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Hello George

This is an extensive file and is also held locally on our Raid Server for your attention . 

In the reports digital version you are also able to expand every image and play videos at this link version https://www.spectora.com/v/reports/f0a1f6a9-7ef1-443a-8570-fc6fae82f6f6

The first report breakdown is contained in the text below and todays final punch is added pictorially at the very bottom of this page. To down load inspection reports as a PDF CLICK HERE 

I have had the home detailed top to bottom this week and will be sending images over . I am also about to add the furniture and complete other tasks.Castle rock have this list and we are now on the home run 

Kind regards

David

 


Roof: General - Debris on roof

 

(Various Locations )

Noted for Home Owner.
Debris such as leaves, needles, seeds, etc. has been found to be accumulating on the roof surface. This may make it difficult for water to properly flow off of the roof. Leaks can occur as a result. This can create conditions for wood-destroying organisms. Recommend removing all debris from the roof and monitoring in the future.

Recommendation:

 

Contact a qualified professional.

2.7.1

 

Roof: Tile - Damaged Tile

 

(Dock rear)

One or more roof tiles were damaged. The tiles protect the underlayment which keeps the roof water proof. We recommend replacement of any damaged roof tiles by a qualified professional.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

2.7.2

 

Roof: Tile - Slipped or Detached Tile

 

(Front)

One or more roofing tiles appear to not be properly attached as they have slipped or moved. We recommend that any tiles that appear detached or have moved be further evaluated and repaired by a qualified professional.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

2.7.3

 

Roof: Tile - Loose ridge tiles

 

(Front)

One or more ridge tiles are loose and need to be repaired. Theses are the tiles at the ridge line of the roof. They can become loose due to shrinkage of the mortar over a period of time or were not properly installed from the original installation. Loose tiles may be blown off the roof in a high wind event. It is recommended to have a certified roofing contractor make the necessary repairs.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.2.1

 

Exterior: Driveway, Walkway, Patio - Cracked pavers-driveway

One or more of the driveway pavers are chipped or cracked. Any paver with a deficiency should be replaced by a certified contractor to help prevent future deterioration.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.2.2

 

Exterior: Driveway, Walkway, Patio - Loose Pavers

Concrete or brick pavers in the driveway or walkways were loose. This can cause movement in several areas leaving gaps where the pavers meet.  This can also be a trip hazard. All loose pavers should be evaluated and reset as necessary.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.4.1

 

Exterior: Exterior issues - Paint Substandard/Stained

 

(Rear )

The exterior paint was either substandard, missing  or stained in one or more areas. We recommend further evaluation and repair by a qualified professional.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.4.2

 

Exterior: Exterior issues - Loose hose bibb

 

(Front )

One or more hose bibs weren't anchored securely to the structure's exterior. Water supply pipes can be stressed when hose bibs are turned on and off and when hoses are pulled. Leaks may occur as a result. Recommend that a qualified person install fasteners per standard building practices.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.4.3

 

Exterior: Exterior issues - Plumbing Leak

Upon normal operation controls of the irrigation system, visible leaks were detected. This appeared to be from 2 line connections at the front and top of the pump. We recommend further evaluation and repair by a qualified professional.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.4.4

 

Exterior: Exterior issues - Inconsistant Building Practices

 

(Various Locations)

Inconsistent building practices were noted in multiple locations. Some appear to be cosmetic, however, others appear to be more significant. The inspector attempts to locate as many as are visible however there will always be concealed areas. We recommend consulting the builder as to the nature of these practices and repairing where necessary.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.4.5

 

Exterior: Exterior issues - Metal Fence Damage

 

(Rear)

Damage was noted at one or more areas of the aluminum post fencing. Recommend further evaluation and replacement by a qualified professional.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.5.1

 

Exterior: Stucco Walls - Hairline Stucco Cracking

 

(Front )

One or more minor hairline cracks were found in the stucco or wall areas. The age of these cracks is unknown. At the time of inspection nothing out of the ordinary of normalized cracking was noticed. Recommend caulking and painting these areas, along with monitoring for future movement/widening. Stucco cracks over framing can allow moisture penetration behind wall areas and can potentially damage sheathing/framing. Note that areas concealed behind walls are not able to be evaluated without invasive testing and cannot be evaluated.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.5.2

