are recommended on each level and all bedrooms.Recommend new smoke detectors.
9. INSULATION & VENTILATION
EVALUATE / MAINTENANCE REPAIR
9.2 VENTING SYSTEMS
See Comments Below
The dryer vent is damaged. Replacement is necessary.
9.2 Picture 1
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INVOICE
Ken Melton's Homebuyer Inspections
757-717-6098
Inspected By: Ken Melton
Customer Info:
Homer Buyer
Inspection Date: 6/24/2010
Report ID: 06242010 Buyer
Inspection Property:
103 New House Lane
Virginia Beach VA
Customer's Real Estate Professional:
John Seller
Realty Max
Inspection Fee:
Service
Total Square Feet 1000 - 1499
Price
Amount
Sub-Total
265.00
1
265.00
Tax $0.00
Total Price $265.00
Payment Method: At Inspection
Payment Status: Paid In Full
Note:
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