Our evaluation of the kitchen and laundry areas are as follows:

== INSPECTED ==

  • Counter tops and a representative number of cabinets.
  • Representative number of outlets.
  • GFI outlets (if applicable).
    • We may recommend upgrades for personal safety.
  • Lighting fixtures.
  • Water faucets and traps.
  • Water stains on ceilings and walls.
  • Major physical or structural damage to floors, ceilings or walls.
  • Installed appliances – dishwashers, disposals, cooking appliances, microwaves, and other built-in appliances.
    • Are they functioning using normal operating controls.
    • Are they performing their primary function.
    • Are they securely mounted.
    • Any major deficiencies.
  • Laundry area.
    • Washer connections.
    • Dryer connections.
    • Gas connections (if applicable).
    • Electrical outlets.
    • GFI outlets (if applicable).
    • Counter tops and cabinets (if applicable).
    • Representative number of doors and drawers (if applicable).

== NOT INSPECTED ==

  • Appliances are not tested on every setting or function.
  • Laundry equipment.
    • If the property is vacant, we will run the appliances to determine function.
  • Remaining life expectancy of appliances. Note that many built-in appliances appliances have a short, 10 year life expectancy.
  • Refrigerators.
    • Depending upon your contract they may not stay with the property.
    • We do establish function of major components such as ice maker and in-door dispensers.
  • Cosmetic/normal wear and tear on floors and walls.
  • Wall paper.
  • Window treatments.

== NOTE ==

As a courtesy to you, the new home owner, we may make comments in the report to guide you in helping you maintain your new home. Consult with your real estate advisor for additional guidance.

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