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1 Home Inspection Report 6418 Sample Inspection Dr., Austin, TX Inspection Date: September 28, 2007 Prepared For: Bob Client Prepared By: Capital Inspection and Solutions 6425 IH-35, Suite 105, Box 218 Austin, TX Phone: Fax: Report Number: Inspector: Andy Jordan TREC # Capital Inspections and Solutions Promulgated by the Texas Real Estate Commission(TREC) P.O. Box 12188, Austin, TX , or (512) ( REI 7A-0 Page 1 of 22

2 A-Pro Home Inspection Services 6425 IH-35, Suite 105, Box 218 Austin, TX Fax PROPERTY INSPECTION REPORT Prepared For: Bob Client (Name of Client) Concerning: 6418 Sample Inspection Dr., Austin, TX (Address or Other Identification of Inspected Property) By: Andy Jordan, TREC# 9458 September 28, 2007 (Name and License Number of Inspector) (Date) (Name, License Number and Signature of Sponsoring Inspector, if required) The inspection of the property listed above must be performed in compliance with the rules of the Texas Real Estate Commission (TREC). The inspection is of conditions which are present and visible at the time of the inspection, and all of the equipment is operated in normal modes. The inspector must indicate which items are in need of repair or are not functioning and will report on all applicable items required by TREC rules. This report is intended to provide you with information concerning the condition of the property at the time of inspection. Please read the report carefully. If any item is unclear, you should request the inspector to provide clarification. It is recommended that you obtain as much history as is available concerning this property. This historical information may include copies of any seller's disclosures, previous inspection or engineering reports, reports performed for or by relocation companies, municipal inspection departments, lenders, insurers, and appraisers. You should attempt to determine whether repairs, renovation, remodeling, additions or other such activities have taken place at this property. Property conditions change with time and use. Since this report is provided for the specific benefit of the client(s), secondary readers of this information should hire a licensed inspector to perform an inspection to meet their specific needs and to obtain current information concerning this property. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION PROVIDED BY INSPECTOR For the purposes of left and right in this report, envision yourself facing the house. The house faces west. At the time of the inspection, the weather was mild and dry. The house was occupied at the time of the inspection which restricted the visual inspection to some degree due to furniture and storage. Promulgated by the Texas Real Estate Commission(TREC) P.O. Box 12188, Austin, TX , or (512) ( REI 7A-0 Page 2 of 22

3 Additional pages may be attached to this report. Read them very carefully. This report may not be complete without the attachments. If an item is present in the property but is not inspected, the "NI" column will be checked and an explanation is necessary. Comments may be provided by the inspector whether or not an item is deemed in need of repair. I=Inspected NI=Not Inspected NP=Not Present R=Not Functioning or In Need of Repair I. STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS A. Foundations (If all crawl space areas are not inspected, provide an explanation.) Type of foundation: Slab-on grade Method of inspection: Visual inspection of exterior Comments (An opinion on performance is mandatory.): The foundation is performing as intended. No significant problems were observed. A corner pop or cracks at the corner of the foundation, was seen at the right front corner. This is a common condition and cosmetic in nature. A detailed Foundation Level Survey can be seen in the Summary Addendum of this report. B. Grading & Drainage Grading and drainage was adequate. Some minor erosion caused by storm runoff from the roof was seen along the back of the house. This condition can be corrected by the addition of foliage or gravel to dissipate the force of the rain runoff hitting the ground or by installing gutters. C. Roof Covering (If the roof is inaccessible, report the method used to inspect.) Type of roof covering: Fiberglass composition shingle Method of inspection: Walked on roof The roof coverings are considered to be in generally good condition. The installation of the roofing materials has been performed in a professional manner. The quality of the installation is above average. Roof flashing details appear to be in good order. In all, the roof coverings show evidence of normal wear and tear. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 3 of 22