 

Exterior: Stucco Walls - Repair Stucco

 

(Rear of solar building)

The stucco finish is failing in one or more areas. Cracks, deterioration and/or damage were found in one or more areas of the exterior stucco finish. In damp climates, moisture can enter cracks or damaged areas and further deteriorate the stucco. Also the wall behind the stucco can become damaged from moisture. Note that areas behind the stucco are inaccessible and excluded from this inspection. Recommend that a qualified contractor repair or replace stucco as necessary.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.5.3

 

Exterior: Stucco Walls - Stucco Unbonded

 

(Right side of solar building)

Using a sounding technique, it appeared that areas of the stucco covering were unbonded. Air gaps are behind the finish as it is not attached to the wall securely. These areas will all be prone to cracking and possible stucco failure. Recommend evaluation for repairs to the stucco in these areas as needed. 

 

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.5.4

 

Exterior: Stucco Walls - Caulk

 

(Various Locations )

All like building features listed (Post bases, Decorative features etc) should all be checked. The inspector attempts to document all issues on like features however there comes a point where all of them need to be looked over for possible like repairs.
Caulk was missing and/or substandard in some areas. For example, around windows, at siding-trim junctions and/or at wall penetrations. Recommend that a qualified person renew or install caulk as necessary. Where gaps are wider than 1/4 inch, an appropriate material other than caulk should be used.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.5.5

 

Exterior: Stucco Walls - Paint incomplete, Substandard

 

(Various locations)

Some areas of the exterior paint or stain finish were incomplete and/or substandard (e.g. primed only, too few coats). Recommend that a qualified contractor prep (e.g. clean, scrape, sand, prime, caulk) and repaint or restain the exterior where necessary and per standard building practices. Any repairs needed to the siding or trim should be made prior to this.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.6.1

 

Exterior: Electrical - No/Substandard caulk light

 

(Left side )

One or more wall-mounted exterior light fixtures had no or substandard caulk installed above the back plate. Water can enter the space behind the back plate during wind blown rain events and contact wiring or leak into interior areas.  This is a potential shock hazard. Recommend that a qualified person apply caulk above and around the back plate per standard building practices. A gap should be left at the bottom of the plate so that condensation can drain out.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.6.2

 

Exterior: Electrical - Light loose/substandard

One or more light fixtures are loose or installed in a substandard way. A qualified contractor or electrician should evaluate and make repairs as necessary so light fixtures are securely mounted and installed in accordance with the manufacturer's installation instructions.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.7.1

 

Exterior: Windows and Door - Window Water Channels

 

(Check All)

Water window channels were painted over or have paint inside them in one or more areas. These channels are designed to remove water from around the window framing and should be clear from any obstruction.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.7.2

 

Exterior: Windows and Door - Lockset Alignment

 

(Solar building )

One or more window or door locksets were not properly aligned. This can make locking the windows difficult. Recommend further evaluation and repair by a qualified professional.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.7.3

 

Exterior: Windows and Door - Automatic Screen Panel Jammed

 

(Rear)

Multiple screen enclosures did not close completely at the time of the inspection. Recommend evaluation and repair so that all screen panels close properly.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.8.1

 

Exterior: Soffit and Fascia - Fascia Rot

 

(Front)

Fungal rot and moisture rot was observed at one or more

 

sections of fascia. It is unknown how badly the roof sheathing was effected. The damage to the fascia can cause conducive conditions for wood destroying organisms and potential microbial growth. Forms of drainage should be installed to limit the amount of runoff that meets the fascia board. Further evaluation and estimates for repair should be made by a licensed and qualified professional. All rotten wood should be replaced to prevent further damage. 

