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Home Survey Report
By

Southeast Home Inspections
Dave Grandstaff
S.C. Inspector I.D. # 1612
1225 Pisgah Church Rd
Aynor, SC 29511
843-358-2241
e-mail: sehi@sccoast.net
For Inspection Customer

Address of the Property Inspected

Property Location
Kingston Plantation
North Hampton Tower 9840
Queensway Blvd.
Myrtle Beach, SC 29572
Horry County, SC
                        

Date of Inspection

Thursday, June 30th, 2005

Start Time: 10:20 pm

Inspection Ended: 1:15 pm

Weather: clear, sunny

Temperature: 92 degrees

Owner (not present)
Buyer not present during inspection

Listing Agent


Leonard Call & Assoc.
843-449-6400
Selling Agent: Same
Click on any photo to enlarge
View Looking North from balcony
*Survey Abstract (summary of concerns)
Concerns: Structure
1C.56                       Access not found to attic/ foundation crawl space

1C.50                       Instability/ settling indicators & phenomena: NONE FOUND

1C.18                       Structure /foundation moisture indicators and phenomena: NONE FOUND

1A.20 Structure comparative rating:  apparently good, apparently operational

1A.20                       Probable need for major repairs within 10 years: low

Concerns: Exterior
2C.03                       Guardrail: Sphere of 4" diameter could pass through infill. This is a safety concern.

7C.02                       Door not locking Sliding glass door in Living room area missing latch devise.  NO PHOTO.

1D      Grading/ drainage: GOOD

2A.20 Exterior comparative rating:  apparently good, apparently operational

Concerns: Roof and Related


3A.20 Roof (not roof structure) comparative rating:  apparently good, apparently operational  No apparent
leaks were observed.

not rated (condo unit--access restricted)


Concerns: Plumbing
4C.42                       Drip tray under washing machine: recommended

8C.06                       Fixture deteriorated /steel rusted/. Faucet in Master bath and showerhead flange.

PHOTO



4C.03                       Leak? painted repair indicates past water leak . Under Kitchen Sink area and in master
bathroom. No moisture was present during exam. PHOTO.








4C.04                       Toilet: Moisture near base, according to moisture meter in both bathrooms. Evaluation by a
specialist is recommended .PHOTO










4C.42                       Drip tray under washing machine: recommended

4A.20 Plumbing comparative rating:  apparently good, apparently operational

Concerns: Electrical
5C.59 The electrical receptacle dead in kitchen, to the left of stove on west wall. Consult a licensed electrician.
PHOTO.

5A.40 Electrical comparative rating:  apparently fairly good, apparently operational with the exception of dead
rec. in kitchen.

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Concerns: Heating and Air Conditioning










6C.01                       Heat pump coils dirty, damaged. Evaluation by a specialist is recommended.PHOTO

9E       Insulation on A.C.piping insulation deteriorating in utility closet left of front door. PHOTO.





6A.40                       Central A.C., comparative rating:  fairly good   (system probably about 20 years old; may
need major repair or replacement soon)

6A.40                       Heat, comparative rating:   (system probably about 20 years old; may need major repair or
replacement soon)  unknown 6H over 65F outside, heat pump not tested

6E       Carbon monoxide detector recommended



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Concerns: Interior
1C.56                       Access not found to attic/ foundation crawl space

7P       Wallpaper loose (if puckered, also see 1C.28)  In hall bath 13 “ down from ceiling to right of sink area.





7C.01                       Cracks in ceiling/ wall  In Master Bedroom and at each sliding glass door near latch.
PHOTOS








7C.01                       Cracks, typical of plaster

7C.02                       Door not latching . Sliding glass door in Living room area missing lock latch.
Recommendation: Repair or replace.

7C.02                       Door not locking, see above comment.