4 D. Roof Structure & Attic (If the attic is inaccessible, report the method used to inspect.) Method of inspection: Entered attic and performed a visual inspection Approximate depth of insulation: 12 inches Overall, the roof structure and attic are in fair condition. Access to the attic area above the garage was blocked by items being stored in the garage. Caulking seams and joints in fascia boards and the gaps at the fascia/soffit should be done as needed to prevent water damage. The attic is adequately insulated. Example of gaps seen in fascia boards E. Walls (Interior & Exterior) On the whole, the interior finishes of the home are in above average condition. INTERIOR WALLS The interior walls are in good condition. The garage of the home is partially finished. Loose sheetrock tape and minor flaws were seen. EXTERIOR WALLS Typical minor cracking was observed on the exterior walls of the house. This implies that some structural movement of the building has occurred, as is typical of most houses. Some minor moisture damage was seen on the corner trim board at the left rear corner of the house. This should be repaired and re-sealed. Gaps seen in the rock veneer for the condenser coolant lines should be sealed to prevent moisture from penetrating the structure. As a general rule, all unwanted openings in the exterior veneer should be caulked/sealed. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 4 of 22

5 Moisture damage seen on left rear corner trim board Gap for coolant lines should be sealed F. Ceilings & Floors The floors of the home are relatively level and walls are relatively plumb. CEILINGS The ceilings are in good condition. FLOORS Overall, the floors are in good condition. Gaps seen at the edge of the vinyl flooring in the upstairs bathroom should be caulked/sealed to prevent moisture from penetrating the sub-flooring. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 5 of 22

6 STAIRWAYS The stairway is in good condition. G. Doors (Interior & Exterior) H. Windows INTERIOR DOORS The interior doors are good quality and performing as intended. The door to the upstairs right rear bedroom and the door to the upstairs middle bedroom are not latching properly and should be adjusted. The door knobs on these doors are on backwards, with the lock button to the outside. This should be corrected. The left side closet doors in these rooms are also not latching properly and need adjusting. The door stops for the upstairs middle bedroom and the upstairs left side bedroom need replacing. EXTERIOR DOORS The exterior doors are in good condition and most are performing as intended. GARAGE DOORS The garage door is in good condition. Most windows performed as intended and are in good condition. The tension springs for the front right window in the living room are not working properly, allowing the window to free-fall when opened. This is considered a safety issue and should be repaired. No window screens were seen. I. Fireplace/Chimney Appears to be in good condition. J. Porches, Decks and Carports (Attached) The porches are in good condition. A loose baluster was seen on the back wooden steps and should be re-secured. The front stoop has settled relative to the front porch. This is a common condition that should be monitored. Settlement cracks were seen on the rear porch and the driveway. These cracks appear to be cosmetic in nature. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 6 of 22

7 Loose baluster seen on back steps II. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS A. Service Entrance and Panels 120/240 Volt Main Service - Service Size: 125 Amp Service Entrance Wires: Underground, Aluminum Main Disconnect: 125 Amp Breaker Service Ground: Copper, Water Pipe Connection, Ground Rod Connection Not Visible Main Distribution Panel: Breakers Distribution Wiring: Copper Receptacles: Grounded Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters: Bathroom(s), Exterior, Garage, Kitchen Generally speaking, the electrical system is in good order. The electrical panel is well arranged and all fuses/breakers are properly sized. B. Branch Circuits - Connected Devices and Fixtures (Report as in need of repair the lack of ground fault circuit protection where required.): Type of branch circuit wiring: Copper All branch circuits and most connected devices and fixtures are in good condition. DISTRIBUTION WIRING The distribution of electricity within the home is good. OUTLETS 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. SWITCHES All Switches tested performed as intended. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 7 of 22