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.8.2

 

Exterior: Soffit and Fascia - Gaps at soffit

 

(Left side/rear)

There are gaps at one or more soffit areas.  This can allow insects and possibly vermin to enter the attic area. Any gaps at soffits should be properly sealed.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.8.3

 

Exterior: Soffit and Fascia - Caulking

 

(Front)

Caulking was needed at soffit/fascia joints or penetrations. Caulk will prevent moisture, insect or vermin from entering the attic area or moisture to damage fascia.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.10.1

 

Exterior: Vegetation and Grading - Reverse Perimeter

 

(Solar building )

The exterior grading is sloped towards the foundation. Water can lay up against the foundation and puddle allowing possible sheathing rot, undermined foundation, microbial growth, insects and vermin. Present water intrusion and beginnings of damage to the wood door threshold was noted. Consider installing additional drainage to move water away from the building.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.13.1

 

Exterior: Deck - Deck Board Damage

Damage was noted at one or more areas of decking at the time of the inspection. Recommend evaluation and repair by a qualified professional.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.14.1

 

Exterior: Stairs/Handrails/Guardrails - Guardrail Loose

 

(Upstairs)

Guardrails at one or more locations with drop-offs higher than 30 inches were loose / wobbly / damaged / deteriorated / missing components, and pose a fall hazard. Recommend that a qualified person repair guardrails as necessary.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.16.1

 

Exterior: Irrigation/Sprinker 2 (Solar Building) - Heads

 

(Zone 1,3,9)

One or more sprinkler heads appear to have a possible leak/damage. Recommend evaluation and monitoring/possible repair of this area.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

3.16.2

 

Exterior: Irrigation/Sprinker 2 (Solar Building) - Zone not working

 

(Zone 5 and 7)

One or more zones for the irrigation system did not activate or could not be located by the inspector. This is possible tied to the irrigation pump leak that was found. It is recommended to be evaluated and repaired if necessary by a qualified professional.

 

Zone 5

Zone 7

Recommendation:

 

Contact a qualified professional.

4.2.1

 

Electric Service: Electric Panel A - Loose Connection

A loose connection was noted within the main breaker panel. This can allow wire to heat up and possibly melt the insulation on the conductor. Recommend further evaluation by a qualified electrical contractor.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

4.7.1

 

Electric Service: Electric Panel D 2 - Inadequate Size Service wire/ 1/0

 

(Solar building)

1/0 main service feed wires for the distribution panels were observed and are considered to be undersized. 1/0 wires are generally used upto 125 amps. It is our recommendation to have the wires upgraded to an adequate size. 

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

4.8.1

 

Electric Service: Electric Panel D Solar Room - Incorrect Panel Screws

Incorrect panel cover screws were used to attach the dead front cover to the main panel. The screw should be flat and it screws with no points or sharp edges. Recommend replacement with the proper panel screws.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

4.11.1

 

Electric Service: Sub-Panel A - Open Slots, Breakers

One or more slots where circuit breakers are normally installed were open in panel. Energized equipment was exposed and is a shock hazard. Recommend that a qualified person install closure covers where missing.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

4.11.2

 

Electric Service: Sub-Panel A - Bushing missing/loose

One or more bushings were missing or loose from where wires enter holes in panel. This is a potential safety hazard because the wiring insulation can be cut or abraded on the metal edge of the hole(s). Recommend that a qualified electrician install or repair bushings where necessary.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

4.14.1

 

Electric Service: Sub-Panel D 4 - Bushing missing/loose

One or more bushings were missing or loose from where wires enter holes in panel. This is a potential safety hazard because the wiring insulation can be cut or abraded on the metal edge of the hole(s). Recommend that a qualified electrician install or repair bushings where necessary.

Recommendation:

 

Contact a qualified electrical contractor.

4.14.2

 

Electric Service: Sub-Panel D 4 - Undersized Wire

2/0 aluminum main service feed wires for the distribution panels were observed and are considered to be undersized. 2/0 wires are generally used upto 150 amps. It is our recommendation to have the wires upgraded to an adequate size. 

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

4.16.1

 

Electric Service: Branch Wiring - Undersized Wire

One or more branch circuit wires in panel appeared to be undersized for their circuit breaker or fuse. This is a potential fire hazard. Recommend that a qualified electrician repair as necessary.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

5.1.1

 

HVAC : General - Not Cool Enough

 

(Unit 3)

Supply air from the air conditioning system was not cool enough. It should be 14 to 20 degrees Fahrenheit cooler than at the return duct(s), or current room temperature. This may be caused by refrigerant loss, dirty coils, a failing compressor, an oversized fan, or a deficient return air system. A qualified heating and cooling contractor should evaluate and repair as necessary.