8C.04                       Ceramic tiles on cracked in master bath. PHOTO





7C.16                       Floor tiles, not ceramic: loose at front door. Parquet wood floor panel is loose to the right
side of door at floor. PHOTO







7C.18                       Wood floor buckled. Parquet wood at main entrance.

2C.03                       Guardrail: ladder-like pattern (a danger to children). This is a safety concern . Evaluation
by a specialist is recommended . PHOTO










7C.11                       Guardrail: Sphere of 4" diameter could pass through infill. This is a safety concern .
Evaluation by a specialist is recommended. PHOTO







7C.01                       Cracks in ceiling/ wall in master bedroom west wall at ceiling and over TV area east wall at
ceiling (MINOR)

7C.01                       Cracks, typical of plaster

7A.20                       Interior comparative rating:  apparently good, apparently operational



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Concerns: Kitchen, Bath, Utility, Insulation, Ventilation, etc.
4C.42                       Washing machine drip tray recommended

8C.02                       Cabinetry attention recommended: Chip in pull out drawer in kitchen on far right side
looking west. (Very Minor) PHOTO.





                           




Ceiling damage/ deterioration/ stains indicate leak above? Master Bedroom. PHOTOS





8C.06                       Counter: delaminating materials in kitchen behind faucet and under kitchen sink.No
moisture was present during exam. PHOTO










8C.06                       Counter: Gaps found that could breed bacteria see above comment.

8C.06                       Counter laminate (plastic) attention recommended. Repair is recommended

8C.06                       Counter swollen /swelling see above comments.

8C.06                       Fixture deteriorated in master bath. Also showerhead flange is rusty. PHOTO





8C.06                       Sink attention recommended: Chips in finish on kitchen sink. (minor) PHOTO





8C.04                       Ceramic shower tiles cracked in master bath. PHOTO





8C.04                       Grout has mold/mildew in both bathrooms

8C.19                       Towel rack not firmly mounted /attached (loose) in master bath room.





8C.06                       Counter swollen /swelling in kitchen behind faucet area.

9E.20 Insulation comparative rating:  good, compared to other houses of similar age and construction

9D.20 Ventilation comparative rating:  apparently appropriate, apparently operational

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*Survey Report, Part 1: Significant Observations
Introduction
This report was conducted to comply with the terms of a signed contract and is for the sole use of Wayne
Citron, whose signature(s) appear on the contract, hereafter referred to as "Customer(s)." Did the Customer(s)
attend this home survey? Yes.



The inspector's obligations extend exclusively to the Customer(s) whose signature(s) appear on the signed
Contract. The inspector unequivocally denies any responsibility to third parties that have not signed the
Contract. NO obligations to the home inspector's customer can transfer or extend to person(s) or entities other
than those with signatures on the Contract.



Please see important information just above the lines that read "End of Part 1", and "End of Report." Also see
report cover.



Underlined references refer to in-depth explanations found in the Customer's book. See Book’s Preface.
Customers should study each reference (checkmark each as you read, starting with those in Part 2 first). You
can get the latest version of articles referenced in this report from www.homexam.com.



Items listed in the "Concerns" sections are deficiencies that, ideally, should be re-inspected and corrected by a
specialist (see 9P for costs and 9Y for a list of specialists). The specialist should consider the listed deficiencies
as possible tell-tale signs of greater problems that were not reported in this report. All concerns should be
viewed as possible or actual material defects (defects that significantly affect value, desirability, habitability, or
safety).



An “unseen dangers” specialist should be able to find unseen dangers in this property. However, the author of
this report was not retained to do so and issues no opinion on these unseen dangers.



Dollar figures for repair and upgrade costs, if included in this report, are approximations, not estimates. Please
get estimates from local contractors.