8 FIXTURES Most fixtures performed as intended and appeared to be in good condition. The light fixture in the upstairs hall closet was not working at the time of the inspection. If the bulb is not burnt out, the circuit should be repaired. III. HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS A. Heating Equipment Type And Energy Source: Type of heating system: Central Forced Air Furnace Energy source: Gas Manufacture Not visible Mod. # - Not visible Ser. #- Not visible The heating system is in generally good condition. Adequate heating capacity is provided by the system. B. Cooling Equipment Type And Energy Source: Type of cooling system: Central Forced Air System Energy source: Electricity CONDENSER UNIT Manufacture Rheem Mod. # - RAPC048JAZ Ser. #- 6994M Mfg. Date- 06/04 The cooling equipment appears to be in good condition and performed as intended. Adequate cooling capacity is provided by the system. Regular maintenance will, of course, be necessary. Upon testing in the air conditioning mode, a normal temperature drop across the evaporator coil was observed. This suggests that the system is operating properly. The location of the return air vents is well suited to air conditioning. The system responded properly to operating controls. No emergency cutoff was seen for the condenser unit. C. Ducts and Vents Most ducts and vents appeared to be in good condition. Conditioned air was distributed evenly throughout the house. A damaged vent cover was seen on the upper right side of the house. The cover should be repaired or replaced. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 8 of 22

9 Damaged vent cover IV. PLUMBING SYSTEM A. Water Supply System and Fixtures B. Drains, Wastes, Vents The water supply system and most fixtures were in good condition and performed as intended. Most drains performed as intended. The left side sink in the upstairs bathroom is draining slowly and should be cleaned or repaired. C. Water Heating Equipment (Report as in need of repair those conditions specifically listed as recognized hazards by TREC rules.) Energy Source: Energy source: Gas Manufacture Rheem, 40 Gal. Performed as intended and appears to be in good condition. A safety pan plumbed to drain to the exterior of the structure or to the floor of the garage is recommended to prevent water damage to the structure should the unit leak. D. Hydro-Therapy Equipment V. APPLIANCES A Dishwasher Manufacture - Kenmore Performed as intended and appeared to be in good condition. B. Food Waste Disposer Performed as intended and appeared to be in good condition. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 9 of 22

10 C. Range Hood Performed as intended and appeared to be in good condition. D. Ranges/Ovens/Cooktops RANGE Manufacture Kenmore, Electric Performed as intended and appeared to be in good condition. E. Microwave Cooking Equipment Manufacture - Kenmore Mfg. Date- 04/98 The Microwave oven was not working at the time of the inspection and should be repaired or replaced. F. Trash Compactor G. Bathroom Exhaust Fans and/or Heaters Performed as intended and appeared to be in good condition. H. Whole House Vacuum Systems I. Garage Door Operators Performed as intended and appeared to be in good condition. All safety features were working. J. Door Bell and Chimes K. Dryer Vents Performed as intended. Appeared to be in good condition. Cleaning is recommended. VI. OPTIONAL SYSTEMS A. Lawn Sprinklers B. Swimming Pools and Equipment This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 10 of 22

11 C. Outbuildings D. Outdoor Cooking Equipment E. Gas Lines The main meter was checked for leaks. None were detected. F. Water Wells (A coliform analysis is recommended.) G. Septic Systems H. Security Systems I. Fire Protection Equipment All smoke detector that were tested performed as intended. Replacing batteries is recommended. The smoke detector for the upstairs middle bedroom is missing and should be replaced. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 11 of 22

12 ADDENDUM: REPORT SUMMARY Foundation Level Survey The following foundation level survey is measured to the nearest 1/10 th inch. All readings are the variance from the 0.0 in the read box. The survey showed the foundation to be within normal parameters for a house of this size. The drawing in not to scale, but is a reasonable facsimile. The drawing should only be used as a reference tool: Master Bedroom Master Bath Kitchen Area Living Area Garage This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 12 of 22

