245 Haldey Ave Oakwood Ohio

fitzdogMay 28, 2010

This will give you an idea of what the house is really like, before you go see it, or sign a contract.

Property Address:

245 Hadley Avenue

Dayton OH 45419

Inspection Date: 4/24/2010

Table of Contents

Cover Page

 Table of Contents

 Intro Page

 1 ROOFING

 2 EXTERIOR ELEMENTS

 3 SITE ELEMENTS

 4 GARAGE

 5 ATTIC

 6(A) BATHROOM, 2nd floor

 6(B) BATHROOM, basement

 7 KITCHEN

 8 INTERIOR ELEMENTS

 9 FOUNDATION / SUBSTRUCTURE

 10 FOUNDATION AREA WATER PENETRATION

 11 ELECTRIC SYSTEM

 12 COOLING SYSTEM

 13 HEATING SYSTEM

 14 PLUMBING SYSTEM

 15 WATER HEATER

 Attachments

 Invoice

INSPECTION DETAILS

DESCRIPTION:

Single Family House TYPE OF INSPECTION:

Standard Home Inspection AGE:

80 Years

Reported Year : 1930

STATUS:

Vacant WEATHER:

Overcast; Rain TEMPERATURE:

55-60 F.

PEOPLE PRESENT:

No One AUTHORIZED DISTRIBUTION:

Client(s), Client's Agent DIRECTION STRUCTURE FACES (APPROX.):

South

ANCILLARY SERVICES:

Radon Testing RADON TESTING:

See ATTACHEMENTS section

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1. ROOFING

ROOF STYLE:

Moderate Slope

"Dutch Colonial" Style MATERIAL:

3-tab (asphalt/fiberglass) shingle (standard weight) ESTIMATED AGE:

Over 15 years

DESIGN LIFE:

16 to 20 years LOCATION:

House INSPECTION METHOD:

Ladder at Eaves

Walked on Lower Area(s)

EXTERIOR OF CHIMNEY/VENT:

Brick

Water Heater

Location : center SPECIAL LIMITATIONS:

Height/Design

S F P NA NI

1.0 ROOFING

Due to cracked shingles, nail protrusions; Obtain estimate on roof replacement/roofer opinion.

3-4 areas where shingles have been replaced.

1.1 EXPOSED FLASHING

Appear to be recent repairs.

1.2 EXTERIOR OF CHIMNEY/VENT

Mortar gaps, loose bricks (note that this is only in use for the water heater and there appears to be a metal flue).

1.3 VENTILATION COVERS

1.4 PLUMBING STACKS

1.5 RAIN GUTTERS

Leaves/debris.

1.6 DOWNSPOUTS / ROOF DRAINS

1.7 DOWNSPOUTS

Splashblock/extension not in place at NE corner.

1.8 FASCIA / SOFFITS

S F P NA NI

S=Satisfactory, F=Fair, P=Poor, NA=Not Applicable, NI=Not Inspected

Review REPORT TERMINOLOGY on Introduction Page. Consult with your Inspector for clarification on ratings or findings if there are any questions.

1.0 ROOFING Picture 1

1.0 ROOFING Picture 2

1.0 ROOFING Picture 3

1.0 ROOFING Picture 4

1.0 ROOFING Picture 5

1.1 EXPOSED FLASHING Picture 1

1.2 EXTERIOR OF CHIMNEY/VENT Picture 1

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2. EXTERIOR ELEMENTS

SIDING:

Vinyl PORCH:

Covered

Concrete Slab

Concrete Foundation

Location : front (south) DECK:

Wood Frame

Partially Covered

Location : rear

DECK #2:

Wood/Platform On Grade

Location : rear SPECIAL LIMITATIONS:

Under Deck: Inaccessible

S F P NA NI

2.0 SIDING

Minor cosmetic/mAINTENANCE.

2.1 TRIM

2.2 WINDOWS

Exception: some torn screens.