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*Part 1 (A): STRUCTURE
Factors that limited the thoroughness of this cursory examination of the structure:  typical (wall and some other
structures were mostly hidden, could not be fully assessed);  carpet covered the slab—could not examine slab
for cracks

Good Features of this Structure
1C.04                       Anchors (frame structure to foundation) were found

      Rot- and insect-resistant walls

      No significant structural concerns were found

Concerns: Structure
1C.56                       Access not found to attic/ foundation crawl space

1C.50                       Instability/ settling indicators & phenomena:

1C.18                       Structure /foundation moisture indicators and phenomena:

1A.20 Structure comparative rating:  apparently good  apparently operational

1A.20                       Probable need for major repairs within 10 years: low

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*Part 1 (B): EXTERIOR, INCLUDING DOORS & WINDOWS
Factors that limited the thoroughness of this cursory examination of the exterior:  typical (siding not removed for
inspection, etc.);  deck—access to underside is limited (improved access recommended);  not fully examined—
the exterior is part of the condo common property

Good Features of the Exterior
      No significant concerns were found

Concerns: Exterior
2C.03                       Guardrail: Sphere of 4" diameter could pass through infill. This is a safety concern.

7C.02                       Door not locking Sliding glass door in Living room area missing latch devise. PHOTO.

1D      Grading/ drainage:

2A.20 Exterior comparative rating:  apparently good  apparently operational



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*Part 1 (C): ROOF AND RELATED ITEMS
Factors that limited the thoroughness of this cursory examination of the roof:  not fully examined—roof is part of
the condo common property  roof not walked— Access restricted.

Good Features of Roof
      Apparently no abnormal condensation /leaks

Concerns: Roof and Related
3C.12                       Water concern/ evidence, as indicated by stains from previous leaks? No moisture was
present during inspection.

3A.20 Roof (not roof structure) comparative rating:  apparently good, apparently operational  not rated (condo
unit--access restricted)



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*Part 1 (D): PLUMBING
Factors that limited the thoroughness of this cursory plumbing examination:  typical (pipes hidden in walls,
under soil, etc.);

Good Features of the Plumbing System
      Apparently no abnormal leaks.

4A.10                       Functional drainage: good

4A.09                       Functional flow: good

6A.06                       Water heater: High efficiency unit found

      No significant concerns were found with the plumbing

Concerns: Plumbing
4C.42                       Drip tray under washing machine: recommended

8C.06                       Fixture deteriorated /steel rusted/ "stone" cracked Faucet in Master bath and shower head
flange. PHOTO

4C.03                       Leak? painted repair indicates past water leak . Under Kitchen Sink area and in master
bathroom. No moisture was present during exam. PHOTO.

4C.04                       Toilet: Moisture near base, according to moisture meter in both bathroom. Evaluation by a
specialist is recommended .PHOTO

4C.42                       Drip tray under washing machine: recommended

4A.20 Plumbing comparative rating:  apparently good  apparently operational



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*Part 1 (E) ELECTRICAL
Factors that limited the thoroughness of this cursory electrical examination:  typical (hidden wires in walls, etc.);

Good Features of the Electrical System
5W     120-volt branch circuits: copper

5A.12                       AFCIs found

5A.12                       GFCI protection found for some 120-volt receptacles

5A.20                       Smoke detector found however did not respond to test button. Recommendation: Repair or
replace

      Disconnect box condition: good

5C.67                       Disconnect box access and light: good

Concerns: Electrical
5C.59                       Receptacle dead in kitchen to the left of stove on west wall. PHOTO

5A.40 Electrical comparative rating:  apparently fairly good  apparently operational with the exception of dead
rec. in kitchen

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*Part 1 (F): Heating, ventilation, and Cooling (HVAC)
Factors that limited the thoroughness of this cursory HVAC examination:  typical (equipment not disassembled,
etc.);

Good Features of HVAC Systems
6C.04                       A.C. 15-to-20 degrees F register-return differential (good)

6C.04                       A.C. 13-to-16 degrees F register-return differential (considered good when humidity is
high)

6H      A.C. condensate collection system has trap

9E       Air-to-air heat exchange ventilator found (not fully inspected)

6A.21                       Apparently adequate clearances to combustibles

      Central A.C. source apparently provided for each habitable room

6W     Fireplace apparently vented adequately

      Heat. source apparently provided for each habitable room

6A.09                       Heating system: Apparently vented/ventilated properly

Concerns: Heating and Air Conditioning
6C.01                       Heat pump coils dirty, damaged. Evaluation by a specialist is recommended .PHOTO

9E       Insulation on A.C. piping deteriorating in utility closet left of front door. PHOTO.

