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1 [Type text] TREC # PROPERTY INSPECTION REPORT Prepared For: Concerning: Mr. & Mrs. Homeowner (Name of Client) 1644 South Main St., Anywhere, TX (Address or Other Identification of Inspected Property) By: James Newell TREC License #20467 Today (Name and License Number of Inspector) (Date) (Name, License Number and Signature of Sponsoring Inspector, if required) This property inspection report may include an inspection agreement (contract), addenda, and other information related to property conditions. If any item or comment is unclear, you should ask the inspector to clarify the findings. It is important that you carefully read ALL of this information. This inspection is subject to the rules ( Rules ) of the Texas Real Estate Commission ( TREC ), which can be found at The TREC Standards of Practice (Sections of the Rules) are the minimum standards for inspections by TREClicensed inspectors. An inspection addresses only those components and conditions that are present, visible, and accessible at the time of the inspection. While there may be other parts, components or systems present, only those items specifically noted as being inspected were inspected. The inspector is not required to move furnishings or stored items. The inspection report may address issues that are code-based or may refer to a particular code; however, this is NOT a code compliance inspection and does NOT verify compliance with manufacturer s installation instructions. The inspection does NOT imply insurability or warrantability of the structure or its components. Although some safety issues may be addressed in this report, this inspection is NOT a safety/code inspection, and the inspector is NOT required to identify all potential hazards. In this report, the inspector will note which systems and components were Inspected (I), Not Inspected (NI), Not Present (NP), and/or Deficient (D). General deficiencies include inoperability, material distress, water penetration, damage, deterioration, missing parts, and unsuitable installation. Comments may be provided by the inspector whether or not an item is deemed deficient. The inspector is not required to prioritize or emphasize the importance of one deficiency over another. Some items reported as Deficient may be considered life-safety upgrades to the property. For more information, refer to Texas Real Estate Consumer Notice Concerning Recognized Hazards, form OP-I. This property inspection is not an exhaustive inspection of the structure, systems, or components. The inspection may not reveal all deficiencies. A real estate inspection helps to reduce some of the risk involved in purchasing a home, but it cannot eliminate these risks, nor can the inspection anticipate future events or changes in performance due to changes in use or occupancy. It is recommended that you obtain as much information as is available about this property, including any seller s disclosures, previous inspection reports, engineering reports, building/remodeling permits, and reports performed for or by relocation companies, municipal inspection departments, lenders, insurers, and appraisers. You should also attempt to determine whether repairs, Promulgated by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) P.O. Box 12188, Austin, TX , or (512) (http://www.trec.state.tx.us). REI 7A-1 Page 1 of 16

