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Home Inspection Report Sample 2
DATE INSPECTED:
CLIENTS:
SUBJECT PROPERTY:
THOSE PRESENT:
IMPORTANT NOTE: DIRECTIONAL INFORMATION IDENTIFIED IN THIS REPORT SUCH
AS LEFT, RIGHT, FRONT AND REAR ARE AS THE HOME IS VIEWED
FROM THE STREET OF ADDRESS UNLESS NOTED OTHERWISE.
(See the cover photo.)
INSPECTION SCOPE AND PURPOSE:
The scope of this inspection is a visual assessment of the home and some of its components.
Structural components, systems, appurtenances and equipment evaluated were inspected
visually or operated from their normal user controls. Components were not dismantled.
The primary purpose of this inspection is to detect and report abnormal conditions at the
home that are commonly covered by the provisions of most Florida real estate contracts such
as Paragraphs D and N or Section 8. However; conditions that are not usually covered by
contract provision, such as suspect areas, cosmetic conditions and maintenance concerns are
included for informational purposes to be addressed as the client deems necessary.
Although we identify conditions likely covered by the provisions of most real estate contracts
and are often addressed by the seller of the home, provisions of altered contracts may negate
the seller’s responsibility. Your Realtor or attorney should be contacted for further clarification
or information in this regard.
The home inspection is not to serve as an environmental assessment. If evaluation for
asbestos, lead, mold or other contaminants is desired, an air quality test and/or materials
sampling and testing inspection should be conducted by individuals trained in these areas.
Also, the inspection is not intended to identify conditions at the property that may be of
concern to insurance carriers or prevent some insurance companies from issuing coverage
for the home.
This report is for the named client exclusively.
INSPECTION CRITERIA:
The assessment of the home and its components is done in accordance with the Standards
of Practice of The American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). The full version of the ASHI
Standards conveyed with the Standard Agreement for Inspection signed by Barbara.
Otherwise, the full text of the ASHI Standards is available at the ASHI web site
WWW.ASHI.org. Please access this site and read the Standards to assure full understanding
of the methodology and limitations of your home inspection if you have not already done so.
Any component, situation or condition not specifically mentioned in the Synopsis and/or body
of this report has not been evaluated nor inspected and is not to be construed as having been
evaluated, inspected or commented upon. It is recommended that any deficiencies and the
components or systems related to these deficiencies noted in the report be evaluated or
inspected and repaired as needed by licensed contractors or professionals PRIOR TO THE
CLOSE OF ESCROW.
We recommend further evaluation PRIOR to closing so a properly licensed contractor or
professional can evaluate the deficiency or concern further and inspect the remainder of the
system or component for additional concerns that may be outside the area of expertise of
your inspector or the scope of this inspection.
Where helpful for illustrative purposes, photos were taken of some of the conditions noted
at the time of inspection. These are identified in the narrative of the report and conveyed in
the Photo Appendix.
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