2.3 ENTRY DOOR(S)

2.4 STEPS

Uneven rise.

2.5 PORCH

2.6 DECK

2.7 DECK #2

2.8 RAILINGS

2.9 ELECTRIC / GFCI

(1) Front: cracked (2-prong) receptacle.

(2) Below deck and at NW corner of deck: wiring not in conduit.

(3) NW corner of deck: cover missing at receptacle.

S F P NA NI

S=Satisfactory, F=Fair, P=Poor, NA=Not Applicable, NI=Not Inspected

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2.9 (2) ELECTRIC / GFCI Picture 1

3. SITE ELEMENTS

WALKWAY:

Wood/Platform CITY SIDEWALK:

Concrete DRIVEWAY:

Predominate: asphalt

Concrete (partial)

SPECIAL LIMITATIONS:

Common Elements

Under Deck: Inaccessible

S F P NA NI

3.0 WALKWAYS

3.1 WALKWAY - CITY SIDEWALK

3.2 STEPS

3.3 DRIVEWAY

(1) Settlement; settlement cracks at concrete area (near garage).

(2) Patched asphalt near city sidewalk.

3.4 WINDOW WELLS

High mulch levels (some with depressions at windows).

3.5 GROUND SLOPE AT FOUNDATION

Generally level; some depressions.

3.6 SITE GRADING

Generally level.

S F P NA NI

S=Satisfactory, F=Fair, P=Poor, NA=Not Applicable, NI=Not Inspected

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3.4 WINDOW WELLS Picture 1

4. GARAGE

DESCRIPTION:

Detached, Wood Frame, 2-car

Wood Rafters

OSB Sheathing

Concrete Foundation

Concrete (Floating) Slab ROOF DESCRIPTION:

Moderate Slope ROOF MATERIAL:

3-tab asphalt/fiberglass shingle (sandard weight)

ROOF ESTIMATED AGE:

1 to 5 years ROOF DESIGN LIFE:

16 to 20 years ROOF INSPECTION METHOD:

Walked On

SIDING:

Vinyl INSULATION:

Suspect at Walls ATTIC INSPECTION METHOD:

Visible (open framing)

SPECIAL LIMITATIONS:

Panels/paneling

Insulation

S F P NA NI

4.0 ROOFING

4.1 GUTTERS/DOWNSPOUTS

Exception: splashblock(s)/extension(s) not present.

4.2 TRIM

4.3 SERVICE DOOR

4.4 WINDOW(S)

Sided-over.

4.5 VEHICLE DOOR(S)

4.6 DOOR OPERATOR(S)

Disconnected; power cord cut. Advanced age unit.

4.7 EXPOSED FRAMING

Paneling present.

4.8 EXPOSED FRAMING - MISC.

Rafters and rafter ties.

4.9 WALLS

Delamination; loose panels (cosmetic/maintenance).

4.10 FOUNDATION

Settlement/cracks (does not appear to have adverse conditions). Limitation at rear (stored items/debris).

4.11 FLOOR SLAB

Typical tight settlement cracks.

4.12 ELECTRIC / GFCI

4.13 LIGHTING/FIXTURES

Exterior: not possible to check due to photo-cell control.

S F P NA NI

S=Satisfactory, F=Fair, P=Poor, NA=Not Applicable, NI=Not Inspected

Review REPORT TERMINOLOGY on Introduction Page. Consult with your Inspector for clarification on ratings or findings if there are any questions.

4.7 EXPOSED FRAMING Picture 1

4.7 EXPOSED FRAMING Picture 2

4.10 FOUNDATION Picture 1

5. ATTIC

DESCRIPTION:

Exposed Framing

Pull-Down Stairs INSPECTION METHOD:

Entered FRAMING:

Wood Frame

Rafters

SHEATHING:

Wood Composite (OSB) VENTILATION PROVISIONS:

Location: Gable Ends

Location: Rooftop INSULATION - PREDOMINATE:

Blankett/Batt

Fiberglass

4 to 6 Average Inches

SPECIAL LIMITATIONS:

Floored areas

Insulation

S F P NA NI

5.0 ROOF FRAMING

5.1 ROOF DECK / SHEATHING

OSB over spaced-boards.