2 [Type text] renovation, remodeling, additions, or other such activities have taken place at this property. It is not the inspector s responsibility to confirm that information obtained from these sources is complete or accurate or that this inspection is consistent with the opinions expressed in previous or future reports. Items identified in the report do not obligate any party to make repairs or take other action, nor is the purchaser required to request that the seller take any action. When a deficiency is reported, it is the client s responsibility to obtain further evaluations and/or cost estimates from qualified service professionals. Any such follow-up should take place prior to the expiration of any time limitations such as option periods. Evaluations by qualified tradesmen may lead to the discovery of additional deficiencies which may involve additional repair costs. Failure to address deficiencies or comments noted in this report may lead to further damage of the structure or systems and add to the original repair costs. The inspector is not required to provide follow-up services to verify that proper repairs have been made. Property conditions change with time and use. For example, mechanical devices can fail at any time, plumbing gaskets and seals may crack if the appliance or plumbing fixture is not used often, roof leaks can occur at any time regardless of the apparent condition of the roof, and the performance of the structure and the systems may change due to changes in use or occupancy, effects of weather, etc. These changes or repairs made to the structure after the inspection may render information contained herein obsolete or invalid. This report is provided for the specific benefit of the client named above and is based on observations at the time of the inspection. If you did not hire the inspector yourself, reliance on this report may provide incomplete or outdated information. Repairs, professional opinions or additional inspection reports may affect the meaning of the information in this report. It is recommended that you hire a licensed inspector to perform an inspection to meet your specific needs and to provide you with current information concerning this property. House Orientation (For Purpose Of This Report Front Faces): South Weather Conditions During Inspection: Cloudy Windy Outside temperature during inspection: DEGREES ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED BY INSPECTOR IMPORTANT AGREEMENTS AND LIMITATIONS 1. WHAT WE DO: We tell you whether each item we inspect properly performs the function initially intended, or if it is in need of repair. We perform our inspection in a good and workmanlike manner. ALL OTHER WARRANTIES ARE DISCLAIMED If you have a question, please bring it to our attention so we may explain what we observed about the item. 2. WHAT WE DO NOT DO: We DO NOT make guarantees, warranties, or insure the future performance or condition of any item. One reason we cannot do this is because of the small amount of the inspection fee compared to the value of the property. If you want a warranty, guarantee or insurance policy, you must obtain it from a warranty or insurance company for a much higher price. Please remember that almost every item in any house, except a brand new one, is in used condition and has ordinary wear and tear. We DO NOT inspect any items, which we cannot see in a normal inspection. For example, we do not move furniture, rugs, paintings, or other furnishings. We do not uncover buried pipes or items. We cannot see items covered by wallpaper, flooring or plants. Repair or remodeling may hide evidence of prior damage or defects. We do not dismantle equipment to inspect component parts. We do suggest that you ask the seller about repairs, covered up items, or previous problem. We DO NOT inspect for building codes, soil analysis, adequacy of design, capacity, efficiency, size, value, flood plain location, pollution or habitability. Please remember that older houses do not meet the same standards as newer houses, even though, items in both might be performing functions for which they are intended. We DO NOT allow the inspector to change or add to these printing provisions in any way. We DO NOT hold ourselves to be engineers or specialists for any particular item. We are a general real estate improvement inspection company. If we report that an item is not performing its intended function, or needs repair, or shows evidence of prior damage, we urge you to have that item examined by a specialist before purchasing the house. We DO NOT give estimates of the cost to repair any item. 3. WHAT YOU MUST DO: If you have any complaint about our inspection, YOU MUST notify us in writing within seven days after you discover any problem, and let us reinspect before changing the condition, except in emergencies, of course. If we report that an item is in need of immediate repair, is not performing its intended function or shows past damage and you intend to purchase the property anyway, YOU FIRST SHOULD have the item examined by specialist. Promulgated by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) P.O. Box 12188, Austin, TX , or (512) (http://www.trec.state.tx.us). REI 7A-1 Page 2 of 16

3 [Type text] YOU AGREE that, to the extent allowed by law, any damages for breach of this contract or report are LIMITED to the amount of the inspection fee. If you sue on this inspection but do not prevail, YOU AGREE to pay our reasonable attorney s fee. YOU REPRESENT to us that (1) the inspector has not made any oral representation that are different from or in addition to what is written in his report, and (2) you agree to each provision of this report by relying on it in any way, whether or not you sign it. YOU MUST NOT allow anyone else to use or rely on this report without our prior written consent. You acknowledge that we hereby notify you that there is a Real Estate Recovery Fund available, established under Section 23 of the Texas Real Estate License Act for reimbursement of certain aggrieved persons. The Texas Real state Commissions mailing and telephone number is 1101 Camino Lacoste, Austin, Texas 78752, (512) THIS REPORT CANNOT AND DOES NOT REPRESENT THE OPERATION OR CONDITION OF ANY ITEMS AFTER THE DATE AND TIME OF THIS INSPECTION. THIS REPORT IS OUR INVOICE. INSPECTION FEE: $325 Cash Check Title Co. Invoice Credit Card FOUNDATION INFORMATION Most of the North Texas area soil is expansive type clay. Therefore, proper care of your home s foundation is very important in preserving the integrity of the structure. Clay soils have the ability to expand (when wet) and contract (when dry) at alarming rates. This requires that an EVEN and rather Constant level of moisture be maintained around the ENTIRE house. Defects in foundations occur when the structure does not move as a unit. This could occur when one area around the foundation is continually wet, while other areas remain dry. Listed below are a few suggestions that may be help in your foundation maintenance program 1. Maintain the grading and the beds around the foundation so that it gently slopes AWAY from the structure. 2. If the house has guttering, be sure that all run-off is diverted well away (2-3 feet) from the foundation. 3. The area around the foundation should always be watered evenly around the ENTIRE structure. 4. The best way to ensure even watering is to place soaker hoses around the entire perimeter and to water EVENLY every time. 5. Do not let water stand next to the foundation. 6. Never allow the soil to dry to the point of cracking or pulling away from the foundation. Promulgated by the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC) P.O. Box 12188, Austin, TX , or (512) (http://www.trec.state.tx.us). REI 7A-1 Page 3 of 16