 

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

5.1.2

 

HVAC : General - No Response To Heat Setting

The HVAC system did not respond to heat setting at the time of the inspection. Recommend further evaluation by a qualified professional. 

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

5.7.1

 

HVAC : Air Handler 1 - Replace/Clean Air Filter

For home owner.
The air filter was dirty and in need of cleaning or replacement at the time of the inspection. A dirty filter can restrict the amount of air flow that flows through the air handler. This can increase energy costs and decrease efficiency in the unit. This can also lead to buildup of particulates inside of the air handler, dirtying the coil and potentially clogging the coils, which will lead to premature failure of the unit. The coils should be cleaned and the filter should be replaced so the unit operates smoothly and as intended. Further evaluation and estimates for repair should be made by a licensed and qualified HVAC technician.

Recommendation:

 

Contact a handyman or DIY project

5.8.1

 

HVAC : Air Handler 3 - Replace/Clean Air Filter

For home owner.
The air filter was dirty and in need of cleaning or replacement at the time of the inspection. A dirty filter can restrict the amount of air flow that flows through the air handler. This can increase energy costs and decrease efficiency in the unit. This can also lead to buildup of particulates inside of the air handler, dirtying the coil and potentially clogging the coils, which will lead to premature failure of the unit. The coils should be cleaned and the filter should be replaced so the unit operates smoothly and as intended. Further evaluation and estimates for repair should be made by a licensed and qualified HVAC technician.

Recommendation:

 

Contact a handyman or DIY project

5.8.2

 

HVAC : Air Handler 3 - Dirty coil

For home owner.
The cooling fins on the air handler's evaporator coils are dirty or contain foreign debris. This may result in reduced efficiency and higher energy costs. Some sources claim that energy efficiency is degraded by about five percent each year as the coils get dirtier due to accumulated dust and grime. A qualified heating and cooling contractor should clean the evaporator coils as necessary.

 

Recommendation:

 

Contact a qualified professional.

6.1.1

 

Garage: Floors, walls, Ceiling - Caulking

 

(Various Locations )

Caulking was needed in one or more garage areas. Recommend sealing these areas to prevent moisture and insects from entering.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

6.2.1

 

Garage: Interior-Exterior doors-Windows - Window Hardware

 

(Front )

One or more windows in the garage had missing or damaged hardware. At one window the handle is removed, and at the other the latch is removed. Recommend properly installing all window hardware.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

6.4.1

 

Garage: Vehicle door - Loose Chain/belt

The drive chain for the vehicular door trolley is loose and could hang up or catch on the drive rail or jump the drive sprocket. It is recommended to have a certified garage door company adjust the drive chain.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

7.2.1

 

Attic: Attic Hatch - No Insulation over

Over multiple attic access hatches over multiple buildings were missing insulation. This is a thermal break in the insulation in the attic and will allow cool conditioned air to flow into the attic. This is energy inefficient and will need additional insulation. Further addition by a licensed and qualified professional may be needed.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

8.2.1

 

Water Heater: Water Heater 2 (Garage) - Water Discharge Leaking

 

(Garage)

What appeared to be a water discharge line was leaking or discharging at the time of the inspection. We recommend further evaluation and repair by a qualified professional.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

9.3.1

 

Plumbing: Drain and Waste - Crushed Waste Line

 

(Front - The believed damaged area was designated with photo and chalk paint.)

Upon scoping the waste line, a crushed area was observed. The waste line is damaged in this area and will need to be repaired by replacement. Excavation will be necessary. 

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

10.1.1

 

Kitchen: Cabinets - Caulking

One or more areas of kitchen cabinets were in need of caulking. Recommend evaluation and repair by a qualified professional  

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

10.3.1

 

Kitchen: Electrical - Cabinet strip lighting loose

The strip LED lighting at the bottom of the kitchen cabinets was loose or substandard in one or more areas. Recommend further evaluation by builder.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

10.4.1

 

Kitchen: Flooring - Vinyl Deteriorated

 

(Front entry )

The wood flooring is damaged and/or deteriorated in one or more areas. This appears due to moisture intrusion. A qualified contractor should replace or repair the damaged flooring.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

11.3.1

 