5.2 VENTILATION PROVISIONS

5.3 ATTIC VENTILATOR(S)

Attic air temperature too low to activate thermostat.

5.4 INSULATION

Near current day's standards.

5.5 PULL-DOWN STAIR

Bent/misaligned metal braces (impedes closing).

5.6 WIRING

(1) Exposed splice at gable-end ventilator.

(2) Exposed splice at whole-house fan.

5.7 WHOLE HOUSE FAN

Motor turns, but belt slips (not enough air movement to open louvers).

S F P NA NI

S=Satisfactory, F=Fair, P=Poor, NA=Not Applicable, NI=Not Inspected

Review REPORT TERMINOLOGY on Introduction Page. Consult with your Inspector for clarification on ratings or findings if there are any questions.

5.6 (1) WIRING Picture 1

5.6 (2) WIRING Picture 2

6(A). BATHROOM, 2nd floor

DESCRIPTION:

Full Bath VENTILATOR(S):

Combo Fan/Light

S F P NA NI

6.0.A SINK (left side)

6.1.A SINK (right side)

Drain mechanism needs adjustment to fully close.

6.2.A TOILET

6.3.A TUB/SHOWER COMBO

6.4.A SURROUNDS / ENCLOSURES

Molded unit.

6.5.A WALLS / CEILING / FLOORING

6.6.A VENTILATION

Vents to attic (dated method).

6.7.A ELECTRIC / GFCI

6.8.A DRAINAGE

Very slow at bathtub.

S F P NA NI

S=Satisfactory, F=Fair, P=Poor, NA=Not Applicable, NI=Not Inspected

6(B). BATHROOM, basement

DESCRIPTION:

3/4 Bath VENTILATOR(S):

Exhaust Fan

S F P NA NI

6.0.B SINK(S)

6.1.B TOILET

6.2.B STALL SHOWER

Hot/cold reversed.

6.3.B SURROUNDS / ENCLOSURES

Molded unit. Exception: glass door needs adjustment to latch closed.

6.4.B CEILING

6.5.B WALLS

(1) Gaps/openings.

(2) Stains behind toilet, near door.

6.6.B FLOOR(ING)

6.7.B VENTILATION

6.8.B ELECTRIC / GFCI

3-prong not grounded/not GFCI.

S F P NA NI

S=Satisfactory, F=Fair, P=Poor, NA=Not Applicable, NI=Not Inspected

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6.5.B (1) WALLS Picture 1

6.5.B (2) WALLS Picture 2

6.5.B (2) WALLS Picture 3

NOTE: Anticipate the possibility of leakage or other concerns developing with normal Top Table of Contents Bottom

7. KITCHEN

FREESTANDING RANGE/OVEN:

Electric

Estimated Age: 1 to 5 years DISHWASHER:

Estimated Age: 6 to 10 years DISPOSAL:

Estimated Age: 6 to 10 years

VENTILATOR:

Incorporated into microwave oven REFRIGERATOR:

Not Present MICROWAVE:

Estimated Age: 1-5 years

S F P NA NI

7.0 PLUMBING / SINK

7.1 WALLS / CEILING

7.2 FLOOR(ING)

7.3 ELECTRIC / GFCI

East wall.

7.4 ELECTRIC / GFCI

No receptacles at west countertop areas.

7.5 COOKING UNIT

Anti-tip bracket not installed. Recommend installing an anti-tip bracket at the range unit as required by the manufacturers installation instructions to limit the risk of tip over when the oven door is open. Warning tag is present on the inside of the oven door.

7.6 DISHWASHER

Age.

7.7 DISPOSAL

Age, corrosion at housing.