13 The following is a synopsis of the recommended repairs noted in this report. Most of the recommended repairs are considered to be minor. However, there may be some potentially significant improvements that should be budgeted for over the short term. Other significant improvements, outside the scope of this inspection, may also be necessary. Please refer to the body of this report for further details on these and other recommendations: Roof Structure & Attic Walls (Interior & Exterior) Ceilings & Floors Windows Caulking seams and joints in fascia boards and the gaps at the fascia/soffit should be done as needed to prevent water damage. Some minor moisture damage was seen on the corner trim board at the left rear corner of the house. This should be repaired and re-sealed. Gaps seen in the rock veneer for the condenser coolant lines should be sealed to prevent moisture from penetrating the structure. As a general rule, all unwanted openings in the exterior veneer should be caulked/sealed. Gaps seen at the edge of the vinyl flooring in the upstairs bathroom should be caulked/sealed to prevent moisture from penetrating the sub-flooring. INTERIOR DOORS The door to the upstairs right rear bedroom and the door to the upstairs middle bedroom are not latching properly and should be adjusted. The door knobs on these doors are on backwards, with the lock button to the outside. This should be corrected. The left side closet doors in these rooms are also not latching properly and need adjusting. The door stops for the upstairs middle bedroom and the upstairs left side bedroom need replacing. The tension springs for the front right window in the living room are not working properly, allowing the window to free-fall when opened. This is considered a safety issue and should be repaired. Porches, Decks and Carports (Attached) A loose baluster was seen on the back wooden steps and should be re-secured. Branch Circuits - Connected Devices and Fixtures FIXTURES The light fixture in the upstairs hall closet was not working at the time of the inspection. If the bulb is not burnt out, the circuit should be repaired. Ducts and Vents Drains, Wastes, Vents A damaged vent cover was seen on the upper right side of the house. The cover should be repaired or replaced. The left side sink in the upstairs bathroom is draining slowly and should be cleaned or repaired. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 13 of 22

14 Microwave Cooking Equipment Fire Protection Equipment The Microwave oven was not working at the time of the inspection and should be repaired or replaced. The smoke detector for the upstairs middle bedroom is missing and should be replaced. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 14 of 22

15 ADDENDUM: REPORT OVERVIEW THE SCOPE OF THE INSPECTION All components designated for inspection in accordance with the rules of the TEXAS REAL ESTATE COMMISSION (TREC) are inspected, except as may be noted by the Not Inspected or Not Present check boxes. Explanations for items not inspected may be in the TREC Limitations sections within this report. This inspection is visual only. A representative sample of building components are viewed in areas that are accessible at the time of the inspection. No destructive testing or dismantling of building components is performed. It is the goal of the inspection to put a home buyer in a better position to make a buying decision. Not all improvements will be identified during this inspection. Unexpected repairs should still be anticipated. The inspection should not be considered a guarantee or warranty of any kind. Please refer to the pre-inspection contract for a full explanation of the scope of the inspection. THE HOUSE IN PERSPECTIVE Well-built, Well-maintained In this Inspectors opinion, this is a well-built, well-maintained home. The repairs, maintenance, and improvements recommended in this report are common for a home of this age and type. All homes require maintenance, occasional repairs, and occasional system improvements. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 15 of 22

16 ADDENDUM: TEXAS REAL ESTATE COMMISSION LIMITATIONS Foundations STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to enter a crawl space or any areas where headroom is less than 18 inches and the width of the access opening is less than two feet, or where the inspector reasonably determines conditions or materials are hazardous to health or safety of the inspector. Roof Covering (1) determine the remaining life expectancy of the roof covering; or (2) inspect the roof from the roof level if the inspector reasonably determines that the inspector cannot safely reach or stay on the roof, or that damage to the roof or roof covering may result from walking on the roof. Walls (Interior& Exterior) (1) determine the condition of wall coverings unless such conditions affect structural performance or indicate water penetration; (2) report obvious damage to wall coverings; (3) determine the condition of paints, stains and other surface coatings; (4) determine condition of cabinets. (5) determine the presence of, or extent or type of, insulation or vapor barriers in exterior walls. Ceilings & Floors (1) determine the condition of floor and ceiling coverings unless such conditions affect structural performance or indicate water penetration; (2) report obvious damage to floor and ceiling coverings; (3) determine the condition of paints, stains and other surface coatings; Doors (Interior & Exterior) (1) report the condition or presence of storm doors, awnings, shutters or security devices or systems; (2) determine the condition of paints stains or other surface coatings Windows (1) report the condition or presence of storm windows, awnings, shutters or security devices or systems; (2) determine the condition of paints stains or other surface coatings Fireplace / Chimney TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to determine the adequacy of the draft or perform a chimney smoke test. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 16 of 22