6A.40                       Central A.C., comparative rating:  fairly good   (system probably about 20 years old; may
need major repair or replacement soon)

6A.40                       Heat, comparative rating:   (system probably about 20 years old; may need major repair or
replacement soon)  unknown 6H over 65F outside, heat pump not tested

6E       Carbon monoxide detector recommended



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*Part 1 (G): INTERIOR, INCLUDING DOORS AND WINDOWS
Factors that limited the thoroughness of this cursory examination of the interior:  typical;  safety glass that was
identified by the factory with paper stickers often cannot be distinguished from ordinary glass in all sliding glass
doors.

Good Features of the Interior
      Sampled windows: No lower sashes were stuck.

7C.18                       Wood floors at main entrance foyer.

      Water penetration (other than any perhaps noted below): none seen

Concerns: Interior
1C.56                       Access not found to attic/ foundation crawl space

7P       Wallpaper loose (if puckered, also see 1C.28)  In hall bath 13 “ down from ceiling to right of sink area.
PHOTO

7C.01                       Cracks in ceiling/ wall  In Master Bedroom and at each sliding glass door near latch.
PHOTOS

7C.01                       Cracks, typical of plaster

7C.02                       Door not latching . Sliding glass door in Living room area missing lock latch.
Recommendation: Repair or replace. PHOTO

7C.02                       Door not locking, see above comment

8C.04                       Ceramic tiles on cracked in master bath. PHOTO

7C.16                       Floor tiles, not ceramic: loose at front door. Parquet wood floor panel is loose to the right
side of door at floor. PHOTO

7C.18                       Wood floor buckled. Parquet wood at main entrance

2C.03                       Guardrail: ladder-like pattern (a danger to children). This is a safety concern . Evaluation
by a specialist is recommended . PHOTO

7C.11                       Guardrail: Sphere of 4" diameter could pass through infill. This is a safety concern .
Evaluation by a specialist is recommended. PHOTO

7C.01                       Cracks in ceiling/ wall in master bedroom west wall at ceiling and over TV area east wall at
ceiling (MINOR)

7C.01                       Cracks, typical of plaster

7A.20                       Interior comparative rating:  apparently good  apparently operational



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*Part 1 (H): KITCHEN, BATH, UTILITY, INSULATION, VENTILATION
Factors that limited the thoroughness of this cursory examination:  typical (appliances not disassembled, not
thoroughly tested, floors not opened under showers, etc.);

Good Features: Kitchen, Bath, Utility, Insulation, Ventilation, etc.
8A.00                       Ceramic tile in batrooms and kitchen

      Very clean

9H      Vent, mechanical, found in bathrooms

9H      Vent, mechanical, found in kitchen

1C.03                       Crawl space (under-floor) ventilation strategy appears to be appropriate;

1C.03                       No condensation/ excess humidity evidence seen (see 9D & 9H);

9D      Predominant basement vapor retarder:

9D      Predominant crawl space vapor retarder:  no significant concerns were found

Concerns: Kitchen, Bath, Utility, Insulation, Ventilation, etc.
4C.42                       Washing machine drip tray recommended

8C.02                       Cabinetry attention recommended: Chip in pull out drawer in kitchen on far right side
looking west. PHOTO.

                            Ceiling damage/ deterioration/ stains indicate leak above? Master Bedroom. PHOTOS

8C.06                       Counter: delaminating materials in kitchen behind faucet and under kitchen sink.No
moisture was present during exam. PHOTO

8C.06                       Counter: Gaps found that could breed bacteria see above comment.

