2615 Cove Cay Dr
Clearwater, FL 33760
INTERIOR

LIVING ROOM
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Living Room Floors: The floors in the living room were inspected and appeared to be in New or Like New condition. Recommendation: Monitor and maintain to extend the service life of the floor. The floors in the living room were inspected and appeared to be in Average condition. Recommendation: Monitor and maintain to extend the service life of the floor. The floors in the living room were inspected and were found to have Minor Cracks in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area who can evaluate further and give an estimate to repair the cracked areas of the floor, which may include replacing the floor boards, sub-floor or joists below. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this cracking in the first place to insure that this condition is not ongoing and does not recur after the repairs have been made. The floors in the living room were inspected and were found to have Major Cracks in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to contact a Qualified Contractor in Your Area who can evaluate further and give an estimate to repair the cracked areas of the floor, which may include replacing the floor boards, sub-floor or joists below. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this cracking in the first place to insure that this condition is not ongoing and does not recur after the repairs have been made. The floors in the living room were inspected and were found to have Dry Stains in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to contact a Qualified Contractor in Your Area or a Professional Flooring Comapany in Your Area who can evaluate further and give an estimate to repair the stained areas of the floor, which may include replacing the floor boards, sub-floor or joists below. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this staining in the first place to insure that this condition is not ongoing and does not recur after the repairs have been made. The floors in the living room were inspected and were found to have Wet Stains in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to contact a Qualified Contractor in Your Area or a Professional Flooring Comapany in Your Area who can evaluate further and give an estimate to repair the stained areas of the floor, which may include replacing the floor boards, sub-floor or joists below. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this staining in the first place to insure that this condition is not ongoing and does not recur after the repairs have been made. The floors in the living room were inspected and appeared to be Humped in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to evaluate and repair the humped areas of the floor, which may include replacing the floor boards, sub-floor or joists below. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this humping in the first place to insure that this condition does not recur after the repairs have been made. The floors in the living room were inspected and appeared to be Sloped in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to evaluate and fix the sloping areas of the floor, which may include replacing the floor boards, sub-floor or joists below. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this sloping in the first place to insure that this condition does not recur after the repairs have been made. The floors in the living room were inspected and appeared to be rotted in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to evaluate and replace the rotted areas of the floor, which may include replacing the floor boards, sub-floor or joists below. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this rotting in the first place to insure that this condition does not recur after the repairs have been made. The floors in the living room were inspected and were Squeaky in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to evaluate and repair the squeaky floors, which may include replacing the floor boards, sub-floor or joists below. The floors in the living room were inspected and appeared to be Slumped in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to evaluate and repair the slumped floors, which may include replacing the floor boards, sub-floor or joists below. The floors in the living room were inspected and were Bouncy in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to evaluate and repair the bouncy floors, which may include replacing the floor boards, sub-floor or joists below. The floors in the living room were inspected and are Incomplete in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to evaluate and complete the floors. The floors in the living room was inspected and appeared to have Mold in one or more areas. This could pose a heath risk to occupants who have respiratory issues.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area or mold remediation company to evaluate and treat the affected areas. They may also want to determine what caused/is causing this condition so the mold does not recur after remediation has been performed. This is orange.
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Recommendation: Fix it.Living Room Walls: The walls in the living room were inspected and appeared to be in New or Like New condition. Recommendation: Monitor and maintain to extend the service life of the floor. The walls in the living room were inspected and appeared to be in Average condition. Recommendation: Monitor and maintain to extend the service life of the floor. The walls in the living room were inspected and were found to have Minor Cracks in one or more areas. These minor cracks are not just unsightly, they can adversely affect the building envelope by letting moist air infiltrate wall cavities. This moisture can get trapped in the wall cavities and promote the growth of mold and bacteria which in turn can adversely affect indoor air quality. These cracks can also be used as pathways by insects to enter the home. For more information on this subject you can Click Here.
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Recommendation: Client may want to contact a Qualified Contractor in Your Area or Competent Handyman who can evaluate further and give an estimate to repair the cracked areas of the walls, which may include replacing the wall covering, drywall, plaster and/or the studs behind. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this cracking in the first place to insure that this condition is not ongoing and does not recur after the repairs have been made. The walls in the living room were inspected and were found to have Major Cracks in one or more areas. These large cracks are not just unsightly, they can adversely affect the building envelope by letting moist air infiltrate wall cavities. This moisture can get trapped in the wall cavities and promote the growth of mold and bacteria which in turn can adversely affect indoor air quality. These cracks can also be used as pathways by insects to enter the home. For more information on this subject you can Click Here. These cracks may also be a result or abnormal settlement of the foundation or slab.