17 Porches, Decks and Carports (Attached) TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to inspect detached structures or waterfront structures and equipment, such as docks or piers. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS Service Entrance and Panels (1) determine service capacity amperage or voltage or the capacity of the electrical system relative to present or future use; (2) determine the insurability of the property; (3) conduct voltage drop calculations; or (4) determine the accuracy of breaker labeling. HEATING, VENTILATION AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS Heating Equipment (1) inspect accessories such as humidifiers, air purifiers, motorized dampers, heat reclaimers, electronic air filters or wood-burning stoves; (2) determine the efficiency or adequacy of a system; (3) program digital-type thermostats or controls; or (4) operate radiant heaters, steam heat systems or unvented gas-fired heating appliances. Cooling Equipment (1) inspect for the pressure of the system coolant or determine the presence of leaks; (2) program digital-type thermostats or controls; or (3) operate setback features on thermostats or controls. Ducts and Vents (1) determine the efficiency, adequacy or capacity of the systems; (2) determine the uniformity of the supply of conditioned air to the various parts of the structure; (3) determine the types of materials contained in insulation, wrapping of pipes, ducts, jackets, boilers and wiring; (4) operate venting systems unless ambient temperatures or other circumstances, in the reasonable opinion of the inspector, are conducive to safe operation without damage to the equipment; or (5) operate a unit outside its normal operating range as reasonably determined by the inspector. Water Supply System and Fixtures PLUMBING SYSTEM (1) operate any main, branch or shut-off valves; (2) inspect any system that has been shut down or otherwise secured; (3) inspect any components that are not visible or accessible; This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 17 of 22

18 (4) inspect any exterior plumbing components such as water mains, private sewer systems, water wells, sprinkler systems or swimming pools; (5) inspect fire sprinkler systems; (6) inspect the quality or the volume of well water; (7) determine the potability of any water supply; (8) inspect water-conditioning equipment, such as softeners or filter systems; (9) inspect solar water heating systems; (10) determine the effectiveness of anti-siphon devices on appropriate fixtures or systems; (11) operate free-standing appliances; (12) inspect private water supply systems, swimming pools, or pressure tanks; (13) inspect the gas supply system for leaks; Drains, Wastes, Vents (1) inspect or operate drain pumps or waste ejector pumps; (2) inspect for sewer clean-outs Hydro-Therapy Equipment TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to determine the adequacy of self-draining features of the circulation system APPLIANCES Ranges/Ovens/Cooktops (1) operate or determine the condition of other auxiliary components of inspected items; or (2) inspect self-cleaning functions. Microwave Cooking Equipment TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to test for radiation Lawn Sprinklers OPTIONAL SYSTEMS TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to inspect the automatic function of the timer or control box, the rain sensor or the effectiveness and sizing of anti-siphon valves or backflow preventers. Swimming Pools and Equipment TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to the following: (1) dismantle or otherwise open any components or lines; (2) uncover or excavate any lines or otherwise concealed components of the system or determine the presence of sub-surface leaks; (3) fill the pool, spa or hot tub with water; (4) determine the presence of sub-surface water tables; or (5) 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. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 18 of 22

19 Gas Lines TREC LIMITATIONS: The inspector is not required to inspect sacrificial anode bonding or for its existence. Water Wells (1) open, uncover or remove the pump, heads, screens, lines or other component parts of the system; (2) determine water quality or potability or the reliability of the water supply or source; or (3) locate or verify underground water leaks. Septic Systems (1) excavate or uncover the system or its components to determine the size, adequacy or efficiency of the system; or (2) determine the type of construction used unless readily known without excavation or destructive examination. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 19 of 22

