Concerns are shown and sorted according to these types:
|Safety||Poses a safety hazard|
|Repair/Replace||Recommend repairing or replacing|
|Repair/Maintain||Recommend repair and/or maintenance|
|Maintain||Recommend ongoing maintenance|
|Monitor||Recommend monitoring in the future|
|Comment||For your information|
Exterior and Foundation
4) Repair/Replace, Monitor - The masonry (brick) veneer had short, narrow cracks in a few locations around house that appeared to be from normal house-settling. Recommend sealing cracks and monitoring for future movement.
5) Repair/Replace - Minor deterioration was observed at one or more exterior doors and/or trim. Recommend that a qualified person repair as necessary.
11) Safety, Repair/Replace - One or more branch circuit wires in panel A appeared to be undersized for their circuit breakers. This is a potential safety/fire hazard. Recommend consulting with a qualified electrician.
19) Safety, Repair/Replace
- The range could tip forward. An anti-tip bracket may not be installed. This is a potential safety hazard since the range can tip forward when weight is applied to the open door, such as when a small child climbs on it or if heavy objects are dropped on it. Anti-tip brackets have been sold with all free-standing ranges since 1985. Recommend installing an anti-tip bracket to eliminate this safety hazard. For more information, visit: http://www.reporthost.com/?ATB