8C.06                       Counter laminate (plastic) attention recommended:. Repair is recommended

8C.06                       Counter swollen /swelling see above comments.

8C.06                       Fixture deteriorated in master bath. Also shower head flange is rusty. PHOTO

8C.06                       Sink attention recommended: Chips in finish. (minor) PHOTO

8C.04                       Ceramic shower tiles cracked in master bath. PHOTO

8C.04                       Grout has mold/mildew in both bathrooms

8C.19                       Towel rack not firmly mounted /attached (loose) in master bath room. PHOTO

8C.06                       Counter swollen /swelling in kitchen behind faucet area. PHOTO.

9E.20 Insulation comparative rating:  good  compared to other houses of similar age and construction

9D.20 Ventilation comparative rating:  apparently appropriate  apparently operational

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*Ratings ("Good, Fair, Poor, Apparently Operational") for this cursory (screening) survey: These ratings
compare the general condition to others of similar type and age. Ratings depend mainly on visual clues and are
based on apparent functioning as observed on the day of the inspection. Prudent budget for problems NOT
found by this survey: $400. For maximum risk reduction, all flaws, concerns, and problems listed on this report
or verbally communicated should be corrected by specialists who should presume EACH to be a telltale
indicator of unreported problems. Specialists should assess scope and extent of each. For maximum risk
reduction, specialists also should re-examine incompletely inspected systems (all those noted above as having
significant cursory examination limitations



╘=========╛ END OF PART 1 ╘=========╛





*Part 2: Secondary (but important) Observations


COMPONENTS AND SYSTEMS LISTED BELOW WERE EXAMINED AND RATED "APPARENTLY
OPERATIONAL" EXCEPT AS NOTED IN PART 1 AND HEREIN. "APPARENTLY OPERATIONAL" MEANS THESE
ITEMS ARE SHOWING WEAR AND TEAR THAT IS TYPICAL OF OTHER HOUSES OF SIMILAR AGE AND
CONSTRUCTION.

*Part 2 (A): STRUCTURE
1G.00                       HOUSE AGE 19 (APPROXIMATE YEARS):  AS INDICATED BY DATE ON TOILET TANK
LID; 06/ 1986

1A.00, 1A.01, 1G.00 PREDOMINANT FOUNDATION TYPE:  POST-TENSIONED

1G.15                       PREDOMINANT FOUNDATION ANCHORS (ALSO SEE 1C.04):

1A.03                       PREDOMINANT FOUNDATION MATERIALS:  FORMED CONCRETE;

1G.01                       PREDOMINANT WALL STRUCTURE TYPE:  FORMED CONCRETE;

1G.02                       PARTY WALL:  UNKNOWN, INCOMPLETE EXAMINATION (RESTRICTED ACCESS);

1G.03                       PREDOMINANT FLOOR STRUCTURE:  CONCRETE;  STEEL TRUSSES;

1G.04                       PREDOMINANT CEILING STRUCTURE:  CONCRETE;

1G.04                       PREDOMINANT ROOF STRUCTURE:  CONCRETE; ?  UNKNOWN--RESTRICTED
ACCESS (CONDO UNIT).

ALSO:

LEVELS OR STORIES (FLOORS):  1 of a 16 floor high rise.

1S       SITE:  1S.15 BODY OF WATER WITHIN A MILE OR SO; Ocean Front

1S.05 HIGH WATER TABLE? SEASONAL? PRONE TO HURRICANE ACTIVITY. 1S.16 SIDEWALKS FOUND;

1A.01                       CRAWL SPACE STRUCTURE ASSESSED:  FLOOR STIFFNESS ASSESSED BY JUMP.

A THOROUGH WOOD-INSECT INSPECTION IS RECOMMENDED.