4 I. STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS A. Foundations Type of Foundation(s): Slab-on grade performing as intended. Prior repair work was observed. See comments below Slightly greater than typical foundation cracking was observed. The amount of movement does not suggest a serious structural problem. This area should, of course, be monitored. The rate of movement cannot be predicted during a one-time inspection. Serious repair work noted in multiple locations for foundation and exterior walls. See seller s disclosure report for further information. Door frames were found to be out-of-square within house. This implies that some structural movement of the building has occurred, as is typical of most houses. Sill plate not connected at front entryway. Recommend further evaluation and repair as needed. Cracks in foundation Repair of exterior wall Repair of foundation Crack in exterior wall B. Grading & Drainage GRADING AND DRAINAGE The grading should be improved at the rear of the house to promote the flow of storm water away from the house. This can usually be accomplished by the addition of top soil. The ground should slope away from the house at a rate of one inch per foot for This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Page 4 of 16

5 at least the first ten feet. Ideally, at least eight (8) inches of clearance should be maintained between soil level and the top of the foundation walls. Grading and drainage repair noted around the house. Recommend continual maintenance and proper watering of foundation to prevent further movement. TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to inspect flatwork or detention/ retention pond (expect as related to slope and drainage); determine area hydrology or the presence or underground water; or determine the efficiency or operation of underground or surface drainage systems. C. Roof Covering Materials Type(s) of Roof Covering: Composition Roofing Material Viewed From: Walked on roof / Roof Surface is in generally Fair condition. The roofing is considered to be in fair condition. Penetration marks noted on the ridge caps at various locations along the roof. Even wear due to age and exposure of the roof to the elements. Loss of granules noted in various locations. Shingle uplift and warping noted on the front of the house. Recommend further evaluation and repair as needed. View from the roof Damage to ridge cap Shingle uplift TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to determine the remaining life expectancy of the roof covering; inspect the roof from the roof level if, in the inspector s reasonable judgment, the inspector cannot safely reach or stay on the roof, or significant damage to the roof covering materials may result from walking on the roof; determine the number of layers of roof covering material; identify latent hail damage; or provide an exhaustive list of locations of water penetrations or previous repairs. D. Roof Structure & Attic Viewed From: Interior of Attic Approximate Average Depth of Insulation: 0 to 3 Approximate Average Thickness of Vertical Insulation: 0 to 3 Conventional Wood Framing. ROOF STRUCTURE Prior repairs to the roof structure are evident. It may be wise to consult the current owner regarding their knowledge of the roof structure and/or any repairs that became necessary. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Page 5 of 16

6 Ideally, collar ties (horizontal members running between each rafter, near their midspan) should be provided for all rafters. Collar ties help to resist rafter sag. Installation is usually very simple. Collar ties are not level and one is not connected to rafter. Recommend further evaluation and repair as needed. Hip rafter broken in northeast corner of attic. Recommend further evaluation and repair as needed. ATTIC INSULATION Insulation improvements may be cost effective, depending on the anticipated term of ownership. The level of ventilation should be improved. It is generally recommended that one (1) square foot of free vent area be provided for every one hundred and fifty (150) square feet of ceiling area. Proper ventilation will help to keep the house cooler during warm weather and extend the life of roofing materials. In colder climates, it will help reduce the potential for ice dams on the roof and condensation within the attic. There is evidence of vermin activity. A pest control specialist should be consulted in this regard. TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to enter attics or unfinished spaces where openings are less than 22 inches by 30 inches or headroom is less than 30 inches; operate powered ventilators; or provide an exhaustive list of locations or water penetrations. Collar ties not level Collar tie not attached Improper repair for support E. Walls (Interior & Exterior) Conventional Wood Framing. INTERIOR WALLS Evidence of patching was detected in various locations. Minor cracks were noted in various locations. This condition is mainly cosmetic in nature and should be patched. EXTERIOR WALLS Repairs to mortar and cracks noted to be slightly larger than typical exterior wall cracking. This is most likely due to the previous foundation repair of the house. The amount of movement does not suggest a serious structural problem. This area should, of course, be monitored. The rate of movement cannot be predicted during a one-time inspection. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Page 6 of 16