Appliances: Garbage Disposal - Inoperable

The under-sink food disposal is inoperable. Recommend consulting property owner on use. A qualified plumber or contractor should evaluate and repair or replace the food disposal if necessary.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

11.4.1

 

Appliances: Hood/Vent - Missing Bulbs

 

(Rear exterior kitchen)

One or more light bulbs are missing in the range hood light fixture. The inspector was unable to determine if the light fixture is fully operable.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

11.8.1

 

Appliances: Outdoor Fridge - Handle Rust

 

(Rear kitchen)

Rust was noted on the handle of the outdoor refrigerator and other appliances at the time of the inspection. This appears extremely pre mature.  Recommend further evaluation and cleaning or possible replacement.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.1.1

 

Interiors: Electrical - Loose receptacle

 

(ping pong room)

One or more interior receptacles were loose. A licensed and qualified electrician should tighten or replace all loose receptacles.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.1.2

 

Interiors: Electrical - Wiring unfinished

 

(Garage entry/ second floor hallway)

One or more areas had wiring that appeared to be unfinished and still need to be connected to a light/ speaker/ switch etc. 

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.1.3

 

Interiors: Electrical - Outlet not Flush

 

(2nd floor hallway)

One or more outlets were not flush to the wall. This is cosmetic but may wish to be repaired by the client.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.2.1

 

Interiors: Floors, Walls, Ceilings - Walls-minor crack

 

(various locations)

Minor cracks were found in walls in one or more areas. They do not appear to be a structural concern, but the client(s) may wish to repair these for aesthetic reasons.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.2.2

 

Interiors: Floors, Walls, Ceilings - Ceiling-minor cracks

 

(air handler closet)

Minor cracks were found in ceilings in one or more areas. They do not appear to be a structural concern, but the client(s) may wish to repair these for aesthetic reasons.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.2.3

 

Interiors: Floors, Walls, Ceilings - Interior Caulk Deteriorated

 

(guest bathroom)

Some areas had substandard caulk. This can allow water to penetrate behind the caulking and cause further deterioration and damage to the area. The caulking should be repaired at windows and sills, doors, and where two building materials meet.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.2.4

 

Interiors: Floors, Walls, Ceilings - Wall damage

 

(Upstairs bathroom )

There is damage to the wall in one or more areas. Recommend a qualified professional repair as needed.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.2.5

 

Interiors: Floors, Walls, Ceilings - Ceiling-Dry Stains

 

(Various Locations )

Stains were found in one or more ceiling areas. No elevated levels of moisture were found. The stain(s) may be due to past roof and/or plumbing leaks. Recommend asking the property owner(s) about this, and monitoring the stained area(s) in the future, especially after heavy or prolonged rain. If elevated moisture is found in the future, a qualified contractor should evaluate and repair as necessary.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.2.6

 

Interiors: Floors, Walls, Ceilings - Interior Paint Substandard

 

(Various Locations )

One or more areas of interior paint were deteriorated or substandard. Recommend repair by a qualified professional. 

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.2.7

 

Interiors: Floors, Walls, Ceilings - Possible Microbial Growth

 

(Upstairs bathrooms)

Possible microbial growth was noted in one or more areas of interior walls or ceilings. Recommend a professional remediation contractor repair as needed. If a Mold Assessment is needed, Grant Inspection Services are licensed Mold Assessors. Lic. MRSA-3355.

Recommendation:

 

Contact a qualified mold inspection professional.

12.2.8

 

Interiors: Floors, Walls, Ceilings - Substandard Repair noted

 

(Various Locations )

One or more prior repairs appeared substandard.  noted. It is recommended that you consult the builder to the nature of these repairs. We recommend further evaluation and proper repair by a qualified professional.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.2.9

 

Interiors: Floors, Walls, Ceilings - Crown Molding Seams

 

(Various Locations )

One or more pieces of crown molding seams were uneven or in need of caulking. Recommend further evaluation and repair by a qualified professional.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.2.10

 

Interiors: Floors, Walls, Ceilings - Floor Uneven

 

(2nd floor walk)

One or more areas of the interior floor was uneven at the time of the inspection. Recommend further evaluation and repair by qualified professional. 

