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Report Identification ANY St., Your City, TX 77XXX ___________________________

Page 8 of 9

I=Inspected I NI NP

R

NI=Not Inspected

NP--Not Present R=Not Functioning or In Need of Repair Inspection Item

    • VI.

      OPTIONAL SYSTEMS

  • A. Lawn Sprinklers Comments:

B. Swimming Pools and Equipment Comments:

C. Outbuildings

Comments: Building in back not inspected per client. Visual observation suggests considering removal for health and safety reasons.

D. Outdoor Cooking Equipment

Energy Source: Comments:

gas

electric

  • E. Gas Lines

Comments: Accessible gas lines visually inspected. Gas line to furnace in attic with flex connector longer than 3 feet – safety hazard. Flex line to water heater longer than three feet, extended through wall and lacking

valve on water heater side of wall – safety hazard. Uncapped gas lines unconnected to appliances, some with the valve on – safety

hazard. DO NOT TURN ON GAS until these faults are corrected. Iron pipe gas line to furnace not adequately supported or protected – safety hazard.

F. Water Wells (A coliform analysis is recommended.)

Type of Pump: Surface Type of Storage Equipment:

  • Submerged

  • Pressure tank

  • Bladder tank

  • Other

Comments:

  • Wellhead less than 18 inches above grade.

  • G. Septic Systems Comments

  • H. Security Systems Comments:

I. Fire Protection Equipment

Comments:

Smoke alarms not present in each bedroom and adjacent hallway.

ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: Safety related items should have highest action priority.

Foundation drainage should be corrected and moisture level under structure stabilized before trying to level any other part of structure.

Suggest turning off power until electrical system can be repaired to eliminate all obvious safety hazards.

Water should remain off until all obviously faulty fixtures and connections can be repaired to avoid accidental flooding from leaks and/or broken fittings.

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