7 TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to report cosmetic damage or the condition of floor, wall, or ceiling coverings; paints, stains, or other surface coatings; cabinets; or countertops, or provide an exhaustive list of locations of water penetrations. Crack in door jamb Popped nail F. Ceilings & Floors CEILINGS Evidence of patching was detected in various locations. Minor cracks were noted in various locations. This condition is mainly cosmetic in nature and should be patched. G. Doors (Interior & Exterior) INTERIOR DOORS Many doors throughout the house out of square and do not shut properly. This is most likely due to prior movement of the house. EXTERIOR DOORS Exterior doors out of square and are difficult to open. This is most likely due to prior structural movement. Recommend further repair or replacement as needed. Felt weather stripping of the rear exterior door coming loose or missing in some locations. This prevents the loss of heat or cool to the exterior of the home. Recommend further repair as needed. Felt weathering strip in disrepair. H. Windows Only a sampling of windows will be operated in occupied residences or residences where the blinds are drawn. Windows are performing as intended. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Page 7 of 16

8 The windows are older and in mild disrepair. This is a common condition that does not necessitate immediate major repair. Trimming and adjustment, hardware improvements and glazing repairs would be logical long term improvements. In practice, improvements are usually made on an as needed basis only. The most important factor is that the window exteriors are well maintained to avoid rot or water infiltration. Screw in living room window preventing it s proper use. TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to exhaustively observe insulated windows for evidence of broken seals; exhaustively observe glazing for identifying labels; or identify specific locations of damage. I. Stairways (Interior & Exterior) J. Fireplace/Chimney Living Room, TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to verify the integrity of the flue; perform a chimney smoke test; or determine the adequacy of the draft. K. Porches, Balconies, Decks, and Carports TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to exhaustively measure the porch, balcony, deck, or attached carport components; or enter any area where the headroom is less than 18 inches or the access opening is less than 24 inches wide and 18 inches high. L. Other Rotting noted on exterior beams. Recommend sealing to prevent further deterioration. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Page 8 of 16

9 Rot on exterior beam II. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS A. Service Entrance and Panels 150 Amp The National Electric Code now requires Arc Fault Circuit Interruption protection (AFCI) to be installed for family rooms, dining rooms, living rooms, parlors, libraries, dens, bedrooms, sunrooms, recreations rooms, closets, hallways, or similar rooms or areas. The Texas Real Estate Commission rules and regulations require that the lack of these devices in any of these areas must be noted as deficient. Some items reported as Deficient may be considered life-safety upgrades to the property. For more information, refer to Texas Real Estate Consumer Notice Concerning Recognized Hazards, form OP-I. TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to determine present or future sufficiency of service capacity amperage, voltage, or the capacity of the electrical system; test arc-fault circuit interrupter devices when the property is occupied or damage to personal property may result, in the inspector s reasonable judgment; report the lack of arc-fault circuit interrupter protection when the circuits are in conduit; conduct voltage drop calculations; determine the accuracy of overcurrent devices labeling; remove covers where hazardous as judged by the inspector; verify the effectiveness of overcurrent devices; or operate overcurrent devices. The breakers in the panel box are higher than the maximum height (6 8 ) allowed by current building practices. Recommend lowering/relocating the panel box to a lower height to conform to current building practices. Recommend further evaluation and repair as needed. B. Branch Circuits, Connected Devices, and Fixtures Type of Wiring: Copper Only a sampling of outlets can be tested in occupied residences due to storage, furniture and use. Smoke detectors ARE Present. Current building standards require one smoke detector in a hallway leading to sleeping areas, one smoke detector per bedroom, and one smoke detector per floor of the building. Smoke detectors are required to be interconnected. There is a dead outlet in the entryway of the living room. Recommend further evaluation from an electrician and repair as needed. TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to inspect low voltage wiring; disassemble mechanical appliances; verify the effectiveness of smoke alarms; verify the interconnectivity of smoke alarms; activate smoke alarms that are being actively monitored or require the use of codes; or verify that smoke alarms are suitable for the hearing-impaired. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Page 9 of 16