*Part 2 (B): EXTERIOR
2A.00, 2A.02 PREDOMINANT WALL CLADDING MATERIALS:  CONCRETE;  NOT INSPECTED/ CONDO
COMMON PROPERTY.

ALSO:  EAVES; SOFFITS; FASCIAS (OBSERVED FROM GROUND LEVEL); FLASHING; TRIM; ENTRY DOORS;
A REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLE OF WINDOWS; VEGETATION, GRADING, DRAINAGE;  AREAWAY ENTRANCE;  
BALCONY;  COLUMNS;  DECK;  DRIVEWAY (ENTRYWAY OR ADJACENT TO HOUSE);  
GUARDRAILS/HANDRAILS;  RAILINGS;  WALKWAY (ENTRYWAY OR ADJACENT);

*Part 2 (C): ROOF AND RELATED
3A.00                       WEATHER WHEN INSPECTED:  CLEAR, ABOUT  92 (DEGREES F):

PREDOMINANT TYPE & MATERIALS:  NOT INSPECTED (CONDO COMMON PROPERTY).

ALSO:

3A.20                       ROOF NOT WALKED--

ROOF ASSESSED BY OBSERVING THE FOLLOWING:   NOT ASSESSED (RESTRICTED ACCESS);

*Part 2 (D): PLUMBING
4A.00, 4A.01 WATER SERVICE PIPING:  COPPER;

4A.02                       PREDOMINANT INTERIOR WATER SUPPLY AND DISTRIBUTION PIPING:  COPPER;

4A.03                       PREDOMINANT INTERIOR DRAIN, WASTE & VENT PIPING:  PLASTIC, PVC;

4A.05                       MAIN WATER CUT-OFF VALVE (NOT TESTED) LOCATED:  IN UNKNOWN AREA
(RESTRICTED ACCESS).

4A.06                       PROBABLE WATER SUPPLY:  PUBLIC.

4A.07                       PROBABLE SEWAGE SYSTEM:  PUBLIC.

4A.08                       ANY "S" TRAPS?  NONE SEEN.

4A.12                       WATER HEATER (INCL. OPERATING & SAFETY CONTROLS):  ELECTRIC,  ABOUT 40-
GAL. 38 gal exactly.

ALSO:  SUPPORTS; FIXTURES; FAUCETS;

*Part 2 (E): ELECTRICAL
5A.00 SERVICE:  200-AMP,

5A.01                       120/240-VOLT;

5W     SERVICE CONDUCTORS/CABLES:  IN RACEWAY, FROM common condo utility cluster.

5A.02                       MAIN DISCONNECT LOCATION:  UNKNOWN (REMOTE LOCATION FOR CONDO).  
COMPOSED OF

(5A.00                     DISTRIBUTION PANEL, INCL. COMPONENTS INSIDE THE BOX:  SPLIT-BUS BREAKER
PANEL BOX FOUND.

DISTRIBUTION BOX LOCATION:  NEAR MASTER BED ROOM BEDROOM ON WEST WALL IN FRONT OF
MASTER BATH. PHOTO.

DISTRIBUTION CONDUCTOR MATERIAL:  5W ALUMINUM MAJOR APPLIANCE CIRCUITS;

5A.23                       NUMBER OF 120-VOLT CIRCUITS:  10 OR MORE.

5A.05                       GROUND WIRE CONNECTED TO:  UNKNOWN (RESTRICTED ACCESS, COULD NOT BE
VERIFIED).

ALSO   (REPRESENTATIVE SAMPLES OF LIGHTING FIXTURES, RECEPTACLES/SWITCHES WERE
TESTED):  5A.08 GROUNDING-TYPE (3-HOLE) RECEPTACLES;  5A.13 KITCHEN CIRCUITS ADEQUATE FOR
SIMULTANEOUS OPERATION OF LARGE APPLIANCES (DISHWASHER, MICROWAVE, ETC.) 5A.12 GFCI
PROTECTION;  5A.20 SMOKE DETECTOR. In hallway

RECOMMENDED:  5A.20 MORE SMOKE DETECTORS.