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.2.11

 

Interiors: Floors, Walls, Ceilings - Wall Angled / Out of Square

 

(Kitchen )

One or more areas of the wall were not straight, leveler out of square. Although this is cosmetic, it does show inconsistent building practices and should be repaired as needed. 

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.5.1

 

Interiors: Windows and Door - Lockset inoperable/difficult

 

(Check all doors)

One or more deadbolt or locking mechanisms are inoperable or difficult to operate. A qualified contractor should evaluate and repair as necessary.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.5.2

 

Interiors: Windows and Door - Lockset-Missing

 

(Front)

One or more doors have no lockset installed. Locksets should be installed where missing.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.5.3

 

Interiors: Windows and Door - Handle Issues

 

(Rear balcony)

One or more door handles/knobs were damaged, loose or inoperable at the time of the inspection. Recommend evaluation and replacement or repair.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.5.4

 

Interiors: Windows and Door - Door - Needs Adjustment

 

(Rear to pool)

One or more interior doors were in need of adjustment at the time of the inspection. The locksets or closures would not align properly. We recommend further evaluation and repair by a qualified professional. 

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

12.5.5

 

Interiors: Windows and Door - Gap at Threshold

 

(All doors )

One or more areas between doors and threshold had a gap at the time of the inspection. This should be steal to prevent moisture from entering beneath the flooring. Recommend further evaluation and repair by qualified professional.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

13.1.1

 

Bathrooms: Bathub - Caulking/Grout at surround

Caulk is missing or deteriorated above or around one or more bathtubs, where the tub surround meets the tub or where the tub meets the wall. It should be replaced where deteriorated and/or applied where missing to prevent water intrusion and damage to the wall structure.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

13.1.2

 

Bathrooms: Bathub - Caulk at floor

Caulk is missing or deteriorated along the base of one or more bathtubs, where flooring meets the tub. It should be replaced where deteriorated and/or applied where missing to prevent water intrusion and damage to the floor structure.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

13.1.3

 

Bathrooms: Bathub - Jetted tub Inoperable

 

(Various Locations )

The jetted tub was inoperable at the time of the inspection. The tub should be evaluated and repaired as needed by a qualified professional.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

13.1.4

 

Bathrooms: Bathub - Stopper issue

 

(Various Locations )

The bath tub stopper mechanisms are missing, or need adjustment or repair. Stopper mechanisms should be installed where missing and/or repairs should be made so sink stoppers open and close easily.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

13.3.1

 

Bathrooms: Electrical - Light Fixture Inoperable

One or more light fixtures appear to be inoperable. Recommend further evaluation by

 

replacing bulb(s)

 

and/or consulting with the property owner(s). Repairs or replacement of the light fixture(s) by a qualified electrician may be necessary.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

13.5.1

 

Bathrooms: Flooring - Baseboard Caulk

One or more bathroom baseboards behind the toilet needed to be sealed. This can allow moisture to get in and behind the baseboard. Recommend repair/replacement. 

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

13.6.1

 

Bathrooms: Shower - Caulking at surround

Caulk is missing or deteriorated around the shower surround. It should be replaced where deteriorated and/or applied where missing to prevent water intrusion and damage to the wall structure or floor.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

15.1.1

 

Pool: Pool Equipment - Leak

There is a leak at the pool equipment. This will cause water loss. The equipment should be evaluated and any leaks repaired to help prevent unwanted water loss.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

15.1.2

 

Pool: Pool Equipment - Water control I.D.

The water control valves are not identified as to their function. It is recommended to have a certified pool company properly label the valves as to what function they control. (i.e. Skimmer, Bottom Drain, Water Features)

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

15.1.3

 

Pool: Pool Equipment - Pool Equipment not Secured

 

(All)

Pool equipment such as the pumps, heaters or filters were not secured to the pad. It is recommended to secure these items as needed as they are intended to be.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

15.1.4

 

Pool: Pool Equipment - Did not Respond

One more pieces of pool equipment or controls were not operational at time of inspection. Recommend further evaluation by qualified professional.

Recommendation:

 

Contact a qualified professional.

15.3.1

 

Pool: Heater - Would not Respond to Controls

The heater did not respond to controls. There was a warning given that may be stopping operation. The electronic Jandy valve did not move. We recommend further evaluation and repair by a qualified professional.