10 III. HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS A. Heating Equipment Type of System: Central Forced Air Furnace Energy Source: Electricity The Heating unit(s) ARE NOT operating correctly. The heating system is dirty throughout and required cleaning. The heating system requires servicing. Given the age of the furnace, replacement should be anticipated in the near future. See HVAC repairman report for further details. TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to program digital thermostats or controls; inspect for pressure of the system refrigerant, type of refrigerant, type of refrigerant, or refrigerant leaks; winterized evaporative coolers; or humidifiers, dehumidifiers, air purifiers, motorized dampers, electronic air filters, multi-stage controllers, sequencers, heat reclaimers, wod burning stove, boilers, oil-fired units, supplemental heating appliances, de-icing provisions, or reversing values; operate setback features on thermostats, or controls; cooling equipment when the outdoor temperature is less than 60 degrees Fahrenheit; radiant heaters, steam heat systems, or unvented gas-fired heating appliances; or heat pumps when temperatures may damage equipment; verify compatibility of components; the accuracy of thermostats; or the integrity of the heat exchanger; or determine sizing, efficiency, or adequacy of the system; uniformity of the supply of conditioned air to the various parts of the structure; or types of materials contained in insulations. B. Cooling Equipment Type of System: Central Forced Air System The Cooling unit(s) ARE NOT operating correctly. The temperature differential is 7 (Too Low). The normal temperature differential is Annual maintenance and service is recommended. As is not uncommon for homes of this age and location, the air conditioning system is relatively old. It will require a higher level of maintenance, and may be more prone to major component breakdown. Predicting the frequency or time frame for repairs on any mechanical device is virtually impossible. If the compressor fails, or if breakdowns become chronic, replacing the entire system may be more cost-effective than continuing to undertake repairs. The outdoor unit of the air conditioning system is out of level. This should be improved. The air conditioning system requires servicing. The temperature drop measured across the evaporator coil of the air conditioning system is lower than considered typical. This usually indicates that servicing is needed. A qualified heating and cooling technician should be consulted to further evaluate this condition and the remedies available for correction. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Page 10 of 16

11 TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to program digital thermostats or controls; inspect for pressure of the system refrigerant, type of refrigerant, type of refrigerant, or refrigerant leaks; winterized evaporative coolers; or humidifiers, dehumidifiers, air purifiers, motorized dampers, electronic air filters, multi-stage controllers, sequencers, heat reclaimers, wod burning stove, boilers, oil-fired units, supplemental heating appliances, de-icing provisions, or reversing values; operate setback features on thermostats, or controls; cooling equipment when the outdoor temperature is less than 60 degrees Fahrenheit; radiant heaters, steam heat systems, or unvented gas-fired heating appliances; or heat pumps when temperatures may damage equipment; verify compatibility of components; the accuracy of thermostats; or the integrity of the heat exchanger; or determine sizing, efficiency, or adequacy of the system; uniformity of the supply of conditioned air to the various parts of the structure; or types of materials contained in insulations. C. Duct System, Chases, and Vents Filter size and Location: 15 x 18 Located at the unit in the hall closet. The material being used for the ducts in the main attic is inappropriate and should be replaced as needed. This is an older ducting and the outer cover is or has deteriorated. TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to program digital thermostats or controls; inspect for pressure of the system refrigerant, type of refrigerant, type of refrigerant, or refrigerant leaks; winterized evaporative coolers; or humidifiers, dehumidifiers, air purifiers, motorized dampers, electronic air filters, multi-stage controllers, sequencers, heat reclaimers, wod burning stove, boilers, oil-fired units, supplemental heating appliances, de-icing provisions, or reversing values; operate setback features on thermostats, or controls; cooling equipment when the outdoor temperature is less than 60 degrees Fahrenheit; radiant heaters, steam heat systems, or unvented gas-fired heating appliances; or heat pumps when temperatures may damage equipment; verify compatibility of components; the accuracy of thermostats; or the integrity of the heat exchanger; or determine sizing, efficiency, or adequacy of the system; uniformity of the supply of conditioned air to the various parts of the structure; or types of materials contained in insulations. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Page 11 of 16

12 IV.PLUMBING SYSTEM A. Water Supply System and Fixtures Location of water meter: Cut Off Box at the Front of the House Location of main water supply valve: Cut Off Box at the Front of the House Static water pressure reading: psi. This inspection does not include buried water lines. Type of supply piping: Galvanized Steel. Plumbing leak noted under the sink in the master bathroom. This was due to high volume of water draining. Recommend further monitoring. Toilet in master bathroom does not have the flapper valve connected to the handle. Recommend repair as needed. TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to operate any main, branch, or shut-off valves; operate or inspect sump pumps or waste ejector pumps; inspect any system that has been winterized, shut down, or otherwise secured; circulating pumps, free-standing appliances, solar water heating systems, water conditioning equipment, filter systems, water mains, private water supply systems, water wells, pressure tanks, sprinkler systems, swimming pools, or fire sprinkler systems; the inaccessible gas supply system for leaks; for sewer clean-outs; or for the presence or operation of private sewage disposal systems; determine quality, potability, or volume of the water supply; or effectiveness of back flow or anti-siphon devices; or verify the functionality of clothes washing drains or floor drains. Water pressure at 58psi Water meter Master bathroom sink leak Patchwork under sink in hall bath B. Drains, Wastes, and Vents Type of sewer/waste piping: Unknown The drain cleanouts are Located at the Rear Yard This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Page 12 of 16