20 ADDENDUM: MAINTENANCE ADVICE Upon Taking Ownership After taking possession of a new home, there are some maintenance and safety issues that should be addressed immediately. The following checklist should help you undertake these improvements: Change the locks on all exterior entrances, for improved security. Check that all windows and doors are secure. Improve window hardware as necessary. Security rods can be added to sliding windows and doors. Consideration could also be given to a security system. Install smoke detectors on each level of the home. Ensure that there is a smoke detector outside all sleeping areas. Replace batteries on any existing smoke detectors and test them. Make a note to replace batteries again in one year. Create a plan of action in the event of a fire in your home. Ensure that there is an operable window or door in every room of the house. Consult with your local fire department regarding fire safety issues and what to do in the event of fire. Examine driveways and walkways for trip hazards. Undertake repairs where necessary. Examine the interior of the home for trip hazards. Loose or torn carpeting and flooring should be repaired. Undertake improvements to all stairways, decks, porches and landings where there is a risk of falling or stumbling. Review your home inspection report for any items that require immediate improvement or further investigation. Address these areas as required. Install rain caps and vermin screens on all chimney flues, as necessary. Investigate the location of the main shut-offs for the plumbing, heating and electrical systems. If you attended the home inspection, these items would have been pointed out to you. Regular Maintenance EVERY MONTH Check that fire extinguisher(s) are fully charged. Re-charge if necessary. Examine heating/cooling air filters and replace or clean as necessary. Inspect and clean humidifiers and electronic air cleaners. If the house has hot water heating, bleed radiator valves. Clean gutters and downspouts. Ensure that downspouts are secure, and that the discharge of the downspouts is appropriate. Remove debris from window wells. Carefully inspect the condition of shower enclosures. Repair or replace deteriorated grout and caulk. Ensure that water is not escaping the enclosure during showering. Check below all plumbing fixtures for evidence of leakage. Repair or replace leaking faucets or shower heads. Secure loose toilets, or repair flush mechanisms that become troublesome. SPRING AND FALL Examine the roof for evidence of damage to roof coverings, flashings and chimneys. Look in the attic (if accessible) to ensure that roof vents are not obstructed. Check for evidence of leakage, condensation or vermin activity. Level out insulation if needed. Trim back tree branches and shrubs to ensure that they are not in contact with the house. Inspect the exterior walls and foundation for evidence of damage, cracking or movement. Watch for bird nests or other vermin or insect activity. This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 20 of 22

21 Survey the basement and/or crawl space walls for evidence of moisture seepage. Look at overhead wires coming to the house. They should be secure and clear of trees or other obstructions. Ensure that the grade of the land around the house encourages water to flow away from the foundation. Inspect all driveways, walkways, decks, porches, and landscape components for evidence of deterioration, movement or safety hazards. Clean windows and test their operation. Improve caulking and weather-stripping as necessary. Watch for evidence of rot in wood window frames. Paint and repair window sills and frames as necessary. Test all ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) devices, as identified in the inspection report. Shut off isolating valves for exterior hose bibs in the fall, if below freezing temperatures are anticipated. Test the Temperature and Pressure Relief (TPR) Valve on water heaters. Inspect for evidence of wood boring insect activity. Eliminate any wood/soil contact around the perimeter of the home. Test the overhead garage door opener, to ensure that the auto-reverse mechanism is responding properly. Clean and lubricate hinges, rollers and tracks on overhead doors. Replace or clean exhaust hood filters. Clean, inspect and/or service all appliances as per the manufacturer s recommendations. ANNUALLY Replace smoke detector batteries. Have the heating, cooling and water heater systems cleaned and serviced. Have chimneys inspected and cleaned. Ensure that rain caps and vermin screens are secure. Examine the electrical panels, wiring and electrical components for evidence of overheating. Ensure that all components are secure. Flip the breakers on and off to ensure that they are not sticky. If the house utilizes a well, check and service the pump and holding tank. Have the water quality tested. If the property has a septic system, have the tank inspected (and pumped as needed). If your home is in an area prone to wood destroying insects (termites, carpenter ants, etc.), have the home inspected by a licensed specialist. Preventative treatments may be recommended in some cases. Prevention Is The Best Approach Although we ve heard it many times, nothing could be more true than the old cliché an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Preventative maintenance is the best way to keep your house in great shape. It also reduces the risk of unexpected repairs and improves the odds of selling your house at fair market value, when the time comes. Please feel free to contact our office should you have any questions regarding the operation or maintenance of your home. Enjoy your home! This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 21 of 22

22 ADDENDUM: HOME REPAIR LOG DATE ITEM REPAIRED BY (Person/Contractor) COST This confidential report is prepared exclusively for Bob Client Page 22 of 22

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