7.8 DISPOSAL WIRING

Exposed wiring at underside of disposal - recommend repair by electrician.

7.9 VENTILATOR

Recirculating.

7.10 CABINETRY

7.11 COUNTERTOP

S F P NA NI

S=Satisfactory, F=Fair, P=Poor, NA=Not Applicable, NI=Not Inspected

Review REPORT TERMINOLOGY on Introduction Page. Consult with your Inspector for clarification on ratings or findings if there are any questions.

7.8 DISPOSAL WIRING Picture 1

Report ID# Y0424-1 / Rieser

8. INTERIOR ELEMENTS

CEILINGS:

Wood Frame WALLS:

Wood Frame FLOORS:

Wood Frame

WINDOWS - PREDOMINATE:

Double Hung

Sliders

Insulated glass

w/Screens WINDOWS:

Casement

Single Glaze

w/Storm Windows

Location : stairway DETECTOR(S):

Not Inspected

Battery

DETECTOR LOCATION(S):

1st Floor

2nd Floor

Basement

Each Bedroom FIREPLACE:

None Observed

S F P NA NI

8.0 CEILINGS

8.1 WALLS

8.2 FLOORS (FRAMED)

8.3 STAIRS

8.4 RAILINGS

8.5 WINDOWS

Exception below.

8.6 WINDOWS - MISC.

Rear window at living-room: damaged catches for the tilt-in mechanism (does not stay in track).

8.7 ROOM DOORS

Some need adjustment/sanding to open/close smoothly.

8.8 AUXILIARY SYSTEMS/COMPONENTS

Auxiliary items such as security/safety systems (or the need for same), home entertainment or communication systems, structured wiring systems, doorbells, telephone lines, central vacuums, and similar components are not included in a standard home inspection.

S F P NA NI

S=Satisfactory, F=Fair, P=Poor, NA=Not Applicable, NI=Not Inspected

9. FOUNDATION / SUBSTRUCTURE

CONSTRUCTION TYPE:

Basement BASEMENT AREA(S):

Full House

Finished Area(s) CRAWLSPACE AREA(S):

None Observed

FOUNDATION WALLS/PIERS:

Concrete FLOOR STRUCTURE:

Wood Frame

Joist

Wood Post

Metal Screw Jack

Wood Beam(s) INSULATION:

Not Determined at Finished Areas

SPECIAL LIMITATIONS:

Finish Materials

Suspended/Drop Ceiling

Insulation

Carpeting/Floor Coverings

Coatings

S F P NA NI

9.0 FOUNDATION WALLS

Finished walls.

9.1 FRAMING

Finished/suspended ceilings.

9.2 FRAMING - MISC.

Termite damage at visible area at framing at stairway. Recommend further evaluation and check of hidden areas.

9.3 PIERS / COLUMNS

Where visible.

9.4 MAIN BEAM(S)

Finished areas.

9.5 BASEMENT FLOOR (SLAB)

Carpeted.

9.6 STAIRS

9.7 RAILING(S)

Rail/guard not present at one side (over 3 steps - open to basement).

S F P NA NI

S=Satisfactory, F=Fair, P=Poor, NA=Not Applicable, NI=Not Inspected

Review REPORT TERMINOLOGY on Introduction Page. Consult with your Inspector for clarification on ratings or findings if there are any questions.

9.0 FOUNDATION WALLS Picture 1

9.0 FOUNDATION WALLS Picture 2

9.0 FOUNDATION WALLS Picture 3

9.0 FOUNDATION WALLS Picture 4

9.2 FRAMING - MISC. Picture 1

9.7 RAILING(S) Picture 1

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  1. FOUNDATION AREA WATER PENETRATION

AREAS AT GRADE/SUBGRADE:

Basement SUMP PUMP:

Not Observed SPECIAL LIMITATIONS:

Finish Materials

Suspended/Drop Ceiling

Insulation

Coated/Painted Walls or Surfaces

Carpeting/Floor Coverings

S F P NA NI

10.0 EXTERIOR FEATURES / WATER INTRUSION FACTORS

Level grading adjacent to foundation.