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Recommendation: Client may want to contact a Qualified Contractor in Your Area or Competent Handyman who can evaluate further and give an estimate to repair the cracked areas of the walls, which may include replacing the wall covering, drywall, plaster and/or the studs behind. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this cracking in the first place to insure that this condition is not ongoing and does not recur after the repairs have been made. The walls in the living room were inspected and were found to have Dry Stains in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to contact a Qualified Contractor in Your Area or Competent Painter who can evaluate further and give an estimate to repair the stained areas of the walls, which may include replacing the wall covering, drywall, plaster and or the studs behind. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this staining in the first place to insure that this condition is not ongoing and does not recur after the repairs have been made. The walls in the living room were inspected and were found to have Wet Stains in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to contact a Qualified Contractor in Your Area or Competent Painter who can evaluate further and give an estimate to repair the stained areas of the walls, which may include replacing the wall covering, drywall, plaster and/or the studs below. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this staining in the first place to insure that this condition is not ongoing and does not recur after the repairs have been made. The walls in the living room were inspected and appeared to be Buckled in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to evaluate and repair the buckled walls, which may include replacing the drywall, plaster, wallcovering and/or studs within the wall. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this buckling in the first place to insure that this condition does not recur after the repairs have been made. The walls in the living room were inspected and appeared to have Small Holes in one or more areas. These small holes are not just unsightly, they can adversely affect the building envelope by letting moist air infiltrate wall cavities. This moisture can get trapped in the wall cavities and promote the growth of mold and bacteria. This condition can also affect indoor air quality. These holes can also be used as pathways by insects to enter the home. For more information on this subject you can Click Here.
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Recommendation: Client should patch these holes with caulk, joint compound or spackle to insure that moist air does not enter the wall cavity. The walls in the living room were inspected and appeared to have Large Holes in one or more areas. These large holes are not just unsightly, they can adversely affect the building envelope by letting moist air infiltrate wall cavities. This moisture can get trapped in the wall cavities and promote the growth of mold and bacteria which in turn can adversely affect indoor air quality. These holes can also be used as pathways by insects to enter the home. For more information on this subject you can Click Here.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to evaluate and fix these holes, which may include replacing the wall coverings, drywall, plaster and/or studs within the wall. The walls in the living room were inspected and appeared to be Rotted in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to evaluate and replace the rotted areas of the wall, which may include replacing the wall boards and studs. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this rotting in the first place to insure that this condition does not recur after the repairs have been made. The walls in the living room were inspected and are Incomplete in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to evaluate and complete the unfinished walls. The walls in the living room were inspected and appeared to have Mold in one or more areas. This could pose a heath risk to occupants who have respiratory issues.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area or mold remediation company to evaluate and treat the affected areas. They may also want to determine what caused/is causing this condition so the mold does not recur after remediation has been performed. This is yellow.
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Recommendation: Replace it.Living Room Ceiling: The ceiling in the living room was inspected and appeared to be in New or Like New condition. Recommendation: Monitor and maintain to extend the service life of the ceiling. The ceiling in the living room was inspected and appeared to be in Average condition. Recommendation: Monitor and maintain to extend the service life of the ceiling. The ceiling in the living room was inspected and was found to have Minor Cracks in one or more areas. These minor cracks are not just unsightly, they can adversely affect the building envelope by letting moist air infiltrate wall cavities. This moisture can get trapped in the wall cavities and promote the growth of mold and bacteria which in turn can adversely affect indoor air quality. These cracks can also be used as pathways by insects to enter the home. For more information on this subject you can Click Here.
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Recommendation: Client may want to contact a Qualified Contractor in Your Area or Competent Handyman who can evaluate further and give an estimate to repair the cracked areas of the ceiling, which may include replacing the drywall, plaster and/or the rafters abvoe. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this cracking in the first place to insure that this condition is not ongoing and does not recur after the repairs have been made. The ceiling in the living room was inspected and was found to have Major Cracks in one or more areas. These large cracks are not just unsightly, they can adversely affect the building envelope by letting moist air infiltrate wall cavities. This moisture can get trapped in the wall cavities and promote the growth of mold and bacteria which in turn can adversely affect indoor air quality. These cracks can also be used as pathways by insects to enter the home. For more information on this subject you can Click Here.