13 TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to operate any main, branch, or shut-off valves; operate or inspect sump pumps or waste ejector pumps; inspect any system that has been winterized, shut down, or otherwise secured; circulating pumps, free-standing appliances, solar water heating systems, water conditioning equipment, filter systems, water mains, private water supply systems, water wells, pressure tanks, sprinkler systems, swimming pools, or fire sprinkler systems; the inaccessible gas supply system for leaks; for sewer clean-outs; or for the presence or operation of private sewage disposal systems; determine quality, potability, or volume of the water supply; or effectiveness of back flow or anti-siphon devices; or verify the functionality of clothes washing drains or floor drains. C. Water Heating Equipment Energy Source: Electricity Capacity: 50 gallon gas Normal Temperature is 120º - 140º Water heaters have a typical life expectancy of 7 to 12 years. The existing unit is approaching this age range. One cannot predict with certainty when replacement will become necessary. The supply piping shows evidence of corrosion where it meets the water heater. This is a common condition and should be repaired. TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to verify the effectiveness of the temperature and pressure relief valve, discharge piping, or pan drain pipes; operate the temperature and pressure relief valve if the operation of the valve may, in the inspector s reasonable judgment, cause damage to persons or property; or determine the efficiency or adequacy of the unit. Corrosion on water heater pipes D. Hydro-Massage Therapy Equipment V. APPLIANCES A Dishwasher The dishwasher functions as intended. B. Food Waste Disposer This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Page 13 of 16

14 The disposer functions as intended. C. Range Exhaust Vent D. Ranges, Cooktops, and Ovens Electric Range. The range and oven function as intended. E. Microwave Oven The microwave functions as intended. F. Trash Compactor G. Mechanical Exhaust Vents and Bathroom Heaters H. Garage Door Operator(s) The garage door functions as intended. TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to operate or determine the condition of other auxiliary components of inspected items; test for microwave oven radiation leaks; inspect self-cleaning functions; test trash compactor ram pressure; or determine the adequacy of venting systems. I. Doorbell and Chimes J. Dryer Vents. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Page 14 of 16

15 VI. OPTIONAL SYSTEMS A. Lawn and Garden Sprinkler Systems TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to inspect for effective coverage of the sprinkler system; the automatic function of the timer or control box; the effectiveness of the rain or freeze sensor; or sizing and effectiveness of anti-siphon devices or backflow preventers. B. Swimming Pools, Spas, Hot Tubs, and Equipment Type of Construction: TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to dismantle or otherwise open any components or lines; operate valves; uncover or excavate any lines or concealed components of the system or determine the presence of sub-surface leaks; fill the pool, spa, or hot tub with water; inspect any system that has been winterized, shut down, or otherwise secured; determine the presence of sub-surface water tables; or inspect ancillary equipment such as computer controls, covers, chlorinators or other chemical dispensers, or water ionization devices or conditioners other than required by this section. C. Outbuildings Most comments from the rest of the report are copied into the outbuildings D. Outdoor Cooking Equipment Energy Source: E. Gas Supply Systems This inspection does not include buried gas lines. TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to inspect sacrificial anode bonding or for its existence. F. Private Water Wells (A coliform analysis is recommended.) Type of Pump: Type of Storage Equipment: This company does not inspect Water Wells. TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to excavate or uncover the system or its components; determine the reliability of the water supply or source; or locate or verify underground water leaks. G. Private Sewage Disposal (Septic) Systems Type of System: Location of Drain Field: This company does not inspect Septic Systems. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Page 15 of 16

16 TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to excavate or uncover the system or its components; determine the size, adequacy, or efficiency of the system; or determine the type of construction used. H. Whole-House Vacuum Systems TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to inspect the attachments or hoses; or verify that accessory components are present. I. Other Built-in Appliances This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Page 16 of 16

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