10.1 INTERIOR CONDITIONS / SIGNS OF WATER PENETRATION CONDITIONS

(1) Mold/mildew stains at corners/rear of basement.

(2) Water marks/stains at base of framing where visible at utility area.

(3) Flaking coatings/surfaces where visible.

10.2 INDICATIONS OF PRIOR REMEDIAL WORK

No visible evidence of waterproofing and/or mold/mildew remediation - recommend obtaining information from seller.

S F P NA NI

S=Satisfactory, F=Fair, P=Poor, NA=Not Applicable, NI=Not Inspected

Review REPORT TERMINOLOGY on Introduction Page. Consult with your Inspector for clarification on ratings or findings if there are any questions.

10.1 (1) INTERIOR CONDITIONS / SIGNS OF WATER PENETRATION CONDITIONS Picture 1

10.1 (1) INTERIOR CONDITIONS / SIGNS OF WATER PENETRATION CONDITIONS Picture 2

10.1 (1) INTERIOR CONDITIONS / SIGNS OF WATER PENETRATION CONDITIONS Picture 3

10.1 (1) INTERIOR CONDITIONS / SIGNS OF WATER PENETRATION CONDITIONS Picture 4

10.1 (1) INTERIOR CONDITIONS / SIGNS OF WATER PENETRATION CONDITIONS Picture 5

10.1 (2) INTERIOR CONDITIONS / SIGNS OF WATER PENETRATION CONDITIONS Picture 6

10.1 (2) INTERIOR CONDITIONS / SIGNS OF WATER PENETRATION CONDITIONS Picture 7

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  1. ELECTRIC SYSTEM

ELECTRIC SERVICE:

Service Line: Overhead

Est. Service Capacity: 120/240 Volts; 100 Amps

Type Service Feeder: Aluminum

Est. Feeder Capacity: 100 Amps DISTRIBUTION PANEL:

Type: Circuit Breaker Panel

Est. Capacity: 125 Amps

Main Disconnect: 100 Amps

Location: Basement PANEL CIRCUITS:

120 Volt Circuits: Copper Wire

240 Volt Circuits: Copper & Aluminum

PANEL BRAND:

Square D CIRCUIT-INTERRUPTERS:

GFCI: At Receptacle Outlet(s)

AFCI: None Observed

S F P NA NI

11.0 SERVICE / ENTRANCE LINE

11.1 SERVICE GROUNDING PROVISIONS

11.2 METER/BOX

Crimping tag (seal) not present; contact utility company (anticipate 6-8 week wait to install crimping tag).

11.3 MAIN DISCONNECT(S)

11.4 DISTRIBUTION PANEL

Exception below.

11.5 CIRCUIT / CIRCUIT BREAKER(S)

Circuit #7: 14 gauge conductor on 20 amp breaker (repair needed for safety) - oversized beakers (or undersized wires) are a hazard and must be corrected.

11.6 DEVICES

Most are 2- prong receptacles (dated method).

11.7 DEVICES - MISC.

(1) Receptacles not "live" at NE bedroom (behind door) and at west wall of dining room (shelf area). Recommend repair/further evaluation.

(2) Indeterminate if failed bulb or fixture/wiring defect at 2nd floor hallway light fixture and at two basement light fixtures. Recommend repair/further evaluation.

(3) Exposed wiring at light fixture/rack at SW corner of basement.

11.8 WIRING / CONDUCTORS

Most is 2-wire without grounding conductor (dated method). Some knob and tube in use.

11.9 ELECTRIC DISTRIBUTION

Limited number of circuits/receptacles by today's standards.

11.10 GFCI TEST

11.11 240 VOLT RECEPTACLES

3 prong (dated design).