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Recommendation: Client may want to contact a Qualified Contractor in Your Area or Competent Handyman who can evaluate further and give an estimate to repair the cracked areas of the ceiling, which may include replacing the drywall, plaster and/or the rafters above. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this cracking in the first place to insure that this condition is not ongoing and does not recur after the repairs have been made. The ceiling in the living room was inspected and was found to have Dry Stains in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to contact a Qualified Contractor in Your Area or Competent Painter who can evaluate further and give an estimate to repair the stained areas of the ceiling, which may include replacing the drywall, plaster and/or the rafters above. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this staining in the first place to insure that this condition is not ongoing and does not recur after the repairs have been made. The ceiling in the living room was inspected and was found to have Wet Stains in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to contact a Qualified Contractor in Your Area or Competent Painter who can evaluate further and give an estimate to repair the stained areas of the ceiling, which may include replacing the wall covering, drywall, plaster and/or the studs below. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this staining in the first place to insure that this condition is not ongoing and does not recur after the repairs have been made. The ceiling in the living room was inspected and appeared to be Sagging in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to evaluate and repair the sagging ceiling, which may include replacing the drywall, plaster, and/or rafters. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this sagging in the first place to insure that this condition does not recur after the repairs have been made. The ceiling in the living room was inspected and appeared to have Small Holes in one or more areas. These small holes are not just unsightly, they can adversely affect the building envelope by letting moist air infiltrate wall cavities. This moisture can get trapped in the wall cavities and promote the growth of mold and bacteria. This condition can also affect indoor air quality. These holes can also be used as pathways by insects to enter the home. For more information on this subject you can Click Here.
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Recommendation: Client should patch these holes with caulk, joint compound or spackle to insure that moist air does not enter the wall cavity. The ceiling in the living room was inspected and appeared to have Large Holes in one or more areas. These large holes are not just unsightly, they can adversely affect the building envelope by letting moist air infiltrate wall cavities. This moisture can get trapped in the wall cavities and promote the growth of mold and bacteria which in turn can adversely affect indoor air quality. These holes can also be used as pathways by insects to enter the home. For more information on this subject you can Click Here.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to evaluate and fix these holes, which may include replacing the ceiling coverings, drywall, plaster and/or rafters within the ceiling. The ceiling in the living room was inspected and appeared to be Rotted in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to evaluate and replace the rotted areas of the ceiling, which may include replacing the drywall, plaster and/or the rafters above. The contractor may also want to determine what caused this rotting in the first place to insure that this condition does not recur after the repairs have been made. The ceiling in the living room was inspected and was found to be Incomplete in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to evaluate and complete the unfinished ceiling. The ceiling in the living room was inspected and appeared to have Mold in one or more areas. This could pose a heath risk to occupants who have respiratory issues.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area or mold remediation company to evaluate and treat the affected areas. They may also want to determine what caused/is causing this condition so the mold does not recur after remediation has been performed. This is red.
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Recommendation: It is dangerous.Living Room Entrance Door: The entrance door in the living room was inspected and appeared to be in New or Like New condition. Recommendation: Monitor and maintain to extend service. The entrance door in the living room was inspected and No Defects or concerns were observed. The door appeared to be in Average condition. Recommendation: Monitor and maintain to extend service. The entrance door in the living room is Missing.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to install a door at this location. Rot was observed at the entrance door of the living room.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and repair as necessary. All rotten wood should be replaced or at least removed. Rotten wood could harbor wood destroying oraganisms that could spread or affect indoor air quality. The wood on the entrance door of the living room is De-laminating.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and repair as necessary. The entrance door of the living room may need to be replaced. The Glass on the entrance door of the living room was either Cracked or Broken.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and repair as necessary. The entrance door of the living room was Loose at the Hinges. The hinges or frame may be in need of replacing.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and repair or replace the hinges or frame. The entrance door of the living room is Physically Damaged.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and make any necessary repairs. This may include replacing the door. The Hardware on the entrance door of the living room is either Damaged, Loose or Missing..
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to install new fasteners, hardware, or locks so the door operates properly. The entrance door of the living room was Inoperable. The inspector was either unable to fully open or close the door.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area who can assess and make necessary repairs. The entrance door of the living room appeared to be Misaligned. The door either sticks, rubs on the floor, or will no close properly.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and make any necessary repairs. This may include trimming, re-aligning or replacing the door. This is grey.
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Recommendation: It was restricted.Living Room Closet Door: The closet door in the living room was inspected and appeared to be in New or Like New condition. Recommendation: Monitor and maintain to extend service. The closet door in the living room was inspected and No Defects or concerns were observed. The door appeared to be in Average condition. Recommendation: Monitor and maintain to extend service. The closet door in the living room is Missing.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to install a door at this location. Rot was observed at the closet door of the living room.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and repair as necessary. All rotten wood should be replaced or at least removed. Rotten wood could harbor wood destroying oraganisms that could spread or affect indoor air quality. The wood on the closet door of the living room is De-laminating.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and repair as necessary. The closet door of the living room may need to be replaced. The Glass on the closet door of the living room was either Cracked or Broken.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and repair as necessary. The closet door of the living room was Loose at the Hinges. The hinges or frame may be in need of replacing.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and repair or replace the hinges or frame. The closet door of the living room is Physically Damaged.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and make any necessary repairs. This may include replacing the door. The Hardware on the closet door of the living room is either Damaged, Loose or Missing..