*Part 2 (F): HEAT, VENTILATION, & AIR CONDITIONING (HVAC)
6A.00                       HEAT (UNIFORMITY/HEAT OUTPUT ADEQUACY NOT ASSESSED):  6H ELECTRIC HEAT
PUMP:  AIR-TO-AIR;  INCL. /DUCTS /REGISTERS /BLOWER /FILTER

ALSO RELATED TO HEATING:  OPERATING & SAFETY CONTROLS;  VENTS;  6A.08 SPACE HEATER;

6H      CENTRAL AIR CONDITIONER (COOLING ADEQUACY AND UNIFORMITY NOT ASSESSED):  AIR-TO-AIR.

ALSO RELATED TO COOLING:  9E AIR-TO-AIR HEAT EXCHANGER;  6A.18 EVAPORATIVE COOLER WITH
ONE-SPEED MOTOR;  PIPES; FILTERS; DUCTS; REGISTERS;  CONTROLS;

*Part 2 (G): INTERIOR
7A.00                       DOORS-- ALL ASSESSED; OK FIRE SEPARATION UNKNOWN (RESTRICTED ACCESS);  
BALCONY;  GUARDRAILS;  RAILINGS;  STEPS/STAIRS;

7A.03                       FLOOR SURFACE MATERIALS INCLUDE:  CARPET (NOT FULLY INSPECTED; SEE 9H
AND 7C.16);  CERAMIC TILE (SEE 8C.04);  CONCRETE; on balcony

7A.03                       PREDOMINANT WALL/CEILING MATERIALS:  PLASTERBOARD, PROBABLY GYPSUM;
Interior Walls and ceiling. PLASTER;  WALLPAPER;

7A.02                       PRIMARY WINDOWS: NONE

9H      RECOMMENDATION: GET ENVIRONMENTAL TESTING THAT MEETS ASTM STANDARDS

*Part 2 (H): KITCHEN, BATH, UTILITY, VENTILATION, INSULATION  PERMANENTLY INSTALLED COUNTERS
AND CABINETS;
9E.01 INSULATION OF UNFINISHED AREAS:  UNKNOWN WHETHER FOUNDATION IS INSULATED
(RESTRICTED ACCESS);  ANY INSULATION ABOVE CEILING? (RESTRICTED ACCESS).

9D      VENTING/VAPOR incl. KIT/BATH/LAUNDRY/ANY CRAWL SPACES (9H);  EXHAUST FAN:  IN KITCHEN;  
IN ALL FULL BATHS;

8A.00                       COUNTERS AND A REPRESENTATIVE NUMBER OF CABINETS WERE INSPECTED;

8A.01                       APPLIANCES WERE NOT FULLY INSPECTED, AND TIMERS/ THERMOSTATS/
ACCESSORIES, ETC. WERE UNTESTED.  9E AIR-TO-AIR HEAT EXCHANGER;  COMPACTOR;  COOKTOP;  
COUNTER, PLASTIC LAMINATE FOUND IN KITCHEN;  COUNTER, SYNTHETIC STONE, FOUND IN
BATHROOM;  CLOCK (ON OVEN);  DISHWASHER;  DISPOSAL;  DRYER— ELECTRIC;  KITCHEN EXHAUST
FAN (RECIRCULATING, NOT VENTED TO OUTDOORS);  MICROWAVE (NOT TESTED FOR RADIATION
LEAKAGE);  RANGE—  ELECTRIC;  REFRIGERATOR;  WASHING MACHINE;



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Give this report and relevant book articles to repair persons. A modified report perhaps may be mailed within 2
working days.

Typical maintenance costs: 1% of selling cost, each year.

This report is valid when the inspector has signed below and at the end of Part 1.

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