S F P NA NI

S=Satisfactory, F=Fair, P=Poor, NA=Not Applicable, NI=Not Inspected

Review REPORT TERMINOLOGY on Introduction Page. Consult with your Inspector for clarification on ratings or findings if there are any questions.

11.2 METER/BOX Picture 1

11.7 (3) DEVICES - MISC. Picture 1

11.8 WIRING / CONDUCTORS Picture 1

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  1. COOLING SYSTEM

SYSTEM TYPE:

Electric Central Air Conditioning

Capacity : 2-ton BRAND:

Inter-City SYSTEM LOCATION:

Split System (outdoor and indoor components)

Basement

Exterior at Rear

ESTIMATED AGE:

18 years

Year : 03/1992 DESIGN LIFE:

6 to 10 years GENERAL DISTRIBUTION:

Ducted/Registers

Individual Room Supply

S F P NA NI

12.0 COOLING SYSTEM

Only 8-10 degrees (F.) drop between return and supply. Recommend further evaluation/repair.

Advanced age (1992). Anticipate repair/recharges/replacement. Review comments in SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION regarding replacement air conditioner / heat pump efficiency requirements.

12.1 OUTDOOR UNIT(S)

See above.

Age/corrosion.

12.2 INDOOR BLOWER / FAN

12.3 CONDENSATE PROVISIONS

12.4 THERMOSTAT

12.5 DISTRIBUTION

No second floor return observed (anticipate stratification). Consider leaving fan in ON position (especially during cooling season) and balancing system in between heating and cooling seasons.

S F P NA NI

S=Satisfactory, F=Fair, P=Poor, NA=Not Applicable, NI=Not Inspected

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12.1 OUTDOOR UNIT(S) Picture 1

  1. HEATING SYSTEM

SYSTEM TYPE:

Hot Air

Fuel: Natural Gas

BTU Input : 69,000 (output: 64,000) BRAND:

Goodman SYSTEM LOCATION:

Basement

ESTIMATED AGE:

5 years

Year : 2005 DESIGN LIFE:

16-20 years GENERAL DISTRIBUTION:

Ducted/Registers

Individual Room Supply

Filter Location : to right of furnace

SPECIAL LIMITATIONS:

Limited view of heat exchanger due to design SYSTEM MAKE - SECONDARY:

Indeterminate ESTIMATED AGE - SECONDARY:

16-20 years

DESIGN LIFE - SECONDARY:

18-25 years

S F P NA NI

13.0 HEATING UNIT

Operating as expected.

13.1 GAS / FUEL LINES AT UNIT

13.2 VENT CONNECTOR

Horizontal PVC to exterior.

13.3 BLOWER

13.4 THERMOSTAT(S)

13.5 DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM

13.6 EXPOSED DUCTWORK

Gap/opening visible at right side of supply plenum.

13.7 EXPOSED DUCTWORK - MISC.

Suspect asbestos-containing panels at return ducts and in ductape - recommend further evaluation.

13.8 ELECTRONIC AIR CLEANER

Not "popping/snapping" as expected (recommend service/maintenance).

13.9 HEATING #2

(1) Only one of the three radiant ceiling panels heats up.

(2) Thermostat: loose temperature setting cover.

S F P NA NI

S=Satisfactory, F=Fair, P=Poor, NA=Not Applicable, NI=Not Inspected

Review REPORT TERMINOLOGY on Introduction Page. Consult with your Inspector for clarification on ratings or findings if there are any questions.

13.6 EXPOSED DUCTWORK Picture 1

13.7 EXPOSED DUCTWORK - MISC. Picture 1

13.7 EXPOSED DUCTWORK - MISC. Picture 2

13.7 EXPOSED DUCTWORK - MISC. Picture 3

13.9 (1) HEATING #2 Picture 1

  1. PLUMBING SYSTEM

WATER PIPING:

Copper WATER SHUT-OFF LOCATION:

At Meter

Basement GAS SHUT-OFF LOCATION:

At Meter(s)

At Exterior

DRAIN/WASTE LINES:

Predominate: Cast Iron

Galvanized

Plastic WATER TREATMENT SYSTEM(S):

Filter

Water Softener (Not in Use) SPECIAL LIMITATIONS:

Finished Area(s)

S F P NA NI

14.0 WATER PIPING

14.1 WATER PIPING - MISC.

Piping through east wall of basement: discharges to open-ended pipe at exterior (purpose indeterminate - recommend obtaining information from seller).