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to install new fasteners, hardware, or locks so the door operates properly. The closet door of the living room was Inoperable. The inspector was either unable to fully open or close the door.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area who can assess and make necessary repairs. The closet door of the living room appeared to be Misaligned. The door either sticks, rubs on the floor, or will no close properly.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and make any necessary repairs. This may include trimming, re-aligning or replacing the door. This is orange.
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Recommendation: Fix this.Living Room Windows: Living Room Windows Type: The window(s) in the living room are of the Double Hung type. The window(s) in the living room are of the Casement type. The window(s) in the living room are of the Slider type. The window(s) in the living room are of the Awning type. The window(s) in the living room are of the Fixed type. The window(s) in the living room are of the Jalousie type. The window(s) in the living room are of the Styrofoam type. Living Room Windows Observations: There are either no windows, unopenable windows, or small windows located in the living room. This is a safety hazard. All rooms should have at least one window that is openable and large enough to allow egress in the case of an emergency or fire. Recommendation: Client may want to consult Qualified Contractor in Your Area to install an openable window in the living room that would allow egress in the case of fire or other emergency. After a representative number of windows were inspected in the living room, they were found to be in New or Like New condition. They appeared to be professionally installed. There are no defects or issues to be concerned about at this time. Recommendation: At this time no repairs are necessary. Maintain and monitor for signs of wear that may become evident with normal use and weathering. After a representative number of windows in the living room were inspected, they were found to be in Average condition. There does not appeared to be any defects or issues to be concerned about at this time. Recommendation: At this time no repairs are necessary. Maintain and monitor for signs of wear that may become evident with normal use and weathering. The Paint is Failing on one or more of the window frames or casings in the living room.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Painter in Your Area to remove all loose paint, then prime and repaint the affected areas. The Frame or Casing of one or more of the windows is Rotted or Deteriorated.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to replace any rotted or deteriorated components. This may include replacing the entire window assembly. Vegetation or vines are growing on, or near one or more of the windows in the living room . This may not only interfere with the operation of the window but it can serve as a conduit for wood destroying insects and may retain moisture against the exterior after it rains. This condition can lead to premature aging of the windows and promote insect infestation. This condition is conducive to wood destroying insects and organisms.
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Recommendation: Vines and vegetation should be trimmed at least 12 inches away from all windows. The Glass is Cracked on one or more of the living room windows.
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Recommendation: Client may want to have a Qualified Contractor in Your Area replace the cracked glass with new. One or more of the windows in the living room has Glass that is Broken. This can lead to water intrusion and subsequent damage.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and make repairs as necessary, such as replacing the glass or the entire window. The Glass is Missing on one or more of the living room windows. This can lead to water intrusion and subsequent damage.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and make repairs as necessary, such as replacing the glass or the entire window. One or more of the windows in the living room were Fogged. This may be a sign that the seal of the insulated glass is broken or comprimised.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and make repairs as necessary, this may include replacing the glass or the entire window. The Glazing that holds the window in place is Failing in one or more areas of the living room. This can lead to water intrusion and subsequent damage.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to remove failing glazing and replace with new. One or more of the windows in the living room were found to be Inoperable. The inspector either could not fully open or close the window.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and make repairs as necessary, this may include replacing the window(s). The frame or casing on one or more of the windows in the living room is Rusted.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and make repairs as necessary, this may include replacing the window(s). One or more of the windows in the living room is Physically Damaged in one or more areas.
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Recommendation: Client may want to consult a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and make repairs as necessary, this may include replacing the window(s). The Caulk is Missing around one or more of the windows in the living room. Caulk is not only used for aesthetics, it also keeps the building envelope sealed an blocks the pathway for insect intrusions.
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Recommendation: Client should apply caulk in this area. The caulk around one or more of the windows in the living room is Deteriorated.
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Recommendation: Replace deteriorated caulk to avoid water, weather and insect intrusion. One or more of the windows in the living room is Painted Shut. This is not just an inconvenience. Windows are also a means of egress in the event of an emergency or fire. The paint shoul be removed so the windows can be easily opened.
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Recommendation: The client may want to consult either a Qualified Contractor in Your Area or a Professional Painter to assess and make repairs as necessary. One or more of the windows in the living room has Loose or Missing Hardware.
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Recommendation: The client may want to consult either a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and make repairs as necessary. One or more of the windows in the living room has a Rotted Sill.
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Recommendation: All rotten wood should be removed. The client may want to consult either a Qualified Contractor in Your Area to assess and make repairs as necessary. All rotten wood should be removed. This is yellow.
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Recommendation: Replace this.
Report prepared by
Stephen Prinkey, CPI - FL LIC# HI8985


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