Recommendation:

 

Contact your builder.

 

BELOW IS THE FINAL LIST TO PUNCH  OUT.  


Dock first step
Dock first step

pool equipment rust on all and Generator
pool equipment rust on all and Generator

paint
paint

water stains rust from flooding
water stains rust from flooding

threshold leaks solar building
threshold leaks solar building

wood rot
wood rot

doors wont open fully
doors wont open fully

caulk paint
caulk paint

please check operation
please check operation

path needs to be re done
path needs to be re done

sunken from sewer
sunken from sewer

broken pavers front
broken pavers front

wire buried in front
wire buried in front

need grading and bush to hide per HOA
need grading and bush to hide per HOA

step need stain seal under threshold and paint
step need stain seal under threshold and paint

broken outlet front door
broken outlet front door

Pella windows have stain or discolor various
Pella windows have stain or discolor various

front travetine needs replacing
front travetine needs replacing

paint pavers front door
paint pavers front door

palms too close to home touch house block cameras
palms too close to home touch house block cameras

electrical box mains incoming
electrical box mains incoming

paint electrical and ac unit s
paint electrical and ac unit s

all STONEWORK COLUMNS NEEDS A TIDY UP AND PAINT
all STONEWORK COLUMNS NEEDS A TIDY UP AND PAINT

paint
paint

paint
paint

granite gap not painted
granite gap not painted

paint
paint

paint
paint

paint
paint

speaker grill
speaker grill

travetine overhang too big
travetine overhang too big

paint left rear fascia
paint left rear fascia

left rear motor window glass
left rear motor window glass

pipes need paint
pipes need paint

games room sink plumbing
games room sink plumbing

games room paint and repairs
games room paint and repairs

base and trim games room
base and trim games room

paint games room
paint games room

ac return blocked
ac return blocked

cinema door to be hung
cinema door to be hung

paint games room floor various places
paint games room floor various places

games room bath nail pops
games room bath nail pops

all baths stoppers out check operation motors
all baths stoppers out check operation motors

bath ceilings vents and fans not fitted
bath ceilings vents and fans not fitted

vents fans various baths
vents fans various baths

all external doors need stain and trim removal
all external doors need stain and trim removal

all require paint
all require paint

all features need paint and caulk some missing
all features need paint and caulk some missing

floors various areas damaged
floors various areas damaged

vents fans
vents fans

ditto
ditto

trim bath west side damaged
trim bath west side damaged

all baths
all baths

various lights not operational
various lights not operational

paint throughout
paint throughout

all doors hickory falls short needs attention to caulk or add infill
all doors hickory falls short needs attention to caulk or add infill

weal custom path and check
weal custom path and check

wael
wael

front door
front door

stairs
stairs

front door trim
front door trim

paint front door
paint front door

front door
front door

NEW DOOR warping. needs lock set too
NEW DOOR warping. needs lock set too

window sill office
window sill office

all doors need stain
all doors need stain

fireplace top paint and caulk
fireplace top paint and caulk

Kirkland Finals
fireplace caulk
fireplace caulk

lock broken
lock broken

wine cellar threshold needs stain
wine cellar threshold needs stain

wine cellar ceiling needs paint
wine cellar ceiling needs paint

various ceilings nail pops especially family room
various ceilings nail pops especially family room

painters using sinks inside laundry room clean up
painters using sinks inside laundry room clean up

trim cabinet lower laundry
trim cabinet lower laundry

tile left and right window sink kitchen
tile left and right window sink kitchen

sauna lights not working
sauna lights not working

lights sauna
lights sauna

floors main living various places
floors main living various places

floor marked
floor marked

overspray granite by stairs
overspray granite by stairs

vent family room
vent family room

master bath needs caulk paint fitting correctly
master bath needs caulk paint fitting correctly

safe change lock code one supplied not working
safe change lock code one supplied not working

master bed closet ??? liable ?
master bed closet ??? liable ?

upper lanai fill gaps all over floor joining home
upper lanai fill gaps all over floor joining home

re fit RO water games room
re fit RO water games room

tidy grout and thin set
tidy grout and thin set

various scrapes
various scrapes

program remote
program remote



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