14.2 WATER FLOW AT FIXTURES

14.3 DRAIN / WASTE PIPING

Age/corrosion. Dated venting methods.

14.4 FIXTURE DRAINAGE

Vacant home. It is often not possible to properly evaluate certain elements if a house has been vacant for any length of time. For example, a drain leak in a wall or blockage in an underground waste line may not become apparent until hours (or days) after the inspection. Therefore, anticipate the possibility of such latent defects with subsequent use of the house and/or systems. Note: water was run at a bathtub and/or laundry drain for 30-45 minutes.

Exception noted at 2nd floor bathroom.

14.5 EXTERIOR FAUCET(S)

East: not freeze-bib (dated method).

14.6 EXTERIOR FAUCET(S)

West: handle does not turn with reasonable force. Not freeze-bib (dated method).

14.7 LAUNDRY HOOKUP

Hot/cold reversed.

14.8 GAS PIPING

14.9 WATER SOFTENER

Older, mechanical design. Not in use (not plugged in). The function and effectiveness water filtration or treatment equipment is not evaluated. Recommend obtaining information from seller.

14.10 FILTER/SYSTEM(S)

The system appears to be in use with no visible leakage. The function and effectiveness water filtration or treatment equipment is not evaluated. Recommend obtaining information from owner.

14.11 FLOOR DRAIN(S)

Clogged (backed-up after running water for 10-15 minutes).

S F P NA NI

S=Satisfactory, F=Fair, P=Poor, NA=Not Applicable, NI=Not Inspected

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14.1 WATER PIPING - MISC. Picture 1

14.9 WATER SOFTENER Picture 1

  1. WATER HEATER

WATER HEATER TYPE:

Direct-heated Tank

Fuel: Natural Gas WATER HEATER LOCATION:

Basement ESTIMATED CAPACITY:

40 Gallons

BRAND:

Bradford-White ESTIMATED AGE:

4 years

Year : 2006 DESIGN LIFE:

10-12 years

S F P NA NI

15.0 WATER HEATER

15.1 VENT CONNECTOR

15.2 GAS / FUEL LINES AT UNIT

15.3 SAFETY VALVE PROVISIONS

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lazy_gardens

UH ... you seem to have misunderstood the purpose of this forum. It is for discussing HOW TO SELL homes.

    Bookmark   May 28, 2010 at 10:52AM
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sylviatexas1

gardenweb's rules prohibit use of the forums for selling;
if you want to place an ad, you should email gardenweb & find out how to do it.

    Bookmark   May 29, 2010 at 3:05PM
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cearbhaill

At least he was thorough :)

    Bookmark   May 29, 2010 at 5:18PM
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sweeby

Looks to me like a ticked-off former wanna-be-buyer who is posting the unsatisfactory inspection report...

    Bookmark   May 30, 2010 at 10:16PM
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patser

Sounds like a pretty typical inspection report for a home built in 1930.

Seems to me that this wanna be buyer doesn't have a clue about old homes and thinks they are being cute by posting this report.

For a price in the ballpark of 150,000-165,000, I'd think this is a very fine house!

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susanjn

Even spelled the street name wrong in the subject.

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marys1000

I;ve never seen so thorough a report. Are 4 windows sided over normal?
Oakwood is a big "Name" neighborhood immediately off of Dayton proper. Despite the rosy picture the Dayton ABR is posting on its MLS site I think real estate here is struggling pretty good.

    Bookmark   June 19, 2010 at 9:26AM
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